Lincoln man tells Japanese SuperSub stories

 

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Like other submarine officers, Harry Arvidson never spoke about his year working in one of America's most effective and most secretive World War II machines. "They called it the silent service," Arvidson said. "For years, we didn't talk about how they worked or what they did." Six decades later, the 85-year-old Lincoln man is finally getting a chance to tell his story in a PBS documentary, "Secrets of the Dead: Japanese SuperSub," which premieres Wednesday. Arvidson was one of just 44 Americans who boarded the Japanese I-400 submarine after the country surrendered in August 1945. Along with...



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