Halsey’s Typhoon

I’m sailing through Halsey’s Typhoon by Bob Drury and Tom Clavin. It’s the dramatic, true story of how Admiral “Bull” Halsey’s Third Fleet, on its way to protect MacArthur’s troops during their invasion of Mindoro, was beset by typhoon Cobra. Every Navy veteran of World War II, especially those who sailed in the Pacific, will want to read this book.

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