Researchers say they have located the final resting place of one of the most storied vessels of World War II: the USS Harder, Report informs referring to the Business Insider.

The submarine was found more than 3,000 feet underwater at the bottom of the South China Sea, almost intact except for damage to its conning tower, according to the archaeology branch of US Naval History and Heritage Command.

US NHHC confirmed the find on Thursday, crediting data collected by Lost 52, a project dedicated to finding and memorializing all 52 US submarines sunk during the war.

Lost 52 is headed by entrepreneur and ocean explorer Tim Taylor, along with diving entrepreneur Christine Dennison.

They used advanced photogrammetry and underwater robotics to locate and take stunning images of the Harder, which was sunk by Japan off the coast of the Philippines in 1944.

The Harder — sailing under the slogan “Hit ’em Harder” — was sunk on August 24, 1944, after racking up a prodigious number of kills.