National Geographic : 1943 Jun
Maps to Guide American Soldiers in Europe, Asia, and Africa Take Final Shape inThis Drafting Room Skilled draftsmen are supervisors. Young men and women, inexperienced until trained by the Army Map Service, fillmost ofthejobs. They are part ofthe1,700 employees who kept African invasion plans secret for four months. They helped make 510 tons of maps for General Eisenhower's armies (page 765).