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Mannert L. ‘‘Jim’’ Abele (left) was the skipper of the USS Grunion, which was on its maiden operational voyage when it disappeared in 1942. He left behind three sons in Newton.

After six decades, a submarine's fate may surface

By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / August 17, 2006

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There was no distress call, no indication of enemy depth charges exploding or bulkheads breached, just a dead silence that stretched from a few days into 60 years. (Full article: 943 words)

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