STRATEGY: Bases Chosen

From at least two of its eight new base sites (Newfoundland & Bermuda) last week long-range patrol planes joined the U. S. Navy's patrol force guarding the Atlantic approaches to the U. S. and Canada. Just eleven weeks before the Navy had been promised the new bases from Great Britain in trade for 50 overage destroyers. By last week it was not only using two of them but also had reached agreement with Britain upon the exact sites for U. S. land plane, seaplane and naval bases on all but one of...

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