ARMY: General of the Caribbean

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To insure against air attacks being launched [against the U.S.'] from any of these bases . . . they must be kept under surveillance . . . and we must be ready to bomb such installations as soon as they are discovered. If the situation is sufficiently vital to require it, we must be prepared to seize these outlying bases to prevent their development by the enemy as bases of operation against us.

General Frank Maxwell Andrews spoke these words in 1935 in discussing the chances of attack on the U.S. by...

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