November 1934

Checking the Transmission*

Volume 19, Issue 0

This Hits The Nail On The Head

We commonly hear the expression "military machine" and it is rather an apt one. The military services may foe likened to fire engines which must be kept in condition to dash out in the case of national emergency and subdue any conflagration threatening our country. All mechanical parts of the fire engine must he kept in the best of condition if the machine is to function successfully, for failure of any of the essential parts will cause the fire engine to stop and therefore to he valueless in the fire fight.

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