Also In This Issue, Apr. 27, 1942

Where Were the Jap Planes?

There were signs of victory — U.S. victory — in the reports from bombed Japan. They were signs that Japan's air strength is waning. In Japan and elsewhere, there were even signs that Japan never did have the kind of air strength which she must have for final victory.

Not Enough "Zeros?" If the U.S., in daylight, lost only nine of 60 planes — as the Japs once reported — something was seriously wrong with Japan's air defenses. If the U.S. raiders lost only two or three — as...

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