February 11, 1946

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Air Power Given Main Emphasis in Immediate Post-war Navy Plans

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Civilian Application of Radar Moves Forward on Two Fronts

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Terminated Aeronautical Contracts Likely to Be Among Last Settled

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Air Power Given Main Emphasis in Immediate Post-war Navy Plans

Forrestal’s report for fiscal 1945 stresses carrier’s role as spearhead with battleships as auxiliary, gives it top spot in organization of current active and reserve fleets.

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Civilian Application of Radar Moves Forward on Two Fronts

Week-long AAF conference aims at ultimate standardization of electronic equipment; CAA will conduct extensive tests of Ground Control Approach set at Indianapolis field.
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Terminated Aeronautical Contracts Likely to Be Among Last Settled

Cost-plus-a-fixed-fee agreements provide greatest problem, with rate of settlement declining, although over-all task is proceeding more rapidly than expected.
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Surplus Property Organization Being Merged Into Independent Unit

New agency—War Assets Administration—will operate under OEM and report directly to the President, handling combined job of policy and disposal.

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'ready Air Reserve' Planned By Navy

Will continue training 28,700 Naval and Marine Corps men on inactive duty status.
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Aviation Calendar

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Interstate Airline Bill Set for Early Action

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Vinson-trammel Act Revisions Offered

Would eliminate 6 percent profit limitation, drop Naval Aircraft Factory as 'yardstick'.
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Beech Planning to Build Auto

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Franklin Institute to Have New Laboratory Staff

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