Right in the course that they had been going the mine-sweeper now blocked the way.
We were spotted by a mine-sweeper, and she raced to the rescue.
Of special interest is the talk with the captain of a mine-sweeper while he is on the bridge of his vessel.
It was midnight when a British mine-sweeper bore down and hailed.
He saw the mine bouncing up and down between the mine-sweeper's quarter and his own ship's side.
Almost our last was what a North Country trawler called a "common sweeper," that is to say, a mine-sweeper.
Just before ten o'clock that night the mine-sweeper's blinkers signalled a call to the "Grigsby," then about four miles distant.
Have you known of any case in which a mine-sweeper had any show at all against a German destroyer?
Every mine-sweeper carried a radio outfit for sending messages.
The commander of the mine-sweeper named it, adding the distance he had been ordered to go.