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Congress awards its highest honor to WWII crew of USS Indianapolis
Congress has awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, its highest honor, to surviving crew members of the USS Indianapolis, the ship that delivered key components of the first nuclear bomb and was later sunk by Japan during World War II.
Navy commissions newest warship
Gov. Eric Holcomb, a Navy veteran, noted the Freedom-class warship was made with Indiana steel.
Sunken aircraft carrier Hornet — best known for Doolittle Raid — located miles below the waves
The members of the research vessel Petrel crew are no strangers to historic underwater archaeological discoveries.
USS Indianapolis survivors recount harrowing battle for survival in new documentary
The film is available for viewing through Feb. 5.
Marine vet finally promoted to sergeant 73 years later
Cpl. Edgar Harrell floated in the shark-infested Pacific Ocean for four-and-a-half days.
By Yihyun Jeong, The (Nashville) Tennessean via AP