It is 1952, during the Korean War. Leading electrician Tony Guest is head of the damage control party for the HMAS Warramunga which was given the task of bombarding the Korean shoreline.
He and his team are down two decks and are repairing the ammunition hoist as the guns are going off. Tensions are high when they hear an odd sound. “It’s like someone throwing pebbles, or ball bearings landing in a bucket of water,” he says.
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