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May 1946 All Hands Magazine - US Navy NAVPERS

May 1946 Issue All Hands Magazine

THE BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL INFORMATION BULLETIN

MAY 1946 NAVPERS-O NUMBER 350

VICE ADMIRAL LOUIS E. DENFELD, USN
The Chief of Naval Personnel

REAR ADMIRAL THOMAS L. SPRAGUE, USN
The Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Buck Rogers Navy 2
  • Drydock Fishing 6
  • 'Without Trace' 8
  • The Navy's Victory in Europe 11
  • Anti-Sub 15
  • Combat in Color 22
  • Flattop in the Arctic 25
  • The Pickets Paid Off 28
  • Baffin' the Breeze on the 7 Seas 32
  • Books: Meaning of Atom Energy Today 34
  • The Submarine Reserve 35
  • THE WORD 36
  • Letters to the Editor 38
  • The Month's News 40
  • Decorations and Citations 57
  • VD—The Disease Remains a Menace 60
  • THE BULLETIN BOARD 63
  • Demobilization Quota Plan 63
  • Transportation of Dependents 64
  • Reserve Activation 66
  • Marine Nimitze Training 66
  • Postgraduate Officer Training 70
  • Voting Information 75
  • Alnays, NavActs in Brief 78
  • All Thumbs 79
  • Fantail Forum 80

FRONT COVER: Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimiiz and General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower toast each other after receiving honorary degrees of Doctor of Laws from the University of Richmond at Richmond, Va.

INSIDE FRONT COVER : Beyond the USS Missouri's 16 inch guns lies the ancient city of Istanbul, Turkey. The Mighty Mo arrived at the Turkish port bearing the body of Mehmet Munir Ertegun, the late Turkish ambassador to the U. S.

Credits: Front cover and inside front cover, Press Association, Inc.; inside back cover, Acme. On pp. 40-41; upper left, Press Association, Inc.; upper right, Acme; lower left, Acme, lower right, official U. S. Navy photograph.

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