Army & Navy - Censored

One U.S. soldier in North Africa thought he had figured out a sure method of beating the censors and letting his family know exactly where he was. He sent his mother a sequence of letters, each envelope giving her a different middle initial, the initials spelling out the city. But the letters reached home out of sequence. He got a pained and bewildered reply: "We cannot find this place Nutsi anywhere on the map of North Africa."


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