Vol. 6, No. 3, Mar. 2010

In between power outages and plowing the driveway, I managed to post several new items this month.

Among these is a three-page document on post-war testing of the K-Tube, the electronic listening device used by the chaser fleet. This is particularly interesting in that it shows the continued work on underwater detection devices even after the war. During the war the chaser fleet facilitated a rapid program of design and deployment of listening devices, an important part of the first generation of specialty ASW equipment.

--Todd Woofenden, editor

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