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SUBMARINE LOCATED
(2007-08-24)
(wgvu) - A MICHIGAN MAN WAS ONE OF 70 CREW MEMBERS
WHO WERE CARRIED TO THEIR DEATHS ABOARD A WORLD WAR II SUBMARINE
DISCOVERED WEDNESDAY.
THE USS GRUNION DISAPPEARED 65 YEARS AGO OFF THE ALEUTIAN ISLAND
OF KISKA, ALASKA.
THE DISCOVERY CULMINATES A FIVE-YEAR SEARCH LED BY THE SONS OF
ITS COMMANDER AND MAY ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT THE LAST MOMENTS OF
THE U.S. NAVY VESSEL.
RELATIVES OF 69 OF THE 70 CREW MEMBERS HAVE BEEN FOUND.
THE SEARCH CONTINUES FOR FAMILY MEMBERS OF SEAMAN 2ND CLASS
BYRON ALLEN TRAVISS OF DETROIT.
THE GRUNION PATROLLED THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS DURING THE EARLY
MONTHS OF THE WAR.

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