Joe, are you sure this
""hot information"" of yours can't wait?.

I already got one thing for the boss.
- I consider this urgent.

And, you were right about Coral Sea.
That's where the Japs were, alright.

Every ship on your list was there.
- Did we get hurt?.

We got hurt.
Welcome on, Admiral.
How was your flight?.

Long and full of potholes.
Got Fletcher's Coral Sea report?.
- Right here, Sir.

Get in back, Joe.
But wait till I cue you in.

Here's Admiral Fletcher's
preliminary report, Sir.

We lost the Lexington.
What about the enemy?.
We sank one light carrier, one big
first-line job and some small ships.

Looks like
we just about broke even, Admiral.

We can't trade the Japanese
carrier for carrier, Matt.

We started with a 3 to 1 superiority.
With the Lexington gone,
the Saratoga laid up,

all we've got is the Hornet,
the Enterprise and the Yorktown.

Sir, Yorktown was heavily damaged
at Coral Sea. There's the report.

Admiral, Commander Rochefort
has something urgent, he says.

It's about objective A-F,
the meaning of ""A-F"".

Our listening posts pick up traffic
between Yamamoto's flag commanders.

There's been a heavy traffic volume,
with references to object ""A-F""...