Military Mechanical Improvements

November 1924
America;11/8/1924, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p82
The article deals with the mechanical improvements of the U.S. military as of November 1924. Since the World War, various development and procurement branches of the U.S. army have received help and suggestions from commercial firms dealing with technical matters and from various scientific society. It cites the tools developed by the Chemical Warfare Service, including fire-proof cloth, and a multitubular filter capable of purifying large volumes of air. It describes the switchboard designed by Signal Corps, capable of handling 150 lines.


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