Scientific Military Advances

Scientific Military Advances

Members of the National Inventors Council listen via two-way wire hook-up in Washington, to ideas on fighting incendiary bombs and camouflaging military objectives advance by Dr. Thomas Midgley, president of the American Chemical Society, Jan. 16, 1942. From left: Dr. Charles F. Kettering, chairman of the council, Rear Adm. Harold G. Bowen, chief of the Naval Research Laboratory, and Lt. Col. B.S. Mesick of Army Ordnance. (AP Photo/Robert Clover)

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19081594172920
January 16, 1942 11:30:16 AM
March 22, 2019 04:30:16 PM
Robert Clover
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
855034 ONEG
5100 x 3956 15.79 MB
Charles F. Kettering, Harold G. Bowen, B.S. Mesick
Washington, DIST. OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES
APHS481657
STF

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