A Sense of Honor

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Prentice-Hall, 1981 - Fiction - 308 pages
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Two dissimilar midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy personify the sense of conflict and transition afflicting the academy as it shifts from being a military training school to a college for nuclear engineers and technicians

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JAMES WEBB is the author of six novels, including "Fields of Fire," "Lost Soldiers," and "The Emperor's General," He is also a filmmaker ("Rules of Engagement"), a world-traveled, Emmy Award-winning journalist, and has taught literature at the university level. One of the most highly decorated Marines of the Vietnam War, he served as Assistant Secretary of Defense and Secretary of the Navy during the Reagan Administration. A native of St. Joseph, Missouri, he lives in Arlington, Virginia.

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