ARMY & NAVY: War on Wheels


The least-known quantity, if not the greatest threat among modern military arms are swift-moving mechanized troops who can speed as far in a day as pre-War armies could march in a week. Last week while Czechoslovakia's well-publicized motorized army was mobilizing against a possible thrust by Germany's famed mechanized divisions, the U. S. Army's one, little-publicized mechanized brigade was also taking the field. Principal difference was that while Czechoslovakia's army was ready for a war which men feared might occur, the Seventh Cavalry Brigade was occupied with maneuvers in one...

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