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Topic - Imperial Japanese Navy
::For Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force (1954– ), please see that article. - Source: Wikipedia
"Intrepid Aviators" is an incredibly well-researched story. Its scope is awesome and the writing superb. Ostensibly, it covers the battle experiences of the USS Intrepid through September, October and November of 1944, but it also does much more.
As we mark the 70th anniversary of Imperial Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor of Dec. 7, 1941, America is on the verge of committing the same mistakes that helped plunge our nation into its most grievous war.
Today, lets look at military technology and the Persian Gulf. The column's subtitle might be, "Little fast stuff versus big strong stuff." There is talk that President Bush may order naval forces in the Gulf to attack Iran. What would happen if he did?