27 Jan 1942 The Daily Telegam (Adrian Michigan

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27 Jan 1942 The Daily Telegam (Adrian Michigan - the the that personal the they gone "long the...
the the that personal the they gone "long the Far the hostile force had to rely on the planes of a single carrier both for fighter protection and for patrol against the rapier-like Allied thrusts. At no time have the statements reported more than a dozen enemy fighters in the air—a fact which might indicate one of the smaller- sized carriers—and five of these were shot down when they tangled with a flight of U. S. army flying fortresses. Although the main theater of U. S. naval operations was obviously in Macassar Strait at the moment, Admiral Thomas C. Hart wag getting in blows elsewhere with units of tBje Asiatic fleet to keep the enemy occupied. The Navy Department disclosed late yesterday that the fleet's mile- a-minute mosquito torpedo boats had paid a return visit to Subic Bay on Luzon Island In the Philippines and sunk their second 5,000- ton enemy ship in those waters. The first was sent to the bottom in a daring raid on the same harbor last week. are here on of work A. the that in jobs said, classes

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 27 Jan 1942, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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