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 Letter to wife Lil [12/14/45]

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done. And consequently, our office & cabin being on the starboard side, we have no longer any view except the dreary gray bulkhead of the Pittsburgh's port side. And to leave the Greyhound, we must now ascend the gangplank, board the Pittsbur gh, traverse her deck, & descend her gangplank--and the main gate to Bremerton is a mile away. Here is the way we're situated.

[Illustration of pier and placement of the Greyhound and Pittsburgh]

We're getting more settled in our new Personnel Office tho [sic] activity is still as hectic as ever. Lt. Moore, the Personnel Officer, is going to check up on the sea pay issue; he thinks we're entitled to it because actually we're attached to th e flagship, the Pittsburgh, which is in commission. It doesn't make a lot of difference to me tho if they do term this sea duty, I'll get another half point.

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