The Questions - Could the cleric violate his priestly vows? Could he abandon his homeland and become a traitor? Could the 8th Air Force intelligence officer assigned to Eisenhower's command obtain approval to initiate his time-sensitive project to end the war sooner rather than later? Could he resolve the mind nibbling irritation of the morality of his proposal? Was it an act of war or an assassination? Could he find the experienced bomber crews he needed? Could they be trained to operate the new technical equipment needed to pull off his proposed mission with the secrecy it demanded? The Answers - The priest sought advice from his most beloved advisor - the Holy scriptures of his faith. The intelligence officer sought the expertise he needed from the resources made available to him by written orders from the highest level of command. The Dilemma - A question, once again: Would any of this make a difference in the outcome of the war?