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BOOK REVIEW of Brotherhood of Doom: Memoirs of a Navy Nuclear Weaponsman
Ever feel like a dinosaur? Well, due to the current world situation, we have become a dinosaur of a sort. But there is another way of looking at the passing of the nuclear age. We have been members on a unique government project that may well be the only government action that we not only saw in its infant development, but also have watched it grow through its years of peaceful deterrence, and now watch it die from lack of need. Don’t ever sell yourself short shipmates. If it was not for each and every one of your efforts, dedication, and years of hard work in somewhat less than desirable conditions, this great nation of ours would never be in the position to negotiate the arms reduction treaties that are now in front of Congress for ratification. We have always worked under the veil of secrecy, and we will never be publicly thanked for this effort, but you have one thing you can always do. That is simply look into the mirror in the morning and know that you, aside from everyone else, have made it one of the biggest contributions that this country and mankind will ever know.
LCDR Thomas H. Best, Sr., U.S. Navy-Retired
BOOK REVIEW of SWEET & SOUR UNCLE by Julien Lindstrom, GMYC, US Navy Retired:
Jim Little and I have been friends for over fifty years. We were first stationed together in the Navy in 1966 and our paths crossed many times since. I attended his wedding to Carmen and any married couple could only wish to have as solid a partnership as they have. The amazing story of their years long care for Uncle Ralph, and somehow maintaining their love for him throughout all the heartaches he gave them, is incredible. And through these years I never once heard a word of complaint from either of them.
I wish I’d had a book like this to help me deal with the long slide into dementia suffered by my own family member. Knowing what lay ahead could have let me prepare to handle it, and maybe done a better job of it. And maybe it can help someone else who is facing the same challenges.”