Digest>Jan/Feb 2009

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Although the crew of the lighthouse buoy tender in 1944 knew they'd be no match against a torpedo fired from a German sub, they did have small arms to protect themselves against a boarding party, or to capture enemy saboteurs trying to enter the country, and the weapons were always well oiled and cleaned.
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Lighthouse Buoy Tender and Lightship Duty in 1944
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