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    NOAA and its research partners are surveying, for the first time since they sank more than 70 years ago, the remains of two ships that were involved in a convoy battle off North Carolina during World War II.

NOAA and its research partners are surveying, for the first time since they sank more than 70 years ago, the remains of two ships that were involved in a convoy battle off North Carolina during World War II. John McCord, UNC Coastal Studies Institute NOAA - Battle of the Atlantic expedition
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Sunken WWII U-boat is ‘tomb for those ... we fought,’ first researchers to see it say

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