ARMY & NAVY: The Tanks Are O.K.

Critics of U.S. Army tanks and guns got a sharp answer last week from the man most responsible for army weapons. Back from a four-weeks' tour of the European battlefronts came Major General Levin H. Campbell Jr., Chief of Ordnance, ready to defend his goods and loaded with testimonials from satisfied users.

From General Dwight Eisenhower: "Reports . . . continue to tell of the splendid quality of our weapons and ammunition. . . . The enemy's battle losses have been far greater than ours. In pieces of artillery the enemy has lost...

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