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  • Neptune's Asylum

  • Sea Stories from the 1980s U.S. Navy
  • By: Kim Kipling
  • Narrated by: Kim Kipling
  • Length: 6 hrs and 54 mins

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Neptune's Asylum

By: Kim Kipling
Narrated by: Kim Kipling
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Publisher's Summary

Have you ever served in the US Navy? Do you know someone who has? Have you ever wondered what shipboard life was like? Then this is the audiobook for you!

The author served in the US Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer, in the waning days of the Cold War. In this series of 62 Sea Stories, he takes us on an enjoyable journey back to that very different time in US Navy history. He tells it like it was, and no one is spared. Some of the stories are hilarious. Some are tragic. Some are a sobering reminder of the dangers, difficulties, and stresses of naval sea service. All together, they frame an unforgettable portrait of Navy life in the 1980s. Even so, Sailors serving today will recognize much that hasn't changed a bit.

Welcome aboard to Landlubbers, Pollywogs, Shellbacks, Old Salts...and everyone in between. 

©2022 Kim Kipling (P)2022 Kim Kipling

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