WWII USS Johnston shipwreck found

https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/other/us-wwii-vessel-is-deepest-shipwreck-ever-found/vi-AAJE4Vn

4 miles!!

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That was a pretty quick read!

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southcraw -

That was a pretty quick read!

Lol this. Wtf

Sounds like they are still trying to get a 100% certainity its the USS Johnston.  It wasn't that long ago in history. I think it would be documented.

LOL, best written article EVA!!!!

That's a nightmare of mine to be stuck in an air pocket in the bowels of a sunken ship miles underwater 

RIP sailors 

FRAT

jacktripper -

That's a nightmare of mine to be stuck in an air pocket in the bowels of a sunken ship miles underwater 

RIP sailors 

Water pressure affects gases moreso than anything else. Your air pocket will quickly be no more as that space implodes at depth. 

IronHands -
jacktripper -

That's a nightmare of mine to be stuck in an air pocket in the bowels of a sunken ship miles underwater 

RIP sailors 

Water pressure affects gases moreso than anything else. Your air pocket will quickly be no more as that space implodes at depth. 

gotta be a terrifying way to go.

Look at the bright side at least it was a ship and not a sub. Can you imagine spending months underwater and then something going wrong and knowing the last time you saw the sky or anything else for that matter could of been months ago? 

This is a better video. Check out the comments below it.

USS Johnston (DD-557) Discovery - Latest Footage - YouTube

 

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IronHands -
jacktripper -

That's a nightmare of mine to be stuck in an air pocket in the bowels of a sunken ship miles underwater 

RIP sailors 

Water pressure affects gases moreso than anything else. Your air pocket will quickly be no more as that space implodes at depth. 

That's somewhat better... too bad for these guys 

https://m.warhistoryonline.com/featured/pearl-harbor-16-days-to-die.html