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An American ocean exploration team has the world's deepest known shipwreck for the first time. The ship is a World War II US Navy battleship the USS Johnston. It was by the Japanese Navy on October the 25th, 1944 during the Battle of Samar in the Philippine Sea. The wreck now on the ocean floor at a depth of around 6,456 metres. The film crew to go down to that incredible depth and darkness and map and film the whole shipwreck. They filmed the ship from a specially submersible that can with the pressure of the deep ocean. They it was about 30 metres deeper than previously . The filming place during two eight-hour dives.

The explorers from a company called Caladan Oceanic. Its founder Victor Vescovo, a former US Navy commander. He a passion for adventure and for some of the world's hardest-to-get-to places. He the record for being the first person ever to to the top of all the world's continents, both poles, and the bottom of all the world's oceans. Mr Vescovo said the mission to film the USS Johnston a personal one because that ship and his submersible were in the same shipyard and both in the US Navy. He said: "As a US Navy officer, I'm proud to have helped bring clarity and closure to the Johnston, its crew, and the families of those who on it."

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