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Old 01-17-2015, 12:54 PM
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I am still reading.

Maybe that the jerk major (name now forgotten) seemed a little too stereotypical? He really didn't make any shift to wartime mode at all? Even if several of his commanders and their commanders told him that things had changed?

From my first reading, I thought he was a non-flying officer, dunno how I gathered that-- did he have a callsign early on? Anyway, it seemed abrupt that he was on a mission in the first place, I didn't notice that he was flying at all. Also, it felt a little too neat that he would screw up by the numbers, committing the one sin that would get him grounded and shipped out and investigated and potentially prosecuted.
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