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Scott's Last Expedition, Volume I By Captain R. F. Scott
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Robert F. Scott's journals from his last expedition to the South Pole. It records the expedition until Scott's death.
Forgotten Hero: The Captain Michael Scott Speicher Investigation By Joseph Frusci
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The investigation of the Captain Michael Scott Speicher case had spanned across eighteen years which started in 1991, but did not finish until 2009. In that time, mistakes were made and carelessness... More > was exhibited, which kept this investigation from accurately coming to a proper conclusion in the early period of the Persian Gulf War. At the end of the prolonged investigation, his remains were found, and the official story, provided by the Department of the Navy, did not match the available facts. The purpose of this research is to show that official story as being false, as well as uncovering the mistakes that were made throughout the investigation.< Less
Forgotten Hero: The Captain Michael Scott Speicher Investigation By Joseph Frusci
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The investigation of the Captain Michael Scott Speicher case had spanned across eighteen years which started in 1991, but did not finish until 2009. In that time, mistakes were made and carelessness... More > was exhibited, which kept this investigation from accurately coming to a proper conclusion in the early period of the Persian Gulf War. At the end of the prolonged investigation, his remains were found, and the official story, provided by the Department of the Navy, did not match the available facts. The purpose of this research is to show that official story as being false, as well as uncovering the mistakes that were made throughout the investigation.< Less
Captain's Blog By Cap'n Scott
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A lot of people dream of setting off on a sailing adventure. I didn't just dream, I did it. I bought a thirty foot catamaran and three months later set off from Baltimore for the Bahamas. I didn't... More > quite make it there, but I did have a lot of fun traveling the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) to Florida and back. Every sailing voyage is different, but I think this book is an honest account of the fun and adventures, as well as the trials and tribulations that I encountered on my voyage.< Less
Captain's Blog By Cap'n Scott
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A lot of people dream of setting off on a sailing adventure. I didn't just dream, I did it. I bought a thirty foot catamaran and three months later set off from Baltimore for the Bahamas. I didn't... More > quite make it there, but I did have a lot of fun traveling the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) to Florida and back. Every sailing voyage is different, but I think this book is an honest account of the fun and adventures, as well as the trials and tribulations that I encountered on my voyage.< Less
Captain's Blog with Comments By Scott Englehart
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How many anchors can one man destroy? How often can he run his boat aground? How many times will loved ones call the Coast Guard to search for him and his boat? These questions and more are answered... More > in The Captain's Blog: one man's attempt to sail to the Bahamas and back. Follow Cap'n Scott's adventures as he fends off Southern Belles, scurvy, rogue tug boats, biker gangs, and of course his ever present nemesis, King Neptune and the Sea. One question persists throughout this gripping true story: Will Cap'n Scott return home safe, or be lost to the sea forever?< Less
Captain's Blog with Comments By Scott Englehart
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How many anchors can one man destroy? How often can he run his boat aground? How many times will loved ones call the Coast Guard to search for him and his boat? These questions and more are answered... More > in The Captain's Blog: one man's attempt to sail to the Bahamas and back. Follow Cap'n Scott's adventures as he fends off Southern Belles, scurvy, rogue tug boats, biker gangs, and of course his ever present nemesis, King Neptune and the Sea. One question persists throughout this gripping true story: Will Cap'n Scott return home safe, or be lost to the sea forever?< Less
Two Captains - A Poem for Robert F.Scott and Lawrence Oates By Benedicta Froelich
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A poem on the events surrounding two of the members of Captain Scott's ill-fated yet pivotal and ground-breaking Terra Nova Polar expedition of 1910-13: 'the Owner' and leader himself, Captain Robert... More > Falcon Scott, and the introvert yet kindhearted army officer, Captain Lawrence E.G. Oates. Two very different men whose sacrifice and courage in the face of death still speak volumes to us - not because they died as heroes, but because they did not think they were acting heroically: they took their own courage for granted, as they did their fear. And that is what to this day still makes them feel so near and real to us.< Less
Targeting Jackson Scott By Brett Bateman
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In the City of New Orleans a murderer by the name of Kill Shot is killing for unjust reasoning. But on detective turn Captain is put on the case. See how a case from 2010 is tied into the recent... More > murders of today and help Captain Scott solve the identity of Kill Shot.< Less
A Great Task of Happiness The Life of Kathleen Scott By Louisa Young
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First published in 1995 by Macmillan, this is the biography of Kathleen Scott, written by her granddaughter the novelist Louisa Young, author of My Dear I Wanted to Tell You (Harper Collins). Famous... More > for being Captain Scott of the Antarctic's widow, Kathleen was also a talented professional sculptor who studied in Paris with Rodin. She led a very adventurous and unusual life for a woman of her time, and made friends with people as diverse as Bernard Shaw, Fritjof Nansen, the WW1 Prime Minister Herbert Asquith and dancer Isadora Duncan. Her sons were Sir Peter Scott the naturalist and writer, and politician Wayland Young, Lord Kennet. The biography is based on diaries Kathleen started in 1910 for Scott to read on his return; after his death she continued writing them, covering politics, exploration, art and her friends and family. 2012 is the 100th anniversary of Scott's last expedition, and this new and revised edition is published in celebration. The Times described the book as 'an enthralling life'.< Less