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Posted by on Mar 4, 2011 in Kick-Back Friday

Kick-Back Friday: #157

Kick-Back Friday: #157

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Not an innovative TV documentary (certainly not as innovative as its subject), but Azorian: The Raising of the K-129 (2009) is, nevertheless, recommended for telling a little-known or forgotten Cold War event: the CIA’s clandestine project to raise an imploded Soviet nuclear sub (K-129) from the floor of the north Pacific. The project’s code name, Azorian, demonstrated the partial triumph of unprecedented American engineering in the 1970s, while the Russians believed their vessel to be unrecoverable.

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A native East Tennessean, Barbara Martin is a formerly practicing, board-certified neurologist who received her BS (psychology, summa cum laude) and MD from Duke University before completing her postgraduate training (internship, residency, fellowship) at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She has worked in academia, private practice, medical publishing, drug market research, and continuing medical education (CME). For the last 3 years, she has worked in a freelance capacity as a medical writer, analyst, and consultant. Follow Dr. Barbara Martin on and Twitter.