Nov 6, 1942 – Friday

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About midday the sea began to quit down and it’s getting nice out.  I sure hope it’s not rough when we land.  We are going to start to unload tomorrow night at midnight.  The planes were all out scouting all day today and the destroyers were left busy dropping depth charges.  We are in general quarters now so it will soon be dark and we will either be playing cards, singing or reading.  I am going to try to write home.  Last night I wrote a letter and it was practically all censured.  So long for now, I wonder what tomorrow will bring.

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