Discharge from the Service?

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

"Now that the war is over, I want to get out of the service."

This thought is often expressed by service men and women. The statement is intended to mean that the terrible human conflict being over, the individual is desirous of being discharged from the branch of the armed forces to which he or she is assigned. But it would be wise for us to re-examine the statement to see whether it harbors any subtle implications.

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March 23, 1946
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