By IET Communications
James Downing, 103, is one of the founding fathers of The Navigators, starting in a Bible study with a small group of naval officers and then serving to advance the Gospel as a Navigator leader until the present day.
On December 7, 1941, Downing was serving the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor on the USS West Virginia. In a new book published by NavPress, titled The Other Side of Infamy: My Journey Through Pearl Harbor and the World of War, Downing recounts in intimate detail the events of that fateful morning.
Downing’s unique perspective on Pearl Harbor, World War II, and twentieth-century American history offers insights into how we might live with courage and conviction in our own troubled times. For more information, visit www.navpress.com