Sunken World War I submarine found after 93 years

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Royal Navy EnsignThe BBC reports today that a sunken Royal Navy submarine lost in World War I has been found on the bottom of the ocean floor in the Baltic Sea near the coast of Estonia.  The sub went down with all hands (31 souls on board) in 1916 during a combat operation.  The story is here.

May they rest in peace.

CWO3 Tom Barnes, USCG (Ret.)

     

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