Into Enemy Waters

GI’s called them “half fish, half nuts.” Today, we call them Navy SEALs.

Discover the forgotten story of the elite World War II frogmen who became the Navy SEALs. Outfitted with just swim trunks, fins, and dive masks, the  swimmers braved fierce enemy fire as they scouted enemy island fortresses, from the bullet-swept lagoon of Saipan, to the black sands of Iwo Jima, to the shark infested reefs of Okinawa, to the cold waters of Tokyo Bay.

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