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October 1946 All Hands Magazine

FRONT COVER: A ricksha liberty in Shanghai is enjoyed by Harry A. Lederhandler, PHOM I , of New York City.

October 1946 All Hands Magazine

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FIE BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL INFORMATION BULLETIN
OCTOBER 1946 NAVPERS-O NUMBER 356
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

Navy Day 2
Camid Classroom 4
Courtesy Calls 8
Northern High Lights 9
FASRon: Keeps 'Em Flying High 10
Gone Are the Days 13
Defender of the Flag 14
Navy's Biggest Transport 17
Baffin' the Breeze on the 7 Seas ... 18
Careers for Veterans 20
Books: Stories of Sea, Air 23
Now It Will Be Told 24
The Word 26
Far East Homecoming 28
Letters to the Editor 30
Today's Navy 32
Lens Lease 42
Decorations and Citations 43
The Bulletin Board 51
Enlisted Promotions Established 51
Sea Duty Clarified 54
New Personnel Accounting System 55
Terminal Leave Rules Outlined 56
Sub Duty Requirements Listed 57
Alnays, Navacts in Brief 62
Fantail Forum 64

• AT LEFT: Sailors of USS Houston, flagship of European-based Twelfth Fleet, got some good scrapbook snapshots of Portuguese "visiting firemen" (spiked hats) and policemen (square hats) when the ship called at Lisbon.

CREDITS: Front cover, inside front cover and inside back cover, official U. S. Navy photographs. On pp. 32-33, official U. S. Navy photographs,

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