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August 1945: Commanding Officer Captain Charles B. McVay III being interviewed by reporters at Guam.



August 8, 2006: Survivors from the USS Indianapolis CA-35 lay a wreath at the Indianapolis Memorial in
Indianapolis, Indiana to remember those lost on the ship and the survivors who have passed away since the
last reunion.



September 26, 2008: Survivor Seaman 1st Class George E. Laws speaks with Pearl Harbor survivors
Sterling Cale, Alfred Rodriguez and Herb Weatherwax at the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.



October 1, 2008: The ashes of survivor Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Eugene S. Morgan are committed to the
sea by his grandson Machinist's Mate 1st Class Jason Witty from the USS Ohio SSGN-726 near the spot where
the USS Indianapolis CA-35 was sunk. Morgan passed away from a heart attack in June 2008 and requested
to be buried with his shipmates.



October 1, 2008: A salute is fired in honor of survivor Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Eugene S. Morgan from the
USS Ohio SSGN-726 as his ashes are committed to the sea.



July 25, 2010: Captain Edward B. Seal, commanding officer of USS Emory S. Land AS-39 and his crew seen during a remembrance service for the USS Indianapolis CA-35. Capt. Seal is about to lay a lanyard wreath at the last known position of the Indianapolis. USS Emory S. Land passed over the last known position of the Indianapolis while en route to Diego Garcia, the new homeport for Emory S. Land.





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