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All Hands Magazine, July 1949 Navy Ambassadors of Goodwill

July 1949 Issue All Hands Magazine

ALL HANDS

THE BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL INFORMATION BULLETIN

JULY 1949 Navpers-O NUMBER 389

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

  • Salvage Saga 2
  • The Word 4
  • Ambassadors of Goodwill 6
  • Sky-Going Viking 9
  • They Speed the Word Around the Ship 10
  • Shipboard Teamwork 13
  • Strong Navy Means Freedom of the Seas 14
  • All-Navy Boxing and Sports Roundup 16
  • Veteran of 3 Wars Gets GI Training 21
  • Letters to the Editor 23
  • NAVAL COURTESY ASHORE AND AFLOAT 27
  • Decorations and Citations 39
  • Today's Navy 40
  • Servicescope: News of Other Armed Services 44
  • Bulletin Board 46
  • The Story of Navy Manpower 47
  • School Required for Advancement 48
  • Postgraduate Training 50
  • Legislative Roundup 53
  • Directives in Brief 56
  • Books: Lives and Legends Lead List 58
  • Book Supplement: Expendables of 1898 59
  • Taffrail Talk 64

FRONT COVER: This Independence Day, more than ever, the world's freedom-loving people look to the U.S. for leadership and example. Here William J. Winters, Jr., YN1, USN, faces the music and salutes as the national anthem is played aboard a naval station. See special section on Naval Courtesy Ashore and Afloat, beginning on p. 27.—All Hands photo by Walter G. Seewald.

INSIDE FRONT COVER: A group of marines of the marine detachment on board USS Albany (CA 123) listen to a lecture by MSgt W. G. Ferrgino, USMC, beneath the guns of turret three.

CREDITS: All photographs published in All Hands are official U.S. Navy photos unless otherwise designated.

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