Watch video of WWII Navy ship found at bottom of Philippine Sea

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9 dögum síðan

The world's deepest known shipwreck, a World War II US Navy destroyer, has been fully mapped and filmed by a US-based crew.
The ship, the USS Johnston, is at a depth of 21,180 feet (about 6,500 meters) in the Philippine Sea. Its location has been known, but this is the first time that a crew has been able to map and film the entire wreck site.
Caladan Oceanic, a US-based private company that focuses on ocean expeditions, gets credit for reaching the shipwreck on March 31. Its research vessel, the DSV Limiting Factor, was able to survey the wreck, which was more than 100 feet deeper than previously believed, sitting in the darkness more than four miles below the surface of the Pacific.
Caladan Oceanic's founder is Victor Vescovo, a former US Navy commander who has a long-established passion for visiting some of the world's most hard-to-get-to places. He holds the record for being the first person in history to have been to the top of all the world's continents, both poles, and the bottom of all its oceans.
With the survey of the USS Johnston, Vescovo reached another milestone -- completing the deepest shipwreck dive in history. He was at the controls of the Limiting Factor for the whole process, which took place in two eight-hour segments over two days.
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jenell73 10 klukkustundum síðan
Salute to all men who served in the USS Johnston
Heal The World89
Heal The World89 17 klukkustundum síðan
Respect the Memories of their Great Battle to save thousands People. Salute to All I may not meet nor know who you are but Thank you from the bottom of my Heart. Right now American is still standing beside my Beloved county.
Daniel Ryan Valdez
Daniel Ryan Valdez 19 klukkustundum síðan
Salute to the USS Jhonston. Her and her task force helped save my country from the Japanese and I will forever be grateful for it's service
澤人志Hitoshi Sawa
澤人志Hitoshi Sawa Degi Síðan síðan
Hit by Yamato we should pull it up and examine it
Steven Moore
Steven Moore Degi Síðan síðan
The men of Taffy 3 were absolute legends! Also I like what the Navy veteran said about war graves. No matter what country they fought for whether it be American, German, Japanese, or British they died fighting for their country and they should be honored.
Keith Andrew Mira
Keith Andrew Mira Degi Síðan síðan
Me: Watching this news Also me who lives in Philippines: WAIT WHAAA!?🤤
Archlight535 2 dögum síðan
Lemme guess this is the madlad that charged on the Japanese BBs and forced them to fall back
KPDubbs71 2 dögum síðan
Hey @CNN, could you possibly make your graphics at the bottom of the video a little bigger? I could almost see some of the ship footage.
KPDubbs71 2 dögum síðan
When Earnest Evans took command of the Johnston in 1943 he said to his crew, “This is going to be a fighting ship. I intend to go in harm's way, and anyone who doesn't want to go along had better get off right now.” No one did.
MERCENARYREVY 2 dögum síðan
I hope they can find the other three ships. ❤️
Stair force one Big guy
Stair force one Big guy 2 dögum síðan
That ship is racist!
Mark Daniel Louwe
Mark Daniel Louwe 2 dögum síðan
i've seen one in malapascua island, cebu. it was a japanese destroyer. it looks scary
Madhie Sensei
Madhie Sensei 3 dögum síðan
Metal robbers: *INTERESTING...*
Neil Jason Villanueva
Neil Jason Villanueva 3 dögum síðan
I still wonder why there was no boat sent by US Navy for surveillance mission (even PT boat) in San Bernardino Strait to verify if a Japanese Task force had faked a U-turn in Northern Visayas. Similar ambush could have been done just like in Surigao Strait.
Charles Suiza
Charles Suiza 3 dögum síðan
From Musashi to USS Johnston. Hoping USS Samuel B. Roberts gets discovered as well. And if USS Johnston was found to be deeper than the Titanic, then looters or salvage seekers would have a hard time getting to the wreck. Number 1, it'll be hard for them to get a hold of coordinates on the location of the wreck. Number, both the Philippine and American government would not allow a war grave to be looted. The same thing happened to Musashi. The ship is protected under Philippine and the Japanese government.
Just some guy With a surprised expression
Just some guy With a surprised expression 3 dögum síðan
Beautiful ship she was.
Ayethe 3 dögum síðan
Don't forget to remember the uss Johnston was the most baddass ship in history and took out heavy cruisers and cruisers and took so much fire the Japanese thought it was a capital ship
Christopher Wojtan
Christopher Wojtan 3 dögum síðan
Thats not just a ship its thee ship. The Johnston holds a hallowed spot in the hearts and minds of all Destroyermen. That ships story embodies the very spirit of the Navy.
Colin Martin
Colin Martin 3 dögum síðan
Captain Evans turned this tiny tin can around and charged straight at the largest battleship in human history and fought so viciously that the Japanese thought they were fighting the main US fleet and not three tiny destroyers, loading the wrong ammo that made them almost useless. Possibly saved my great granddad's life on the beaches and one of the greatest stories in history. Yamato alone outweighed the entire US fleet that fought back. Combined. Her turrets alone each outweighed Johnston. But that little lunatic charged alone into knife fight range, blew a battleship's face off with her torpedoes and then raked it with her guns, ran away, then fought off EIGHT japanese destroyers and a cruiser by herself with only her guns, and then fought like a cornered honeybadger until the end. Evans was commanding the ship through a hole in the deck with three fingers blown off a hand. Evans probably only drowned because swimming is hard with 40 ton solid brass cajones. A story so ludicrous it would be considered silly if it didn't happen. Buy "last stand of the tin can sailors" and read it.
Movie Scene
Movie Scene 3 dögum síðan
We can use this ship against China 😂😂
Isaac Destura
Isaac Destura 3 dögum síðan
His actions encouraged the rest of Taffy, a tiny anti-submarine unit, to charge headlong into an enormous japanese surface fleet.
Mother May
Mother May 3 dögum síðan
Check and go to the Philippines and look at it guys... before Chinese people dive under the water in the Philippines...and take it see the Philippines embassy or government..Chinese people will know about that because keep coming into my country..
Deadpool 3 dögum síðan
Sell metal 21 thousands feet. The cost of retrieving those metals for scraps will be enormous. 😆
Niño Angelo T. Castillo
Niño Angelo T. Castillo 4 dögum síðan
The Johnston just single handedly destroyed Yamato's Fleet
Cole Kiefer
Cole Kiefer 4 dögum síðan
Given this ships awesome history and how many people this destroyer saved, why am I not surprised to see that this ship also now holds the deepest known shipwreck award. This ship closed into suicide range to get torpedoes away at the Musashi for Pete’s sake!
Vantor 4 dögum síðan
Doesn’t even mention the fact that the Johnson went toe to toe with the Yamato, ya know only the biggest battleship ever built.
Eligible Bubble
Eligible Bubble 4 dögum síðan
Rest In Peace Johnston, your job is done, and you’ll never be forgotten.
Chloe Hennessey
Chloe Hennessey 5 dögum síðan
USS Johnston, USS Hoel, USS Samuel B Roberts. They saved a lot of men that day. We will see you again, Captain Evans: but not yet.
StryderK 5 dögum síðan
The Tin Can Navy...ney...The entire U.S. Navy's finest hour, led by the Johnston, with the Samuel B Roberts and the Gambier Bay among others.
Roland Rivera
Roland Rivera 5 dögum síðan
When there have something recovery and may re use again but need to restored to make possible use in the remodel or guns and bomb if able to make effective as additional assets but surely test it or dried in safer place..
Kelvin Nwogu
Kelvin Nwogu 5 dögum síðan
My question is what sank the ship? Know it that no matter how you think you are protected in war anything can still happens so let repent and follow Jesus Christ for peace to be
MON ROSASINA 5 dögum síðan
OMG it's a Legendary ship commanding by a legendary captain.
Majora's Covid Mask
Majora's Covid Mask 5 dögum síðan
Humans go boom.
RYAN C00P3R 6 dögum síðan
I wish they should find the USS Samuel B Robert aka "The Destroyer Escort that fought like a Battleship" crippling a Japanese Heavy Cruiser.
James Antiox
James Antiox 6 dögum síðan
aziz aziz
aziz aziz 6 dögum síðan
The Iranian Sheia regime uses lying in the name of (taqiyya), and it permits them to lie in order to achieve their goals. ... Putin is a Christian, and the Christian religion does not allow lying ... Tell Putin that and he should not ally with a country that follows in the footsteps of the defunct Nazi regime ... which is a state that has no credibility and lies and those promises cannot be trusted. Iran is interfering in the affairs of the Gulf states. It is a blatant and terrorist intervention, financing groups that split from official regimes, striking the international system completely. A country that sponsors Al Qaeda, ISIS, the Revolutionary Guards, Hezbollah and the Houthi cannot be allowed to build a nuclear weapon, this terrorist country should not have any kind of nuclear energy, while it has global gas reserves !!!!
Ray Bin
Ray Bin 6 dögum síðan
It would be nice if CNN moved it's banner out of the video image (perhaps reducing it's size?)
john clark
john clark 6 dögum síðan
We are at war in the pacific right now against China we are aiding the Philippines and Taiwan
01bigtrev 6 dögum síðan
4 miles down I don’t think they have to worry about the looters 😂
FairwayJack 6 dögum síðan
Typical incompetence by CNN ...their chyron covers much of the video
Sniper King
Sniper King 6 dögum síðan
Just find the shipwreck of the japanese ship you will find tons of gold their gettin from entire south east asian
Rheed 6 dögum síðan
It would have been nice if they could have retrieve the bell, and show it to the family of those heroes.
Crazy Eights
Crazy Eights 6 dögum síðan
Big whoop. It was used as target practice
teodoro alonzo
teodoro alonzo 6 dögum síðan
Tirahin nayan mga swapang na mga inshik nayan!
Jack Chua
Jack Chua 6 dögum síðan
Wow. Thank you for finding The Johnston. I agree, location revealed only to US Navy.
Noe Giducos
Noe Giducos 6 dögum síðan
Great to remember the Johnston and Commander Ernest Evans.
Allan Cerdena
Allan Cerdena 6 dögum síðan
My Father was guerilla ,WW2,he becane an American citizen,on Nov.1992.draft in the US Army On March 1945.i was born 1957. tells a lot of war history..passed away in Dec.4, 86. March 23,1921. was my fathers many young teen aged boys and men died .. War is horrible..desolation, pestilence, man's land..amen.. Its more fun in the Philippines! Welcome?
leolindley rivero
leolindley rivero 7 dögum síðan
Im from that island of eastern samar my uncle witnesses the battle at sea by climbing tallmcoconut tree accroding to my mother...
Creek Walker
Creek Walker 7 dögum síðan
'Duty' is the most underrated word in the English language. The USS Johnston understood completely what it meant to America. Everyone must watch the ISpost videos of the USS Johnston. NOW! Pay homage to America's heroes of the past. They were the bravest of the brave.
Creek Walker
Creek Walker 7 dögum síðan
I swear, before they said what the name was, I knew they had finally found it! Every American should know the name of the USS Johnston! Many heroics!
wood worker
wood worker 7 dögum síðan
This is truly incredible
Thomas Schoeni
Thomas Schoeni 7 dögum síðan
David Aspinall
David Aspinall 7 dögum síðan
May the sailors RIP The steel from these ships was forged prior to atomic bomb testing. Since then, it is very expensive to make steel without radioactive isotopes. This makes this steel valuable for highly sensitive science and medical it gets sold to big business for a top price. The steel from pre-nuke days is becoming a rarer commodity as time goes on, so the price goes up and up - and any sources will be protected accordingly. Details matter.
Snakebite Mcghee
Snakebite Mcghee 7 dögum síðan
The men who served on the USS Johnston are true American heroes and I salute them all.
George Geller
George Geller 7 dögum síðan
RIP, gentlemen. We visited your centopah at San Diego National Cemetery.
Tig Trager
Tig Trager 7 dögum síðan
With very little oxygen and almost no marine life at that depth, this ship still sports her paint, clear number identification, and everything is simply in amazing condition. Other than battle damage and silt, it looks like it sank a few years ago. This wreck will take thousands of years to fade away.
Preston Smith
Preston Smith 7 dögum síðan
What's the matter? Are you upset that your Lord Hitler didn't kill all the Americans?
Dimitri Jensk
Dimitri Jensk 7 dögum síðan
First the crew fired the torpedoes and armor piercing rounds. When the AP ran out, they fired high explosive rounds. When the HE ran out, the crew used her anti aircraft guns. When the ammunition for the AA ran out, they fired the PRACTICE ammo and the STAR SHELLS (projectiles meant to be used for illumination)!! It’s been said a Japanese captain saluted and some of the Japanese sailors shouted “senshi” (warrior) as the ship finally went down.
francisco varela
francisco varela 7 dögum síðan
Brave captain, crew and ship lost at the Battle of Samar.
Rizky Arifin
Rizky Arifin 7 dögum síðan
Tomorrow. Alysn Camerota LEAVING CNN ND. I just watch ND in 4 months. 😭
Jonathan F
Jonathan F 7 dögum síðan
they found it now?
King Julien
King Julien 7 dögum síðan
Let's hope that the depth means no scavengers will break her up :'(
StryderK 5 dögum síðan
@David Ray Besides, no one know her position except the company who found her and the U.S. Navy.
David Ray
David Ray 6 dögum síðan
Theres no way. 4 miles down. Shes safe
tom wool
tom wool 7 dögum síðan
Crazy stupid humans 🤢
E.S Studios
E.S Studios 7 dögum síðan
Just finished this documentary about the battle of the Leyte gulf: , and this video popped up out of no where.
Gold Pop
Gold Pop 8 dögum síðan
The Johnston went up to fight against the Yamato, I can't believe its finally been found
Gold Pop
Gold Pop 3 klukkustundum síðan
@Osama Bin Laden the battle was a David and Goliath moment, The Battle of Samar was an amazing battle that i recommend to check it out The Japanese had about 4 Battleships (including the Yamato) 6 heavy cruisers, 2 light cruisers and a dozen of Destroyers, While the US had about 2 destroyers, 4 destroyer escorts, and 6 escort carriers They were practically outnumbered and out gun The Johnston instead of running away, instead rushed in to the enemy ships with no fear and started shooting the heavy cruiser Kumano, after that it sent its torpedoes and sunk the heavy Cruiser Kumano, the Johnston was thought to be a light cruiser by the Japanese thinking that a destroyer couldn't kill a Heavy Cruiser, The Johnston took hits from the Battleship Yamato and the Battleship Kongo but was able to escape for a while, and then started supporting the other destroyers The Johnston was sunk because she came under fire by multiple enemy ships and was pierced by the Battleship Kongo the ship was then closed in by multiple enemy ships, it was then the call to abandon ship was issued The Destroyer Yukikaze pump a final shot on the Johnston to make sure she went down for good
Osama Bin Laden
Osama Bin Laden 3 klukkustundum síðan
Genio Diez
Genio Diez 8 dögum síðan
Salute to all the crews of USS Johnston .
misterjag 8 dögum síðan
The steel is valuable because it wasn't exposed to any nuclear test radiation.
Truth Seeker
Truth Seeker 8 dögum síðan
Its 2021 and they just found it? Ahahaha totally missed that ship huh 🙄 better news needed
GNranger Degi Síðan síðan
You know only about 20% of the ocean has been explored. That coupled with the fact that ww2 sinking reports and coordinates were incredibly inaccurate, it takes a long time to find these ships. Especially when 1,554 ships were sunk in ww2.
weldabar 8 dögum síðan
This is exciting.
James Yu
James Yu 8 dögum síðan
CHINA: that is my PROPERTY 😒
Vix Vix
Vix Vix 8 dögum síðan
Japanese kamikaze planes sunk this ship. Salute. Trump would agree
Robert Young
Robert Young 5 dögum síðan
wrong ,it was sunk probably from gunfire from the IJN Yamato
Ab by
Ab by 8 dögum síðan
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Pilot McBride
Pilot McBride 8 dögum síðan
Looters will get there, trust me. Keep it secret.
Ka de
Ka de 8 dögum síðan
Fair winds and following seas shipmates. Semper fortis
VIRNA MISRA 8 dögum síðan
& many more on the sea surface doing extremely well
wolfman 8 dögum síðan
My deepest respects and condolences (and congratulations to Commander Ernest Evans) and his entire crew for their very brave fight I hope they found the peace they deserve. And for all those looters who have disturbed those sacred war graves for scrap metal and souvenirs I hope they NEVER get peace until they make peace with all those war graves they disturbed.
mug wump
mug wump 8 dögum síðan
He`s right about the scrappers looting war graves for metal. Any steel manufactured before the First atom bombs were exploded is known as _Low-background steel_ . And it fetches a high price. _Modern steel is contaminated with radionuclides because its production uses atmospheric air. Low-background steel is so-called because it does not suffer from such_ _nuclear contamination. This steel is used in devices that require the highest sensitivity for detecting radionuclides_ . _A source of low-background steel are ships constructed before the Trinity test, most famously the scuttled German World War I warships in Scapa Flow_ . (The above from wikepedia.. )
Daniel Pulanco
Daniel Pulanco 8 dögum síðan
This ship and others literally saved over 200,000 soldiers at Leyte from the defeat and disaster.
Inigo Bantok
Inigo Bantok Klukkustund síðan
@Osama Bin Laden uss Johnson and taffy 3 are the only Naval combat group of the us 7th Fleet off samar as the us 3rd Fleet were lured away from the Leyte area to pursue the decoy Japanese fleet off cape engano east of Luzon and they slug it off against the much superior Japanese Center Force including the largest battleship in history
Osama Bin Laden
Osama Bin Laden 3 klukkustundum síðan
How so?
richard wilmot Ph.D
richard wilmot Ph.D 8 dögum síðan
M M 8 dögum síðan
You can read all about the U.S.S. Johnston and Commander Evans and the other brave ships and men of Taffy 3 during the Battle of Samar Strait in "The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II Story of the U.S. Navy's Finest Hour, by James D. Hornfischer, 2005. It was during this battle that the Japanese launched the first Kamakazi attacks of WWII, which resulted in the sinking of two escort carriers, the St. Lo and the Gambier Bay. Cmdr. Evans was last seen by witnesses, wounded and on the fantail of the doomed destroyer, shouting down steering orders to the men manning the emergency rudder after the bridge had been destroyed by Japanese fire steaming toward the Japanese fleet. The Navy named the USS Evans (DE-1023) in his honor.
George B
George B 8 dögum síðan
As a proud U.S. NAVY veteran I salute the USS Johnston and her brave and gallant crew. They performed their duties while under fire and against a superior naval force in the finest traditions of the U.S. NAVY. I would hope I would be as brave as they were in the face of such overwhelming odds. At ease gentlemen, you have fullfilled your duty.✌🇺🇸
That_Randomguy 8 dögum síðan
I wonder if any of the USS Johnston's surviving crew are still alive?
Richard Paul
Richard Paul 8 dögum síðan
what a great mind you have that even in the deepest sea there is a looters .
Metatron Omega
Metatron Omega 8 dögum síðan
*So proud of all these past patriots, defending America from the evils of fascism, communism and socialism!* I hope as a country we never forget the ideals of 'individual freedom' and 'liberty' they were willing to put everything on the line to preserve and defend!
Gustav Derkits
Gustav Derkits 8 dögum síðan
That ship and it’s commander , Ernest Evans, saved my father’s life, before I was born. A story of incredible bravery.
Michael Afubwa
Michael Afubwa 8 klukkustundum síðan
Who asked you? Should we give you a medal or what?
Wayne Hanley
Wayne Hanley 8 dögum síðan
"The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors" is truly one of the most remarkable stories of against-the-odds heroism. Capt. Evans took his ship up against a Japanese fleet containing the Yamato, the largest battleship afloat ... one turret was heavier than his ship! The charge he and his fellow destroyer and destroyer-escort captains led forced a fleet of battleships and cruisers to retreat and saved the lives of over 100,000 soldiers and sailors in the landing zone in the Philippines! Finding that ship is simply incredible (and it appeared to be in incredible condition).
matthew 2779
matthew 2779 8 dögum síðan
Fun fact named after Brigadier General Joseph E Johnston of the Confederate States of America. No wonder why it's sunk
Wayne Hanley
Wayne Hanley 8 dögum síðan
Actually it was named for John Vincent Johnston, a Union naval officer in the Civil War--actual fact! As a side note: I think there should always be a USS Johnston in commission in honor of what this ship and crew did, and it is a disappointment that there isn't currently such a ship in commission (the last USS Johnston was stricken in 1981).
James Hammond
James Hammond 8 dögum síðan
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Tom Nagel
Tom Nagel 8 dögum síðan
Thanks for a honorable American report this is so much more patriotic than 99% of the political nonsense that today's news
OldManGhost 8 dögum síðan
The sacrifice and heroic action of the USS Johnston is absolutely epic. One of the greatest stores of WW2. It is too much for me to put in this comment section so I refer you to "Johnston - defenders of Taffy 3" on ISpost. Also " Battlefield the battle of Leyte gulf" on ISpost. A tiny force that fooled a huge powerful Japanese fleet into retreating and protected the landing force in Leyte gulf. I see someone else giving details.
Redgolf2 8 dögum síðan
About time
Chris Young
Chris Young 8 dögum síðan
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Admiralty86 8 dögum síðan
If you can reach a shipwreck in intl waters I'm pretty sure you can take whatever you want
Comment 200
Comment 200 8 dögum síðan
If designated a grave site, international treaties require authorization.
Paul 8 dögum síðan
Of course the producers at CNN keep the banner up covering one-third of the screen! These people have no brains!
Richard Mc kenzie
Richard Mc kenzie 8 dögum síðan
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Ronald David
Ronald David 8 dögum síðan
It's below the PHILIPPINE SEA and not below the Pacific, you illiterate CNN dolts!
Roy Asturias
Roy Asturias 4 dögum síðan
CNN low-key loathe Asians like Filipinos, remember?
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