Adjutant Tremblay's escadrille was moved across the river to Allonville yesterday morning - a puzzling move as there seemed no purpose for it. But who knows what the generals are thinking. The new digs are actually quite nice and the setting is very pastoral. Although, it is a bit worrisome taking off and landing towards the woods as having the engine conk or overshooting the field are both about a guarantee of an empty chair at the mess table.
Upon arriving at the new aerodrome the Capitaine congratulated Allard on his twelfth victory as word had come in while they were making the move that his latest claim had been confirmed. As of this AM's mission the Adjutant's log book looks like this:
Three RFC Brass Hats were strolling down a street in London. Two walked into a bar, the third one ducked. _________________________________________________________________________
Former Cold War Warrior, USAF Security Service 1974-1978, E-4, Morse Systems Intercept, England, Europe, and points above. "pippy-pahpah-pippy pah-pip-pah"