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USS Apogon SS-308
by Larry Roth
SeaWolf Productions  2002

Cover Price: $30 each
Language: English

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Underwater Shipwreck CD-ROMs & DVDs

This CD-ROM is encoded in the Windows Media Player format (WMV) and MPEG format, for playback on your computer. The disc is narrated by series creator, Andy, overtop a musical bed. The quality of the underwater photography is superb in terms of steadiness and light quality.  All the footage is crystal clear and smooth for viewing.

USS Anderson DD-411
Explore USS Anderson DD-411 that participated in the Coral Sea, Solomons, Navy Task Forces and but was damaged off Leyte by a Kamikaze attack.  She survived the war, and earned 10 battle stars. It was selected as a ship for the Bikini Atoll atomic able test, and sunk in 170' of water, on her port side. The footage explores each portion of the ship, from gun and torpedo mounts, screws, and hull of the ship. Beautiful coral life covers the surfaces of the wreckage as well. Total running time: 24:30

USS Apogon SS-308
The submarine USS Apogon SS-308 survived the war and a successful career in the Pacific, including six battle stars, and campaigns to the Truk Atoll and Kurle Islands. The documentation explores the intact submarine, settled upright on the sea floor.  Both the interior and exterior are explored in stunning detail.  Total running time: 17:40

All videos are available on DVD / VHS / CD-ROM from SeaWolf Productions.  A complete collection of videos on Bikini Atoll, other war wrecks and Truk Lagoon is coming soon, also, visit the Shipwreck Museum Website.

Review by  Justin Taylan  

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