Microsoft Co-Founder Finds World War II Aircraft Carrier USS Lexington Wreckage in Coral Sea | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Microsoft Co-Founder Finds World War II Aircraft Carrier USS Lexington Wreckage in Coral Sea

The Independent reports that the wreckage of the USS Lexington has been discovered in the Coral Sea by a team led by the co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen. The ship which was known as the “Lady Lex” was discovered 3,000 meters below the surface of the Coral Sea, 500 miles off the eastern coast of Australia. The team’s search vessel, the RV Petrel, took photos of the underwater aircraft carrier include aircraft that were extremely well preserved. Photos show that the aircraft had the five-pointed star insignia of the US Army Air Forces on the wings, along with the squadron’s “Felix the Cat” insignia.

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