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All Hands Magazine, November 1946: Steam Watch

November 1946 Issue All Hands Magazine

ALL HANDS

THE BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL INFORMATION BULLETIN

NOVEMBER 1946 NAVPERS-O NUMBER 357

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

  • Ships of the Future 2
  • Mascots 6
  • Reserve Sailors 8
  • Operation Blue Nose 12
  • Tugs 0' War 14
  • It's an Air-Cooled Navy 19
  • Stalker of Subs 20
  • Tradition and Defeat 23
  • Baffin' the Breeze on the 7 Seas 26
  • Our Other Enemy—Fire 28
  • Letters to the Editor 30
  • Today's Navy 32
  • Decorations and Citations 41
  • The Word 49
  • The New NROTC 50
  • The Bulletin Board 51
  • Navy Will Train Officer Candidates 51
  • Corpsmen Get Earlier Release 53
  • Postgraduate Courses Listed 54
  • Enlisted Travel Allowances Clarified 56
  • Only Ship's Stores After 1 December 58
  • The Navy Poll 60
  • Mooring in the Modern Manner 61
  • Alnavs, NavActs in Brief 62
  • Broadbeam 63
  • Books: Distribution of New Series 64

FRONT COVER: T. J. Buchman, WT3, USNR, adjusts steam pressure to fuel oil pump during a maneuver of the USS Oregon City (CA 122) on the first 14-day postwar Naval Reserve cruise.

INSIDE FRONT COVER: Inspection is held aboard a carrier of Uncle Sam's Fleet.

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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