Flagship

Flagship A ship comes to life when her crew boards her lights off her boilers turns on her generators and her electronics and then pretties her up and takes her to sea This story follows the amphibious fla

  • Title: Flagship
  • Author: A.J. Converse
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A ship comes to life when her crew boards her, lights off her boilers, turns on her generators, and her electronics, and then pretties her up and takes her to sea This story follows the amphibious flagship USS Eldorado AGC 11, aging veteran of Iwo Jima and Inchon in 1967 as she faces a new kind of war in Vietnam The book tells of life on a US Navy ship through the eyes oA ship comes to life when her crew boards her, lights off her boilers, turns on her generators, and her electronics, and then pretties her up and takes her to sea This story follows the amphibious flagship USS Eldorado AGC 11, aging veteran of Iwo Jima and Inchon in 1967 as she faces a new kind of war in Vietnam The book tells of life on a US Navy ship through the eyes of her crew But it goes deeper by telling a poignant tale linking a man who helped weld her steel plates and later died at Normandy and his son who served on her in the Vietnam combat zone In so doing the story reaches into the very meaning of life.

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      A.J. Converse Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Flagship book, this is one of the most wanted A.J. Converse author readers around the world.

    528 thoughts on “Flagship

    • A detailed. Navy ship storyThe story of life aboard ship was extremely accurate and the characterization was decent. The political comments were similar to my own feelings.


    • As a contemporary of A.J. Converse, but without the military experience he shares with the reader in Flagship, I thoroughly enjoyed this tale that focused on a dozen sailors on a ship in waters off the coast of Vietnam during the height of the American involvement there. The story--told from multiple points of view, but predominantly from that of junior officer Fred Winthrop--included naval jargon that will likely make it ring true to those who lived through the time, but not so much as to distr [...]


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