The tone of Mr. Grahame’s article brings a wry smile today. War, it says, can be pretty comfortable because of the efforts of Colonel Dill and his colleagues, and after the war we can benefit as well. Omar Bradley, the G.I. General, had a more accurate picture. War, he said, is unrelieved misery, fear, and exhaustion. General Bradley knew whereof he spoke. When given a choice of using shipping space for ammunition or winter uniforms in 1944, he chose ammo. That winter turned out to be the worst in Europe in 50 years, and his troops paid accordingly.