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March Anson and Scoot Bailey of the U.S. Navy


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March Anson and Scoot Bailey of the U.S. Navy


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  MARCH ANSON and SCOOT BAILEY

  OF THE

  U. S. NAVY

  _Story by_ GREGORY DUNCAN

  _Illustrated by_ HENRY E. VALLELY

  FIGHTERS FOR FREEDOM _Series_

  WHITMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY

  RACINE, WISCONSIN

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  Copyright, 1944, by WHITMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY

  _Printed in U.S.A._

  All names, characters, places, and events in this story are entirely fictitious.

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  CONTENTS

  CHAPTER PAGE

  I. Farewell to the _Plymouth_ 11 II. Back to School 26 III. Fifty Pounds of Pressure 38 IV. Underwater Escape 51 V. First Dive 66 VI. A Real Submariner 83 VII. Orders to Report 95 VIII. _Kamongo_ 106 IX. Destination— 122 X. Through the Canal 131 XI. Under Way Again 143 XII. Visit to Wake Island 155 XIII. Scoot Meets Two Zeros 169 XIV. Crash Landing 186 XV. Find the Convoy! 201 XVI. Downed at Sea 219 XVII. Attack! 231 XVIII. Depth Charges 242

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  ILLUSTRATIONS

  “She Was a Swell Ship!” Said Scoot 10 “Going to the Sub Base, Sir?” 31 They Filed into the Pressure Chamber 45 Hand Over Hand He Ascended 59 They Watched From the Dock 73 They Inspected the Torpedo Room 89 The Sub Set Off and Submerged 101 “They’ve Made You a Lieutenant!” 113 The Skipper Was at the Door 127 The Big Freighter Came Head On 135 “I Want You to Take Over Ray’s Job!” 149 He Adjusted the Eyepiece and Looked 161 Some Fighters Stayed With the Carrier 177 A Two-Motored Flying Boat Came at Them 193 March Pounded Scoot on the Back 207 The Skipper Was Still Unconscious 225 He Tied Himself to the Strut 233 Scoot Appeared in the Doorway 245

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  _“She Was a Swell Ship!” Said Scoot_]

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  MARCH ANSON

  and

  SCOOT BAILEY

  of the U. S. Navy

 
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