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United Effort

... United Effort j MR. W. J. JORDAN, New J Zealand High Com missioner, who has been going the rounds of the New Zealand Forces serving in England, paid a visit to the J forestry battalion which is stationed somewhere in the South and watched them J at work ...

UNITED STATES NAVY

... UNITED STATES NAVY UNITED STATES NAVY Officers of Flacf /\anf i^fdmiral Vice C ddmiral Hear cJldmirad Captain Commander Meutenanf _ lieutenant Commander Captains Commanders pie a tenant Commanders AND LOWER RANKS Jjeutenant onsian Chief Warrant Officer ...

An R.A.F. Air Carrying Command

... is time that this anomaly of air units moving by land and sea should cease. Air units should be equipped, at any rate in a number of cases, to move entirely by air. Big Aircraft It is obvious at the outset that a unit designed to move by air would need ...

The Army's Agricultur... cheme

... being raised in considerable numbers, again with the object of feeding small units, who, meantime, are preparing plots for their reception. It must be emphasised that the unit whose activities have been presented in this article is only one of many thousands ...

War Aircraft of the Future

... into it under the stress of war, will give it a flying start for the civil aviation of the future. It is in the development of aviation that the collaboration between Britain and the United States will find its greatest opportunity and most vivid expression ...

Rehabilitation

... resume duty will pass, post war, to full civil activities. An important aspect of the advances in rehabilitation methods is that the experience and information will be at the service of the world. Injuries occur in civil life as well as in the Services, and ...

The Future of the Airfields

... are to preserve our country. It follows that much of this aerodrome space will be kept as military aerodromes. But when the United States Army Air Force returns to its own country, the demand for aerodrome space will immediately fall and presumably the ...

Beaverbrook and the Bombers

... win it. But the way is hard and demands all we have of endurance and courage. United States Supplies Once more I turn to the subject of supplies of aircraft from the United States of America. The Secretary of State for Air, in his speech on the Air Estimates ...

Up and down the land

... AYLESBURY The produce from this farm goes direct to local R.A.F. stations and this saves transport. Most of the pickers are Civil Servants who have been granted special leave to do voluntary farm -work. A MECHANICAL EXERCISER for stock bulls. One of the ...

They're All Fighting Fit

... WOODERSON WINS a fast mile for the Army at Epsom, in a charity athletic match in which teams of the Army, R.A.F., Royal Navy and Civil Defence competed. F/0 Alford is second. IN A MIXED TENNIS tournament between the King's School, Canterbury, and the girls of ...

Our Soldiers Help Normandy Farmers

... fields in the war zone and evacuate them to a safer region. The animals are driven in from the front line by forward infantry units, often under heavy fire, and placed in temporary enclosures under the charge of the Military Police. Each animal is labelled ...