Telephones jangled all over Washington within a few hours after the Post last week headlined on Page One: A-SUBMARINES HELD UNFIT FOR BATTLE NOW.
Among those trying to find out about the story were Defense Secretary Charles Wilson, AECommissioner Lewis Strauss and President Dwight Eisenhower. Cause of the excitement was a deliberate "leak" from the office of Rear Admiral Lewis S.
Parks, the Navy's chief of information and distinguished submariner in World War II, who should have known better.
A Parks aide and fellow submariner, Commander Slade Cutter, onetime Annapolis football hero...