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

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  • Published on Nov 11, 2019
  • 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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Comments • 778

  • MisterBuklau
    MisterBuklau 13 days ago

    They should look for the uss cyclops

  • Agus Sururi
    Agus Sururi 17 days ago

    Chinese gov
    Let mining it . Its free metal

  • MikeG5887
    MikeG5887 17 days 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 21 day ago

    I’ll remember next time I crash my submarine to transmit the exact coordinates

  • Naughty internet person
    Naughty internet person 22 days ago +9

    “Service person”, no you mean serviceman...

  • Garrett Hampton
    Garrett Hampton 22 days ago

    Desmond Doss is the greatest hero ever

  • John John
    John John 22 days ago

    Thought this mf was a crusty whale

  • John John
    John John 22 days ago

    Just shows you how big the ocean is... all the sonar and just now found

  • Mike Tayon
    Mike Tayon 22 days ago

    not to be snarky or flippant but better late than never right? 👍

  • Jesus Casillas
    Jesus Casillas 22 days ago

    That's amazing.

  • CHARLOTTESVILLE DEFEAT-GLOBAL-HOMO-KALERGI EUROPA

    I have high respect for the brave young men of the US Navy’s “Silent Service” 🇺🇸🙏

  • unclebugspayton
    unclebugspayton 22 days ago +1

    “Closure” ok!

  • ssplintergirl
    ssplintergirl 22 days ago

    They should open the hatch and see whats inside.

  • Mike Loghry
    Mike Loghry 23 days ago

    A Very Slow Right Hand SALUTE...Taps

  • Jeffrey Robinson
    Jeffrey Robinson 23 days ago +1

    Over due on patrol, God bless the heroes.

  • nekonohige2
    nekonohige2 23 days ago +1

    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 23 days 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
    sik59rt 23 days ago +9

    “Service person?” They were men

  • ProGreen LAWN
    ProGreen LAWN 23 days ago +1

    Found last year!? We now hearing about it

  • JamieTheIrvine
    JamieTheIrvine 23 days ago

    I found my dad after 20 years outside a shop

  • Alex Williamson
    Alex Williamson 23 days ago +1

    “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
    Fenrir 23 days 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 59932
    EMB 59932 23 days ago

    Rust in peace ✌️

  • Jeager Gaming 325
    Jeager Gaming 325 23 days 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 23 days ago

    Men. Inside

  • GaMeRfReAkLIVE
    GaMeRfReAkLIVE 23 days 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 23 days ago +1

    Never forget these brave boys sacrifice

  • BH OUTLAW
    BH OUTLAW 24 days ago +1

    Crazy how this was on veterens day

  • Miktecrep
    Miktecrep 24 days ago

    See there are no supernatural things, it might be the same for barmuda triangle

  • VolDep45
    VolDep45 24 days ago

    Rest in Peace to the crew.

  • Two Vacation
    Two Vacation 24 days ago

    That's amazing

  • TXMEDRGR
    TXMEDRGR 24 days 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
    ColKorn1965 24 days ago

    😢

  • Ben Doggett
    Ben Doggett 25 days ago +22

    "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
      Fenrir 19 days ago

      frtard what that’s just something you’d assume?

    • frtard
      frtard 22 days ago

      I guess you didn't hear the "presumably"

    • Fenrir
      Fenrir 23 days ago +4

      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 25 days ago +3

    Rest In Peace sailors.

  • Earl of Wickshire
    Earl of Wickshire 25 days ago +2

    "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 22 days ago

      Earl of Wickshire These fuckers just reading a script.

    • John1911 Gun Blog
      John1911 Gun Blog 24 days 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 25 days ago +1

    Rip

  • Frank Rice
    Frank Rice 25 days 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 25 days ago

      I wonder if Clive Cussler found it. Rest in peace, gentlemen.

  • 2.5Fucks_ Given
    2.5Fucks_ Given 25 days ago

    If we meet in heaven, you aren't driving my sub...

  • dolimi jotoo
    dolimi jotoo 25 days ago +1

    I just got finished watching midway movie

  • Vladimir Putin
    Vladimir Putin 25 days ago

    Wear this a Japanese sub or an American

  • Daniel Brooks
    Daniel Brooks 25 days ago +1

    The best Veterans Day gift ever! Thank you for your service equalling our freedom! God rest you brave servicemen!

  • IcyySebass
    IcyySebass 25 days ago

    Tbh it is in great condition

  • FLY EAGLES FLY Bleed Green

    Godspeed to that crew..that k tou for your service and ultimate sacrifice

  • Soinas Doyi
    Soinas Doyi 25 days ago +11

    RIP the service men who were on that ship

  • Demented Fish
    Demented Fish 26 days ago +2

    Is it weird that I saw the thumbnail and believed it was a birds eye view of an island?

  • eioshen boboi
    eioshen boboi 26 days ago +1

    May my brother sailors rest peace. Thank you for your service.

  • qopoy dnon
    qopoy dnon 26 days ago

    "One Of Our Submarines" by Thomas Dolby

  • big moike
    big moike 26 days ago

    Godspeed, crewmen.

  • bodoti qwiu
    bodoti qwiu 26 days ago

    Fair winds and following seas men. USS Baltimore SSN-704

  • Ben Peters
    Ben Peters 26 days 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 26 days ago

      Fair winds and following seas to my fellow shipmates. RIP.

  • Robert Mintun
    Robert Mintun 26 days ago

    I wonder if Clive Cussler found it. Rest in peace, gentlemen.

  • misolou fout
    misolou fout 26 days ago

    I just got finished watching midway movie

  • Ken Elliott
    Ken Elliott 27 days ago +1

    REST well lads ..u have been found..U WERE NEVER FORGOTTEN..NOW UR DUTY IS OVER..U ARE FOR EVER MORE ON R.R.SEE U ON THE OTHER SIDE..

  • Re.
    Re. 27 days ago

    I want to know if there are the bones of the men inside, and would they be removed.

    • sirderam1
      sirderam1 25 days 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 27 days ago

    Waaaw goodVringat Bak to the museum

    • misolou fout
      misolou fout 26 days ago

      1400 feet under water - oof. nobody getting out of that alive.

  • Erin Savage
    Erin Savage 27 days ago

    Ima be the most careful 🤣

  • doliio volay
    doliio volay 27 days ago

    life…

  • versidue shaie
    versidue shaie 27 days ago

    fish

  • Joshua B
    Joshua B 27 days ago

    Be at peace, thank you from the bottom of our hearts