Us World War Ii Submarines Found 3,350 Ad Under The Sea

US World War II Submarines Found 3,350 AD Under the Sea

Researchers have found a World War II submarine resting place 3,350 meters below sea level. Named Stickleback, the ship sank on May 28, 1958 off the coast of Barbers Point, Oahu. Credit: @Lost 52 Project

Researchers have found a World War II submarine resting place 3,350 meters below sea level. Named Stickleback, the ship sank on May 28, 1958 off the coast of Barbers Point, Oahu. Credit: @Lost 52 Project

, Jakarta - Researchers have discovered the American WWII submarine resting place 11,000 feet (3,350 meters) below sea level, as reported by the Daily Mail, March 11, 2020.

Named Stickleback, the ship sank on May 28, 1958 during a 19-mile (30.5 km) military exercise off the coast of Barbers Point, Oahu.

The ship lost power during the exercise, which forced it to dash towards the seabed and the crew used emergency measures to save it from the seabed.

The soldiers managed to bring the stickleback to the surface, but the submarine crashed into the destroyer USS Silverstein.

The stickleback is 311 feet long, touches 20 knots on the surface and 8 knots when diving and is designed with 10 torpedo tubes.

The ship was commissioned on March 29, 1945 for World War II, acting in the Korean War and Cold War and retired on September 9, 1951 to serve as a training ship in San Diego, California.

The submarine was discovered by the Lost 52 Project, which was searching for a long-lost World War II submarine and submarine.

DAILY MAIL

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