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Nuke (Don Ward)

Nuke (Don Ward)

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Published by DWard55
My experiences in the Marines and Submarines from 1972 to 1985.
My experiences in the Marines and Submarines from 1972 to 1985.

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Published by: DWard55 on Mar 30, 2010
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 NUKEThe Journals Of D. WardThis Book Is DedicatedToAdmiral Hyman G. Rickover The Father Of The Nuclear NavyA Little Guy With Big Ideas«And The Guts To See Them ThroughAnd to all those brothers lost at sea and at war and at peace.
 
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Index 
Dr. Joyce Brothers on Submariners ± Page 3Preface ± PageChapter 1 - The Marine Corps ± PageChapter 2 - USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633), Patrol #38 ± PageChapter 3 - USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633), Patrol #40 ± PageChapter 4 - USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633), Patrol #42 ± PageChapter 5 - USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633), Patrol #44 ± PageChapter 6 - USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633), Patrol #46 ± PageChapter 7 - USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633), Patrol #48 ± PageChapter 8 - USS Birmingham (SSN 695) ± PageChapter 9 - Torpedo Tech/Shore Duty ± PageChapter 10 - USS Boston (SSN 703) ± PageChapter 11 - USS Boston Two/Post Navy ± PageGlossary Of Bizarre Terms ± Page Appendix A - USS Seawolf (SSN 21) ± Page A Few Photos After The Navy ± Page
 
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"There is nothing dare devilish about the motivation of a man who decidesto dedicate his life to the submarine service. He does indeed take pride indemonstrating he is quite a man, but he does not do so to practice a form of  foolhardy brinkmanship to see how close he can get to failure and still  snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. On the contrary, the aim of theSubmarine Service is to battle the danger to minimize the risk, to take everymeasure to make certain that safety, not danger, is maintained at all times. Are the men in submarines braver than those in other pursuits where the possibility of sudden tragedy is not constant? The glib would be that theyare. It is much more accurate from a psychological point of view, to saythey are not necessarily braver, but that they are men who have a little moreinsight into themselves and their capabilities. They know themselves a lot better than the next man. This has to be so with men who have a healthyreason to volunteer for a risk. They are generally a cut healthier emotionally than others of a similar age and background because of their willingness to push themselves a little bit further and not settle for an easier kind of existence. We all have tremendous capabilities, but are rarely straining at the upper level of what we can do; the United States can be proud and grateful that so many of its sound, young, eager men are enoughabout their own status in life and the welfare of their country to pool their  skills and match them collectively against the power of the sea" -
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