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Great detail, very well written.
I just got done reading about the Wahoo and the hero and skipper Mush Morton with his superb XO Richard H. O'Kane who was promoted to command the sub USS Tang.
I highly recommend this book not only to readers of WWII submarine warfare, but to anybody who likes to read period.
Great read! Incredible story by an Incredible skipper of four Incredible submarine patrols. If I heard anything about Tang's history I didn't recall it so the ending was mind... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kazap
Good story very badly told
Must have sailed past every island in the Pacific
First review gave it 5 stars even trying to sell this junk on another review of another book. Read more
Riveting, fascinating well written by the man who was there!Published 1 month ago by Clarence Novak
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. This is a book about heroes in heroic times. Clearly taken from the Tang's wartime logs the reader is afforded a front row seat in one of the most... Read morePublished 1 month ago by T Corbyons
But I wish when these men wrote their stories, they would include more maps with various points depicted which were referred to in the stories.Published 2 months ago by Louis A. Schwartz
This is the best first-hand account I've read of submarine actions in WW II...and I've read several. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David Payne
A very good read with a surprise ending. Could have provided more detail at times. Real life heroes from one of the greatest generations.Published 3 months ago by J. Martin
Okane described in detail all aspects of life as a WWII submariner. The stalking of enemy ships and submarines was facinating Loved itPublished 4 months ago by William C. Billups