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Submarine!



Jbeck |

An excellent read.

This is perhaps the best written book that i have ever read. it is a first hand account of being picked for sub duty and lasting all the way to the end of the war. i hope that there is a second book that continues on with the story, did he stay in the subs? how long did he stay after the war? bravo zulu to capt. beach.

Ronald j seher |

Well written not a lot of useless fluff. action times make you feel as if ...

My kind of book. well written not a lot of useless fluff. action times make you feel as if you are there.

Buff ewo |

Great action different than lessons in leadership.

Not that ned beach ignored leadership,but it was not his primary thrust. i enjoyed all the first hand stories, but the tale of abacore and cavalla sinking taiho and shokaku, both 50,000 ton aircraft carriers at battle of philippine sea is near to my heart after spending much time aboard cavalla on pelican island in her museum berth and meeting ensign (now captain, usn, ret.) who was aboard as a jr. officer for the battle. (i was 4 years old at the time)