Radar is used to locate and destroy an enemy ship. A combat information center aboard a ship relays facts derived by radar on the range, speed, direction, etc., of the target. The U.S. ship fires its torpedoes. As the torpedoes hit, the ship fires a salvo. Radar shows the salvo to be too long; the range is corrected and the enemy ship is sunk. States that future developments of radar depends on money from the sale of victory bonds.