What was your attitude toward military service in general and toward your call in particular?: I had been turned down from Navy in 1914 & was glad to get to go & disappointed when I did not get to go overseas. Was ready to go when Armistice was signed.

What were the effects of camp experiences in the United State upon yourself -- mental and physical?: After leaving University of Virginia I was on duty most of the time as a chauffeur & [did?] very little [training?], but had the best of [health?] & was well satisfied.

What were the effects upon yourself of your overseas experience?:

What effects, if any, did your experience have on your religious belief?: None

If you took part in the fighting, what impressions were made upon you by this experience?:

What has been the effect of all these experiences as contrasted with your state of mind before the war?: [From what I had?][illegible][I thought of every life as a rough?] life but did not find it so and was well satisfied while in the service.

Photographs-- If possible enclose one taken before entering the service and one taken afterwards in uniform, both signed and dated.

Additional data: We left Camp Bragg N. C. for Atlanta Ga. with a company of trucks & [illegible days?] [rations?] in February [next was the?][illegible] twenty two days & taken care of by citizens [Red? illegible] in May [we? illegible] company of trucks from Camp Polk N. C. to Atlanta Ga. in four and a half days

Signed at (place): Covington Virginia

on (date): March 23rd

year: 1922

(full name): Leonard Lewis Wickline

(rank): pvt.

(branch of service): T. T. C. Headquarters Motor Command #27

The information contained in this record, unless otherwise indicated, was obtained from the following persons or sources:: My memory & discharge

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