Blind Man’s Bluff
Sometimes in literature, the characters in the story make an important contribution to society. In the novel, Blind Man’s Bluff, by Sherry Sontag and Christopher Drew, the brave men and women that served in the Navy’s ‘Secret Service’ did just that. If it wasn’t for them, many more lives would have been lost and more land would be destroyed. They had to endure many hardships and suffer for
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Soviets detonated a nuclear device. This made the anticipated threat that inspired the spy mission real.
As you can see, without these brave officers and subs, our society would have been much different. Some of us might not be here without them. They prevented the Cold War from turning into a Nuclear Holocaust. By tapping the telephone line under the Okhotsk Sea, we got to hear the Soviets plans and stop them before they started.