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The Loss and Rediscovery of USS Indianapolis (CA-35)

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Maryland Historical Trust

100 Community Place

Crownsville, MD 21032

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The Maryland Department of Planning, Maryland Historical Trust's Maryland Maritime Archaeology Program continues celebration of its 30th anniversary with Captain William Toti:


The Loss and Rediscovery of USS Indianapolis (CA-35)

William Toti, retired US Navy officer, writer, and photographer, served as the final captain of the Los Angeles-class submarine USS Indianapolis (SSN-697) and is known for his role in the exoneration of Charles B. McVay III, captain of the World War II cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA-35).

Captain Toti will present an overview of the loss and rediscovery of USS Indianapolis (CA-35) and the effort to exonerate Captain McVay. This promises to be a fascinating lecture!

Location: 100 Community Place, Crownsville, Maryland 21032

Doors Open: 6:00 pm

Lecture Begins: 6:30 pm

Early registration is strongly encouraged, seating is limited.

Questions ? susan.langley@maryland.gov

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