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It was a secret so extraordinary the future of naval warfare would change forever. It pivoted on the cunning of two very different men and their same hope for freedom. It boiled down to a ruthless Russian submarine crew and the American airmen and commandos sent to hunt them down . . .
Here is the riveting story of how one outsider almost caused the implosion of Russia. From the bitter cold streets of Moscow to deep under the freezing Arctic waters, "Operation Poppy" details the brutal price of naval supremacy: deadly acts of espionage; the staggering loss of life in a clandestine war of subterfuge, politics, and murder; and a spectacular showdown between Spetznatz forces and US Navy SEALs.
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Captain Edward M. Brittingham (USN, Ret.) spent a career hunting enemy submarines for the US Navy. He was a squadron commander of P-3B Orion aircraft until his retirement after 23 years of distinguished service. Now a full-time writer, the Captain is the author of the best-selling book, "Sub Chaser."Review:
"A thriller with the punch of a cruise missile. It's a winner!" -- Rear Admiral William Pendley, USN (Ret.).
"Nail-biting suspense right to its incendiary finish!" -- Rear Admiral Dan Wolkensdorfer, USN (Ret.).
"Strikingly original — a techno-thriller with unforgettable scenes, great characters, authentic military and historical details." -- Captain Richard Michaux, USN (Ret.).
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