All Hands Magazine - Nurses, NRS Ladies - July 1966

July 1966 Issue All Hands Magazine


JULY, 1966 Nav-Pers-O NUMBER 594

The Chief of Naval Personnel

The Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel

Assistant Chief for Morale Services




  • Four-Star Forum: Suppose You Were CNO for 60 Minutes
  • Today's Navy
  • Servicescope: News of Other Services
  • The Word
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Decorations and Citations
  • Bulletin Board
    • Chance for Reservists, Inductees to Go USN
    • Variable Reenlistment Bonus Gets Better
    • Requirements for HMs and DTs in MSC
    • Azores, Grand Central Station of the Atlantic
    • Vietnam Awards for U.S. Servicemen
  • Directives in Brief
  • Taifrail Talk

John A. Oudine, Editor

Associate Editors

  • G. Vern Blasdell, News
  • Don Addor, Layout & Art
  • Ann Hanabury, Research
  • Gerald Wolff, Reserve

FRONT COVER: NAVY RATINGS are symbolic of the wide variety of jobs in the sea service. They range from duties evolving over a long period of history to entirely new categories in electronic, supersonic and nuclear fields. For a rundown on the Navy rating structure, see the story and charts in this issue.

INSIDE FRONT COVER: MOONLIT AND SHADOWED—USS Haddo (SSN 604) awaits the break of a new day. Haddo is a unit of Submarine Squadron Four based in Charleston, S. C.—Photo by Fran (Ski) Perzinski, PHSN, using a 4x5 View Camera, tripod, camera setting full at 30 seconds.

CREDIT: All photographs published in ALL HANDS Magazine are official Department of Defense photos unless therwise designated.

ALL HANDS The Bureau of Naval Personnel Career Publication, is published monthly by the Bureau of Naval Personnel for the information and interest of the naval service as a whole. Issuance of this publication approved in accordance with Department of the Navy Publications and Printing Regulations, NAVEXOS P-35.

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