National Defense: Tenting Tonight

ARMY Tenting Tonight

On maneuvers one night last week near Camp Blanding, Fla., the loth Medical Regiment, night-foundered, weary, was glad indeed to hear the order to bivouac. One unit in particular got its pup tents up in jigtime. It had found a nice level space in the heavy woods. They turned in, slept like logs. Screeching brakes of an unlighted ambulance woke them. They had camped in the middle of a road.


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