Religion: Airmen's Tribute

From London last week came a sympathetic tribute to U.S. Army Air Forces chaplains, written by a U.S. citizen well qualified to report with authority. A Presbyterian preacher's son who flew in both French and U.S. Armies in World War I, Gill Robb Wilson entered the ministry himself, gave it up because of a throat affliction resulting from war injuries, has since been New Jersey State Director of Aviation, president of the National Aeronautic Association. He is now in England as aviation editor of the New York Herald Tribune. After interviewing members of the Eighth Air Force, he reported:

"A good chaplain,...

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