As a wood, boat, and history buff, I found this book to be fascinating, humorous at times, telling the story of a little published facet of American WWII history. Well worth the time and money!
great telling of the lives and efforts of these few and brave men taking things in hand to rescue downed airmen in a vast pacific ocean. There voice of the author(s) was a little unclear at times. Looks like skipper lead the story and Jepson’s story shared telling by his son. A little unclear but not an obstacle to the story. Thanks for the telling!
Truly enjoyed learning about this service in WW II. As a Navy man and one who went through the Electric Boat Works in Annapolis in 1945, I was very impressed with the qualities of these smaller crash boats.
The book is plainly written and provides a warm and endearing story behind the men who manned these craft. My constant complaint in any of these books, "I wish there were more photos and pictures."