Bob was a Chief Petty Officer and his job in Millington was to teach the younger servicemen. He taught airplane hydraulics. Young servicemen would request orders to attend the hydraulics school and those who were selected to attend would go through the classes for the required time to complete the class. Millington had several of these educational classes to train servicemen, including airplane hydraulics and airplane electrician.
One day Bob asked me to come by his office and told me he would pay me to type some papers for him. I went over and had to walk by a half dozen young, very cute guys to get into Bob's office. I became very excited. After that first day, Bob never had to pay me a dime to get me to go to his office. Every time I went I would see really cute guys, and usually more than one.
I would sit in the office and type on an old Remington typewriter. I would usually be there for an hour or two, and while I was there guys would come in and out of the office. Some would speak to me, others wouldn't.
Some days Bob would actually be working on a jet, and several times he asked me to climb into the pilots seat. He would show me a button and then tell me: "When I tell you to, push that button". I would follow his directions and push the button when told to do so. I didn't know what I was doing, but I liked to brag that I had sat in the pilots seat of a Navy Jet.