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"We Defend what we Build"

Seabees, the Fighting Technicians of Our Navy

By A. D. Rathbone IV

Salvaging Light

How More Light May Be Supplied to Industrial Workers Without Increasing Current Consumed

By A. P. Peck

Regimenting Atoms, Steel Making, and more

In Search for Better Transformer Cores; Receives Electronic Science With Open Arms

Two New Discoveries

A New Star, 100,000 Times as Bright as the Sun; and an Old Cometary Puzzle Solved

By Henry Norris Russell

Celestial Navigation

A Specimen of the Kind of Studies which the Youth of the Marine and Air Services are now Pursuing

By E. B. Collins

Something That's Getting Better

Not Wars, not Taxes, but Public Health. Summarized Improvements of a Quarter Century are Startling

Prognostication, Stuttering, and more

Modern Living Will Make Us a Myopic Nation; Believed a Case of "Mind-and-Body;" Hands Unimportant in Spread of 'Flu

'Commercial Sound' Enlists

The Microphone and the Loudspeaker Join in the War Effort to Increase Efficiency of Operations

By George R. Ewald

Heads, Salt, and more

Rapid Plating, Timber Trusses, and more

Possible With New High-Amperage Brush Unit; Used in Construction of Pre-Fabricated Plant; Used With Water As Vehicle; Provides Many Items for Specialized Purposes; Now Available For Structural Testing...

Freight Planes

Future Cargo-Carriers of the Air May Supplement, But are Unlikely to Supplant Surface Transportation

By Alexander Klemin

Zero Truth, Wartime Propellers, and more

Is Not so Alarming as Early Reports Indicated; Are Blacked Out by Conveyor Painting Process; Pioneer Parachutist Writes a Manual


  • 50 Years Ago, February 1943

  • From the Editor

    Our Point of View, February 1943

  • Recommended

    Our Book Corner, February 1943

  • Departments

    Industrial Trends, February 1943

  • Current Bulletin Briefs, February 1943

  • Telescoptics, February 1943

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