Keith Thomas, a reader of the book who worked as a naval reserve officer in the chain of command of CINCPACFLT N2 Bobby Inman at Pearl Harbor for a time in 1974 wrote to me a few weeks back to say that he was retired now in Central PA, close to John Parangosky's hometown of Shenandoah. He said he was thinking of going to try and find his grave and he did just that - and sent the photos below. Keith recalls Inman's intel group paying very particular attention to the position of an American ship in the remote north Pacific that summer, as well as the activity of any Soviet vessels in the area. That ship, of course, was the Hughes Glomar Explorer.