Our Navy Magazine, June 1959 The Fleet That Nobody Knows
OUR COVER: Seabee Donald L. Christensen of MCB-10 receives a fond greeting upon his return to the States via an MSTS transport.
The Voice of all Navymen
Vol. 54 No. 1, 1 June, 1959, 48 Pages
- WASHINGTON BULLETIN
by Harold Helfer
Latest from the Pentagon and Capitol Hill.
- BULLETIN BOARD OF NAVAL INTEREST
by Our Navy Reporters
With bluejackets ashore and afloat and from coast to coast.
- NAVY SPORTS THROUGH THE LONG GLASS
by Fred Thornberry
Who won what, when, and where.
- THE FLEET THAT NOBODY KNOWS
by Harold Helfer
"Perhaps the oddest set-up afloat."
- HOW TO STAY OUT OF TROUBLE WITH WOMEN
by One Who Learned
It might help.
- WHEN OUR NAVY WAS YOUNG
Pictures of life afloat in 1897.
- THE SUBMARINE SERVICE
by Dick Graddick, J01
A short survey by a SubLant journalist.
- SAILOR AT THE READY
by Jack Grenard
A long short story set at an air base.
- SPEAKING OF CARS
- SALT SHAKERS
- BROADWAY SCUTTLEBUTT
- OUR REEL NAVY
- PLATTER PERISCOPE
- SOUND OFF
- NOTES OF INTEREST
Editor: Frank Uhlig, Jr.
Assistant Editor: Dean Campbell
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Contributing Editors: Harry Dwyer (Sports), Walt Munson, Charles M.
Hatcher, Harold Helfer (Washington), Vic Rendina
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Entire contents copyrighted, 1959, by OUR NAVY Inc.
FIRST OF JUNE, 1959