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Remains of warships of British Royal Navy,  Royal Netherlands Navy, and US Navy sunk by the Japanese during the Battle of the Java Sea in 1942, have been destroyed and almost vanished as a whole by illegal scrap metal scavengers. The fact is very serious if we...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 29, 2016
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HMS Saracen has been found and photographed on the Mediterranean seabed at a depth of 1,385 feet (422 m) off the coast of Corsica, where she was scuttled by her own crew, by Italian engineer Guido Gay, after a two-year search. HMS Saracen was the...read more

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The ship was found on the seabed between Tuscany and Corsica by engineer Guido Gay, Pier Giorgio Pinna, La...read more

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The remains of the aircraft carrier ex-USS Independence now rest in the northern region of Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Although the wreck site location was known, the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer conducted the first multibeam sonar survey of the Independence site on July 22, 2009....read more

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 Lieutenant) April 01, 2015

Aerial view of beached and sunken aircraft carriers and cruisers of the Imperial Japanese Navy in Sasebo Harbor.

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 Lieutenant) March 30, 2015

Diving the wrecks of USS Houston and HMAS Perth in Indonesia. Poor vizibility and strong currents prevented wide angle shots, but the close images of the wreck give a feel for the carnage the sailors must have gone through.

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 Lieutenant) March 21, 2015

Haruna was a Kongo-class battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. She was bombed and sunk by carrier-based aircraft of the US Navy on July 24th, 1945, at Kure Harbor, Japan. This video shows the wreck of the Haruna in Kure harbor.

Ise was an Ise-class battleship and the leadship of her...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 19, 2015

The Graf Zeppelin was Germanys only aircraft carrier in World War II. It was planned to be the first aircraft carrier of the German fleet. It was launched in 1938 but it was never completed and never saw action. After the war it was sunk by the Russian Navy as a target 45 miles north of the...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 19, 2015

What happens when you mess with the US Navy? Hyuga was an Ise-class battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. In 1943, Hyuga was converted into a hybrid battleship/ aircraft carrier. She was bombed and sunk by carrier-based aircraft of the US Navy on July 24th, 1945, at Kure Harbor, Japan.

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