December 1938

Antiaircraft Protection for Our Naval Bases

Volume 22, Issue 4

OUR warships have a new skyline-a fillagree of antiaircraft guns; a lacy profile from a distance -the Navy's web for enemy flyers. Our warships need the protection of antiaircraft guns; that is accepted and provided for. Our warships carry planes and aircraft carriers mother a brood of them. But planes are not enough. We mount antiaircraft guns to protect our ships from aerial attack and to free our planes for offensive action.

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