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Sheboygan's Sullivan brothers perished aboard WWII submarines, one which was recently discovered (with video)

10:35 PM, May 26, 2013
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Seventy years ago, during World War II, the Sullivan family in Sheboygan received two telegrams no family ever wants to receive.

Two sons, Donald and Edward, were lost at sea in the span of five months due to the sinking of separate submarines. Until 2010, little was known about the disappearance of either.

Donald Sullivan was a petty officer in the Navy during World War II and served on the USS R-12 submarine when it sank on June 12, 1943, while conducting torpedo training about 10 miles off the coast of Key West, Fla. A total of 42 men were lost that day, including the 21-year-old Sullivan. ...

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