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Our Navy Magazine - February 1946 - Peeping Tom

Our Navy Magazine, February 1946

Vol. XL, No. 17

Table of Contents : * THE LOG *

  • Peeping Tom
    by L. Brundall
  • Jug Goes Battle Happy
    by Robert R. Reiker
  • First Views of New Uniform
  • Kipper Fleet
    by William E. Raynor
  • Salty Rhymes
  • Travel My Way
    by George A Booze
  • Dogface Currier
    by Newton J. Jones
  • The Guy We Call Kansas
    by Jordan Paine
  • The Man Who Came Back
    by Gail M. Raphael
  • What's In A Name?
    by Richard A. Shafter
  • The Sky's the Limit
    by C. M. Hatcher
  • Roundup of the Fleet
    by Fletcher Pratt
  • Cancels and Cachets
    by Marshall R. Hall
  • Shalt Shakers
    by Walt Munson
  • Bulletin Board of Naval Interest
  • Awards, Commendations and Promotions
  • Personnel Information
  • Sports Around The Fleet
  • Cross Word Puzzel
    by V. A. Van Der Hyde
  • Your Peauty Parade
  • Notes of Interest
  • Lay Aft on the Fantail
  • Traditions of the Navy
    by C. W. Windas
  • The Skipper and the Boot
    by B. G. Nelson

All Photographs are Official Navy Photos unless otherwise identified.

Written By and For All Navymen. Member Audit Bureau of Circulation.

More Net Paid Circulation in the Navy than Any Other Publication.

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