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"Historian Jan K. Herman tells the dramatic, inspiring, and 'relatively unknown heroic tale' of one small U.S. Navy destroyer escort's participation in Operation Frequent Wind, the evacuation of Saigon. Herman interviewed officers, sailors, and refugees to recount this fascinating story of American courage, resourcefulness, and unselfishness."
"This well-written account of their remarkable achievement is some sort of catharsis not only for them but for many Americans, and is recommended as a striking demonstration of how navies can perform as humanitarian organisations."
--The Naval Review