ARMY & NAVY: New Lungs


The submarine 54, once a coffin for 40 seamen off Provincetown, Mass., now a rescue laboratory stripped of fighting gear, gurgled purposefully down into seven fathoms of blue Gulf Stream water off Key West last week, carrying a trapped crew of 15 volunteers. The U. S. S. Mallard (tender) stood by. After 15 minutes a black buoy bobbed up among the waves. Three anxious minutes crawled by. Then the head of Chief Torpedoman Edward Kalinowski plopped out on the surface. A minute later Lieut. Charles B. Momsen emerged. They were the...

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