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All Hands Naval Bulletin - Oct 1941

All Hands Naval Bulletin - Oct 1941

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When t h i s order i s received, a l l men and a l l boys a b l e t o c a r r y a spear w i l l go t o Addis Ababa. Every married man w i l l bring h i s wife t o cook and wash f o r him. Every unmarried m m will bring any unmarried woman he can f i n d t o cook and wash f o r him. Women with babies, t h e b l i n d , and those t o o aged o r i n f i r m t o c a r r y a s p e a r a r e excused, Anyone found a t hone a f t e r receiving this order v i be hanged."' vl l Excerpt fron address d e l i v e r e d by Admiral S t a r k before 1 S. : . Chamber of Commerce, April 29, 1940.
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OFFICIAL FLAG AND HONORS DESIGNATED F R ASSISTANT O SECRETARY O T I E EAVY F R AEROFJAUTICS F O The personal f l a g of t h e A s s i s t a n t S e c r e t a r y of t h e Navy for A6ron a u t i c s vri.11 be s i m i l a r t o t h a t of t h e Secretary o f t h e Nayy, except t h e design w i l l be i n red on a white f i e l d . The personal f l a g of t h e S e c r e t a r y o f t h e Xavj i s on a blue f i e l d and has a v e r t i c a l fouled anchor i n t h e c e n t e r and stars i n each corner, a l l i n white. The f l a g of t h e Under Secretary of t h e Navj has t h e same design except t h e f i e l d is red. The f l a g of t h e A s s i s t a n t S e c r e t a r y o f t h e Navy has a white f i e l d with t h e same design i n blue.
A l l personal honors f o r the A s s i s t a n t S c c r e t a r y o f t h e Navy f o r Aeronautics will be t h e sami: as for t h e .Assistant S e c r e t a r y o f t h e Navy.

The Honorable Artemus L. Gc!tes was sxorn ir! as A s s i s t a n t Secretary of t h e Navy f o r Aeronautics Septembcx 5, 1 4 . 91
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The Secretary of t h e Navy recentlg. addressed a l e t t e r o f comendat i o n t o Ehsign K i l l i a n J. Wallace, Jr., D-V(G), U.S.K.R.

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t h e U,S.$. PRAIRIE STATE under t h e f i r s t V-7 Reserve Ifidshipmen P r o g r m . Foinr hundred twenty-nine (42'3) Ileserve Xidshipmen ivere graduated and coxmissioned Ensigns, V.S.K.R. and were ordered t o a c t i v e dxtjT.

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The f i r s t c l a s s of t h e second Reserve i!lidshiprnen P r o g r m , c o n s i s t ing of some 520 embryo o f f i c e r s , convened a t t h e U.S.S. PiRAIiZIE STATE on September 18. The new course w i l l c o n s i s t of 30 dajrs' i n d o c t r i n a t i o n . Those rnen acceptable will then continxe with t h e 9G-day Rmerve 2"1 1dF'--'; 6 srl-L,,l*." --w Training Program.

Thc fourth and last class of t h e first 7-7 R:?serve 1Lidshi;;men Program w a s graduated from Abbott Hall, Northwestern University, on September 12. This c l a s s consisted of 688 successful. a s p i r a n t s cvho 7m-c coraissioncd and ordered t o a c t i v e duVj. Tho graduation addri3ss Bnsigns, U.S.K.R., was delivered by Captain A. S. Carpcndt.r, U.S.N. The f i r s t c l a s s of t h e second 'iT-7 Reserva Ididshipncn Progrm., consisti n g of 923 college graduates, convcned a t A ? k , o t t ? a l l , P>rt?iTuxjternU x i v e r s i t y , or? September 18. They w i l l follov; a s i n i l a r progran ,to t!mt explained f o r the c l a s s e s on t h e U S S . . . PP&ITtF, STATE.

! r -' 4 JSUPPLY CORPS SCHOOL , GRADUATES 375 FLFSERVE OFPICERS
Under Secretary of t h a Navy Jm,cs V. Forrest?.l, Rcar Admiral !'Gilliam T. Tarrant, U. S. &ivy, Commandarlt of thL F i r s t Etv31 D i s t r i c t , and R%r Admiral- Ray Spear, ( S C ) U S. Ikvy', P:;yrmSt.;r G-:ncr;tl, atte;;ded thru gradu. a t i o n ceremonies of a cl;ss 0,' 375 rescrvc: ensigns ir, t h e Supply Corps, U S. Naval Rescrvc, h e l d a t t h e NLiv Supply Corps School at 3oston, F r l . day, September 12, The school f x c i 1 L t i . s ct noston arc? Sup2litd br t h c ; School of Busincs s Adrninlst n i t i o n o f Ikrvnrd Ur?ivorsity,

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The present graduating class i s t h e first t o complete t h e f i l l course !xof i n s t r u c t i o n si.nce th13 t r a n s f e r of t h e €a? Suppl;~ School f r o n PI-iiYidclphia t o Boston.
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On September 26, 1 4 , 57 officers of t h e U. S. IJavy 2nd U. S. Thvnl 91 Reserve were graduated f r o 2 t h c Submx-ine School, Kcvf London, Connecticut. This c l a s s convened July 2 and t h e s e o f f i c ? r s h w e 5 e m cngnged i n t h e s t u Q of t h e t a c t i c a l operation of subrnuines, Dlcscl enginos, c l e c t r i c i v y , torpedoes, and comunications.

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It i s i n t e r e s t i n g t o note t h s t at, t h e p r e s e n t time more a v i a t i o n cadets e n t e r t h e naval f l i g h t t r a i n i n g centers each %TO weeks than t h e average annual entry during t h e f i s c n l ycars 1335, 1336, 1337, 1038, and 1939. The g r e a t expansion which s t t e n d s a t h e declcirhtion o f a National Ehergency, both as regards 2rocurnment and t r a i n i n g , v . 5 ~a ch:t'.lenge t o t h e a b i l i t i e s of t h e naval i*esc.rvc: aviatioii a c t i v i t i c s , t o m e t under A t t h i s m i t i n g naval aviapressure tremendously expanded requ.irements t i o n cadst s e l e c t i o n boarcis hnvc a c o r f o r t a b i s backlog o f q u a l i f i e d applicants e n l i s t e d and c v a i t i n g flight, t r s i n i n g , and :;aval r e s a r v z a v i a t i o n bascs have s z t i s f a c t o r i l y met :Gl dtm;r,ds ?iace:c! upon t k n .

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The t i m e f o r t h e chief p e t t y o f f i c z r oxmirn.tio:rs i s draxing near. Ln i x v i t w t o t i i e i r s t r u c t i o n s f o r t h a t Attention of t h e servtc; i s exanination, anc! r c l s k d In.fo;-mitior, cont,sin;d i n Curr,3:1 of k i v i g a t i o n 2& ilarticixlu attr,n.t;iorL of commznding o f Z i c e r s C i r c u l a r L e t t e r No. 6 - . i s i n v i t e d t o Enclosure ( )of %ha+,c i r c u l c lr:$:=cr. ?']?esyst,cm o f f i n a l 9 s e l e c t i o n of chief p t t y offic:,rs by co:;?ctitive r;.xaminntion r e q u i r e s t h a t b c pc-rmitted t o t a k e t h e only q u a l i f i e d chicf pc,tty o f f t c c r zciteriL.L s -:lcc%ion of caxdid~!, t o compzte i s e n t i r e l y ;s exarination. The i - ' - ; i n t h e haiids o f cornanding ofl'i.cc;=.s.
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There a r e many o u t s t z d i n g candidates f o r chief p e t t y o f f i c e r r a t i n g who i n t h e p a s t h x c fEr,iltd 30 be :.av:Ancc,d bi?c..;:st: ol" d s f i c i e n c i z s i n writtm examinations. i;:*~y of t h e s e f a i l u r i s c m be a t t r i b u t e d t o l a c k of proper preparation f o r t h e e x m i n 3 t i m s . The o b j e c t i v e type of examination used does not r e q u i r z any 2zr-Licular a b i i i t y i n composition (exp r e s s i n g oneself on papcr), b u t does require i r : t e l i i g e n t i n t e r p r e t a t i o n o f questions 2nd sick f m 5 1 i a r i t y i:ith t h e s u b j e c t matter on which t h e exaninations are bwed.
S~"1SSION OF REPOIZTS OF EXkh;INATIOYS (FOl??l N.?JAV. 524)
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Attention i s i-nvited t o t 5 e f a c t th,&.", Y t h s o r i g i n a l copy of o::I, Forrr, N,fjav.524 nex? be fomcxd.xl t o Yn,e F'::r:au i n conplianci! w i t h Article D-5105(3), Burcau of I!aviption f b f i u ~ . l ,cxc-*>t i.n case of a l l Hospital corps ratir,<s - i . h r n ; $iq;?:,2ic?-t-,copy of t h i s f o : ~:;hall be forwwdcd d i ; r e c t t o t h e Bureau of b:edi.cins and Surgery. Appropriate i n s t r u c t i o n s ;id2 of F x n ?j.?Lv. 524 (Revis2d ?!arch, 1941) are p r i n t e d on t h e r:xr

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A l l hands i n t h e Covington, Kmtwky, Dew Drop Inn Club mad*;u? o f 17 and 1 ycars of agc .rnd f o m z r s t u d e n t s of t h e Holmes 9 High School shipped i n t h e 3. S . Nzvy r e c c n t l y as r e s u l t of a resolutior, adopted by t h e club mcnbers providir,g f a r c n l i s t a s n t o f t h e club i n 2 'nody.
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Arrmgcments for en1istnt::it of t h o 12 rlenbcrs -:e :.:~d;? ky Chief ;: ;r Turret Czptain Clarcnco El. F. Crancr, U, S. Navy, R c c r u i t c r in Charge The cnlistcient Y:ES cozpletoc! 3t thc: Cinof t h e Covington sub-station. c i n n a t i , Ohio, 1 h v y Recruiting o f f i c e e

I n July, 1940, t h e U. S . C - i - v i 1 Service Commission 2ublizhed an announcement o f unassembled exambations for Visual Infcrrnation Special i s t which paid annual s a l a r i e s ranainfi f r o n $2600 t o $4600. The requirements as wnouiced c a l l f o r t h e completion of a fouryear college course leading t o a Bachelor's Degree (with t h e p o s s i b l e s u b s t i t u t i o n of proiyessiv2ly responcible p r o f e s s i o n a l e q e r i e n c e ) f o r experience i n t h e presentation and i n t e r p e t a t i o n o f f a c t s and ideas by photographic v i s u a l means, f o r e x p r i e n c e i n t h e p r o m t i o n , dcvslopncnt, and administration of visual. i n f o r n a t i o n productions, and required t h e applicant t o have a knowlcrlge of design, and t o shorn evidcnce 3f i n i t i a t i v e o r d g i n a l i t y and. execvtiva z b i l i t y i n t h e tcchniques o f v i s u a l presentation.

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George A. C a r r o l l , Chief P3otographx (PA) U. S. Navy, submittcd t o t h e U. S. C i v i l Ser'vico Co:-mission a s t a t m e n t 02 t h e profcxsional photographic expericncc gainsd bg him during h i s 18 ytars of naval ser,vice i n s u b s t i t u t i o n f o r t h e cducational r e q u i r e m n t s . The U. S. C i v i l Servicd Comxission accsptzd Carroll's e x n r r i t n c e i n l i e u of a c o l l t g e clcgrec, and o f f i c i a l l y n o t i f i d him t h a t he had passcd t h e examination and had been placlGd on t h c r c g i s t s r f o r t h z grades of a s s o c i a t e v i s u c l information s p c c h l i s t (photography) and a s s o c i e t e v i s u a l information s p e c i a l i s t (CcnLral), 50th grades pzying t h e annual salary of $3200.

Due t o C a r r o l l % bzing on ac+,ivr :"ty and x i t h t h e n a t i o n i n 2 st,?tc.o f -Cull

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C a r r o l l had no photogrxphlc (-xp:r.ixcp p r i o r t o h i s e n t r r i : ? t D t h e Navy. He entcrcd t h e Navy 1rith pr,de: school e d w a t i o n 2nd x i t h t h e dctermination t o learn a t r a d e .

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The Navy Department r e c e n t l y l x i d f i g u r e s on th-. l i n t . t o show t h a t i powerful two:

NAVAL BUILDIPiG PROCmFSS ADVlJCES TWO-OCEAN NAVY PROGRAM ( COXT --- )

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ocean f l e e t . A survey o f Xavy ship-bulld’ng a c t i v i t i e s has revealed t h a t i n t h e e i g h t months s i n c e J&nuar;y.1, 19L1, a t o t a l o f 213 v e s s e l s of a l l c l a s s e s were completed o r ;)].aced i n a c t i v e s e r v i c e ; keels were l a i d for 436 s h i p s of a l l classes ranzing froc, t h e 1o~:’Lyt i i s t r i c t c r a f t such as harbor t u g s and n e t tmders t o mighty battleslii;,s, and t h a t yard workmen were swarming over 2?+9 o t h e r s launc5ed be5ween ,January 1 and September 1 and needing only t h e f i n i s h i r g touches as a f i n a l st,cp t o m r d t h e i r becoming p a r t o f t h e United S t a t e s f l e e t . Here i s how s t a t i s t i c s read: No. k e d s laid Battleships Cruisers Submarines Aircraft c n r y i e r s Destroyers Patrol c r a f t Auxiliaries District craft
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It i s emphasieed that t h e above f i g u r e s o n keel-laying r e p r e s e n t On t i l , ways and i n varj-,Lr. c o n s t r u c t i o n begu;. s i n c L th?, i’irst of tk~-.s i o u s s t a g e s o f completion are o t h t r f i g h t i n g s h i p s i n c l u d i n g a d d i t i o n a l b a t t l e s h i p s l a i d down i n l94.O.

t rec.xtL;: n m o m -d t,’-ir.f t k r m g h s p l i t t i n g conThe Navy Dm-?-’, tracts ad takiiip 3t! y str=ps !,a h a s t c i t h z ’ku(j- - ? t h e tv.0 Fdditions t o : s dorrni t w g a t I?:-,na?ql’s, and a new r e c i t a t i o n Bancrcft Hall, midshiprn h a l l involving a:i cxpL 7 ur, o f ,2,52I.,Odl, ksve 3 ~ o n corql=:ted i n l e s s t h a n a y e a r . nTormally t h e vi0l-k v o u l d r e q u i r e fmrn 1.8 nonths t o two years.
The Bancroft Ha11 a d d i t i o n s c o n s i s t of t v g t’L” type wings, each havinq a long l e g of 190 by 50 f e e t and a s h r t on:: of 96 by 50. Each accomnodztm aFproximatclg 300 midshipmen. The s t r u c t u r e s were t u r n e d over t o t h e Rival Academy September 8, onL week before t h e midshipmen vrwe scheduled t o occupy them. F i n i s h i n g d e t a i l s a r e now being appli2d t o t h e r L c i t a t i o n h a l l which vSiLl be read>r for use by October 1. The, ?..dditions ct t h e Nev?J Academy x r c p a r t i c u l a r l y needed t o t a k e c a r e o f thc2 i n c r a z e d nw.ber of midshipmci being appointed t o the Academy. T o t a l of 3,118 are now a t t e n d i n g a s comparcd i;.ith 2,602 i n 1940; w i t h 1,704 i n 1934.

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schooling, i n c l u d i n g p r q a r a t i o n f o r High School. Information on +,?lese !. courses T.ag be obtained. by addressing lr Edward Brown, Head I,'ester, Calvert School, Tuscany Road, Faltimore, Xary2.and.tt
BOOKS FWH IVSTRUCTION

The Bureau r e c e i v e s f r e q u e n t l y r e q u e s t s f o r books i n c l u d i n g zcch m a t e r i a l as Watch O f f i c e r ' s Guide'', Duttonts ttNavigatioptt, an6 Knigptls ltSt:arnanshiptt, f o r use i n i n s t r u c t i o n 03 o f f i c e r s . There a r c no funds under t h e cognizance of t h i s Bireau f o r t h e purchsse of ~ i o o k sfor i n s t r u c t i o n purposes on board s h i p excopt f o r thi. X T C of candidates p r e p 2 r i . q f o r t h e c n t r a n w examination t o t h e Dje-~alFcadcxy. These books 2r-d of coursc included i n tlic s h i p ' s l i b r a r y but, funds ar8 riot s u f f i c i t m t t o provide enmgh duplicntt: copies t o Take they 3 v a i . l a b l e for individiial instruction.

A t sea t h e c z l l i s used t o dcriot2 th,, . ~ c iof t k period f o r c l a m i n g s h i p and p o l i s h i n g t h ? b r x m o r k .

M. F l e t c h n r HoC?.ge~,Jr., t h z Curctor of t h e "Foster Ea11 Collexr tion'? o f t h e U n i v e r s i t y of P i t t s b u r g h kins o f f e r e d bo f u r n i s h x i t h o u t charge copies of t h e booklet e n t i t l z d !?Songs o f Stephen Foster'! idlich c o n t a i n s t h e m r d s and m s i c f o r t b x e socgs. This booklet m . . ~ o b be tainec! by Naval S t s t i o n s by qJplyi.ng d i r e c t t o Y . Hodges 2 . t the F.rrstcr r Hall Colle ct ion, Univar s it y o f P i t t s b u r g h , P i t t s Surgh, Pciins ylvanin

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The managsr of t h e Matixis1 C i . t y 3 m k h ~ rnade x r a n g m e n t s with s t h e Bank of S r a z i l t o purchase d o l l z r s fro?; p s - s o n n d o f ships o f t h c United S t a t e s Navy c a l l i n g n t t h e port of P:rmx?xico a . t r c t e s such wri. f a v o r a b l e than t h e personnel have b e m r-r:cziving f r m pri.v.?-tc? opLir3tors. The procedure i s o u t l i n e d i n 2 I c t t s r frorri t h e K:ztional City Fiank:
"An arrangement VEX' conswnated wher::.by o m Pc-rnmhuco b ~ a n c h ni.11, i n f u t u r e , purch?-se d o l l a r cv.rrcccy from the men of one s h i p c a d exchsngs it f o r a check cf t h e P a p a s t c r of t h e f o l l c v i n g s h i p and r e m i t tk ltztter

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INDEX
A P a t r i o t i c Naval Creed Advancement f o r Bravery and Other Meritorious Conduct " A l l Hands" E n l i s t i n U S Navy Appointments as Warrant O f f i c e r s Board t o Pick O f f i c e r s f o r Engineering DULY Books f o r 1nst.iction Bugle Call (New) Calvert School, Baltimore. Maryland C b i e f P e t t y O f f i c e r Examinations, October 30, 1 4 91 Chronometer O u t f i t s and Replacements Comendation ( C i t a t i o n ) Commendation Conmendation Compensation Conference of Naval Reserve Aviation IJatters Filler L i s t of Sureau of Ilavigation C i r c u l a r L e t t e r s B e g i m i n g August 26. 1941 Nars Maval Academy Buildings Completed i n F a s t Ti2e Naval Building Progress Advances Two-ocean Sayy Program O f f i c i a l Flag acd Iionors Designates f o r A s s i s t a n t S e c r e t a r y of t h e Navy € o r k r o n z u t i c s Openings Available i n Supply C a r p . U S Navy Opsortvnjties Available i n t h e TJ S Kava1 S e r v i c e for E n l i s t e d Hen t o A t t a i n Accepted P r o f e s s i o n a l Q u a l i f i c a t i o n s t o Compete i n C i v i l S e r v i c e E x m i n a t i o n s Postgraduate School A c t i v i t i e s Promotions Reenlistment Allowance Called t o A t t e n t i o n o f Xen Nearing End of Enlistnients i n t h e Navy and Karinc Corps Schools - Graduating Classes S e l e c t i o n s f o r Submarine Training So You ';;ant t o be Defcrrzd! Songs o f St6pht.n Fost-r S p e c i a l Exchange Rate f o r P w s o n n c l o f S h i p s of the {Jnited S t a t a Xavy C a l l i n g F t Pernambuco Submission o f Iieports o f Examinations (Form M.I':av. 424) The P r e s i d e n t fiuthorizss Incrazise of 40 Ckiaf '?i'iarrant and '"'jarrant O f f i c e r s i n 1. S %rine Corps Transportation o f Depndcnts o f ? ? r i v ~P c r s o n m l t o P e m l l HPrbor. T.H., I n s t r u c t i o n s Reg?rding

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