Everybody agreed that Brigadier General David J. Crawford was doing a fine job as head of the Army's big Detroit tank arsenal. But, on the side, he had been doing some things no officer should do, though they might have passed without notice in the Administration's mink and Deepfreeze civilian set. Traveling to Washington on an Army expense account, he twice stayed free in hotel suites kept by firms that held Army tank contracts. He had built himself a couple of nice, new sailboats from discarded materials at the arsenal, got the keel for one...

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