NAVAL AVIATION AND A UNITED AIR SERVICE
By Captain T. T. Craven, U. S. Navy
The prime factor in the problem of lessening the likelihood of wars is the democratization of governments, assisted through improvement in communications and transportation, and the community of world-wide commercial and industrial interests. Allied with this important factor is another dealing with the terrific expense of modern warfare and the serious interference with business incidental to the mobilization of national resources. A third deterrent is the augmented frightfulness of conflict and the stupendous physical damages wrought through the application of modern arms.