WAR WEAPONS THE UNITED STATES NEEDS (Apr, 1917)
WAR WEAPONS THE UNITED STATES NEEDS
The Brain of the Modern Zeppelin
In the upper photograph is shown in diagrammatic contrast, the new super-Zeppelin car, with its engine and accoutrements. and the tiny boat of the first air dreadnaughts.
The Deadly Air Wasp
This swift monoplane—fitted out for a constant speed of one hundred miles an hour—carries an automatic machine gun that fires a steady stream of lead between the blades of its propeller.
A “Mother” for Damaged
Submarines Very often when a submersible gets “pinked” in an engagement it cannot seek out a dry-dock for repairs. This floating dry-dock, which can go immediately to the scene of the catastrophe, is an absolute necessity.
Germany’s Three Naval Weapons
In this drawing the super-Zeppelin, the dreadnaught, and the new submarine are shown in diagram in a correct size relation to one another.