Wreck of WWII Ship USS Juneau Found by Paul Allen's Research Vessel
Nearly 80 years after a wartime tragedy, a lost Navy ship has been found at the bottom of the ocean.
The USS Juneau was part of the fleet that fought Japanese forces in the Pacific.
But during the Battle of Guadalcanal in 1942, a Japanese torpedo struck the Juneau.
The ship sank, sending hundreds of sailors, including five brothers, to watery graves.
No one knew its location until St.
Patrick's Day, when a research vessel funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen located the ship.