Steven Trent is the author of The Rescue: A True Story of Courage and Survival in World War II, published by John Wiley and Sons.
Steven Trent Smith talked about the fleet submarine USS Crevalle and the Americans it rescued in 1944 during WWII on Negros Island, off of the Philippines. He also talked about the story of secret Japanese documents picked up by the Crevalle, which turned out to be Japanese war plans for the destruction of the American fleet at sea. Mr. Smith also spoke about his career as a freelance television videographer for over 30 years and his interest in submarines. He was joined by Chief Yeoman of the Crevalle Al Dempster and rescued American Bill Real.
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Al Dempster Chief Yeoman U.S. Navy->USS Crevalle
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