MICROSOFT/Seahawks Owner Finds USS Indianapolis

MICROSOFT CO-FOUNDER HELPS FIND LOST WWII WARSHIP

Paul Allen, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, was a big part of a team that helped find a famous lost World War II warship that is 18,000 feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean.

During World War II, the USS Indianapolis was torpedoed twice and sunk by an Imperial Japanese submarine. Amazingly, the American warship sank so fast that the crew was not able to transmit a distress signal – and the ship has been missing for the past 72 years … until now.

Paul Allen’s team of civilian researchers used state-of-the-art subsea equipment to survey and map the area. So after 72 years missing at the bottom of the ocean, this famous warship has been found. 


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