[[ BOOKS ]] ⚣ Typhoon, the Other Enemy: The Third Fleet and the Pacific Storm of December 1944 Author C. Raymond Calhoun – Playutopia.us

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[[ BOOKS ]] ⚣ Typhoon, the Other Enemy: The Third Fleet and the Pacific Storm of December 1944 Author C. Raymond Calhoun – Playutopia.us
  • Hardcover
  • 247 pages
  • Typhoon, the Other Enemy: The Third Fleet and the Pacific Storm of December 1944
  • C. Raymond Calhoun
  • English
  • 04 February 2018
  • 9780870215100

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  1. says:

    Calhoun s Typhoon at 221 reading pages is amazing in that it is part biography, leadership primer, naval architecture text, meteorological text, human interest story and seamanship text rolled into one This is a quick read but a valuable read to anyone interested in ship management, seamanship and leadership There were a few times where I went to my copy of Bowditch to go over what Calhoun was discussing about how to avoid a major storm.What was impressive was that three destroyers were sunk during the December 1944 typhoon and two were sunk because they had a too low metacentric height and this could have been dealt with before the typhoon What this means is that with a big enough roll the ships wouldn t or couldn t recover from the roll and capsize This is what happened to the Hull and Monaghan during the December 1944 typhoon This is important because many writers blame Halsey solely for the loss of the three destroyers While he bears a great deal of responsibility for the losses it is Calhoun s belief that the Bureau of Ships bears a similar amount of responsibility He makes this argument clearly and well The only rebuttal to the argument would be were the Farragut s...


  2. says:

    A very detailed account of the storm encountered by the third fleet in December 1944 Gripping My heart grieved for all those men and ships Paints a clear picture that top commanders made outrageous mistakes that cost ships and men Happens all the time in war though doesn t it WWII is such a big history, and I find trying to delve into specific times battles helps to get context and perspective I m particularly fond of the naval his...


  3. says:

    Highly technical, includes much information on the operation of the fleet prior to the typhoon.

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