National Geographic : 1944 Nov
* The demands of wartime place a heavy load on the nation's railroads. Materials must be kept moving troops, too-with utmost efficiency. To do so, all equipment must be maintained in good condition. Union Pacific locomotives, for example, are periodic ally inspected. If repairs or new parts are required, the work must be done with painstaking care and no loss of time. That's the job of the men in the shops. They "keep'em rolling." These men know how important it is that our fighting men get an adequate and constant supply of materials and food; know that it can't be done without dependable home-front transportation. But their incentive for hard work and sacrifice is more than victory. It's also the urgent desire to keep this country the way it always has been... a land of opportunity where enterprise and initiative are recognized and rewarded. * Extra war bonds bought today will speed the day of victory. THE U PROGRESSIVE UNION PACIFIC RAI LROAD Iley ^e~ie4 Z09*.