ARMY & NAVY: Exception Noted

To save money and lives, Assistant Secretary of War Louis Arthur Johnson, past commander (1932-33) of the American Legion, last summer banned U. S. Army Air Corps planes and personnel from non-military exhibitions, that is, from flying at fairs, civic celebrations, etc. Sole exception: American Legion conventions. Last week Mr. Johnson proudly watched 200 army planes cavort above the Legion's parade in Los Angeles. Next day Mr. Johnson's fellow Legionnaire, Chief of Air Corps Oscar Westover, having directed the Legion air show, took off from March Field for Lockheed Airport at Burbank,...

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