Francis Duncan

Francis Duncan, a resident of Bethesda, Maryland, and Navy veteran of World War II, was a government historian for more than twenty years. His earlier book on the admiral, Rickover and the Nuclear Navy, published by the Naval Institute in 1990, focused on the admiral's approach to managing a technical program.

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