By Leo Block

This booklet describes the lifetime of the enlisted males aboard a Farragut category destroyer through the pre–World battle II years; the struggle training interval in 1941; and the wartime years. It positive aspects first-person narrations accrued from interviews and correspondence with the few last Farragut type destroyer sailors, and in brief describes the evolution of the destroyer and the Farragut classification destroyers, 5 of which survived the war.

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