A PT boat is a flimsy vessel made of wood, relying on speed and heavy armament to protect itself. Its crew depend completely on each other to operate like a well-oiled machine.
So how does a skipper mould that machine? By driving his men hard or by allowing a bit of give and take?
Two US Navy officers, Ray Danvers and Geoff Cromarty, couldn’t agree about that . . . or much else. But with the Japanese Navy on the attack they too would have to start acting like a team or they would pay the final consequences . . .
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