National Geographic : 1943 Dec
PREVIEW OF TOMORROW'S POWER IF you want a glimpse of how tomorrow's hard jobs will be done, look at what is doing the tough war jobs today-such jobs as building airfields in the jungle. Look in tanks and trucks, in landing barges and patrol vessels, in trac tors and auxiliaries. You'll find General Motors Diesel Engines packing them with power. This grueling service is emphasiz- ing the virtues of GM Diesels -h ig h l ig hting their rugged ness--showing how little fuel they use, and low-cost fuel at that. With the war won, our expanded facilities will be turned to peace time needs, and these engines will be available for many applications where America will need depend able, economical power. New eras of transpor tation follow in the footsteps of war. An other new era of trans portation is assured in the wake of this war. General Motors Diesel Locomotives already are establishing new standards. BACK THE ATTACK - WITH WAR BONDS ENGINES..... 15 to 250 H.P......DETROIT DIESEL ENGINE DIVISION, Detroit, Mich. ENGINES..150 to 2000 H.P...CLEVELAND DIESEL ENGINE DIVISION Cleveland, Ohio LOCOMOTIVES......................ELECTRO-MOTIVE DYVISION, tLaGrange, fl.