I received your letter of March 2nd yesterday and those
of March 12th and 14th yesterday. Since I just wrote you and nothing new
has happened since then I'll just comment on your letters.
I received several pictures from Jerry showing some points of interest.
As soon as I receive the film you sent me I'll take some pictures of this
neck of the woods.
So Abbie is finally going overseas. I should think it was about time
because he's been in about four years now. I hope Arthur will be sent
overseas. I'd really like to see him go because he objected to it so much.
Don't tell Mrs. Rosen or the Chaits I said that because I don't think
they'd like it.
Please keep sending your letters air mail because some of them arrive
in twelve days. I'll say it again, please don't worry if you don't hear
from me because the mail is almost always delayed and I'm writing three
and sometimes four times a week.
I case you don't know what a B-24 looks like you can pick up almost any
newspaper or Life magazine a see a picture of it. Its nickname is the
"Liberator" and has two tails and four engines. Bennett will show you a
picture of one if you're still in doubt,
I haven't received my air medal as yet but I expect to when the next
awards come through. We'll probably have a presentation of awards in the
near future here on the field. In case I haven't already told you we are
near Manila and I've already paid a visit to the city. It's pretty well
banged up. When I receive the film you sent me I'll take some pictures of
the place when I visit there again.
The days here are very warm but the nights are cold. Sometimes I wake
up freezing but I've been used to that by this time. The coolness at night
helps me sleep better and that's one thing I'm getting plenty of SLEEP.
I should be pretty well rested by the time I get home.
That's about all for now so I'll say s'long.
My regards to all