THE AIR FORCE WIFE by Nancy Shea

THE AIR FORCE WIFE

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

A companion volume to the previous titles, The Army Wife and The Navy Wife, this continues the able advice for the wives of airmen and officers and takes cognizance of current, and changing, condition. Both for information and as a Bible of behavior, this has its value in emphasizing the tension and strain the husbands, in their type of Service, encounter and the problems the women must face and the important role they play. There is common sense about engagements, weddings, financial questions, the questions of entertaining and social requirements, life on and off the base, in occupied areas, and in Washington, D.C., the changing of stations and what that entails, etc., etc.

Publisher: Harper