The lady with the dirty feet

Roberts, Chuck
April 2004
Airman;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p44
Focuses on the impact of life in the city Naples in Italy on families of U.S. Air Force airmen assigned in the place. Perception of Lieutenant Colonel George Lamont of the operations division for Headquarters, Allied Air Forces South; Assignment of Technical Sergeant Cheree Lewis in the city; Reaction of Lewis regarding the negative stereotypes of the city.


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