Scoring a torpedo hit on an enemy ship requires timing, intuition, and luck. Faced with an oncoming enemy destroyer aiming to ram its hull, the USS Wahoo needs all three. It’s January 1943 in the Pacific and American submarine skipper Dudley Morton is just 10 days into his first patrol aboard USS Wahoo. His mission: to sink Japanese ships and disrupt supply lines.
Why Submarine Battle is Extremely Tricky