National Geographic : 1944 Mar
S* The Army-Navy "E" flies above four Jveryn H Fisherplants for excellence in aircraft O evi y fighting o productionandfrom two othersfor tank production, while the Navy "E," with ffour stars, is flown by still another Fisherplantforitsnaval ordnancework. THE men who do the fighting, wheth er on land, sea or in the air, know how important it is to have the best equipment. They realize that the work we do in our factories can, if done well enough, give them a combat advantage. We realize that, too. That's why we are devoting all the skills we have devel oped, all the crafts we have mastered, to give our armed forces the all-important edge. Whether it's a plane, an anti-aircraft gun, a tank, or a highly sensitive flying instrument, each gets every technical plus we can give it - and that's several. Craftsmanship is a Fisher tradition.And today we believe craftsmanship carries a particular punch of its own to give a fighting man a break when a break is more than welcome. Every Sunday Afternoon GENERAL MOTORS SYMPHONY OF THE AIR NBC Network Bsp9r BY 0I V I i , N ! F E RAL M 0T[ I!