Sink 'Em All Author:Charles A. Lockwood A commander's account of the U.S. Navy's explosive undersea war with Japan. — They were called America's "Silent Service" -- and were as deadly and devastating as they were cunning and covert. From the black day of Pearl Harbor to the brilliant Battle of Midway to the bold and dangerous invasion of the Sea of Japan, the Pacific submarine fleet p... more »l... more »ayed a vital role in the Allied victory.
Charles A. Lockwood, Commander Submarines Pacific, recounts the daring lightning-quick raids, the spy and rescue missions in mine-infested enemy waters, the massive naval engagements and the smashing of enemy convoys. This is the story of American's "wolf packs" prowling the Pacific, dodging depth charges and terrorizing the Japanese with unending salvos of torpedoes. It is a magnificent tribute to the courage, initiative and self-sacrifice of the brave men who fought beneath the sea and gave their lives in the service of the U.S. Navy« less