ARMY & NAVY: ARMY & NAVY The Arrow

ARMY & NAVY

The Arrow

The enemy was supposed to be slinking behind some innocent looking isle, hidden behind a veil of mist, when the fleet poured out of Pearl Harbor in a sortie. But there wasn't any enemy, and there wasn't any mist to hide him—it was a perfect day. The fleet was only partly in Pearl Harbor because the harbor needs dredging before the heavy battleships can enter.

Nevertheless, the submarines went out to reconnoitre while the mine sweepers swept the channel and the destroyers sped through, followed by the cruisers....

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