National Affairs: Well Done

Sweeping out of Cristobal Harbor, the U. S. Fleet started on a dash for Culebra, one of the Virgin Islands. Having completed its joint war games with the Army, which determined the weakness of the Panama Canal defense, the Navy is now intent on its own maneuvers. The object of the present dash is to carry out such) a maneuver as would be required if our fleet left Panama to meet an enemy approaching across the Atlantic. The aim is to convoy a group of repair ships, mine sweepers, food, fuel, hospital ships and...

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