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Critique: Impressively well written, organized and presented, "Fremantle's Submarines: How Allied Submariners and Western Australians Helped to Win the War in the Pacific" is an exceptionally informed and informative military history and one that will prove of enduring value and interest to scholars and non-specialist general readers with an interest in World War II submarine warfare.
Submariners hoisted the flag just as they passed the boom outside a home port, lowering it at sunset.
Once we got qualified, they were glad for us the same way they had been glad for hundreds of submariners before.
Lieutenants Maxine Stiles, Alexandra Olsson and Penny Thackray, who have become the first female submariners to serve in the Royal Navy <B CPOA(Phot) Thomas McDonald/MoD/C
Lt Thackray and her colleagues Maxine Stiles and Alexandra Olsson have completed months of specialised training to earn their "Dolphins" the clasp worn by qualified submariners becoming the first women in the 10-year history of the Navy's Submarine Service.
Scott's riveting narrative brings these submariners to life and draws readers into the naval strategies of the Pacific.
Valentin Savitsky, the captain of B59, was convinced the nuclear war had already started and demanded that the submariners launch their torpedo, and save some of Russia's pride.
has officially revealed the Rolex Submariner as the best seller for the 2011 holiday season.
A SECRET military report on the nuclear submarine where two sailors were gunned down says submariners suffer "quality of life issues" due to design blunders.
Lieutenant -Commander Fraser was decorated with one of the last two Victoria Crosses to be awarded to Royal Navy submariners in World War II, for an attack he made on a Japanese warship in 1945.
Reed, a former US naval diver and submariner, interviewed over 200 navy divers, espionage operatives, submariners, and government officials regarding their most exciting Cold War missions.
BESS represents the pinnacle of the submarine training pipeline and is designed to train prospective submariners in the basic knowledge and skills upon which operational submarine commands can build competence and proficiency in operating and maintaining submarines and all their systems.