BLIMPS GO AFTER FISH (Sep, 1944)

BLIMPS GO AFTER FISH—finny as well as tin. Mindful of the necessity of a continuing sea-food supply, the U. S. Navy is co-operating with the Office of the Co-ordinator of Fisheries by having its sub-hunting blimps shortwave the location of schools of fish to interested vessels in the area. Patrolling blimps easily spot quarry that fishermen operating on the surface of the water might miss or take hours to locate.

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