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U.S. Air Corps Commander asks Congress for new air bases, men and money. Washington, D.C., Maj. General H.H. Arnold, Chief of the Army Air Corps, appearing before the House Military Affairs Committee today told members that national defense requires new air bases in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Alaska and two in continental U.S. He said that new laws are needed to allow American aircraft industries to produce at full capacity, 1/18/39

U.S. Air Corps Commander asks Congress for new air bases, men and money. Washington, D.C., Maj. General H.H. Arnold, Chief of the Army Air Corps, appearing before the House Military Affairs Committee today told members that national defense requires new air bases in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Alaska and two in continental U.S. He said that new laws are needed to allow American aircraft industries to produce at full capacity, 1/18/39

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