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APRIL 1 , 1942

NWBER 301

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PEARL HAR.BOR, 'JIAXE IiEROES FZEVAFEIEII , Heroisrn disFP&yed face of the Japanese attacks offici-ally revrded recently t a r y d t h e Navy Frank Knos

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Sixty-two medals and 2'72 l e t t e r s ofcommendation were issuec! i n r e c o g n i t i o n o f thecourage,devotion t o d?lty, gallant c o n c l x t a u d d i s r e g a r d of p e r s o n a l s a , f e t y which onevelry h a n d c h a r a c t e r i z e d t h e resista n c e o f f e r e d enemy f o r c e s i n t h e i r o p e r a t i o n s azairlst t h e s e Pacific oiltpos t s

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The Medal o f Honor was awarded by fZresident Roosevelt t o 14 members o f the, Naval service, while Secretary Knox a u t h o r i z e d p r e s e n t a t i o n of t h e Navy Cross t o 48, one of whon i s t o r e c e i v e t h e Navy Cross with Gold Star. Three women-the wife of a naval o f f i c e r and two telephone o p e r a t o r s - a r e among t h o s e p r e s e n t c d l e t t e r s of commendation by P r c s i d e n t ... Roosevelt,Secretary b o x , Act?iral Chester W. Nimitz, U S N , \ ,Commanderd n In-Chief, Pacific Fleet, and cormanding; o f f i c e r s of v a r i o u s f l s e t d i v ii)Lo s a n ds h o r es t a t i o n s . Fourteen of the ne'dal presen+&t,ionsmust be made posthumously s i n c e t h e y were e a r n e d by o f f i c e r s a n d men who d i e d f i g h t i n g t h e i r s h i p s , incarryingoutself-imposedmissionsthatmcantthesacrificeoftheir and i n o t h e r d e m o n s t r a t i o n s o f h e r o i s m . lives that shipmates might live, Eleven o f t h e s e won t h e Tiedal of Honor, three the Navy Cross,

Among those awarded the l k d a 1 of F o m r posthumously are Rear A d m i r a l Isaac C. Kidd, CaptainFranklin Van Valkenburqh and Captain Msrvyn s. Hennion. Adnirnl Kidd and Captain Van Valkenburgh d i e d when t h e f o r mer's f l a g s h i p , t h e USS ARIZONA, blew up from rmgazine e x p l o s i o n s a n d a d i r e c t hoI& h i t on the bridge.CaptainBennion, a f t e r being Kortally wounded, c v i d e n c c d a p p a r m t c o n c e r n o n l y i n i i g h t i n g a n d savi.2g h i s s h i p , and stzongly protested against beirlg carried from t h e b r i d g e .
Cormander Cassin Young, U.S,N., one o f the t h r e e l.!eda1 of Honor r c c i p i c n t s wh,o s u r v i v e d t h e P-'t:wf Fiarl>or attack, IVCS Ln command of his ship, moored a l o n g s i d e t h e E S LIi-Z3EA, vhm e x p l o s i o n s aboard t h e l a t t e r vGssel b l e x him a v t r b o u d . He s a back, cli-mb:d the gz.ngwm 1Pja;v and with utmost coolrwss and c~.Lmcss, des;)itc h i s s t u n n i n g expwi s n c e of h a v k g b s e n blomn overboard,quf-ckly e s t k a t e d t h e s i t w f i o n andmcneuvered his shLp t o a point, of safety, L i e u t e n a n t Commander Samuel G. Fuqm, U.S,H., atiother survivor awarded t h EIcdXt. of IIonor, was knocked dorm 2nd ct,+tlnncd k y m.2gazj.r;s e x p l o s i o n s i n his s h i p , t.hz USS &:)LIZOXjL Braving repeat,ed encnyboabing
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11-la o n ] ~ gthr?r s-mvivor o f tiit: Ja,panese ai-tack to F L n t h e Medal of lionor i s iikchl.nist D. K. 3,oss, -::arrant c f f i c e r o f the 1'aci.f:i.c F k e t s h i p . \Vher! h i s s t a t i o n i:1 t h e f o r x x - d d;mamo rocm L~;-CLIEC: ztl1iioSt, ullt~eI~ablu due t o snokt., steam, a n d heat,, ilr? fnrcc.6 h i s men t,r, h a v e t h a t ~ t 2 ~ t i . 0 1 1 and pe'rr"ormcd all d a t i e e hj.mst.lf un?,i1 l i n d c d (2nd unconscious. b Y&cc he XQS rescued and rcsusci-tafcd, 3,nti t.,vici; he rc:t,uxwd t o h i s S t , a t i O i l . O 9ccembsr G, on his own i n < - t i T t i r e , h e estab1ishzir:d 2 bo3.trepciUir st::tior;, n r e c l a i m i d and repai:-ed ab:Lndont:d boats, 3rgarlj.zc:d boat, cr.-:1:s a;:d made ami.1a b l e many necdsd b o a t s wh.Lch othomris,: woqld have been l o s t .
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Thc r e c i n i c n t of the i?J?,vy Cross 1TLt.h Gold S-:ar--an a-mrd cquiv a l c n t t o t , ~ oNavy C r x e a s - - i s M?ut,enrint Clarel!cs E. Bickilison, Jr., U.S.N. JZr;tU?ni11g Tram a scout,?'_r:g mission j.ri a Nzvy p l a ~ x :d u r i n g th+: P m r l Harbor raid, i ~ ;?tt;lck<-,d : s-qxrior n:&c:r ~ s Sjr I 01%zncny a i - r c r n f t . F:is g x i n e r IL ES kil2.c:d an(-:, t.he plant-- s e t 011 firy:
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Lieutenant Dtckinsor; t:nga.ged +!C enmy, hom:ver, u n t i l h i s plane ,I nns knockcd out, o f c o n t r o l , He parachntc:tl, rad(; his ?%,ray t h c Naval Air to Station, ;;.epmt,cc! to his Co:nr-ztn~jir;;; cfi'icc.:r -,y-ti:o,lt infornin;; t k Int,",cir t h ? t h(>had j u s t l:.;>c:n s!lot. do-b~~:l, ~ ~ l . ~ mann.:rj ~n~ t h c .~ p l a~ e ?.nd . ~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ ~ 2 o i r ~ n: : ~ departed o n a 1'75--m.ilc: si2arci; fli$t,.
On Decemkr 1 Lieutenant 3ickirlsor;,searching for. an e n m y 0 s u b m r i n e reported nenrby, si.ght,cd a subnar5.m on t h c surface, dove t h r o u r h a h a i l of' a.nti-xircra"ft f i r e to :q"it?,ck th;: vl:ssel 2nd dropped a boc1S. Thz e1.2IIxariric+ w x t d w m in a manner t'3c;t in:licntcd it had been daIXlg2d, 01: p O S S ; , b l y dcSt,Gyed. 'Fj].)l-i? Y%S no C:V~.r'!i.nCC O f a diV", RLIIC!~ :2S 3, p r ope 1lt.r :.'ake lu*,hi-l.e 1 x - gb:lbIplc of o i l and r.ir cane t o thc s ~ f a c e . ;I ~

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Navgr Cro:<c;os were nwar.d;;d t o Cornmmder WirlfLeld S . Cmninghan, U.S.N., an6 Ma*jor J m : . ! s P. S. Dc?vt!rt?ux, U. S . k r i x Corps, who p a r t i c i p a t e d i n thc gKlLmt, defense ~7:f Wzke I s l n n d . ??-ICFo;;rd of Awards, whichsubmittL;d the: r , ~ c o ~ m e n d r b t i cfrom r':.,i.ch 1 e c i r j i c n t s :f ?1:;d7.1~ nnd let+,e:rs wtcre s e h c t ns , ed, Foin-tt.:d ou-L -!,hr4; c ~ r n ~ ~ l ~ : t ~ ~ . ; ~ of'fici.al .'C?~C~;S rt;r::lrdir:s s";:nd thc.: a t Wce 8 r e not, known, b u t +,i-~-:t, the basis of ava:l.lahl- i n f o r n a t l o n Co?-imander or1 C)>mningharr, Xajor Devijrewr des.>rvC Ea\, Cyosses. and

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Sam AweBu, C i v i l i a n , GenerHl ZoSor h'orena.n, i q ~ v yC o n t r a c t o r s ,
ldilliem J Hoff;;lan., Civilixn,Shipwright. . Tire followirig namcd c i v i l l a m wereawarded l e t t e r s o f commenda t i o n by t h e Commander i l l Ciiief, E. s'. 2 a c l f i c F l e e t . K a r i n E. Chandler, wff:e o f Lieutenant Coxmande,r W. D. Charrsler, ( 3 C ) US% J o h n E L l i n g r o n , C i v i l i a z , ~alectrician. Kenneth E. Elsea, C i ' v i l i a h , P i p e f i t t e r David L s G t n e r S o r n ,C i v i l i a n ,Z l e b t r i c i a n Elmer F. P e r r y ,C i v i l i a n ,S l e c t r i c i a n Civiliz,n, :>-.:r,-.ral Eelper George X. Wilcox,
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Cit,a.bion of t h e exceptiora!.ly m e r i t o r i o w s e n r i c e of Vice Admiral Eilliarn F. Halsey, Jr,p U.S. ljavy, f o r which he was avirarded t h e Distinguished Service Uedal by t h e Presidext sf $he U n i t e d S t a t e s p follows:

ifl?or d i - t i n g u i s h e d service ir; B d u t y of g r e a t res p o n s i b i l i - b y a~ Corr:.:a.r,der of tke 1,:aarshali Eaic'ing Force, iii?ited S t a t e s P a c i Z i c Fleet, end especially f o r nis . k r f i l i m % a i a~~aa~'.io-rs ;Sg2in?t t h e rd r2tf;ack Ucrshal:L and Gllbest 1s:anci.s O E 2 a m a r y 31, 1-942. B y h i s z r e a t SIii.1-1 a i d de%errnina%ioS this drive inf'lictnd heavy damage t o e r m y s h i p 2 and planes,"
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Eugene 'ialworth, Yeoman, Thirc? Class, U.S. fJavJ, who performed many d u t i e s o u t of E: yeoman's l i n e T & i l c ? s e r v i n g aboamd. t h e minesweeper, U2.S. O G L A U which -tfas. lost i n t h e Japanese ,raid on' P e a r l Harbor December 7, 1941, hes beer!advanced i n r a t i n g t o Yeoian, Nzvy Departmentannounced Second Class, f o r m e r i t o r i o u s a c t i o n , t h e .. recentiy.
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A S p c b l : Board of bm.~ds was appointed by SecretarJr Of t h e I a V Y Gosephus ~ a n i e 7 - s3 Mar5h 5 , 192.9 t 3 recorrmend those deemed worthy n of t h e 2ai-d of 5Iedal.s of Honor, D i s t i n ~ ~ i s ~ e ~ - S e r - Medalsand NV ~fice aY ; , cmsses a.s provided for .ill the. Ac.6 of y & n ~ . 4 , %919.-- " y rolioJlsing t h e rccmmendations of Bear?. a1.d subseqxent g c t i o n by Secret,arY k i e l s , awwds for ~ T G ac';j.ons ana d i s t i n g v i s h e d service dxlri-np t h e ~ C World War were preserited in 1yashipgton 2nd 2 t v : p t m s Neval statj.o:ls on t 3 g e ~ o A m s t i c e Dag, 1 9 % ~. ~ s: ~ ~ - rlKxbc:r p f xay- ax& ~~1-5.1~ec r p s f f i c e r s and aen, and a l s o t o rr,enjars of t,he n i l 5 k x - y services of the. icllies.
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A p r i l , 1917, has d.istin,vixhed. llimsel? b y e x c e p t i o n a l l y m e r i t o r i o u s rerrpor:i;ibility. This s e r v i c et ot h e zovernment i n 8 d u t y of great The obverse has tl.ie f i g u r e of an medal i s 3f gold., Srcnze ar;d cnari;el. Americane&e,surrounded b y a bUle enameled Sandbearing t h e inT'r;e reverse i s 21 tris c r i p t i o n ltUNITED STATES 011' hPiEFIIC.4 AND IdAVYll. d e n t e n c i r c l e d by olive branches arouild which i s a ban?. o f b l u e e n m e 1 It as designed.by on which is illscribed IIFO;', DIPTIN2jIS;Zi) SE:?l!ICI;:.tl E r Paul ;t.%.nr,hip. T h i sd e c o r a t i o n i s worn on t h e leCt b r e a s t , sxs4. pended Yron a b l u e ribiborl vritl.1 a c e n t e r s t r i p 0: gold. 349 a-mrds o f t h i s decorationhavebeen rr:ade t o rrern3ers of t h e PTaval S e r v i c e . A d m i r a l E r n e s t J. Kin[;, U.S. Navy, Comr;Ilnrld~r-in-r,l.liF?f, U n i t e dS t a t e sF l e e t , is one of t h e f e l l persons tvho r e c e i v e d t h e second a.ward o f this d e c o r a t i o n wag preand he r e c e i v e d a gold s t a r I;o be worn witJ-1 t h e medal Vlih!-Ch medal. 3G D5stlnguished-Service s e n t e dt o him i n l i e u of a second Eledalshavebeen awa.rded t o rnemhers of t h e E y i x e Corps. The f i r s t Distinguished-Ser3ice &dal was awardedposthumously on March 13, 1919 ( > . b o u t f i v e wceits after the a u t h o r i z a t i o n o f t h i s d e c o r a t i o n ) t o BrigadierGeneral C h e r i e s A . Doyen, GS!TC, who was c r e d i t e d with having Itbuilttt the Fourth Brigade of )lasines which a c q u i t t e d 'itself s o v a l o r o u s l y i n t h e Cha.teau T h i e r r y S e c t o r i n F r a n c e andsubsequent battles.
The Navy Cross xilay beawarded t o any p e r s o n who, while i n t h e NavalService o f t h e United. S t n t e s , h a s d i s t i n g u i s h . e d h i m s e l f b y e x t r a ordinary heroism o r d i s t i n g u i a h e d s e r v i c e i n t h c l i n e of h i s p r o f e s s i o n , such htroism or s e r v i c e n o t b s i n g s u f f i c i e n t t o _imti,"y %he award of t h e 1J"l'dal o f Iionor or a D i s t i n ~ u i s h t d - S e r v i c e &dal.'J The Navy Cross i s t h e only d e c o r a t i o n vinich has heen bestowed on !vomer. o f t h e Naval S e r v i c e . Four nomen 7:rem awarded t h i s d e c w a (T!"rce wer" posthumous a m r d s ) . A l l m r e rnarnbers of t h c Navy tion. NursE Corps Txhose ser-,ric? vas r e c o g n i z e di n this manni;r. Th.c Cross was prw:ent,ed t o ?,ks,1,enz.h S u t c l i f f eH i g t e 3 , and. -Lo th.e relat i v e s ( f X i z s E n i e LouiseHidell, R,.:J., i Miss L i l l - i a n 1'2. Furphy, R.N., an.d 1';iss Edna E. P l x e ,

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Shehadconpletr;d.hc.r t r a i n i n g a t ths E m York Po,% GraduELte H o s p i t a l i n 1899 snd k d t a k n a p o s t g r a d u a t e c o u r s e z t Forc7harn Hos;?itai, New York City. She w?,s a p p o i n t t d FL Ntlvy Yjurse. on Septenher 7, 1908 and o r d e r e d t od u t yi n the U.S. Naval Iiospitt:.l,lhshington, D.C. Sha
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?o &t.e t h e 3is:inguished Flying Cross has 3 e e n awPrded to tl,i.rt:; o f f i c e r s 3.nd me11 of t:le Brval S e r v i c e , and t o t w e n t y o f f i c e r s arid fi:Te enl.ist,ed men of the hiarin2 C o r p s .

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The S e c r e t a r y of tl;e r k w y on J&cel;lber 25, 19.41 a u t h o r i z e d a l l flay o f f i c e r s t o a h a w e e n l i s t e d men i n r a t i n g up t o amd i n c l u d i n g c h i d p n t t y officer., -zcting ap?oi?i;ment, in r e c o g n i t i o n o f e s p e c i n l l j r m e r i t o r i o u s conduct i n cctiop.. '~hi5 t;utIwr-ity p r o v i d e st h a t -these adv a n c e m n t s may be c ~ . ? . exi?;hout; regard t o vacancies o r t h e noraal s e r v i c e requirements. The C o ~ ~ a n d e r s - i n - of ~ t~ e ~ C h ~ 1T.8. I;?eet, t h e A s k t i c F l e e t , t h e A t l a n t i c Fleet, and t h e Pac.i:'ic Fleet,, have b w n m % h o r i z e d t o am%rd 2nd present i n the na.nie of Lh.e P r e s i d m t , thc > J ~ v yCross t o any p e r s o n i n t h e n a v a l s e r v i c e l ~ k s ~o r uho ahal.1 :.iri.sf,in~xish himself h by e x t r a o r d i n a r y hceroizm.

A l l - CoCL~~~nders-in-Chief !la-~ebeen dirt-?c.tpd t:, submit by despatch such recomenda5ions f o r t,mporary adv;,~cener:t of o f f i c e r s under t h e i r cornand here spctcinl.l;v m e r i t o r i o u s conduct in a c t i o n may be considsreci 2s Imrrnn.tipg c&,ry.ncemant.
Prepared by: Reference D i v i s i o n o f t e h O f f i c e o f F-ublic K t l a t i o n s .

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The a t t e n t i o n of t h e s e r v i c e i s a g ~ i n n v i t e d t o the h p o r t a n c e i of oonservinr;pri.nted T o m s i , order t o save paper and avoid waste. r Extra c o p i e s of Forms M.iJav. 52&, which serve no u s e f u l p u r p o s s , c o n t i n u e t o b e Torwarded t o t.hc: Bureau when advsncements i n rating a r e recomnended o r reported. Only r e p o r t s of exan1inat;ion on Forn; N.Nav. 524 f o r adv a n c e x m t s t o r a t i n g s of pay grzde four and above ~ h o u l d fsrvmrded t o be t h e Bureau, and i n t h e s e cases o n l y tile o r i g i n a l should be f o r m r d e d except, i n t h e cases of Hospital Cozp~nen, -&en one copyshould be provlcled f o r t h e Pxeau o f Uedicine 3rd S c r g q r y ,
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On l k r c h 9, 1942 t h e Secret,arg of t h e Navy, Frank Knox, announcer?. t h a t Admiral Harold R. Stark, Chief of Maval Operations s i n c e August 2, 1939, has bsen r e l i e - J e d of thr;t pas% t o be d e s i g n a t e d Conmantier, U.S. Naval Forces operat.il1.g i n Europezn 'Jaters.

AdmiralErnest J. King,C.~l.~-ander-in-Chief,UnitedStates F l e e t , wl absorb t h e d v t i e s o f C h i e f o f il Naval O p e r a t i c n s , t h u s s o l i d a t , i n g t h e two d u t i e s under one o f f i c e r .

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BcTore Froceeding t o London, Admiral S t e r k wl t a k e leave il u n t i l l a t e i n h!arc;h, He i s e x p e c t e dt o assumc h i s new d u t i e s about April 15th. Adrr,irzl E.;ini:ls d u t i e s 2:; Chief of Naval Operations wl be il adninist::recl b y 2. striff c,f o f f i c e r s u n d e r Rear Admirzl F J. Hornn, . U.S.N. Admiral 3orm heclme F.ssistar!t t o t h e Chief of Nava.1 Operations on December 27, 19d8.1. Rezr J d n i r a l Russcll Tiillson, K.S.N., t h e C o ~ ~ n ~ ~ n d e r - i n - C h iV f , F l e e t . e ,S.
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A course of twelve (12) assignments covering a1.l mathods of communication aboard used ship. This course i s d e s i g n e dp r i n c i p a l l y for o i ' f i c e r s o f t h e C o r n u n i c a t i o n R,eserve, but i s recormended f o r a l l deck o f f i c e r s . Books requirodr *lCorn,unication Instructi.ons, 1??9"; C]h,?pi;er 30, Wanualof Engineeriny I r s t m c . l ; l o m ~ ~ ; " E x t r a c t s ,from U.S. Navy Regulations, l'r)20"; c.ind rz spcj.~.3. tlXa.fom~tion PanpNetft. GVNNERY ( C )
A course o f t h i r t e e n (13) Z s s i q n m n t F x h i c h g i v e s t h e s t u d e n t a n e x c e l l e n t p r a c t i c a l knowledge of t h c fundamental problems i n gunnery aboard s h i p . The cgurse is reconmendod f o r all deck o f f i c e r s . Books r e q u i r e d : "Gunnery I n s t r u c t i m s fl?rU S Naval Reserve, 1935; In.. s t r u c t i o n s lor Use i n P r e p a r a t i o n nf the Ra.ting of Firecontrolman, Third Class; F i r e Control Notes - 19L,.O YSIIR; S h i p and Gun Drills, 1927 ( o u t o f p r i n t ) ; LmdinF:Force Manual V.S. iiav: l93P.

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The r l e w o f f i c i a l U S . ? j a y 7 a l t a r s e t was designed by G9ptain . D. Tlorlman h e a d of Chapla;-nIs Di-vision, of Nnviqation,and C m d r . u. I!. F k f f e r t y , .in &hc o f f i c e of ';he Chief of Chnplrtins. To SZvi? space a5oar5 s:;ip tila bi-,?"ssc j ~ o ~ s rcversiblt:, is one face des-igncd f o r Zonan C a t h o l i cs e r v i c e sa n d tht: reverse f o r ProtGst,ant;. The o f f i cia5ingc!nplai;.l c3n ' Y ~ P O V B thc? silver h r p u s o r +AIL; I €1 S o n tha opposite s i d e t o c o n f o r n . v b 5 t ~ ~ ~ t h e scrvict. he 5.s c ~ n d u c t i n g .
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Two c a n d l e s t i c k s , a l s o of b r x s , .:Lrld two .flovrer V L ? S ~ Sc o z p l e t e thg! a l t a r s e t . ~ lof tht;piccoshave l broad sq1,mre bascs, wcigh-txd t o avoid t i p p i n g on a . r o 1 l i . q ; s h i p , and are mrksd ItV. S . X a v y l ' . Tine design h i s received m o s t fav.ora'oiti corrmcnt.

The Navy commmion s e r v i c e is 03 t,hrsc tjl;?c;s. OEZ is a si.1wr p l a t e d cup which i s d i v i d c d for wine and vmfers and a paton for bread. The s e c o n d c o n s i s t s of p e r f o r a t z d trap aacb h.oldin.g 4L, glasses, a stncki n g base nnd coverandbrdad p h i - e , Ip?c t h i r d typo, f o r u , : i ?da-al s. n h o s p i t a l s , has a f l a g o n , s i x glaesus, (2nd p l a t e o r p n t c n , 311 cnciosed :a hospital i':ar'dS. i n a p o r t a b l e , carrier for t,ht2 c h a p l a i n t,o ' , b dnouf; Th? p i e c e s are marked "U. S . .!davp ar,d 31-2 s-i.lvl;r plc7.ttsd.
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DECOFZATIOii 33' GUVES
Tha follo.vving l e t t e r was reccntl;r Zddmssed Stations:

tc! a l l Ships znd

."I. .The Chaplains :tF o r t Xyer, Viq$ni.a, and ths P r e s i d i o :, of San F r a n c i s c o , C a l i f o r n i n , will. . s e r v e t h e p m s o n n c l cf t!;e Army, N ~ v y ,andkbrint. h r p s - :md t k CoastGmrd by d e c o r a t i n g t.he g r a m s o f slLch of t h c i r d t t c m s e d rclat5yes a d f r ' i m d s rjs are i n t d r r id, r;;srJc:ctivfi,l;r, i n A r l i n g t m N?tional Ct.mcteyy and i n ' the P r c s i d i o of Ssn F r a n c i s c o 5 a t i o n a l Ccnietery, on I.'iemrial
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13 1. Thr; pian i s t o provide n s t m d a r d f l o m . 1 emblm i n t h e fcom of a wreath c,?rrying ; large bunch of f l o w r s f o r th.:: sum of I $2.00. T o f a c i l i t z t e the. hand1i:lg o f f i n d s and bhe o r d e r i n g ~i' f1or.A. p i e c e s i t i s d e s i r e d t h a t t h e s t a n d a r d e~blem be uzed 8 : ) far as it wl 'ut: Zcceptable. Ho'mvcr, i f sone wish t L j spend il l a r g e - S'ris on flowers, s p e c i a l floral enblons of p r o p x t i m a t e l y lnrge~ i z ea n d value w i l l bepurchased. s Such d e c o r a t i o n s as are s e n t d i r c c t t o either Ckapl.nin, x ~ r h i c ha r e dt-liver;:d t : 2 him by f l o r i s t s , wl be placed : . p m the designated g m v a as il

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Qi$CORATION OF GRAVES (ccJri5* 3

"4. A c o r r e s p o n d e n c ea n dr e m i t t a n c e sp e r t a i n i n gt ot h e l ts: decorntion of grclvas should be addrcssed
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The Chaplain, Fort Kyer, V i r g i n i a (fw , g l i n g t o n ) The Cn,zplnin, P r e s i d i o of S;:n F r a n c i s c oC h l i f o r n i a , ,

il and sho-dd be i n h i s handsby IJq: 25, 1.942. It wl n o t be p o s s i b l e t o f i l l orders c..fter t h x t date. IZequccts should i n d i cate, the I\T,J!E, RILNK, and CEG&.JIL~TIOif OF THL DGCBiSEG, ,JiD I F POSSIBLE, THE GR:,VX o r U T N:3,;2LIi l'LITli SECTION i n which t h e deceased i s buriad.tr

SLCTJRITY OF II~TO?l'L~TIO?J
fL r e c e n t newspaper c o l w n by E r n i e Pyle h a s b m z g h t f o r t h a n e x c e l l e n t example of 1~lazsa-talkI~ and fltigkltwmutll1~ and i s quLlted below f c)r i n f o r m t i o n :

!'There a r e a coupie o f c u t e s t o r i e s i n Snn Frnncisc:, a b o u t sailms g i v i n g away inf:rmnticm. One i s n 1 l o o s e - t a l F s t o r y , thi: o t h t r a f ' t i g h t - ~ ~ o ! l t h ls t o r y . Tie loose-trill one h,zppenc:d t : 2 ,)e a c l o s e f r i m d of mine.

He m s r i d i n g :In a s t r e c t car. i4 s a i l o r s a t d m n besidehimandthtiystarted C,zl!<in,n, !!& f r i e c d e s a i d , '1 s ~ t h x e aye some ne1-i s h i p s i n thc harbor t h i s morning. 1 i.nd t h e s a l l n r m i d , 'Yenh, rind the ( m t . o f A m , r i c ab i g r Gbsa t t l z s h i p s ) fz t i s i n ,t o s . I j u s t g g t off q? her. 1

The o t h e r s t w y goes l i k e t h i s :

iln elderly lady as st,rL211i.ng i :)ne 3f the c i t y ' s n h i l l t o p parks 2nd stcJppcd t 3 l n o k dmn 3vm t h e ?my, vheri: a b a t t k s k , i p r:)de 3 c n e ' r . x . ,& sailm t m l x c d pnst,st.?ppcrlndarby,andthe l a d y s a i d t:him: fP:~ung rim, mmt, i s t>he name of th:liship 11 don' t kn m y m'm, 1 the s a i h r o v e rt h a r e ? ' s a i dp n l i t e l y . 1;u-d : ' ( c st i p ::re you i'rm?' ;l l ?h t h el a d y nskcd. 'That one, 1 t h e s a i l o r s a i d , ~ ~ is an extract The abo-:o addressed t o all s h i p s p r e s e n t ,
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REDISTRIBU!l!IO?J OF IfiUITIME FUrJCTIOrJS

Executive Order No. 90@, Issrled Februzry 28, 1942, iu'nich transferred certain i?hrL-k.imefu;:cE o m , r?ircct.ed t h e t m n s f e r of t h o s e Com,iszion p c r t z i r i l n g to functi-ons o f t!le T k i t e d E';xte;.J I ~ ' . ~ x - L + ; i ~ s establishin;, r',evclopj-n;: and o?crc:tini: OS t h e ihitsrl S t n t e s Xaritime Sei-t-ice, the Cadet am: &diet, 3fi'icer trclin;LPg p r q ; r G mm? o t h e r r m t t e r s rela.ted "kereta,. i n c l u d i n g s u p c r v i s i c n of %he S t n t r : IiaritiEle itcadexies ¶ from th.e I k L t k e Comiisslon t o t k e Cnr?r:-cmdnnC 0.: tlzt-: 'u'nited S t a k e s Cmst Cus.rd, GO be axercisnd hy hr under t.h3 dh-cction and slzpervisicn ' i! o f tilo 3 e c r c t a r y Jf, the 1;la.v.
The o f f i c e r s o f the Na-qr and 1Javn.l Reserve a s s i l p e d t o t h e Maritime C o m i s s i o n hcadomies and S k t e k x r i t h e Acxlernics nil1 be c m t i n u e d on a c t i v e dlity i n t h e l r p ~ ~ ~ e e , ! t assl~rl?zimt,::. The Ckdst.s, &rcila.nt Mwine Zeserve, at t'luco ~c,~.!.ctm~es, conticw t o receive wi i 1 the prescrihed co-.rse i: fh.va1 S c i e n x a : x 1 be el-I,~$bb f o r : xJ i 1 cxr;n;issims as Ensiqns i n %i!c K - ~ . J ; J ;.r,-sc:rvc3 unon g r ; l d m t i o n if t h e y have com;slet.etf the !$awl Scjnncc C O U T S ~and have o b k i n e d w * l i m i t e d ocean licenses 2s deck o r er:Zincer officers,
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The Bureau h.as been advisec! by t h e SupervS.eor o f C a d e t T r a i n i n f , . D i v i s i o no f T:"al.nin~, U. S l.Izr!Ltinc C&mirsic=n, th2.t; %he S t s t e o f r e m s:.Flavania has susper,rled the a c t i v i t i e s cf the Yerxsylvacia ?hri%imo kcnderrry. Tne t r a i n i n g s h i p *QYSTW'I;: S?!kTTj a s s i y e d tC3 thc St,rrte o f Pecnsylv~,nin, mill be assli,,:neci t.o the Stzte imri.tirne A c ~ d e n i c sof Kassach-metts, Naw YorL and Mrtfne t o prcTvirie. cru!-sing cxpri<2nccf a r 21eir cr'cjets. The k.?.ininf. ship BJLY STiiTZ, w e d by *.hi:k,x?nsylv?r&a &'?rit-he ikcademy, ~~5.11 prohbLv be s n l d c r tu?l.ied m e r t o t h e yaritj.r!r? Cominiszior.'a &:jet Schonf 2 t N w Yo-k. e
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Once t h e r e l i v e d an elc$za.r;t in the j u n ~ l e s d a r k e s t Africa. 'of H w s feard b y r,an a.nJ bca.st. HG krmv no f i r s t n i d and cared n o t i f e a such knowleciy c \ > u l dba obt,ain$d.
One dzy, h o m v ? r , he n e t his Wa%eerlos 0 t h o r n pierced his f o o t and he could n-t ?-exns% i t , 112 wsnderw.l r?ir?,l.;ss3;7 dzy nIlii n i c h t nuff : r i n g f1'~7;! preat, p " . i r ~ h a t p:;?s bef4::-e h2 met 31.- ]J~~.ini;";Lone$no kne;-l T f i r s t a i d . The elephzllt -ms he?Lpe3 by t3e ;Iristin::lbsned seLerti.st vhen the l a t t s r remved t h e .thc;rn,. i . n y yc-:ars pas~e:?,, s
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MARRIAGE ( NAVY ) (As it could be 1

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Wilt thou, Jack, htive t h i s woman a s t h y wedded wife t o l i v e Bn;=eau c ~ fi:evigat,ion wl allow? Wl thou il it t o g e t h e ri n s o f a ra st h e loveher,comfort,hoilor and keeu hsr; t a k e h e r t o t h e n o v i e s and come home r e g u l a r l y t o h e r on t h e 1650 boat?"
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ffWilt thou,Jane, have t h i s sailor as t h y wedded husband, b e a r i n g i n mind l i b e r t y hours,boatschedules,watches,suddenorders, uncertain mail communications, and all o t h e r p e n a l t i e s o f Navy l i f e ? f o r him; press Viiltthou obey him, s e r v e him, love,honor,andwait his uniform, and l e t h i m smoke Navy plug i n t h e house?"

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"1, Jack,takethee,Jane, as m wedded wife, from 1640 u n t i l y 0730, as f a r a s p e r m i t t e d by mjr Cormanding O f f i c e r ; l i b e r t y h o u r s s u b j e c t t o changewithoutnotice, f o r b e t t e r , f o r worse, f o r e a r l i e r , o r l a t e r , and I promise t o send thee a weekly l e t t e r while on c r u i s e r n
11 Jane,takethee,Jack, ', as m wedded husband s u b j e c t t o y t h e whim of t h e O f f i c e r of t h e Deck, changing residence whenever t h e y s h i p moves; t o haveand t o h o l d j u s t as long as m a l l o t m e n t comes regularly and t h e r e I give my t r o t h , "
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He shall e n l i r g e upon thedanger of his adventure,but s h a l l be heard the tinkling of s i l v e r y l a u g h t e r .

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Uy son, obey the 1aw.and observe prudence. Spin thou not lower t h a n 1,500 c u b i t sn o rs t u n t above t h i n e own domicile. For t h e hand of t h e law i s heavy, and r e a c h e t h far and wide throughout the land.
I n c u rn o tt h ew r a t h o f t h ec o m a n d e rb yb r e a k i n gt h er u l e s , t h e y who ignore t h e c o u r s e s h a l l b e c a s t i n t o o u t e r d a r k n e s s .

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?Yit!?in t h e p a s t y e a r s e v e r a l Eiranel; Eydrographic Chart D i s t r i b u t i o p Offices k v e been est,ablished to meet t h e energency denmds of s h i p s ?or char%s 2nd publicati.o:1s. These branches carry a l i m i t e d supply and c r z n n t f u r n i s h t . h e f1ee.t res?ul:~r?r. Hornever, t h e y f i l l t h e urgent need f o r d e p o t s near opere,ti.onsi centers vhere m t e r i a l can b e obtai.ned s5ort on notice. These 5ranch c i i s % r i ' s u t i o ~ offices are:
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"Demands upgn t h i s o r g a n f z a , t i o n h a v e been g r e a t l y i n c r e a s e d andou,tsideagenciesare now c o n t r i b u t i n g f u d s t o t h i s s o c i e t y .

"It i s S e l i w e d t h z . t t h e p e r s o n n e l o f t h e& v rc o u l d ,i n a verysimplemanner,greatlyenhance %!.:e a s s e t s o f t h i so r g a p i z a t i o n i f t h e r e were ?laced aboard each s h i p of t h e k v y , h . v i n g a s h i p ' s s t o r e , a box w i t h a l a b e l t h e r e o n reco.ding " P e n p i e s f o r Navy R e l i e f " ,T h i s box could. be p l a c e d e i t h e r on t h ec o u n t e r o r under th e cnunter of t h e shi-p's s e r v i c e s t o r e a n d as .a.rticlsa sold in the store are priced a t odd T e n n i e s , men meking purchases wonld undoubtedly &Tosit a m .odd germy 33: t w o i n t h i s box w i t h the result that a c o n s i d e r s 5 l e a.mQiAnt of money would 'De c o l l e c t e d f o r t h e Ikvy R e l i e f Society. n
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Navy personnel invested almost ~,OOO,O@O.O@ i n Defense SavirZs S e c u r i t i e s d u r i n < t h e month of F'ebrmry, a c c w d i n g t o returns received Sg t h e o f f i c e of t h e Coord.inator for Defens9 Savings Ronds. These ret u r n s , corn,?li.:te except, :or* one a c t i v i t y , show t h a t $2,243,737.50 XIS invest.ed in Series E Sonds, $137,348.30 i n S e r i e s F and G Bonds and $$220,570.90 i n Defense Savings Sta;;lps. I na d d i t i o n , $1,373,195*50 IWS c o l l e c t e d under t h e b!a.vy Payroll Savings Plan, and wl be credited il 'io sales ZLS saon as bonds a r e i s s u e d in the nonth o f :":arch. FolloIving is R tabulat,ion o f s a l e s by a c t i v i t i e s :

E f3OIDS P o r t m o u t h ? h v y Sard Bo,;'l.on Navy Yard 40,b62.50 >'?IS, Yewport, lihode I s l a n d 4.8,787* 5 0 3 r d Navnl X s t . Nc?m York 73,187.50 3sooklyn X a v y Y a r d 26t7, 537.50 4 t h fLT~iva.1i l i s t , PhiladeLpkia 30,S52.50 Ph"l1adelphia Xavy Yard 21062 8,0.5 5i;h Naval R i s t !<:orfolk 77,791 0 7 5 Korfolk Yard 14.8,5rtr?.50 Chnrleston ?YTz\y Yard L,,i.~.,i3(,3,?5 NAS , Pensacola 49, S56.25 I& ?, J x k s o n v i l l e 34,958.75 8 h Na?ral Di.st. ?Jew Ol-leans t 2,733.75 N A S , Corpus C h i s ti 1J,U3".3 50 r Cf 9th Naval g i s t . ;;ri:at Lakes 5:3,325 .oo 11th XTnval Dist. Snn nice0 101,831.25 12th Navzl Dist, SRII Francisco 71,137.50 Mare Islznc?, Xavy Pard 221,062*50 1 3 t h Naval Dist , S e a t t l e 219337.53 Pug& Sound E n y hrci 215,006.25* 14th Ncvzl Dist. P c ~ r 1 Harbor 23,718.75 VJashington N?vy Ynrd 148,462,TO N Z T ~nept NavrJ- A c t i v i t i e a 156,768.75 D,C, & v i c i n i t y E,249,737* 59
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PHYSICAL T t A I N I I J G SECTION' CREATED BY NAVY Establishment of a Physical. Training Section as a unit of t h e Training Division; Bureau of Ibvigation, was approved recently bySecr ? t a r y of t h e Navy, Frank Knpx. Xead o f t h e S e c t i o n wl be Commnder J. J. (t'Gene") Tunney, il U.S.N.R., who f o r mol-e t h a n a year has served as t h e N~vJ's, D i r e c t o r o f PhysicalEducation.Commfkr Tunney hasbeenpromotedfromLieutt e n a n t Commander, t h e g r a d e i n which he was commissioned when he entered upon a c t i v e d u t y . Commander Tunney I s S e c t i o n w. 1 have cognizance over the t 1 deva program of p h y s i c a l f i t n e s s for t h e elopment and administ,ration of U.S. Navy, theestablishmen+, o f personnelneeds for t h e P h y s i c a l F i t n e s s Prograrn a n d t h e i n i t i a t i o n o f procurement,throqyhroutinet i l e maintenance of c o n t a c t s w i t h s c h o o l s , channels, o f suchpersonnel; c o l l e g e s , and .cn:ith,h e p u b l i c on ma%;t,er rc:lating t o t h e P h y s i c a l t F i t n e s s Programof t h e N s v y ; the handling o f a l l o t h e r matters pertaining to the Physic21 Fitness Progrrm. The, new head of. the Physic:?.l Training Section mnounced th;;t a p p l i c a t i o n s for e n l i s t m a t , n s Chief S p e c i a l i s t (A) (ActingAppointment) Class V-6 1J.S. Naval Reserve, for duty as p h y s i c a l i n s t r u c t o r are again being accepted, and that physical education instruktors between 2 1 and 35 viii,o h o l d &!Trees from r e c o g n i z e d c o l l e g e s or the ages of u n i v e r s i t i s s , 2nd who have had p r a c t j - c a l e x p e r i e n c e i n p h y s i c a l educ ? t i o n work, - 3re b e i n g c o n s i d e r e d f o r e n l i s t n c n t i.r, t h i s s p e c i a l t y of t h e Naval Reserve. mhey wl bc: sclectc;;d on t h e b a s i s o f t h e i r il and 113X%x"hip q n a 1 i t i . e ~ . acz-denicbackground,experience, BASE~ALL y m r m d T FTTT~PJ E khrough t > e > o f f i c e o f hr. Ford Fricic, Presid.snt o f the N a t i o n a l B a m b a l l k a g u e , ; n offcr E?zs b : x n qcceptcd by t h e Navy I De;x-rtment from t h c p r o i e s s l o n n L b ~ ~ s e b n l1en~;ues t o distribute a l consi.dernb3.e amoimt of baseball equipment, f r c e t o nav:11 personnel. T I,-,P t o t n l m o u n t consistr:rl o f 600 dozen h 2 s e b a l l s , l5C dozen:bnt>s and 60 c ~ ~ ~ psets , o~ c>.t,ch<?rs1 equipnc:.nt. This matterial h a s Ser:n k t f nlloc. ted to various nzval districts for r:;distribut,ion to a c t . i v i t i e s w i t h i n -the d i s t r i c ' , .P r e f c r s n w i n rc-nlloc(a,tion of suckL equipmenthas h m n m d e t o a c t i v i t i e s t:?lich hr-lvt; less f i n n r l c i a l r e s o u r c e s for purchasi> o f recrontion equipxent.
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Not only men a n d s h i p s a r e a f f e c t e d i n t h e Navy's v a s t expans i o n program. Its ramificationshavereachedto many placesand many activities either hitherto unassociatsd ntth a p o t e n t i a l war e f f o r t - o r of a former war e f f o r t , whichhave l a i n almost dormant since the days Among those places i s a small wooden b u i l d i n g a t L a k e h u r s t , New Jersey, where today eggs are cracking open and younghoming pigeons a r e emerging from theirlofts,.Thishasbeengoing on f o r s e v e r a l il veeksand wl c o n t i n u e f o r o t h e r s .

raisers are There a t t h e Naval Air Station experienced pigeon hard a t work c a r r y i n g o u t o r d e r s t o e,xpand t h e p r e s e n t f l o c k o f s e v e r a l hundred birds in order that the other lighter-than-air stations openi n g on the East and West c o a s t s t h i s s p r i n g w i l l be s u p p l i e d w i t h t h e s e v a l u a b l e " l i v i n g r a d i o s .It
Not s i n c e t h e l a t e 2 0 ' s has there been such wholesale effort a t Naval pigeon l o f t s . A t t h ec l o s eo ft h a tp e r i o d when radiossupl o f t s were'abandoned a t heavierp l a n t e d homing p i g e o n s i n a i r p l a n e s , o f pigeons raised by the Navy t h a n - a i r s t a t i o n s and the valuable breed might have faded into oblivion had it :lot been perpetuated a t Lakehurst, ''home of t h e d i r i g i b l e s . " Theywereused t h e r e i n various l i g h t e r - t h a n - s i r work:. i n d i r i g i b l e s ,b o t hr i g i d and non-rigid, and i nf r e eb a l l o o n s .I nt h ef o r m e r they were enployed as a s u p p l m e n t t o t h e c r a f t s I r a d i o s a n d i n t h e l a t t e r as t h e o n l y fISadios.1'
As well, t h e y competed i n important races with lfcivilian'l Nw Jersey e Concourse r x e s t h e y have competed against b i r d s .I nt h e as many a s 5,000 otherpigeons. ,

I n 1940 ; Navy b i r d made the highest speed ever recorded i in a 500-mile r a c e b y a v e r a g i n g o v e r 60 miles pcr hour f o r the distance. I n 1941 t h e Navy l o f t won the highly coveted everage speed cup for the year'sseriesracesintheSeaboard Club. I n t h e 1930's, however, g r e a t numbers of homing pigeonswere notneededbythe Navy. They t o ow e r ef e e l i n gt h ea f t e re f f o c t s of disarmamentfever.

R3th t h e d r s h i p program of t h e Navy coming i n t o f u l l s t r i d e over t h e s e a lenes, t h e s e " f i n e and b i g - p a t r o l s h i p s k s e p i n g v i g i l featheredsailors," as t h e y hrvs been called, are once again coming i n t o t h e i r r i g h t f u l ova.
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1% IP&SED --Details as t o r a i s i n g t h e bipds are more o r less a n individual p r o f e s s i o n a l s e c r e t and 2s t o f l o c k n u h e r s a t Lakehurst a m i l i t a r y secret. Iiomvcr, anyfa,ncier knows t h a t t h e squabs grow t om E t u r i t y with amazing r a p i d i t y .
They m e o u t of t h e n e s t four o r f i v e weeks after hatching, and Etre a b l e t o f l y a t s1:c or seven weeks. T r a i n i n g begins a t f o u r will probably months, The average hatch i s two b i r d s andthemother hatch two more t h e same year.
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I n a d d i t i o n t o the, services already mentioned which the birds wl perform, * h i s t o t a l war in 1942 my give them a n a d d i t i o n a l service. il That is r a d i os i l e n c e . No enemy r e c e i v e r set, wl everpick up t h e il message f a s t e n e d t o t h e Leg of s, hornemrd bound Itfine feathered sailor.n

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A few years bcck two men m r e t r a v e l i n g i n Africa and were capturedby a t r i b e of camibals. mile t h e y were c a p t i v e s ,t h e y saw a drum which had >.n American F12g pninted on i t s sides. When t h e y ih escaped, they managed t o t a k e t h e dmm wt them t o Englandwhere it m s e a m i n e d and found t o be rn,?de of h w n n skin. It was soakedwith a p o t a s h s o l u t i o n which made i+, swll, r e v e a l i n g t h e d m t o be a c t u a l l y of human skin.

The t z s s e l s wcrc ma& fron t h a s k i n of a hand and t h e f l a g on t h e side of the d1-m w m t h e i x p r i n t of 2 t c t o o e d f l a g on a man's chest,

The f i n g e r p r i n t s were s e n t t o i:'ashington,-md checked and found t o be those of G r e t i r e d Navy O f f i c e r Viho had lsst been heard on an expedition i n t o t h e Dark Continent.

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An annual o u t p u t of t i v d v e mil!!ion c3pies m u l d b e approxirnste1:T t h i r t p t h e s t3c normnl production o f any y e a r p y i o r t o 1137. Tht: out,hrtc;lc of t h e WLI'ir; Europe 1.esElted .in 6 s."s3it:r ir.Cr(?Lsi: in t h e dt?naa?. f o r r,hayts 2nd p:blicatio.:ls 02 t n c T$&-ogr~.phic Office,and th- pace vms Fr-at2.y;,ccaler::.txi 3. the e r i t q of the UniLed S t e t e s 27 i n t o tl-;e c c n ~ ~ i c t 0Eoy;Gver, .the i - j y d r o p z p h i c O f f k c - : h,zs been a b l e t o r.lfc?t +Ai;> e,normms demaxl -crithout any s c r i o u s ,delays.
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American s h i p P r o v i d e n c e c a p t u r e d B r i t i s h s h i p I l i l i g e n t . off the Bar a t Prazos, S a n t i a g ow h i l eb n t 5 l e o f Pa10 Altoraged. Five hundred seamen and marines landed under Captain Gregory o f t h e Raritan.
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3.776 American sloop Wasp cantwed S P i t i s h ship B&sy i n Delamre Bay. U. s. Fleet c?.pt,wed F o r t Derussoy. Porter's quadron s passed I3aiSey's Dam, Re'd River, ' 142 ? ? ? ? 9.

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1776 John a Fn U, s. - T.r i s.oPl s,uelcC.Jonest commissioned , CaptainSandwich . aNavy. Dollringo. 1800 U o n s t i u t i b n captumd ship t San 1301 p id l a r e d wr on U, s a

1814 Lieutenant Gamble l e f t lhrquesas Islands w i t h remairis of Pbrter's
Fleet Confederate I r o n c l a d hkrrirnac dcst.raycdby her own crew. 1662 U. 5 . and Confedcrate gu? boats i n action a t F o r t E . l l o ~ ~ , Ten% 1863 Haines B l u f f batteries d e s t r o p d . 1942 ? ? ? ? 1862

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1773 B r i t i s h sloop Margaharita cnpt,ured a t Machiss, Ne* This was t h s
first Naval Act of t h e r e v o l u t i o n and t h e f i r s t sea f i g h t a f t e r 'the

Battle o f Bunker Hill
1780 Capture o f Charleston, S. .C. by British. U. S S . Boston, Providence, . Ranger, cap t w e d . 1898 Ensign Bagley k i l l e d on :board Winslow by Spanfsh shell. 1898 G u n f i r e from t h e Nashville, Riarblehead, Winslolv and S i t u r n at Cenfuego, Cuba, drove o f f Spanish t r o o p s a t Cable house,destroyed . it and IJaval force dragged and cut. t v i ~cables. 1942 ? ? ? ?
,

May 12
1862 ,Natchea,

Miss., s u r r e n d e r s d t o United States

1910 U. S . S. F l o r i d a launched a t Nary Yard, Netv York, N. Y. served under Admiral Rodman, ( A t l a n t i c F l e e t ) with t h e s i x t h b a t t l e squadron, with the EritLoh Grand Flect.

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142 ? ? ? ? 9.
b!ay 13
18b6 S e c r e t a r y of Navy informed commodore Comer i n Nexican waters that a s t a t e of war e x i s t c d b e t w e n t h e ifnited S t a t e s andMexico, and ordered him t o e x e r c i s e all t h e r i g h t s that belongad t o him 3s G i n 4 of a b e l l i g e r e n t squadron.

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1801 U S Squadron dispatched t o t h e Uilcditerrsncnn under Com.r,odore D C a k . . who arrived L'ky 14, 1802 1813 U S. Privateer Arlcor;da captured B r i t i s h Packet Express off Ckpe . Verde Islanc?.
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1 ' 2 U S. I k x y attackcrl a t Fort D ~ r l i ~ ; p . 16 . l?/2 ? ? ? ?
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B r i t i s h Sloop Elizabeth captxred on Lake Ontario.

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U. s. s. P r e s i d e n t cczptwod British S i m p Li-5tle Belt. U. S . s. Independence c a p t u r e d om: s h i p x , d one launch, ' l a t e r ransomed. Left Tresyassy, Nc:w F'ciundi~slii. One of ?,hem thi; rmchtid the b o r e s !~:YJ17, Listorz, F I a y 2'7, and Plymouth, ',England

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. . ixt.ter-ic;s VirzlIy-:!.. C i t yo f Vi,cksburg swrmder!.:< to T S, S . 6nc:idc. I. S. S , , ' C K ) r l e r cspt,w.t:d ~onfcdcy-r.t:: SCliconr::- ~'snbo],., 5 '9, S . ShephcJrd. K:izp ~ ' ~ e : c ? : ~or1j (Lr . . : . '> ,; r iInit,j.?...n. ? ? ? ? '

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15L+2 ? ? ? ?

&y 22 .
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"hl? first vensel o f t h e reesb3bIisl;ed Navy t o gc:& .to S%i. U. S: S. Com;r?ss cc?pt,l:reci s!:tp I<ima, ( 0 gms) :.e-%h cargo o f 1 copper a ~ t;j-di:o. d .. 1823 U. S. S . (:rmps c n p t w e d , t s m?Crate tnxsels off c o a s t of ;r'lc?xico.,

1798 U. S . S . Ganges s a i l e d .

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B r i t i s h ship Willicm cap't;ured b3: U. S . F l o t i l l a , off Nexport, R: h i u m dccl:x-ed .v;;ir a p i n s t United $";atl?s. . . . l f % L ' 17. s. s. Coilmbine cnEjtrc!d S t . u'ohn I s IZivtr F l o t i l l a . 1942 ? ? ? ?
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1777 Arnzricp-n f o r c c cf 5 wsscls c:-tptured -11encny vessels off Sng IIarbor. 1913~ G. s. s. U n i t e d S t n t z s s : ~ . l l b ~ d !Ic:r t h i r d . c r a i s a ;Ir:dpr Comilod.or33
xccun??.ni;d by . ?;he X ~ C ~ ? ~ - J I ~ ~ LJnp:let, 2 n d vp-s ' f 5 r c , ~ . d a.l-ld I $0 r z t , i r e i q t o T~L-:; ~,;?;,r!.>n J ~ L . ! ~ '32; L: ISrttici1 sq;r:r&;on. . st, .. 1850 Grinncil i L r t i c E x ~ (3ILti.311 st7.ilee TrD:l1 !Jevr ycrk. i 1861 N Z . V : ~ i ' c ~ c e f r x . '2. S . s ~ c . ) ; ?of ~ + q m e r.;.cci.vt.d tl?e swrcrld;>r of 21,: C i t y of id;::znc!r-izy IJircin!-z5 and r-iigc;d t:le StcLre and S t r i p e s
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1942

U S . S . Andrew Doria captured Br:'.tish Ship True Blue with cnrgo .
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of sugar. 1664 Expedj t i o n up. South -Carblina R i v e r a g a i m t Confbderntcs.

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1803 3 S . Squadron at,tached T r i p o l i h n g m 5~:;s. . 1813 U. S. s. Essex cagturkd f i v e nerchnnf; vGsseils x e a r Galnpagos 1sl::~~iia. 1942 ? ? ? ? _.
m,y 29

lSl3 U S . vessels st:lt,ims c?,t%ckct+>s i-lar-9or a.t,mc!w:c! . :kitis!: T"1c~t. 1721 5 S . T r i F a t c lJ1j.anccy Clz;..tain ?x-.znyY T . '..;y&!.az+ i-I.1T.S. r ) . t l ~ 2 ~ t , f i ; a n d ,:I.X:S. Trepsqr , t S ~ L t' i m e 3 c:ipt,:xea k83th. z l9&2 T ? ? ?
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SILZNCE IS THE T E E W*IEIJD :iHO FJEIrGR SETm-YS

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INDEX

........................................ ................... ........................................................ ....................................... ....................................... ................ .......... ................................ .............................................. ......................................... .. ................................................. WZke iSICCLnd ............................................... Citat. i o n for Vice Adniral B i l l i a n F. Halsey, Jr., USE ....... Comxnded for A.tten?t t o ?estue Shipmate frora Drowning ...... Dixon, E a r o l d F., Given Navy Cross .......................... E n l i s t e d Mzn Cornended f o r Ekemplary Conduct on Occasion of Airplane Accident ...................................... A e r o e s of Navy Subnarine F m o r e d a t P e a l Harbor ............ - Xjc?vy Crosses ................................................ Pearl Ha.rbor, %ake Heroes 5emr4ed .......................... P h a r m a c i s t ' s Xate Advanced i n 8.atifig and Cornmended for A c t i o n i n Rescue o f USS €?2XJG3TJAI!ES S u r v i v o r s ............ P i l o t 'Yho "Sighted Sub, Sank Commended and Advanced i n R a t i n g................................................. Proaotec: f o r Heroism ........................................ Rcsinrdec? f o r Ca;oture of German S h i p ......................... Soventeen Officers 2nd C i v i l i a n s Rewx"ied f o r Keroism ....... Three Subnarixe Cornlanders X e d i c a i @ f i ' i c e r IZeceive Xa.yy P,~:;-s:-d.s. .............................................. i ~ Aviators Conmnfied ...................................... m TXYOEnlisted Ken. One Deceased, Are Corrzwlded for Iieroisrl ... 9 v o Ofi'Fcers Conmended by S e c r e t a r y K ~ o .................... x Yeomxr, hdvanced in Eiatiq f o r l!eritorious Action ........... Conservation o f P r l n t e d F o r m ................................. C o n t r i b u t i o n t o N a q Eielief Society Through Ship's S e r v i c e .... C o n t r i b u t i o n t o the Mavg Pe1i.e.t' S o c i s t y Through S h i p ' s Ser- ice Stor.. .............................................. Decoration of Graves .......................................... Defenders of P a c i f i c Outpos-5 Ask for 3oaks .................... Did You ~ o.................................................. ~ ~ r F i l i p i n o s - Enlistment of ..................................... Harbor P y o t x t i o r , Coorc5netec? i h a w t h e S e c r e t a r y o f t h c Navy. €%re F i n g e r P r i n t s Fklped ..................................... Hydrographic OPfice Leads V o r l d i n Chart Production ........... Know F i r s % Aid - Sav.anah Cr.ac:<er ............................. Korney Ko1.n.r ................................................. Let's Get Going on Offense .................................... L i s t of Sureau o f N a v i g z t i o n C i r c u l a r L e t t s r s .................
. Smell

Accredited College Program (V-1) 3 e i n g 'Jarmly Received Admiral Ernest J King Adventure. Yestern. and Detective bkgazines An Act B a s e b a l l Equipment Fund Bewars of PhotoGraphers Branch Hydrographic Chart D i s t r i b u t i o n Jffices C a l i f o r n i a V e t e r a n s ! Ex.emption F i s c p l Year 1?42-43 Chaplain's School Established. Church E.uipment Class A-V(!J), U.S.1J.R Coast Guar6 S e g i n s 3 i g Tx.a:Lring Program f o r Reserve O f f i c e r s Co~lendations 3zlttle ReForts Name Three &cines 'Jho Sank Jap Ships O f f

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32 34 68 46 58

73-71
45 48-49 39

39-10
46

67
1-23

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12 21-22

15

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23 12 1-12

13-14

16-17
22-23

19-21 17-18
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66
55
60

66
61
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44-45
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Lloyd's n e g i s t e r o f S h i p p i n g

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(cont.)
Idan Overboar. J k r i n e Cwpn E:<pands J m i o r Gfi’icer TrairLng Program t o . Incluck hiarried &;en; Age J init EiaisGd b!arrizgy ( I~ a b y ) LS 5.t ~ 0 t d . dfte I m A d r i n i s t r a t i o r l Pmphlct, Volumz I h l Ikval k l m a n x Ma.ual 13ecoriztioIls Nnvs.1 Eizserve Officers I n f o m a t i o n k c..t i r e t o Corres2ond.l ? cnce COU~S.S !!:my 2.s 1 Career. Tha R y Fu.ys Bon.s n Snvy Cbrxmondel?cekme N ? . ~ J I s Force of Honing Pigeons Increased r k q h r s e Corps ~I’O.XS. The Nn~y F’hysic-?l Instruct. o r s School P~.x~nsyl.vania Bbritime Accr?my Discontinued Pi?ysicE:l Trr?ining Sectio:1 Cmz’xd by N a ~ y P l q - s r P k m R o l l s Doriztion P r e z e n t 1‘-7 Pro{;rm t o b e Siilarged Pr:’,or2.tii.s T w L v c l by S o a m r z i z l k i r c m f t FsAmkj of 2. F l y m Pu-5l.ic2t i o n for Xtmly Comnissioned Naval Rcscrve 0fficw.s. . Rzxd Your ? i W l R5:rcntly Pr..ised Re-listrihutior: of licitirne F m c t i o n n Rec3uc:d Fare - F;ailro.zd Coach T i c k t t s SE;3 ?ya-”Ry=< 3 ~ l t ~ r ! e ..... O?t.’.onal by Xz.rixe Corps ..... S7-??2ype O X I-ints K t 3 q Ikrines Cool in ?anmsmc;Varn i n ......
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