By Daniel V. Gallery
"Walter Mitty in a sailor suit." - Admiral Arleigh Burke
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When it hits the water, it lowers a microphone on a cable out of its bottom and shoves a whip antenna up out of the top. The mike picks up whatever noises there are in the water and feeds them into a radio transmitter that sends them up to the airplane. The flyer is thus able to eavesdrop on the surrounding ocean and to hear propeller noises if there is a submarine down there. The Professor and Judge had the sonobuoy disassembled with its guts all over the table when Fatso came in. " asked Fatso.
I was on sob-marine during the war," said the stranger. " asked Fatso. The stranger spat contemptuously on the floor. "Nyet," he said. " "Oh! A Russian," said Fatso. " "The lieutenant was a zvoloch. " "That'll do it, every time," observed Scuttlebutt. " asked the Russian. "The George Washington," said Fatso. " "It's one of our new Polaris submarines. " asked Fatso. "Yass," said the Russian, beginning to sit up and take notice. "We have the same thing. " asked Sparky. "No. " Sparky looked puzzled.
Well, I'll be dipped in luke-warm gook," observed Scuttlebutt. " "That's exactly where they ain't," conceded Fatso. "They musta gone somewhere else," declared Scuttlebutt, after a moment's thought. "I'll betcha that's right where they went," said Fatso. " "Yeah," said Scuttlebutt. "Maybe they put it in a bottle and thrun it overboard," he added—coming closer to the truth than he knew. "We-e-e-ll," said Fatso. "The last thing the skipper told me was that they were going to Athens from here. So, ...
Cap'n Fatso by Daniel V. Gallery