Our Navy Magazine 15 July 1959
The Voice of all Navymen
15 July, 1959
Vol. 54 No. 4
OUR COVER: The USS Staten Island (AGB-5) being shown the way by a few of the native guides as she breaks through the ice of the Antarctic.
- Washington Bulletin
by Harold Helfer 3
Latest from the Pentagon and Our Capitol Hill.
- Bulletin Board of Naval Interest
by Oer Navy Reporters 11
Navy News from the Seven Seas.
- Navy Sports Through the Long Glass
by Fred Thornberry 30
Who won what, when, and where.
- Escape from An Icy Grave
by Samuel Heyman, YNC 22
true story from the Antarctic.
- New Ships for The Missile Age
by Robert N. Sheridan 24
Into the not-too-distant future.
- I Christen Thee ...
by Radm. Colby G. Rucker 26
Launching anecdotes. with Alfred S. Campbell
- The Option
by H. E. McDonnell
Tense moments for jets.
- Speaking of Cars 31
- Swaps 45
- Our Reel Navy 32
- Notes of Interest 46
- Sound Off 44
- Editorial 48
Editor: Frank Uhlig, Jr.
Assistant Editor: John Knecht
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Hatcher, Harold Helfer (Washington)
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