European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 10 1961, Page 12

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 10, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseShore cad Royal australian airmen View he proceedings. Troops of co Bra photographer t sgt Bob Weir learns How to Wield chopsticks in Singapore. Catching o few winks of sleep aboard c124. In i or try re world is getting smaller Al the time and nobody knows this belter than the Fly Boya of the 322nd air div Down in eve Crux France. Recently two c124s of the 31st air transport so a Mats provisional squad Ron attached to the 322ndcompleted some sort of Al record shattering Mission. They left Apo new York and penetrated deep into the heart of Apo san Francisco. As every american Serviceman knows Ever since world War ii the Earth has been divided for postal purposes into these two traditional military districts. One for our forces in the far East the other for troops in Europe. India has been the traditional dividing line and never were the Twain supposed to crises catastrophes and fast moving aircraft have been changing these old fashioned dividing lines and the first time the be in Safe began to stand for far East was when 322nd aircraft were Dis patched with emergency air for victims of a typhoon in East Pakistan. The second and most recent time that Safe penetrated the gentle Waters of the Pacific was when the 31st ats went to Singapore in Malaya at the request of the United of the 22,000-mile round trip was to pick up a company of crack Malayan infantry for duty with the in in the Congo. But just before 1st it Mission commander took off catastrophe broke in Jordan United states was asked to Send to survivors. So the Middle East to Flowe s itinerary which now 13 countries on four continents. According to t sgt Robert and sgt Rudolph a Mustard Safe s det 3 1365r my past but co before wort should 12 the stars and stripes 11961

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