The armored force school, headed by Brig. Gen. Stephen G. Henry, commandant, turns off its human assembly line the thousands of technicians needed to man the nation's hard-hitting armored divisions.
In the modern shops of its tank department, headed by Col. Edwin A. Smith, students tear down tanks piece by piece, study the motor and driving mechanism and then do their own trouble-shooting and repair on running motors in a half-million dollar tank engine-testing building.
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