Radio: Stilwell's Program

One of the most isolated of all U.S. battle theaters—China-Burma-India—got its first clear hearing on the U.S. air last week. The Blue Network program, Yanks in the Orient, was the first of 13 programs being recorded on the spot by U.S. Army Public Relations and flown to the U.S. by Air Transport Command.* It told the story of the Rescue Squadron of A.T.C.'s India-China wing.

Yanks in the Orient let the men of the Rescue Squadron speak for themselves. There were no dramatics, no suspense. But the plain voices of U.S. airmen doing a...

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