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On October 27, 1962 – called Black Saturday by the Kennedy White House – the USS Cony surfaced B-59, a Soviet submarine. Gary Slaughter, a 22-year-old U.S. Navy officer, studied the sullen face of...

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Original Title
Sea Stories: Memoir of a Naval Officer (1956-1967)
ISBN13
9780974420660
Edition Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
283 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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On October 27, 1962 – called Black Saturday by the Kennedy White House – the USS Cony surfaced B-59, a Soviet submarine. Gary Slaughter, a 22-year-old U.S. Navy officer, studied the sullen face of Capt.

Vitali Savitsky, his sworn enemy, at a distance of only 200 feet. His mission? To dissuade Savitsky from launching a torpedo – with a nuclear tip that could have precipitat On October 27, 1962 – called Black Saturday by the Kennedy White House – the USS Cony surfaced B-59, a Soviet submarine.

Gary Slaughter, a 22-year-old U.S. Navy officer, studied the sullen face of Capt. Vitali Savitsky, his sworn enemy, at a distance of only 200 feet.

His mission? To dissuade Savitsky from launching a torpedo – with a nuclear tip that could have precipitated an all-out nuclear exchange that would have destroyed the world. Other vignettes include: A boiler explosion kills two sailors aboard a destroyer where Slaughter served as engineering officer.

A perplexing situation develops in the Engineering Log Room when a naïve Yeoman uses his initials, FRT, to reclassify hundreds of Navy documents. In an apparent suicide attempt, a sailor, fueled by too many beers, jumps into the icy waters off the coast of Portland, Maine.


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