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All Hands Magazine, June 1949 Rough Duty

June 1949 Issue All Hands Magazine

THE BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL INFORMATION BULLETIN

JUNE 1949 Navpers-O NUMBER 388

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

REAR ADMIRAL JOHN W. ROPER, USN
The Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel

Editor: LCDR George Dennis, Jr., USN

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Rough Duty 2
  • Off-Duty Work Produces Top-Notch EM Club 5
  • The Word 6
  • Super Plane Becomes Super Salesman 8
  • World's Sea Lanes Are Our Life Lines 10
  • Your Good Health Is Their Business 13
  • Hear Those Bells—They Tell a Briny Story 17
  • Training Reserve Sonarmen and ASW Personnel 19
  • Sailors Learn How to Be Good JOs 23
  • Back on Duty 24
  • Letters to the Editor 26
  • Outlying Air Station Has Wild West Tang 30
  • Navy Sports Roundup 39
  • Servicescope: News of Other Armed Services 42
  • Bulletin Board 44
  • Legislative Roundup 44
  • Single Medical Service Proposed 46
  • Pay Grade 1-A Waiting List 49
  • New Surgical Techniques 50
  • Summary of Uniform Regulations 52
  • Directives in Brief 56
  • Equal Treatment, Opportunity 57
  • Books: Hand-Picked Volumes 58
  • Book Supplement: Attack of the Horse Marines 59
  • Taffrail Talk 64

FRONT COVER: Typical of happy hours ashore for Navy men is this photograph of Carl G. Totem, SN, USN, of Encienitas, Calif., helping Miss Helen Pippin of El Dorado, Ark., into a paddle boat in the Tidal Basin, Washington, D. C.— ALL HANDS photo by Kenneth E. Rolph, PH3, USN.

INSIDE FRONT COVER : As the skeleton crew of 650 stands in ranks, a 25-minute ceremony formalizes the entrance of the battleship USS Iowa into the mothball fleet (See p. 18). Iowa was decommissioned at San Francisco Naval Shipyard, Hunters Point.—San Francisco Chronicle photo by Barney Peterson.

CREDITS: All photographs published in All Hands are official U. S. Navy photos unless otherwise designated: pp. 32-33, upper left, ARC; lower right, AP.

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