USS Indianapolis

AUTOGRAPHED BOOK:
Only 317 Survived!
written by the survivors
of the USS Indianapolis

On July 30, 1945, after a mission to deliver parts of the atomic bomb to Tinian island, the USS Indianapolis was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine and sunk within 12 minutes. Of its 1,196 crewmen, approximately 300 went down with the ship.

The remaining 900 or so survivors faced four days of exposure, dehydration, and shark attacks, as they waited for rescue. Only 317 of the Indianapolis’s crew would make it home alive. This book, written by the survivors, tells their incredible stories.

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Click play on the video below to watch a short clip from the film Jaws that explains the history of the USS Indianapolis and what signer Paul Murphy went through . . .
WE ARE
SOLDIERS STILL

autographed by authors
General Hal Moore and Joe Galloway.
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ISLANDS OF THE DAMNED
autographed by K-Company
(K-3-5) Marine R.V.Burgin who fought in the Pacific War!
YOU'LL BE SOR-REE!
autographed by Guadalcanal
Marine Sid Phillips who fought
in The Pacific War!
EASY COMPANY
SOLDIER

autographed by E-Company
veteran Don Malarkey

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General Hal Moore and Joe Galloway's book We Are Soldiers Still