By Alwyn T. Lloyd
Element & Scale Vol.25: B-29 Superfortress (Part 2)
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There was always one soldier responsible for keeping the fire burning all night long. Improvised shelters were put up quickly to protect the wounded, the headquarters, the radio if they had one, and food and munitions. Bad weather was a frequent occurrence in the mountains, with heavy rainfall and electrical storms. Such adversity had to be stoically faced. Any captured raincoats or shelter halves were given to the wounded, the sick, women and courier boys. In the damp forests, wet clothes took days to dry out.
Above all, he was to be brave and resolute, always in the front line and an example to everyone; humble and willing to share his troubles with others; willing to encourage his fellow soldiers in the most trying of situations; and able to accept criticism from others and to point out others' mistakes. At the time, this was a positive concept which motivated a great number of soldiers, particularly the younger ones. After the war, a change of direction took place in this regard, similar to the Soviet model.