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When one of our LSTs poked her drawbridge-like bow into the Barents Sea, one of their frisky “Krivaks” cut across to proclaim that these cold waters are under the control of the Soviets’ largest and most capable armada, their Northern Fleet. Yet, if war comes, it is here and in the Greenland and Norwegian seas, that the U. S. Navy must stand, fight, and win.