So Long, Tex

Straight, Michael
April 1944
New Republic;4/24/44, Vol. 110 Issue 17, p557
Offers observation on training provided to the U.S. Army Air Force officials with reference to author's experience with instructor Joe Gordon. Description of Gordon's experience when he was a cadet; Limitations of a military cadet in context to his social life; Comparison of the strict nature of Gordon during training with his entertaining attitude at rest time.


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