The Cassin, which was making 15 knots, continued on its course until near the position where the submarine had disappeared.
It is true that he was "an employee of the airline" but he did not go to the home of First Officer Cassin in that capacity.
Cassin mentions a most singular circumstance among the peculiarities of the bird.
In addition there were his briefing documents and those received by First Officer Cassin.
To his courage and his quickness is due the fact that Ingram's was the only life lost in the German attack on the Cassin.
After a while British war-ships came up and the Cassin returned to port.
These authors stated that Cassin's Sparrow was breeding 10 mi.
Vireo flavoviridus flavoviridus (Cassin): Yellow-green Vireo.
The color-work being poor, Cassin rejected them, after a few impressions were made.
The Cassin was torpedoed, but reached port under her own steam, was repaired, and returned to service.