"Play Ball, Navy!"

By Captain Harley Cope, U. S. Navy
October 1943
When the Allied forces in the Mediterranean launched heavy attacks on Algiers and Oran on November 8, 1942, with a three-pronged assault on Casablanca, they caught the Axis absolutely flat-footed. ...

Blimps Blast Subs

By R. G. Picinich, Jr.
October 1943
Along shadowy bulk somewhat resembling a shark was visible below the surface of the Atlantic. It was a shark, yes, but not of the finny variety. It was a German ...

Integrated War Effort

By Lieutenant Colonel Howard N. Kenyon, U. S. Marine Corps
October 1943
The purpose of this discussion is to present a definite idea in the matter of a greater degree of unity in the war effort of the armed services. This topic ...

A Simple Method of Supply for Small Ships

By Captain Tucker C. Gibbs (S.C.), U. S. Navy (Retired)
October 1943
The numerous small craft operating from ports and bases in every coastal area have created a new and interesting problem in provision supply. The number of such ships operating from ...

Recreational Development at Pearl Harbor

By Charles M. Hatcher, ACMM, U. S. Navy
October 1943
All work and no play would make Jack Tar a dull boy. All fighting and no playing would eventually produce a boom in psychiatric cases. American sailors are rugged. They ...

Book Reviews

October 1943
THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND THE RISE OF THE MODERN NAVY. By Gordon Carpenter O’Gara. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1943. 138 pages. $1.50. Reviewed by Lieutenant (j.g.) Neville T. Kirk, U. S. ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared by Professor Allan Westcott, U.S. Naval Academy
October 1943
THE UNITED NATIONS The Quebec Conference.—The Quebec conference of President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Churchill, and their military staffs got fully under way with the arrival of Mr. Roosevelt at Quebec ...

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