Army And Navy - Men at Work

Said Farmer Howard Hancock, who has a prosperous 740-acre stock farm on Hurricane Creek near Nashville, Tenn.: "There's more men on this farm today than ever I've seen here. I wish I could put'em all to work." The men were U.S. soldiers on maneuvers, and they worked hard because, unlike the men on last year's maneuvers, they knew they would soon face the enemy.

Crusty Lieut. General Ben Lear, Second Army Commander, was in charge. Under him the Reds, commanded by Brigadier General Julius Ochs Adler (New York Times), and the Blues, commanded...

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