02 August 2017

“Companion book: “Normandy: A Father’s Ship and a Son’s Curiosity”

During this week in 1945, the PC 552 was getting a complete overhaul before moving on to the Pacific war. What did you do this week?

The PC 552 spent this month at the Charleston Navy Base getting a complete overhaul before moving on to give hell to the Japanese. Now that the war in Europe was over, the United States was anxious to keep relentless pressure on the Japanese so no money was spared to get the ship ready for the coming onslaught.Those of us who have come home from serving overseas know the feeling this statue invokes. The sailor is desperately hugging his beautiful wife and never wants to let her go. She is returning the feelings. The son is trying to get in on the action but parents who love their children, love and are loving to the children’s other parent first.

Those of us who have come home from serving overseas know the feeling this statue invokes. The sailor is desperately hugging his beautiful wife and never wants to let her go. She is returning the feelings. The son is trying to get in on the action but parents who love their children, love and are loving to the children’s other parent first.

At this moment, these people are fully expecting to soon see the sailor off to fight a whole other war after passing through the Panama Canal on his way to the Pacific.

You may find the book at:

Amazon: https://goo.gl/sIwaQO

Barnes and Noble: https://goo.gl/yyaJTD

Createspace: https://goo.gl/x7ynXE

Goodreads: https://goo.gl/ggZRwS

You may contact me directly at: uss.pc.552@gmail.com

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