World Battlefronts, SUPPLY: By Greenland's Icy Mountains

One reason the United Nations often appear to be losing the war is their shortage of shipping. But in one important respect that shortage may soon mean little. The U.S., along with Canada, is perfecting a chain of Arctic and north Atlantic air bases. Already bombers and patrol planes can give convoys continuous air protection, all the way across the North Atlantic. U.S. fighters as well as bombers may soon be delivered to Europe by air.

The Chicago Daily News last week reported news of this new U.S. air front. In a dispatch...

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