ARMY: Houseclecming


U.S. Army officers were sure this week that the morale of their soldiers was on the rise from its low point of last month, when the extension-of-service act was passed. They could also predict with some confidence that morale would continue to rise.

For this confidence there were several reasons. One of them was that nearly a half million of the Army's fighting men are on field maneuvers, have plenty of interesting work to take their minds off the tedious side of military life. Another reason: the President's "rattlesnake" speech had given many a soldier a better idea than...

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