USS Grayback submarine discovered 75 years later

Read about the history of this submarine here.

Great job by the folks at the Lost 52 Project. About their mission:

“Our mission objective is to provide the fullest possible documentation and accounting of these locations for our missing WWII Navy Sailors, their families and the nation. Our mission goes beyond discovery and exploration and includes site surveys, developing complete database on each submarine, enabling community outreach and build education components that will stand the test of time. This includes collecting and preserving memorabilia, artifacts, scanned correspondence, official documentation, oral histories, films and photos that are shared by family members. A total of 52 U.S. Submarines were lost in WWII with 374 officers and 3131 men of the Submarine Force who gave their lives. Currently there have been seven of these “Lost 52” that have been found. Our team has discovered five of those submarines and we are engaging with several organizations who have also made discoveries.”

Read about their mission of locating WWII submarines here.


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Now if they would just make public what happened to the USS Liberty in 1967. But being in the submarine service back then too a rare kind of courage

Dr. Eowyn

Thank you to the good people of Lost 52 Project.


Cool. 🙂

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu

My Dad’s cousin went down on a us submarine during WWII. Somehow, there is a remaining uneasiness among the family members . . . not knowing exactly where the sub went down etc. I think this project is absolutely marvelous. God Bless all who are devoted to this project.