I doubt a great white could apply that power to the hull of a ship. Seals, yeah, watched them be hunted by great whites off South Africa.
His mojo took a big hit after that Des Moines speech.
No shark can punch a hull plate. I used to know the tensile strength numbers but that was a few decades ago. One of your teeth are just about as...
Gunnersmates on watch with M-60s. We didn't sweat it.
Persian Gulf Swim Club.
Not a rebel.
Weren't entelodonts called "the pigs from Hell"?
I've been going to UTexas when in need for years and still haven't seen all the maps.
Yep. But most notable to me is his coaching of the crews who went out to ambush Yamamoto.
FYI you may want to look at comparisons of Wade-Gilles xlations v. Pin Yin's work.
The Monographs may help with spelling.
Holey Wing, Batman!
PCL Maps | The University of Texas at Austin
Have you poked around the Naval History and Heritage Command site?
Be sure to be nice to him while he's still here.
Seems like they let any old dude fly the -38~!
I thought a Roscoe was a handgun, not a loose cannon.
Utexas as a shit ton of maps. The West Point Atlas site is heavy on WWII.