Last Mystery Shipwreck

cshortridge73
7th August 2012, 12:35
An explosive surprise attack by one of Japan’s new secret
weapons sent a U.S. auxiliary oiler to the bottom of Ulithi lagoon late
in WW II. This is the story of that horrific morning - captured in
dramatic photos by a storekeeper in a tugboat alongside - and of the
diligent efforts to find the “last mystery shipwreck.”

I'm trying something new on this "Article".....I've "ATTACHED" the article [attachment is below] to this posting...hopefully this will work out better than using the "links." If it does not open for some odd reason...please "rattle my chain".."or yell real loud'...Ok??

Hope you enjoy the article

MWD
9th August 2012, 14:36
Brilliant, the attachment works wll.

MWD.

cshortridge73
9th August 2012, 14:53
Yes .....I thought so as well. Thanks for your comment. I have many articles to post, as well as histories....so more will be coming up. But I save time out of my day to produce additional as well.

Enjoy your day

John Rogers
9th August 2012, 15:55
Very smart move of the pilot using his prop to blow back the flames and to tow the sailors away from the burning ship.

John.

cshortridge73
9th August 2012, 16:11
I sure do agree John.....a split second decision...I was impressed

R396040
9th August 2012, 16:22
Thanks,great posting
Stuart H

cshortridge73
9th August 2012, 16:47
Thank you.....for your comment...always appreciated.