Uncle Sam's Boys in the Ranks or, Two Recruits in the United States Army by Harrie Irving Hancock

Uncle Sam's Boys in the Ranks or, Two Recruits in the United States Army

byHarrie Irving Hancock

Kobo ebook | November 27, 2011

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A LESSON IN RESPECT FOR THE UNIFORM AW, what's the difference between a soldier and a loafer? demanded Bunny Hepburn. A soldier ain't a loafer, and it takes nerve to be a soldier. It's a job for the bravest kind of a man, retorted Jud Jeffers indignantly. Answer my c'nundrum, insisted Bunny. It ain't a decent conundrum, retorted Jud, with dignity, for his father had served as a volunteer soldier in the war with Spain. Go on, Bunny, broke in another boy in the group, laughing. I'll be the goat. What is the difference between a soldier and a loafer? A soldier gets paid and fed, and the other loafer doesn't, retorted Bunny, with a broadening grin. A moment later, when he realized that his joke had failed to raise a laugh, Bunny looked disappointed. Aw, go on, flared up Jud Jeffers. You don't know anything about a soldier. But my dad does, retorted Bunny positively. "Dad says soldiers don't produce anything for a living; that they take their pay out of the pockets of the public, and then laugh at the public for fools
Title:Uncle Sam's Boys in the Ranks or, Two Recruits in the United States ArmyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 27, 2011Language:English

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ISBN - 10:281990632X

ISBN - 13:9782819906322

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