So, the story goes, Jim Steranko takes over CAPTAIN AMERICA from Kirby with #110. Shortly thereafter, for whatever reason, Kirby's asked to draw #112 on an extremely tight deadline. He's told the cliffhanger to #111 had Captain America dying. Did they want him to bring Cap back to life? No, they wanted him to keep Cap dead.
And thus was created the Kirby comic that most closely resembles modern Marvel comics, a full issue where almost nothing happens.
The story is pretty much that Cap's mask is fished out of the water, and he's presumed dead, so Iron Man is informed. Iron Man then goes over Cap's file, so we get short vignettes of Cap's original WWII adventures and villains, the classic retro-fitted "death of Bucky" bit with Zemo, Cap's thawing out courtesy of Namor and scenes from his adventures of the previous few years. I have a soft spot for this particular page:
as it features Modok, one of the Kirbyest of the Kirby villains of the 1960s, and those wacky bee-keeper minions of AIM.
So the story is light, it does at least look really good. George Tuska inks, I think the only other work he did with Kirby was finishes on some Cap stories a few years before this, but he does a good job here, presumably on as tight a deadline as Kirby was. Frank Giacoia inks Kirby on the cover, which is unfortunately Modok-free.