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Brotherhood of Doom: Memoirs of a Navy Nuclear Weaponsman by Jim Little

Brotherhood of Doom: Memoirs of a Navy Nuclear Weaponsman

by Jim Little

436 pages
Memoirs of Nuclear Weaponsman's 30-year career working with the "Bomb".

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About the Book
Brotherhood of Doom: Memoirs of a Navy Nuclear Weaponsman, provides a look inside a national program that was shrouded in secrecy, during the Cold War. The book details the dedication and patriotism of a small group of sailors that were denied much of the liberty, and freedoms their fellow citizens enjoyed, to insure the survival of America in the event of a nuclear war. Emphasized throughout the book is the extraordinary effort of nuclear weaponsmen to handle and maintain these weapons of mass destruction with safety, and to continually strive for perfection. The book is an effort to honor the many outstanding, and colorful sailors Jim Little served with over a thirty year period, and to educate the American public about a national program that little is known about, a program all citizens should be thankful for. The job of navy nuclear weaponsman no longer exists, and Brotherhood of Doom is an attempt to preserve this important story of the American military. The book also details a seventeen-year-old navy enlistee’s journey in the navy from the time of President Eisenhower’s administration, to that of President George H. Bush, and the many personality changes our nation and the U.S. Navy went through during this time.

 

 

About the Author
Jim Little completed a 30-year naval career, which included the Cuban Missile Blockade, Gulf of Tonkin Incident, and five deployments during the Vietnam War. His assignments as a nuclear weaponsman ranged from an assemblyman, to a position as an officer responsible for over one-third of the nation’s nuclear stockpile.

 

 

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