ARMY: Streamlined Army

The Army took a big piece of brass out of its hat last week. President Roosevelt ordered the most sweeping reorganization in the War Department's history. An organization hitherto as strangely assembled as Topsy's hair was streamlined to bullet-shape. Out the window went bottlenecks, bureaus and bric-a-brac —and the fusty old general staff setup. All old sections were packed into three new ones: Air Force, Ground Force and Supply. On top remains Chief of Staff George C. Marshall.

Under him three men will steer the Army of the future : Air Force — Lieut. General Henry H. ("Hap" for happy)...

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