From: Southern California
********With A Coy/I/34th IR, Mt. Mirador, April 1, 1943(c)*******
Capt. G. I. Joe: Audobon, damnit, what are your men doing back down here? I thought I ordered a recon of that peak? Did you spot anything?
Lt. Audobon: We did sir, and it was FANTASTIC! We saw Parrot, Dove, Pigeon, Jungle fowl (manok labuyo), yellow bittern, cinnamon bittern, Buff-banded Rail, Barred Rail, White-browed Crake, Marsh Sandpiper, Long-toed Stint, Swinhoe's Snipe, Striated Grassbird, Rufous Hornbill, Luzon Hornbill, Pink-bellied Imperial Pigeon, Guaiabero, Colasisi, Blackish Cuckooshrike, Flaming Sunbird and Flowerpecker!
Capt. G. I. Joe: Were the Pink-bellied Imperial Pigeons working for the Japs?
Lt. Audobon: Why....no...I don't think so....no. I'm sure they weren't.
Capt. G. I. Joe: Audobon, may I remind you that you are in the temporary employ of the United States Army?
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