War and Remembrance - Chapters 28 through 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28 through 32 Summary

Pug, aboard the Northampton, and Warren, above the Enterprise and waiting to fly in his bomber plane, sail for Midway in an effort to intercept the Japanese. The Enterprise is under the command of Raymond Spruance and his men are not happy about his position of authority. They do not believe he is qualified. The pilots are called to their planes but Spruance issues a recall, saying the men will spend hours in their cockpits and should be allowed to remain in a more relaxed atmosphere as long as possible. Warren heads out to battle while Pug watches from the Northampton.

Aaron Jastrow writes that things are more serious than he had first thought. He says Natalie seems paralyzed, unable to make a decision. He is writing his memoirs at this point, called "A Jew's Journey." He notes there is a Turkish ship with British...

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