Bases To Be

A flight of U.S. Army bombers landed last week in Trinidad to take up station there. From Brooklyn an Army transport laden with infantry and coast artillery sailed for the same destination. The two events, as intrinsically insignificant as the appearance of the first robin in the spring, were nonetheless informative. They did not mean that now or even soon the U. S. would have a chain of well defended bases in the Atlantic and Caribbean. But they did mean that action was getting under way, and they implied that of all...

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