AIR: What's In It For the U.S.?

At the close of the last war I sat at international council tables representing our nation on vital matters affecting aeronautics. Yet my colleagues and I had been given only a few days . . . to prepare. And across the tables sat representatives of the Allies who had been preparing for months and even years. They were equipped with a program. . . .

Colonel Edgar Staley Gorrell, president of Air Transport Association of America, was testifying last week before a House committee. Like many another U.S. air executive he was not...

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