Dressed and in His Right Job

Again & again for the last six months, the scene has been repeated in war plants all over the country.

A tall, lumbering, grey-thatched man with a quizzical look and the three silver stars of a lieutenant general quietly strolls in. Quietly he walks up & down the production lines, looking hard, saying little. Sometimes he stops, shows a workman how to handle a tool more smoothly. Sometimes he reroutes a whole line. He leaves without fuss, flies on to the next plant, the thanks of production bosses ringing after him.

Lieut. General William S. Knudsen is...

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