World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF THE SEAS: K for Killing

Last week the R.A.F. Coastal Command and the U.S. Navy let out a story about one of their most important antisubmarine operations. Over the Bay of Biscay giant, white Liberators keep a constant, 24-hour patrol. They sweep back & forth in a perpetual search to nail subs before they spew out into mid-Atlantic from their pens on the French west coast. During most of the long hours the scanning eye sees only a wilderness of sea and sky.

But at 4 a.m. on a recent morning Liberator B for Baker sighted a surfaced...

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