Scorched Destroyer - Abominoq / Nadimac* - Mixed Thrashing Blood Union (CDr)

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  7. Nov 12,  · The USS Barb was a Gato-class submarine operated by the United States in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. Under the leadership of Commander Eugene B. Fluckey, who would be awarded a Medal of Honor and 4 Navy Crosses for his exploits, the crew of the Barb devastated Japanese shipping during its patrols. The book Medal of Honor describes one of those incredible .

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