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By Fred Nesbitt

All fingers standby for the tale that may no longer be told...The fiftieth Anniversary of the 1st and maybe the single Submarine Sea/Air Rescue of the Vietnam Conflict.

The craziest, the funniest Sub/Navy Sea tale written in over 39 years! imagine McHale’s Navy…

and...What the whats up is a FAMILY-GRAM?

Originally, to guard the integrity of the Silent carrier we weren't allowed to inform a person, now not even our moms, the place our Submarine, the USS Charr, was once and what we have been as much as in the course of our time ‘over there’.

During the chilly warfare, the military demonstrated a PR or public family procedure that required each one commanding officer to maintain the family’s of the body of workers lower than his command, trained of his/hers whereabouts and actions, with out revealing whatever that may profit any capability adversary.
The army issued “FamilyGrams”… consequently the title.

Prior to becoming a member of the Submarine army (ours) the writer served as a tech and used to be additionally a well-liked shipboard Rock'n'Roll DJ aboard a mild Guided Missile Cruiser with the Skimmer Fleet.

The timeline is the early 1960's and bears witness to the sundown of not just the Diesel Submarine military yet to the WW II period military as well...on the cusp of Vietnam and pre drugs...

So chill out with this ebook and relax...enjoy the song (click at the hyperlinks) whereas the "Foxx" & his shipmates set sail upon the 7 Seas looking for enjoyable and adventure...and the by no means finishing quest for that elusive diet 'P'.

Please be aware: A proportion of the proceeds from publication revenues should be tendered to USSVI Dolphin Base and the USS Charr Alumni Assoc.


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