In July 1945, the USS Indianapolis has just delivered “Little Boy” – the atomic bomb destined for Hiroshima – when she is sunk by a Japanese sub. 300 sailors go down with her, and the 900 survivors drift for four and a half days, battling the sun, thirst, sharks, and their own fear. Ultimately, only 316 of them are pulled from the sea alive.
January 8, 2019
USS Indianapolis Live - From The Deep: USS Indianapolis: The Final ChapterThe sinking of Indianapolis remains the U.S. Navy’s worst single loss of life at sea.
September 13, 2017
USS Indianapolis Live - From The Deep: USS Indianapolis LIVE - From the DeepTake a live tour of the wreckage from the USS Indianapolis, the WWII vessel sunk in 1945.