They were trapped in neutral Spain - the pilot of a ditched Hurricane and the first mate of a merchant ship which had also become a casualty of war.
They weren't the best of mates, but they were all that stood between the British fleet at Gibraltar and a lethal strike force. The odds were stacked against them, but they weren't quitters, and now was the time to take DESPERATE MEASURES
As ever, veteran Commando artist Ian Kennedy's terrific cover gives us a tantalising glimpse of what this book is all about.
Air and sea - as a Fleet Air Arm Hurricane blasts from a cam-ship via catapult…we see that there is also some kind of mysterious raid happening underneath the murky depths of the ocean, led by a pair of manned torpedo chariots.
Air and sea - as a pilot and a sailor bitterly clash.
Air and sea - with both combining to form a winning Commando story.
Scott Montgomery, Deputy Editor
Note: Originally published as Commando No 2698 (September 1993).