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Vdl.3 No ,10 1922 SCU* Station Complement» Ft* Huachucn* Arimonp, TViduy 28 Dec 1945 > /•< /7 <#£? wkmas "To you who enswored the call of your country and served in its Armed Forces to bring about the total defeat of the enemy, I extend the heartfelt'tharke of a grateful Nation,As one of the Nation 1 s finest/ you undertook the most severe task that one can be culled upon to per form, Because you demonstrated the fort itude, resourcefulness and calm judg ment necessary to carry out that task, we now look to you for leadership and example in further exalting our country in peace," The* citation printed above is a test imonial of appreciation, bearing n copy of the presidents signature,which will be given to each of approximately 12, 000,000 men and women who fought for the United States in To rid War 11, . (pi/zck'er /9c //oft, /ft /ur/otftji - i/e/sA of - A new procedure speeding up the re turn of overseas servicemen in cases of family emergency wus announced today by Everett VV. Johnwon, Red Cross Field Dir ector for Fort Huachuca and Dowlas Army Air Base, Instead of filing reports verifying emergency conditions with the Red Cross Field Director overseas in requesting emergency furloughs- the procedure fol lowed in the past- the national head quarters of American Red Cross hence forth will forward the information dir ect to the adjutant general’s office in Washington, D, C, If the adjutant general’s office dr- POSTSCRIPT OT THE- your?. IVoz/< A 'The* /-hiriy Spy Lrnp You /I c/oa 1 By Camp Newspaper Service Army and Navy job experience cun pay off when you hit the civilian labor mar ket. This nay seem preposterous to a rifle man who has spent most of his military career in the mud, squeezing an occasio nal bullet at the enemy. But he hasn’t been wasting his time, nor has any sai lor. The V'ar Manpower Commission can prove it, Do can other agencies, both govern mental and civilian. They spent a lot of time figuring out civilian jobs for which servicemen are qualified and have established that one-third of all Army jobs are- related directly to civilian occupations, one third are indirectly related and ALL are related in some way, 49 JOBS FOR A RI FLEIIAJu' ♦ As for the rifleman, believe it or not, he has qualifications that are re lated to 49 civilian jobs, Military job experience is of special value if: 1, You improved civilian skil ls by what you learned as a soldier, 2, You learned an entirely new skill, 3, You leurrn i about a field of employment (Continued on Page 4 Column 2) cider that conditions warrant the ser viceman’s return, the office will radio a military order to the overseas com mand of the serviceman. Under the new 'procedure, it is possible for the ser vice-man to be or: his way home before the orders could be effected through the channels previously employed.