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Jim Vizigian had seen combat duty in the Pacific for much of World War II, then was transferred back
to the U.S. where he was assigned to the Navy Base, Portsmouth N.H.  His duty was simple - just stay in the
tower and "keep a sharp lookout".  For what, he didn't know - but he soon found out, when he spotted the
German submarine U-805 near shore, waiting to surrender to the U.S. Navy.

Jim watched the incoming German U-Boats in the months after World War II - and he sneaked aboard the
giant U-234, which had 560 kilos of uranium aboard for the Japanese atomic bomb as well as two Me 262
jet fighters in crates and the technological data for the Japanese to begin building these fast fighters.

         
                                 
Vizigian

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