A photo provided by Paul Allen shows one of USS Lexington's 5-inch gun mounts. Nearly 76 years after it sank, the rifling is still visible in the barrel.
Credit: Paul Allen / Getty Images
Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, has put his money into many passion pursuits. Underwater archaeology—specifically, finding ships sunk during World War II—is one of the most prominent.
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