PUSHING THE LIMITS: The Remarkable Life and Times of Vice Adm. Allan Rockwell McCann, USN
During his four decade naval career, spanning two world wars, Admiral McCann was widely revered as a very efficient, competent officer who succeeded in many endeavors but who did not boast of them or seek self-promotion. The author has written an overdue recognition of a significant admiral who has been all but ignored in naval history. Photos.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 3816613
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