ARMY AIR FORCES
CENTRAL TECHNICAL TRAINING COMMAND
Jan 16, 1944
Dear Miss Blaney,
It was thoughtfully nice to be remembered by you and the Bryant Service Club this past holiday season.
The olive drab, heavy wool-knit sweater from the service club was one of the most appreciated gifts I received; coming as it did after and attack of pneumonia, that sweater was really a prize package and just "hit the spot." I'd like to extend my very sincere thanks to its maker, whoever she may be (--or was it a "he?").
Your "G. I. pup" greeting card was "militarily" amusing; you should have added a doghouse for the pup (that would have made us feel more at home).
You've probably noticed that I've moved again; this is an advanced radio school for the Army Air Force communication networks systems; the course is a relatively short one of seven weeks.
I was offered a polition as instructor at the Truax Field radio mechanics school from which I was graduated on Jan 9th.; however, as most others do, I turned it down since I'd rather keep moving.
Thanks again to you and to the Bryant Service Club; keep up your fine work and good luck.