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Around the Sub Base at Pearl Harbor, "Mush" Morton and the Wahoo were a legend. Mush, Kentucky-born, was a solid man with a shock of blond hair, a wrestler's shoulders and a jaw like a boulder. The Wahoo was a lean, sinister submarine.

Both were heroes. Swashbuckling Commander Dudley Walker Morton had won three Navy Crosses and the Army D.S.C.; the Wahoo, a Presidential unit citation. In two historic patrols Mush and the Wahoo had sunk 69,000 tons of the Emperor's shipping. Among the U.S. submarine fleet, which has sunk altogether some 355 Jap...

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