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Radio is essential to the command control of Naval forces. The adaption of radio to Naval needs is a complex function of the practical seagoing military officer and the civilian technical masters of the art. Time is a vital factor in speed of communications as well as in design, production, and installation of equipment. The remarkable advances in standardization and simplification of components should be carried even further. More new methods in production are needed. The results will help shorten the war and reflect themselves favorably in postwar commercial activity.