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Summary: Short production intended as a morale booster for RAF personnel, highlighting the importance of maximising industrial output to sustain the fighting forces. The message is made clear that by pulling together and working hard, the war can be won.
Description: Film opens with two airmen sitting in their living quarters reading a letter from a former counterpart of theirs, Binky, now stationed in the Mediterranean with the Royal Air Force. In his letter Binky writes enthusiastically about his new posting, commenting how matters have improved since sufficient aircraft and supplies have been received. Film then features a montage of scenes in aircraft production and munitions factories, indicating that demands for supplies are now being met. Film concludes with the airmen in their quarters, reflecting on Binky's letter, seemingly inspired by the letter's content.