Wreckage from a World War Two ship that has been missing since 1945 has been discovered. A team led by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen discovered the wreckage of the USS Indianapolis Friday more than 18-thousand feet below the sea. The heavy cruiser was carrying nearly 12-hundred sailors and Marines when it was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine. While most of the crew survived the sinking, only 316 crewmen were rescued after spending five days in the water. Most died of exposure, drowning and shark attacks.