Sea

Flying Lifeboat

Issue Number: 5662

Most men of the RAF Coastal Command were brave and determined, totally dedicated to their job of saving countless ditched aircrews. But Australian navigator Red Dooley thought otherwise — he’d been posted from Bomber Command and he reckoned he was wasting his time and missing out on the real action. But Red was about to […]

The Fighting Fisherman

Issue Number: 5642

Trawler crews may not look as smart or disciplined as the men of the Royal Navy, but they have an instinct about the sea that is bred in their bones. So when war broke out, the Germans began sowing mines in Britain’s vital shipping lanes, many of these fishing boats were given a new and […]

Sink the Tiger

Issue Number: 5641

It’s mid-1943 and the unthinkable has happened —HMAS Tiger has been captured by a vengeful Japanese captain who is now using the Tribal‑class destroyer to create havoc amongst allied shipping. The Australian Navy’s most experienced destroyer commander, John Griffin, is called in to solve the problem, his orders: “SINK THE TIGER!” But Griffin knows something […]

Atlantic Veteran

Issue Number: 5636

Commander Ernst Strubler —ace U-boat captain with a list of kills as long as your arm, a veteran of the fearful battles of the Atlantic convoys. Lieutenant Dave Moore of the Royal Navy —second‑in‑command of a sub‑killing corvette. He was another veteran —he’d seen his first ship sunk by the U‑boat, and barely escaped with […]

Attack from the Sea

Issue Number: 5631

What started out as a well‑planned raid on the North African coast by a crack force of British Commandos had developed into a nightmare chase across the desert. There was one among them with a grudge against all Germans. He had wrecked the mission and now he was steadily wrecking any chances of survival. The […]

North Sea Fury

Issue Number: 5621

In 1940, Erik Jacobsen and his father Harold worked on a fishing boat called “Agnetha”. Their life was peaceful until one day, it was spotted by a German Heinkel 111 hellbent on vengeance! For not long before, this Heinkel had been forced to crash-land after being shot up by a fishing boat named “Agatha”. Well, […]

Silent Danger

Issue Number: 5614

Out of the murky depths they came, wreaking havoc in Gibraltar harbour, daring to defy the British defences, bringing death and destruction to the British Fleet. In silence they appeared… then vanished. They rode on torpedoes, faceless phantoms of the deep. Who were they? All the British knew was that the situation was desperate and […]

Into The Attack

Issue Number: 5610

Commanded by Lieutenant Terry Horton, the sleek motor torpedo boat sped into the attack, guns blazing and torpedoes ready to launch at the German convoy ahead. But he didn’t just have the enemy to contend with, for in this crack flotilla there was another skipper who was doing his best to blacken Terry’s name —and […]