ARMY & NAVY: Ships


While Secretary of State Henry Lewis Stimson at the London Naval Conference was last week explaining U. S. Navy needs, the U. S. fleet began to assemble at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for winter maneuvers. Well out of public observation, 136 vessels, manned by 100,000 officers and men, will there exhibit to their own satisfaction their sea prowess in attack and defense formation, in target practice, night scouting and all the other simulations of marine warfare. With more than 50 ships already at Guantanamo, the...

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