Three Knots to Nowhere: A Cold War Submariner on the Undersea
Frontline follows the author's experiences in the United States
Navy from 1966 through 1972. They include a personal background,
boot camp, electricians school, the U.S. Naval Nuclear Program,
assignment to the USS Henry Clay during an overhaul in Charleston,
S.C., subsequent transit to Hawaii, and deterrent patrols out of
Guam. The work begins with the crew of one of the most powerful
weapons on earth, the fleet ballistic missile submarine, USS Henry
Clay, manning Battle Station Missile. What follows is a fresh
perspective on the secret world of submarine life, ranging from
behavioral insights and humorous anecdotes to many undocumented
attributes of submarine life, exposing aspects of life under the
sea no one else has revealed. This book is the most complete
representation of submarine duty to date, with a high level of
detail. The narrative focuses on the enlisted men--the backbone of
the submarine service.
McFarland & Company
|Country of origin:
Ted E. DuBay
||Electronic book text
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