Army Is Prepared, but Needs to Toughen Up for War, General Says

Dec. 1, 1941, U.S. Pilots to Guard Burma Road

Dec. 1, 1941: With the attack on Pearl Harbor six days away, Lt. Gen. Lesley J. McNair says U.S. troops are ready to fight, but would suffer heavy losses with only six months of field training. “Properly trained units cannot be developed in one year,” he says.

Tonight on KFI: The Voice of Firestone!

Dorothy Darling, “a naughty personality in platinum,” is at the Follies!

Jimmie Fidler says: Pat O’Brien (Notre Dame fan-atic) is circulating a petition, urging the Fighting Irish to break no-postseason-games rule and seek a Rose Bowl bid.

Dec. 1, 1941, Readiness

Dec. 1, 1941, Follies

Dec. 1, 1941, Jimmie Fidler

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