On Midway Island, 1,300 miles north west of Pearl Harbor, the flag still
flew. As the Navy announced that the enemy had a cruiser and destroyer holed
in his first attack on Dec. 7, the Jap turned up again, this time with
two submarines. The Marine shore batteries hit one pig boat.
The Jap called it a day.
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