[Not sure if this is the right spot for this or not.] I'm about all set to go on a short story of mine that's the best I've written in eons. Thing is, the place I want to send it to requries a three sentence synopsis. One idea of mine for one would go like this: 'Lieutenant Wilmer E. Gallaher, USN, finds his routine scouting patrol on December 7th, 1941, suddenly become a matter of life and death as he and his wingman are engulfed by the attack on Pearl Harbor. The gods of war, however, smiles on them borh, for they survive the day both unscathed and with no shots traded with the Japanese. On the evening of the "date that will live in infamy", Gallaher beholds a sight that leaves him both sickened and deeply moved. A sight that flashes across his memory six months later as he participates in one of the most legendary battles of World War Two.' I don't think it would be a good idea to mention the battle at the end of the story is Midway. It would spoil the suspense for the editor, IMO. Opinions, anyone?