PLAYBOYS, ET AL.
We're not sure about sailors and Marines, but as far as Army and Air Force are concerned . . . well, let's just say boys will be boys.
We've obtained records compiled by the commander of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) concerning the sales of men's and women's magazines at Army and Air Force exchanges throughout the world for the 18-month period from January 1994 through June 1995.
The nation's soldiers and pilots, you may be interested in knowing, purchased 278,299 copies of Penthouse during the period, 223,458 copies of Hustler, 206,402 copies of Playboy, 68,748 copies of Club, 44,402 copies of Cheri and 17,502 copies of Oui, to name several of the "men's" …