TIN CAN MAN
by E.J. Jernigan
978-0-918339-23-2 | Hardcover
| 6 x 9
| 208 pages || illustrated | Acid Free Paper Index | $19.95
A unique, bottom-up look at what our fathers did.
Tom Clancy author
of The Hunt for Red October
... written from the enlisted man's point of view...
fascinating to read, Highly recommended for public for libraries.
The story of World War II in the Pacific as seen through the eyes of a
teen-age sailor aboard the U.S.S. Saufley, one of the most highly
decorated destroyers of the war. "EJ" takes the reader on a first-person tour
of the "Old Navy"-from boot camp in Norfolk, to his first tour aboard the U.S.S.
Washington, through the early months of
the war at sea in
the Atlantic, to a disagreement over liberty policy in New York, to the
brig, to the Sanfley, to the Pacific, to the end of the war. With its unusual
perspective of history and colorful view of men at war, Tin Can Man is an
impressive contribution to World War II literature. Compete with maps and
photographs. it is a must for historians, World War II veterans, and naval
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