ARMY & NAVY: Air War

With prodigious swoops and rushes, great flocks of Army airplanes sped westward across the land last week. A hostile army had seized San Francisco, was rapidly invading northern California, repel them, huge bombers roared cross-country from Langley Field, Va. Tiny pursuit planes streaked away from Selfridge Field Mich. Attack planes skimmed off from Fort Crockett, Tex. At Mather Field, Sacramento, these squadrons converged with others from Seattle and San Diego to form an air force of nearly 200 battle planes, the largest gathered together in the U. S. since the War.


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