U.S.S. Arizona is seen for the first time since being sunk nearly 75 years ago during the attack on Pearl Harbor in new film | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

U.S.S. Arizona is seen for the first time since being sunk nearly 75 years ago during the attack on Pearl Harbor in new film

A new film has shown the face of the U.S.S. Arizona to the world nearly 75 years after it was sunk when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.

Surviving crewman Donald Stratton, who was on board the vessel on that fateful day on December 7, 1941, told Fox News he never thought he'd see it again.

But a remotely-operated underwater vehicle swam to the depths of the Pacific Ocean where the ship now lay and sent back images of the Arizona's interior and exterior.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Depths of the Pacific Ocean?!?" The Arizona sits on the floor of Pearl Harbor, so shallow that portions of it still emerge above the water!!!!

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