Indianapolis was deemed fit for duty She was call upon to carry out a secret mission that only the highest-ranking officers knew the details about. The Indianapolis sailed to California to pick up parts and enriched uranium that would be used to build “little boy”, the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima. After a successful unloading at Tinian She was directed to join the battleship USS Idaho in the Philippines to prepare for the invasion of japan. On 10 July the Indianapolis was steaming towards Japan from the US base in Guam when just around midnight She was struck with two torpedoes fired from a Japanese submarine. With in twelve minuets she sank bow down listing to the starboard side.
Cooper. On November 24, 1971, shortly after takeoff from Seattle, Washington, a man in seat 18c of Northwest Orient Airlines handed the flight attendant a note that started one of the most famous cases in FBI history (Pasternak). The man’s name, at least according to his ticket, was Dan Cooper (Mysterious Disappearances in U.S. History), and the note claimed that he had a bomb and that he would detonate it unless his demands were met (Pasternak). Cooper demanded $200,000, four parachutes, and “no funny stuff” (Brad Meltzer's Decoded). At the Seattle-Tacoma Airport, in Tacoma, Washington, he released thirty-six passengers and two crew members once his demands were met (Pasternak).
“Gentlemen Your Verdict” by Michael Bruce, is a story that begins in a court room. The men in the courtroom were survivors of a submarine crash. There were 20 men in the submarine originally at the beginning of their trip. But when they crashed at the bottom of the ocean, the captain estimated that it would take a week for rescue, and the crew had 3 days of air. Someone had to go, but whom?
Jack has been falsely accused of stealing a very expensive diamond necklace and is handcuffed to a pipe in the bottom of the ship. Rose, instead of going on a lifeboat to safty, goes to rescue Jack. Something sad and supperising happens in the end of the movie though. Btw, the sinking of the Titanic is real. It happened on April 14, 1912 which is why the movie is comming out in 3d in honor of the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking.
I will discuss three topics areas that will demonstrate the context for the artifact: JFK as a rhetor, the occasions on which the rhetoric was presented and the audience to whom the rhetoric was addressed. Background John Fitzgerald Kennedy graduated from Harvard University in 1940 and shortly thereafter joined the Navy. While serving in WWII, his PT boat was rammed and sunk by a Japanese destroyer; Kennedy suffered critical injuries, but still managed to get him and other survivors to safety. Kennedy became a Democratic Congressman in the Boston area and then progressed to the 1953 Senate (JFK). John F. Kennedy was elected the youngest and first Roman Catholic President of the United States on November 8, 1960.
The hurricane hits the Outer Banks, and a ship sunk and was drowning. There were people in the ship, and the surf men rescued a baby boy, his mother, and two other sailors. Nathan’s realize that he could never be able to do what the surf men were doing, but he helped the baby and the injured sailor because he learned what to do in the medical books. Name of protagonist: Nathan, Mr. Etheridge, Mr. Meekins, Mr.Pugh, Mrs.Gardiner Conflict: The conflict of the story is that the surf men went rescued sailors whose ship sunk and were drowning in a storm, but it was hard to save them. Resolution: The resolution is that surf men could save everybody from the ship and Nathan helped the rescuers thanks to what he learned from the medical books.
Juno Beach 5:00 am, June 6 1944 a 17 year old German solider sat in his pillbox with his 2 friends early in the morning looking at the balloons over the horizon waiting for the allies to send their landing craft for the invasion. It was foggy that morning so there was little visibility for anyone to see. Their commanding officer walked in to check on them, and then he left to check on other soldiers in different bunkers and trenches. at 6:00 am the commanding ran into the pillbox and yelled “the Canadians are coming get that MG-42 ready to fire!” the first soldier said in confusion “but sir there’s nothing out there.” “Trust me there’s more than you think son” the officer said “Just remember your training boys and you’ll be ok.” “I need
The sniper, Bertis, explains his motives to the group and a teenager, Max, blindly finds his way to the hotel lounge after chemicals get into his eyes and all over his skin. In the final chapter, The View from Daffy Ducks hole, Karen, the single mother, tends to Max’s wounds. Upon Rachel’s discovery that Bertis is Leslie Freemont’s son, she is shot in the chest, but does not die. The sniper, however, dies from an allergic reaction when he uses the rifle Rick sprinkled with peanut dust. Player One then reflects on the novel and reveals the groups fate.
David Diment Block 7 October 5th 2012 Journey to America and beyond. Ann Elizabeth Harris was born May Fourth, 1932 in Essex, England. She spent the early years of her child hood there, in Essex, before moving to London around 1939, or the start of World War 2. While in London she survived the nightly bombing raids of the Nazi’s Luftwaffe that pummeled London. It was then in 1944 she moved across the ocean to American, settling in the Detroit metropolitan area with her family.
Japanese younger pilots with less combat experienced were strictly train not to waste their payloads in small targets as Carlisle illustrate in his book, and within minutes after the Japanese firing machine guns, dropping bombs and torpedo payloads they had hit all the battleships targets in the harbor. The USS Oklahoma was hit with nine torpedoes turn turtle and sink, killing 415 of her crew. He also says, a modified armor piercing bomb drop and hit the USS Arizona ammunition magazine and ignite a million and half pounds of explosives that tremble an indescribably fearful massive explosion and concussion, at an instant killing 1,171 of her crew including Admiral Kidd and Captain Van Valkenburgh (13). The USS Arizona suffers the most casualties of any of the battleship and made up over half of the total casualties of Pearl