Author of SILENT KILLERS draws upon expertise as an archaeologist and historian to reveal the riveting history of submarines
James Delgado's new book, Silent Killers, celebrates the history of the submarine
James P. Delgado, Ph.D., is a world-renowned maritime archaeologist and author. During his decades-long career, he has served as President and CEO of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, a museum director, and host of the National Geographic International television series "Sea Hunters." He has attended submarine "flight school," traveled 2 ½ miles down to the bottom of the Atlantic to photograph the RMS Titanic aboard the MIR-2 Finnish-Soviet undersea exploration vessel, and written or edited more than 30 books including the award-winning Khubilai Khan's Lost Fleet; the best-sellers Lost Warships and Across the Top of the World; and most recently, the award-winning Nuclear Dawn.