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Proposes Air Defense Cabinet separate from Army and Navy. Washington, D.C., Jan. 31. Kern Dodge, President of the Air Defense League, appearing before the House Military Affairs Committee today proposed the establishment of an Air Defense Cabinet, separate from the Army and Navy and with an Assistant Secretary as Director. He also urged passage of immediate legislation to build up a synchronized force of pursuit, observation and bombing planes, 1-31-39

Proposes Air Defense Cabinet separate from Army and Navy. Washington, D.C., Jan. 31. Kern Dodge, President of the Air Defense League, appearing before the House Military Affairs Committee today proposed the establishment of an Air Defense Cabinet, separate from the Army and Navy and with an Assistant Secretary as Director. He also urged passage of immediate legislation to build up a synchronized force of pursuit, observation and bombing planes, 1-31-39

 
 
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