Scorpion Down: Sunk by the Soviets, Buried by the Pentagon: The Untold Story of the USS Scorpion

September 2007
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Sep2007, Vol. 133 Issue 9, p78
Conference Proceeding
The article presents comments of Ed Offley on review of his book "Scorpion Down," by Jim Bryant. It also presents comments of Peter G. Claymore on the matter. Offley says that he was disappointed by Bryant's intemperate and vicious attack not only on his book, but on his professional reputation as well. Claymore thinks that Bryant did a better job of researching his review of Offley's book on the loss of the USS Scorpion than the author did in writing the book originally.


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