USS Grayback, submarine missing for 75 years, found off Japan

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A U.S. Navy submarine missing for 75 years has been found off Okinawa, Japan. The USS Grayback sailed out of Pearl Harbor on Jan. 28, 1944 for its 10th combat patrol. Two months later, it was listed as missing and presumed lost.
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Nov 11, 2019




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Tomás Coronado
Tomás Coronado 29 days ago
60 not 80
Matthew Caughey
Matthew Caughey Month ago
No longer on eternal patrol. RIP Greyback
bruce graham
bruce graham Month ago
My dad served on the USS GATO 212 from 1944 - 1946. I wish he was still alive because thru RUvid I have found out so many things about his sub when he was on her and I have so many questions...may the crew of the USS Grayback RIP....to the families of the men lost, closure has finally come to you.....
A G Month ago
"Service PERSON?" Talk about PC bulls**t. Service MEN were lost on that sub.
Billetchrome Month ago
Liberal arts actors pretending they care.
Derek Stocker
Derek Stocker Month ago
I was just watching the very emotive news item that the USS Grunion was found also, these guys served their country and the for the peace of the world, so very well done guys, you gave all for us that follow. RIP.
Alexander Challis
Alexander Challis 3 months ago
USS Grayback and others US Submarines war patrol reports WW2: maritime.org/doc/subreports.htm
Judge Dredd
Judge Dredd 5 months ago
The fish knew where it was.
MisterBuklau 7 months ago
They should look for the uss cyclops
Agus Sururi
Agus Sururi 7 months ago
Chinese gov Let mining it . Its free metal
MikeG5887 7 months ago
There will not be repatriation. It is a United States war grave not to be disturbed, those that went down on the Grayback will rest where they are in eternal peace. Forever. Thank you for your service and your sacrifice.
Chet Granaas
Chet Granaas 7 months ago
I’ll remember next time I crash my submarine to transmit the exact coordinates
Poo Smell
Poo Smell 7 months ago
“Service person”, no you mean serviceman...
Garrett Hampton
Garrett Hampton 7 months ago
Desmond Doss is the greatest hero ever
BMW 335I
BMW 335I 7 months ago
Just shows you how big the ocean is... all the sonar and just now found
Mike Tayon
Mike Tayon 7 months ago
not to be snarky or flippant but better late than never right? 👍
I have high respect for the brave young men of the US Navy’s “Silent Service” 🇺🇸🙏
unclebugspayton 7 months ago
“Closure” ok!
ssplintergirl 7 months ago
They should open the hatch and see whats inside.
Mike Loghry
Mike Loghry 7 months ago
A Very Slow Right Hand SALUTE...Taps
Jeffrey Robinson
Jeffrey Robinson 7 months ago
Over due on patrol, God bless the heroes.
nekonohige2 7 months ago
It is recorded that Japanese bomber planes sunk this submarine which sunk many Japanese vessels including "Konan-maru" which carried 700 normal citizens whose lives were instantly lost with the attack of this submarine.
Guy Fawkes
Guy Fawkes 7 months ago
Thank you sailers, I love you all and I look forward to seeing you come home bright eyed and bushy tailed at last.
sik59rt 7 months ago
“Service person?” They were men
ProGreen LAWN
ProGreen LAWN 7 months ago
Found last year!? We now hearing about it
Margaret Irvine
Margaret Irvine 7 months ago
I found my dad after 20 years outside a shop
Alex Williamson
Alex Williamson 7 months ago
“Repatriate” what? I imagine it will be left as a war grave as they do with our (Royal Navy) subs lost on patrol? #stillonpatrol
Fenrir 7 months ago
Repatriation? There’s no bodies left. Even if they were this is a war grave they’re not allowed to even touch it let alone pull it apart (430 metres below you’ll be lucky to even get an image of the inside) and recover bodies. Not possible. No going to happen.
EMB 7 months ago
Rust in peace ✌️
Jeager Gaming 325
Jeager Gaming 325 7 months ago
I say now in rememberence of this discovery for Azur Lane to put in USS Grayback in the game to give some pride to the Eagle Union
Arnold Stollar
Arnold Stollar 7 months ago
Men. Inside
GaMeRfReAkLIVE 7 months ago
I fail to see how this is closure. Its not like there were many things that could have taken place. "We now know what happend". Yeah as it turns out, the sumarine not coming back to port on time means that it was sunk. As opposed to the more obvious theory that all the crew decided to not only desert but to also steal and hide a multimillion dollar submarine. I can appreciate them reporting the finding but good lord is there no reason to be interjecting emotion here or acting as if some greatystery about what happend.has been solved. And theyre not even going to credit the man for his discovery? God damn i hate news outlets
Bill Lombard
Bill Lombard 7 months ago
Never forget these brave boys sacrifice
BH OUTLAW 7 months ago
Crazy how this was on veterens day
Miktecrep 7 months ago
See there are no supernatural things, it might be the same for barmuda triangle
VolDep45 7 months ago
Rest in Peace to the crew.
Two Vacation
Two Vacation 7 months ago
That's amazing
TXMEDRGR 7 months ago
I recently toured the WWII submarine USS Drum in Mobile, Alabama. Those old diesel submarine sailors had true grit to go down in what is essentially a big metal pipe. God bless them and their families.
ColKorn1965 7 months ago
Ben Doggett
Ben Doggett 7 months ago
"begin the process of repatriation" it's a little to late for that, don't think there is anything left to repatriate even they wanted to.
Fenrir 7 months ago
frtard what that’s just something you’d assume?
frtard 7 months ago
I guess you didn't hear the "presumably"
Fenrir 7 months ago
That bit got me. Surely it’s a war grave and they’re not allowed to touch. Also how does he expect they do it? Just open the hatch and wait for all the bodies to float home? How are they even going to open that sub 430 metres below the surface?
bocoy noiu
bocoy noiu 7 months ago
Rest In Peace sailors.
Earl of Wickshire
Earl of Wickshire 7 months ago
"off by one digit, be careful". Careful? It’s like she’s half listening and then just scrambles to say something at the end.
Hunter Bogart
Hunter Bogart 7 months ago
Earl of Wickshire These fuckers just reading a script.
John1911 Gun Blog
John1911 Gun Blog 7 months ago
Earl of Wickshire most anchors are empty suits reading a teleprompter. As long as you remember that, you’ll understand a lot more about they frequently talk themselves into Gibberish. Regards, Marky
Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson 7 months ago
Frank Rice
Frank Rice 7 months ago
Wow these young men went under, never knowing the outcome of the war, and never resurfaced God Bless your souls and your sacrifice!
bocoy noiu
bocoy noiu 7 months ago
I wonder if Clive Cussler found it. Rest in peace, gentlemen.
2.5Fucks_ Given
2.5Fucks_ Given 7 months ago
If we meet in heaven, you aren't driving my sub...
dolimi jotoo
dolimi jotoo 7 months ago
I just got finished watching midway movie
Brian Haney
Brian Haney 7 months ago
Looks like total crap.
TXMEDRGR 7 months ago
Great movie.
Crispy Baguette
Crispy Baguette 7 months ago
Wear this a Japanese sub or an American
Daniel Brooks
Daniel Brooks 7 months ago
The best Veterans Day gift ever! Thank you for your service equalling our freedom! God rest you brave servicemen!
ThatOneGuySebb 7 months ago
Tbh it is in great condition
dolimi jotoo
dolimi jotoo 7 months ago
Ima be the most careful 🤣
Godspeed to that crew..that k tou for your service and ultimate sacrifice
Soinas Doyi
Soinas Doyi 7 months ago
RIP the service men who were on that ship
Joshua Weeks
Joshua Weeks 7 months ago
Is it weird that I saw the thumbnail and believed it was a birds eye view of an island?
eioshen boboi
eioshen boboi 7 months ago
May my brother sailors rest peace. Thank you for your service.
qopoy dnon
qopoy dnon 7 months ago
"One Of Our Submarines" by Thomas Dolby
Soinas Doyi
Soinas Doyi 7 months ago
Now that’s history
big moike
big moike 7 months ago
Godspeed, crewmen.
bodoti qwiu
bodoti qwiu 7 months ago
Fair winds and following seas men. USS Baltimore SSN-704
eioshen boboi
eioshen boboi 7 months ago
Ben Peters
Ben Peters 7 months ago
Rip to those poor souls i cant think of a worse way to die than at the bottom of the sea and nobody knew anything about it. Finally peace and closure.
qopoy dnon
qopoy dnon 7 months ago
Fair winds and following seas to my fellow shipmates. RIP.
Robert Mintun
Robert Mintun 7 months ago
I wonder if Clive Cussler found it. Rest in peace, gentlemen.
bodoti qwiu
bodoti qwiu 7 months ago
Rip soldiers
misolou fout
misolou fout 7 months ago
I just got finished watching midway movie
misolou fout
misolou fout 7 months ago
Ken Elliott
Ken Elliott 7 months ago
ian 7 months ago
I want to know if there are the bones of the men inside, and would they be removed.
sirderam1 7 months ago
Very unlikely, salt water tends to dissolve bones and its been there for 75 years. More respectful to designate the wreck as a war grave and have a US Navy ship conduct the service for burial at sea over the location. Leave the souls who perished with the boat at peace.
Senor Senor
Senor Senor 7 months ago
Waaaw goodVringat Bak to the museum
misolou fout
misolou fout 7 months ago
1400 feet under water - oof. nobody getting out of that alive.
Erin Savage
Erin Savage 7 months ago
Ima be the most careful 🤣
doliio volay
doliio volay 7 months ago
versidue shaie
versidue shaie 7 months ago
Joshua B
Joshua B 7 months ago
Be at peace, thank you from the bottom of our hearts
wowerman 7 months ago
R.I.P heroes. Also that comment of presenter"one number,be careful" terrible.Its like she is professional to seek lost wrecks.
Niah Niah
Niah Niah 7 months ago
Now that’s history
S Pain
S Pain 7 months ago
It’s “ the magic submarine “
Nathaniel Ivey
Nathaniel Ivey 7 months ago
Vladimir Hammerstein
Fair winds and following seas to my fellow shipmates. RIP.
ThisLeviathan 7 months ago
Clintons killed Epstein
Jason Blake
Jason Blake 7 months ago
Rip soldiers
Jason Learakos
Jason Learakos 7 months ago
They should bring it back up and put it next to the battleships at Pearl Harbor.
anamaria Alaba
anamaria Alaba 7 months ago
It is considered a war grave and the US Military will not want it disturbed. After 75 years in salt water that steel submarine might brake up into many pieces if an attempt was made to raise it. Raising submerged ships from the seabed creates many uneven forces on the structure even when done with great care.
Just. 7 months ago
if buzzfeed unsolved makes a video on this cause veterans day. this could be their first ever solved unsolved mystery
Just. 7 months ago
@Bravo true but atleast it would've been like. sorta solved cause the boat is found. anyway they could collect info on how it sank
Bravo 7 months ago
They wouldn’t have solved it though
El McGyver
El McGyver 7 months ago
Rest In Peace brothers
1MinuteFlipDoc 7 months ago
1400 feet under water - oof. nobody getting out of that alive.
Debra InUSA
Debra InUSA 7 months ago
Junior Mints
Junior Mints 7 months ago
Let’s nuke Japan again, just because
Ernest Marshall
Ernest Marshall 7 months ago
RIP HEROES time come home . Can't wait to US Navy bring them home.
sirderam1 7 months ago
Sorry to disappoint but it's very unlikely there is anything to bring home. The human body doesn't fare well when submerged in salt water for 75 years. I doubt if even the bones have survived. There may possibly be some teeth, but even that's questionable. Better to designate the wreck as a war grave and leave it and the souls who remain there in peace.
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