5 edition of Tin can sailor found in the catalog.
|Statement||C. Raymond Calhoun.|
|LC Classifications||D774.S74 C35 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||93014743|
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Jan 26, · The Tin Can Sailors. A simple box of letters home to a sweetheart can provide details about the dangers a sailor faced, the record of a vessel’s path, or a vivid description of the mundane. The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors is a fresh look at the men, ships and events that shaped one of the U.S. Navy’s finest hours, the monumental naval engagements of October , , known collectively as the Battle of Leyte Gulf. The author’s ability to combine official reports and eyewitness accounts in novellike prose makes this Author: Historynet Staff.
Tin Can Sailor: Life Aboard the USS Sterett, - Ebook written by Charles Calhoun. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Tin Can Sailor: Life Aboard the USS Sterett, /5(3). "In The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors, James Hornfischer drops you right into the middle of this raging battle, with 5-inch guns blazing, torpedoes detonating and Navy fliers dive-bombing The overall story of the battle is one of American guts, glory and heroic sacrifice.".
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Navy's Finest Hour is the first full narrative account of the Battle off Samar, which the book's author, James D. Hornfischer, calls the greatest upset in the history of naval dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com: James D. Hornfischer. Tin Can Sailor is a fast-paced book, but it was over too soon.
Cal Calhoun had a storied career on a legendary ship. His narrative was matter-of-fact which belied the sometimes horrific battles the Sterrett was engaged in. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the Pacific war/5.
As one of the "Tin Can Sailors" mentioned in Jim Hornfischer's book, I would like to assure one and all of the authenticity of the content of this book.
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Nov 12, · The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors by James D. Hornfischer This is the third Hornfischer book I have read this year and in addition to a few other books about the U.S. Navy it describes the gallantry of the Navy. He mentions that unlike the ground soldiers Sailors had no foxhole to dive into during attack/5.
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The latest in our book series. Our USS KIDD book has 80 pages of text, drawings, and photos. Written for Tin Can Sailors by internationally known author Robert F. Sumrall. This book details the ship’s history, construction, and equipment.
An outstanding publication that you will find both enjoyable and informative. Mar 29, · James D. Hornfischer, a native of Massachusetts, is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Neptune’s Inferno, Ship of Ghosts, and The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors, which won the Samuel Eliot Morison Award for Naval Literature.
Two of his widely acclaimed works about the U.S. Navy in World War II are selections of the U.S. Navy’s professional reading list/5. Jun 09, · More than eight hundred sailors served aboard the Sterett during her hazardous and demanding duties in World War II.
This is the story of those men and their beloved ship, recorded by a junior officer who served on the famous destroyer from her commissioning in to Aprilwhen he was wounded at the Battle of Tulagi. Swimmers enjoy the waters of Palikula Bay, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides during the campaign for Guadalcanal.
USS Dale was the first destroyer to visit this island, and her sailors were among those modeled by James Michener for his Tales of the South Pacific. Tales from a Tin Can by Michael Olson. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Tin Can Sailor: Life Aboard the USS Sterett, by Charles R.
Calhoun at Barnes & Noble. Tin Can Sailor: Life Aboard the USS Sterett, 2 5 1. by Charles R. Calhoun to read as it had just enough details about the ship to give you a feel of how it was to live and fight aboard a tin can in /5. Tin Can Sailor. 21 likes. Hey guys and gals, are you a current or former "tin can sailor".
If so drop me a line and include a pic of your dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.comers: Tales from a Tin Can is the true story of the destroyer USS Dale (DD ) in the words of the sailors who served on her. These colorful first-person accounts bring. "Tin can sailor" is a term used to refer to sailors on destroyers.
The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors is a book by James D. Hornfischer about the Battle off Samar on October 25,in which destroyers saw off a much larger force of Japanese ships.
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Raymond Calhoun Naval Institute Press,pages. The destroyer USS Sterett (DD) had a distinguished WWII record with the highlight being her performance during the Third Battle of Savo Island on the night of NovemberSterett earned the Presidential Unit Citation for extraordinary heroism during this battle in.
book and one that everyone interested in naval history should read and that every destroyer veteran should have in his personal library. If you read only one destroyer book about the war in the Pacific, The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors should be that book.” —The Tin Can Sailor/The National Association of Destroyer Veterans “An.
Tin Can Sailor. Life Aboard the USS Sterett, By: Called a great book worthy of a great man, this definitive biography of the Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet in World War II is considered the best book ever written about Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.
The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors captures Navy pilots attacking. Mar 29, · Praise for The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors “One of the finest WWII naval action narratives in recent years, this book follows in the footsteps of Flags of Our Fathers Exalting American sailors and pilots as they richly deserve Reads like.
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“This will be a fight against overwhelming odds from which survival cannot be expected. We will do what damage we can.” /5(18).Feb 03, · Praise for The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors “One of the finest WWII naval action narratives in recent years, this book follows in the footsteps of Flags of Our Fathers Exalting American sailors and pilots as they richly deserve Reads like /5().The story of a courageous battle between U.S.
Navy "Tin Can" ships and two of the most powerful Japanese ships in the fleet. The Tin Can sailors fought bravely to secure a victory for the U.S Navy and save MacArthur's invasion force/10(1).