by J. Scott Harmon
This title explores the man, Cassin Young, whose courage and leadership on December 7th, 1941, won him the Congressional Medal of Honor, as well the ship named for him. That ship would fight and earn honors in both War World II and the Korean Conflict and is now utilized as a museum in Boston Harbor, not far from the USS Constitution Museum.48 pages, Softcover, Pictorial Histories Publishing, 2011
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Naval Institute Press has published its own volume in the naval/maritime/nautical phrase book category. This...
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