Landlubbers may wonder what a battleship band
does when it is not tootling and drumming. The Navy told them last
week. The 21 men in the band of the Arizona, sunk at Pearl Harbor, went
down with the ship. They died at their battle stations in one of the
most dangerous spots on a warship-passing ammunition in the clangorous
bowels of the turrets.
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