John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War
Saturday, January 21st, 1899  Diary View

Saturday Jan 21/99
This is another beautifull day this being Inspection day there are no drills but the Companys had a strict Inspection of Dress and Arms by regular U S Officerbut no one was called down at theese Inspection we all wear white trousers and blue Blouses and Compain Hats and everything must be in the best of Order everything being reported quiet at the Outpost our Liberty is ones more ours we have 8 on Guard and 11 on Outpost the same Number of men remain on the sick List a good Number of our Men are vacinated again

 

This is another beautiful day. This being inspection day, there are no drills; but, the companies had a strict inspection of dress and arms by regular U.S. officers. No one was called down at this inspection. We all wear white trousers and blue blouses and campaign hats. Everything must be in the best of order. Everything is being reported quiet at the outpost. Our liberty is once more ours. We have eight on guard and eleven on outpost. The same number of men remain on the sick list. A good number of our men are vaccinated again.
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