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Return of the Seventh Carrier
Return of the Seventh Carrier
Author: Peter Albano
OUT OF A BYGONE ERA ... — During the violent, bloody years of World War Two the Japanese aircraft carrier YONAGA sat frozen in an icy Arctic graveyard. Now, more than four decades later, the mighty warship once again prowls the oceans. But the face of the enemy has long since changed. And the promise of destruction looms on a new horizon. — ... IN...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780821720936
ISBN-10: 0821720937
Publication Date: 6/1/1987
Pages: 396
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Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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From book cover: With the war technology of the former superpowers still crippled by Red China's orbital defense systems, a terrorist beast runs rampant across the planet. Out-armed and outnumbered, the target of crack saboteurs and fanatical assassins, only the Yonaga, its brave samurai crew and the many brave airman from across the globe who have joined them, stand between a world of freemen-or a world of slavery.

This is the 3rd in the series of the Seventh Carrier. Hidden by a sliding glacier in a secret anchorage in a cove on Siberia's Chukchi Peninsula in 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy's largest carrier Yonaga was trapped in ice for 42 years. Manned by samurai and commanded by Admiral Hiroshi Fujita, the crew subsisted on fish and seaweed while maintaining the ship, aircraft anf weapons in top fighting trim. Many crewman died, but in 1983 the carrier broke loose and steamed south through the Bering Sea.

She was to become the most formidable fighting force in the world when a Chinese system of laser equipped satellites malfunctioned and all over the world killer beams instantly destroyed every jet and rocket. Only reciprocating engines were able to function.

American Ensign Brent Ross was aboard as part of the ship's crew.