NAVY DIVER by  Victor

NAVY DIVER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A veteran of years of Navy diving gives fascinating glimpses into the select group of men who spend much of their working time underwater. From salvaging wrecks at Pearl Harbor, to fighting off sharks around Australia and the Philippines, to studying atomic bomb results at Bikini in 1947, Karneke's story typifies the life of adventure many Navy livers lend. Not only for Naval buffs but for that whole audience so recently captivated by underwater work and pleasures.

Pub Date: March 19th, 1962
Publisher: Putnam