AIR: The U. S. v. Bombs

To most U.S. citizens, still not fully awake to the threat of Europe's war, the possibility of a bombing attack is as remote and unreal as an invasion from Mars. Yet military men know that such an attack might, become real. They also know that even a minor raid might cause catastrophic mass hysteria. Sixty minutes of hokum in an Orson Welles broadcast three years ago gave them a rough idea of what could happen.

The job of defense against such a bombardment is a function of the U.S. Army Air Corps. Last...

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