Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 26
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 26

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1964
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Wurkey, Greece, Both Boast Strong Forces 3 " J ' f . JS^1ri:'T^S!A II 2- r S''* »"» d«fly to mair.iiin-porurt defensive pillar erf th« its big neighbor. Russ^ isuch s warplanei »nd fight-jKorei to sme with United f c»TM . ... «.*.·.·._--»· . .. ; - r. rt» n. INDEPENDENT-- Pig* A-27 ********* * * A A A******** *** A- Jjj communications. ISTANBUL W) - The cur-,* 300 *" 1 '" 1 n*** ta ^"'P*' i tuil rent strength of the Turkish forces is unofficially ire equjppeu * im imAit*u| . ., N breikdo^ of the tc- iag ships have been wpplied NiUons forces. The battle of _ *,L__ _· _^ ____ ^ _r -r ___ U^.^.'E... At,. IT«:*.U o***.* *?^.~»' y«inijri in Korea in wtllch armed estimated at 400.000 men. The Turkish army is a pow- weapons--mostly supplied byjinto tou . ATHENS CTV--If the rSs issue should bring __ hgwdown between Greece'erful force with »" record of the "united States--Vn d are'based in western, central andj md Turkey. Greece probably ,high morale. " *·-- ·· Ll --"- -'"; * : *·"'----»«·· T.,,V.«. ~,v. nn »uM field nine divisions, in-.kao^edged duding one fully armored. j allt " » s «***,*« The divisions, comprising ibiout 120,000 men. are al- costly entirely equipped with I J.5. weapons and gear pro-| rided under the American j cHitary assistance program. GREECE also has in air I force of about 20,000 men and I I navy with about the same | lumber. The army, to a great extent I trained by U.S. officers, is squipped with shortrsnge Honest John and Corporal I missiles. But they are not de- | ployed near the Turkish bor- ki. The armored division is squipped with U^.-built M4 | inks. The Greek soldier is 11 lough fighting man. In World War II he resisted far su-1 perior Italian forces in northern Greece, and was defeated jnly when armored Nazi di-1 risions joined the Italians in | their invasion of Greece. The Greek soldier also! fought bravely in the Korean War. The air force numbers 12 I squadrons of about 18 planes! each. All its pilots have been trained in the United States. | * · · · · THE FLAXES are largely FS6 jet fighters. Twin-engine F5 supersonic fighter bombers are scheduled for delivery this fall. The air force lacks planes capable of carrying a heavy bcinb load. The air force has Nike Ajax and Nike Hercules ground to-air missiles. The navy, usually well spread out on patrol duty through Greece's 1.250 islands, has about 22 destroyers and frigates, one cruiser, six submarines and 40 miscellaneous small craft. It received four destroyers last year from the United States Navy. It also has a few troop ships. * · · « THE GREEKS are not capable of carrying a large croup of fully equipped men long distances without assistance. They can. however, move several divisions on land quickly. The joint U.S. military assistance group in Greece at the invitation of the Greek government, trains the Greek soldier in the latest equipment. Numerous Greek islands that string along the Turkish coast are not used as bases for troops. Small units ire on some islands along the Turk- strength of TurkeyVby the United States sincejKonuri in Korea in · · · · [army, navy and »ir force is postwar American military Turkish troops with fucedj-ft TURKISH fighting forces'readily obtainable. |aid started pouring into the.bayoneti fought back to, equipped with modern] But ground troops, divided | country. .break free , from Communist Chinese and Ko- SMALL ARMS and ammu- rean forces figured among the ROSSMOOR INN THE SURFERS 12311 LOS ALAMtTOS GE l-354t JA 7-1W FAMOUS ISLAND RECORDING STARS feservofioBi Sijaestecf ************************** WHERE IS CARPET DRAPERIES HERCULON Moior mill carpet made with one of the strongest man-made fibers. fashioned into broadloom that is cmazmgry soTI-resiitant and rosy to clean. We fccve many celers to choose from, both i« two-rones and solid colon. SPECIAL PRICE Sq, Yd. 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