Army & Navy: Answers on the Atlantic

The U.S. had not yet found the right answer to the big question: Whose ocean is the Atlantic? Nazi submarines still poked in past the screening patrol of warships and airplanes, still ripped great mortal holes in precious U.S. merchant hulls.

Some new answers were on the way. The initials were K2, PC and PT. With enough of these the U.S. could absolutely dominate all of the nearby Atlantic, and the main Atlantic Fleet could concentrate on the farther reaches. Kas are blimps, nonrigid airships, capable of patrolling an area of 2,000 square miles...

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