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Here is a naval yarn from John MacLean, Georgetown, Ont.:

Engaged in NATO exercises off Bermuda, the Canadian aircraft-carrier Bonaventure overtook an old American submarine recharging its batteries on the surface. The sub was making about eight knots, close to her maximum speed.

The Bonnie flashed a signal to the sub: “We are making 18 knots. Would you care to accompany us?”

The sub signalled back: “We are preparing to submerge. Would you care to accompany us?”


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