The Ingleside NAVY

Pinsky, James
March 2005
All Hands;Mar2005, Issue 1055, p28
Presents information on the fact that the sea-borne mines have wreaked havoc on U.S. warships and account for more than 75 percent of all battle damage to warships since World War II.


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