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The Pacific War was dominated by the navy.  Without the hundreds of thousands of sailors who manned the thousands of ships on both sides, there would have been no land battles. In this episode, written mostly by Sean McIver, James and Scott discuss the life of a common sailor on both the Japanese and the American side.  Pacific Theater sailors endured cramped quarters, hot temperatures, and extended periods of mind-numbing boredom, punctuated by brief periods of terror.  Climb aboard a ship with your James and Scott and enjoy the ride.  Anchors aweigh!

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