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1 Cmdr. Scott Waddle (ret) with Ken Abraham The Right Thing
Nashville, TN Integrity Publishers 2002 1591450356 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
Against the Advice of his Lawyer, Against the Direction of the Navy, Scott Waddle followed his conscience. When a U.S. nuclear submarine collided with a Japanese fishing boat in February 2001, the story made international headlines. Navy Commander Scott Waddle, captain of the USS Greeneville, was at the center of the controversy. This is his firsthand, never-before-published account of that fatal moment and the heartbreaking events that followed. Unlike many other leaders in the public eye who have denied or made excuses for their behavior, Waddle stood boldly and took complete responsibility for his actions. The support of his family, and his steadfast faith in God, strengthened him through his horrible ordeal. And his deep remorse has compelled him to offer a sincere apology to the victims' families. Waddle's pursuit of integrity against all odds is not only dramatic reading, but provides an inspiring challenge to anyone facing difficult choices in life. 
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2 Cmdr. Scott Waddle with Ken Abraham The Right Thing: The Untold Story of the Deadly Collision of the Nuclear Submarine USS Greeneville with a Japanese Fishing Vessel, and One Man's Courageous Decision
Nashville, TN Integrity Publishers 2002 1591450365 / 9781591450368 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
When a U.S. nuclear submarine collided with a Japanese fishing vessel in the spring of 2001, the story made national headlines. Navy Commander Scott Waddle, former captain of the U.S.S. Greeneville, was at the center of the controversy. This is the first-hand, never-before-published account of that fatal moment and the heart-breaking avalanche of events that followed. 
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