March 1926

Naval Communications

Volume 11, Issue 1
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IT IS said that before any projected increase in traffic facilities in the City of New York can be completed, these additional facilities will be discounted, and by the time they are placed in actual operation, congestion will reign as before. In casting a hurried glance over the development of Naval Communications during the past twenty-five years, we cannot fail to be impressed with a similarity to the New York transportation problem.

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