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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata April 1, 1945

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1 April 45

Hi Darling,

Received two letters from you today. 13th + 21st of March also a letter from Mom Fouke.

Goodness sakes - all that fuss over the box I sent? Honestly I'm so glad you liked the things.

The little "pop chute" pulls the main chute out. It springs out when the rip cord is pulled + as the air catches it, it in turn drags out the main chute

Incidentally, I'll be glad to settle with burned potatoes, anything just so I'm home with you.

Went to church this morning + also took Communion. Enjoyed the Chaplain's sermon, he was much better than usual, which is always good

Expect to leave the squadron this week sometime + go sweat out the boat. If I'm lucky, may catch it soon and then again may wait a month or so. One fellow I know has been waiting almost two months - longest I've heard thus far.

Am some what in a dither as to when to call you when I get back, as you mentioned recently - that it was a possibility of

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