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KIRKUS REVIEW

How To Get Along In The Army by three ex-draftees provides a colorfully comprehensive picture of what awaits the citizen-soldier-to-be in the olivedrab world ahead. This long overdue guide tells the inductee how to avoid the draft-legally; where he will he stationed; what the first day is like with its film on v.d. and brochure on personal conduct (""Do not tip the soup bowl toward you"" and ""Beware of loose-talking scoundrels who speak disrespectfully of women... Your mother is a woman.""); how to avoid extra manual labor (""Don't stay in the barracks... The Library is one place they'll never find you.""); whether to get married before induction, and presumably for those who don't, how to meet nice girls in Frankfurt, Rome, Athens, Tripoli and Tokyo.....

Publisher: Indiana University Press