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Page v - Bering Sea meet the warm air masses and ocean currents moving eastward across the Pacific, and their interaction produces winds of high velocity, dense fog, rain, mist, and snow.
Page xi - ... enjoyment, as a good book should. If the story as we tell it raises more questions than it provides answers, then we feel it has succeeded, for such reaction is inevitable. In the poignant words of one of Admiral Kimmel's counsels, "Pearl Harbor never dies, and no living person has seen the end of it.