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The Bravest Man Richard O'Kane and the Amazing Submarine Adventures of the USS Tang Review ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é [Read] ➳ The Bravest Man Richard O'Kane and the Amazing Submarine Adventures of the USS Tang Author William Tuohy – HorticultureWn defective torpedoAbove all The Bravest Man is the dramatic story of Bravest Man Richard PDF #205 mavericks who broke the rules and set the pace to become a new breed of hunterkiller submariners who waged a uniue brand of warfare These undersea warriors would blaze their own path to victory–and transform the “Silent Service” into the deadliest fighting force in the Pacifi. Another great book on WWII submarines If you are interested in this area I see no reason why you would not like this The pace was fast and the narrator did a great job

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Captures all the danger the terror and The Bravest ePUB #231 the pulse pounding action of undersea combat as he chronicles O’Kane’s wartime career–from his valiant service as executive officer under Wahoo skipper Dudley “Mush” Morton to his electrifying patrols as commander of the USS Tang and his incredible escape with eight other survivors after Tang was sunk by its o. Awesome narrative history of life on a submarine in the Battle for the Pacific in WW2 Awesome story about an awesome man Listened to the unabridged audiobook on Audiblecom

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The Bravest Man Richard O'Kane and the Amazing Submarine Adventures of the USS Tang“There’s no margin for mistakes Man Richard Epub #220 in submarines You’re either alive or dead”–Richard O’KaneHailed as the ace of aces captain Richard O’Kane winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor for his consummate skill and heroism as a submarine skipper sank enemy ships and saved downed fliers than anyone elseNow Pulitzer Prize winning author William Tuohy. I started this excellent history on December 7th fittingly the 77th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor a day which shall life in infamy An excellent work that traces US submarine warfare in WWII the author follows the exemplary service of Richard O'Kane and those with whom he served I listened to EH Jones read the book and he did a great job despite a couple mispronunciations including Nuke u ler instead of Nuclear He has a great voice for a military story By reading this book you will get a fantastic insight into the details of submarine warfare in that conflict The reader might also consider Sink 'Em All by Charles A Lockwood Silent Service of World War II and Thunder Below by E Fluckey all contemporaries of Mr O'Kane I think it would be interesting to get their perspectives on the same events