ARMED FORCES: The Dreadful Dilemma

In 23 years as a Marine aviator, Colonel Frank Schwable (rhymes with able) had demonstrated time and again that he was a brave, cool and efficient fighting man. As he took the stand before a court of inquiry at Arlington, Va. last week, the ribbons on his tunic bore testimony to an honorable career as a regular—as a pilot in Nicaragua, as combat commander of a nightfighter squadron in World War II, as chief of staff of the First Marine Aircraft Wing during the Korean war. But all this simply complicated the...

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