Curtis L. Nelson

Mr. Nelson is the author of Hunters in the Shallows, A History of the PT Boat (Dulles, VA: Brassey's, 1998). The publisher is releasing the book in paperback this spring. Naval History published his analysis of how World War II media shaped the image of the PT boat, "They Were Commendable," in its April 2002 issue.

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