All Hands Down: The True Story of the Soviet Attack on the USS Scorpion

All Hands Down: The True Story of the Soviet Attack on the USS Scorpion

Kenneth Sewell, Jerome Preisler


From Ken Sewell, the writer of Red celebrity Rogue, and Jerome Preisler, the writer of Code identify Caesar and co-author of the Tom Clancy's strength Plays sequence, comes a arguable account of the destruction of the USS Scorpion, the nuclear submarine that sank with ninety-nine crewmen aboard in 1968--an occasion that used to be formally attributed to coincidence.
The tragedy of the USS Scorpion--and the lingering secret of what prompted it to sink in 10,000 ft of water at the japanese fringe of the Sargasso Sea--has been broadly written approximately. All palms Down shows how the Soviet plot to specific revenge for the lack of a Russian sub was once carried out and explains why the reality of the assault has been formally denied for 40 years. Sewell and Preisler debunk a number of reputable causes for the tragedy and produce to existence the private tales of a few of the boys who have been misplaced whilst Scorpion went to the ground.

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