Thursday, July 23, 2009
About Letter 89
Bill is on Barracks Guard at 2 am. He says that Radio School, "which looked so good at Abbot now appears to be a hellova job." He points out that field radiomen go overseas "very quickly" and that casualties are "extremely high." The word around camp is that there will be no 2nd. front until after the election and Bill opines that, "most of the fellows here in camp are getting sore as hell about the war."