From the May 1951 magazine.

Convoy

........IN WAR ...IN AA PEACE

Rendezvous at Halifax! Throughout two world wars the ships silently assembled and as silently slipped out into the danger zone. The weak travelled bow-to-stern with the strong. The convoy's pace was geared not to the fastest ship, but to the slowest. Then, defying the terrors of a sub-infested sea, they did together what none could have done alone!

For AAs the comparison is obvious. Alone, each of us was a sinking ship. Always at sea without chart or compass, we floundered in a perpetual fog unable to discern the telltale periscope of our submerged, always invisible enemy!

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