What happened to the Scorpion

McDonald, C. A. K.
June 1999
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jun99, Vol. 125 Issue 6, p32
Conference Proceeding
Relates the assumed events which led to the sinking of the USS Scorpion, military submarine which sank in 1968.


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