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The Naval Institute Press Spring 2016 Catalog is now available.

Check out new titles in the areas of fiction, operational history, cyberwarfare, strategy, espionage, leadership, and more.

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“Fraser possesses the sort of leadership skills that are crucial in the business world. ... It is my belief that serving as a captain in the U.S. Navy helped to instill in him a real sense of responsibility and discipline, both of which were essential in his success as a senior advisor in our company. Damn the Torpedoes! is a unique and insightful book on leadership.”
Ted Turner, CNN founder and chairman, Turner Enterprises

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"In early 19th century America, a man's honor could be worth more than life itself. In this rousing novel, Chuck Pfarrer gives us a hero who loses his country but not his honor. A gripping, imaginative treatment of a famous old tale—it will pull you in and carry you to its bittersweet end."
—Evan Thomas, author of John Paul Jones and Sea of Thunder

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“Colonel Reeder's story of how he became the last soldier captured by the enemy in South Vietnam and how he endured captivity and then a forced march north up the Ho Chi Minh Trail is awe-inspiring. His will to survive, and the courage and sacrifice demanded of him, make this book hard to put down.”—Joseph L. Galloway co-author ofWe Were Soldiers Once...and Young and We Are Soldiers Still

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