YANK Magazine - All Editions Pacific Air Delivery Edition
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YANK PAD 1944 03 03
YANK PAD 1944 03 03
Vol. 2 No. 37 ....... Cover : New Guinea Paratrooper - This rough, tough and heavily burdened soldier is Pvt. Richard M. Moore of Baltimore, Md., attached to a Parachute Infantry regiment in New Guinea. He is pictured wearing full equipment before boarding a plane. Paratroopers in New Guinea were used with notable success in capturing Lae. ....... WHY AN AIR EDITION? ... This week's Pacific Edition of YANK is 40 per cent smaller than the issues you have been receiving, but the material it contains is exactly the same as in the larger Pacific Edition. We are printing this smaller air edition of YANK in Honolulu because we have been unable to get enough airplane space to send YANK each week to all our readers in the islands south of Honolulu. The reason for the small-size YANK is simply a matter of mathematics. We can now send every island in our Pacific Circulation area 40 per cent more YANKs each week. ....... AAF Mechanics - Miracle Men of Mechanical Surgery ....... Articles Inside: Modern Living on a Beachhead in Bougainville By Sgt. Barrett McGurn. Artwork by Robert Greenhalgh ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Chili Williams ..... 275,000 Ratings By Sgt. Ray Duncan ..... Barracudas - The First Outfit of Negro Marines is Itching For Action. By Sgt. Robert G. Ryan ..... News From Home - What Goes on in Your Own Home State ..... Air Force Mechanics - When they have to work without spare parts and equipment near the front, service squadron men like Sgt. Manley in Italy perform miracles of mechanical surgery every day. By Sgt. Burtt Evans ..... Center-Fold Map of Central Europe & The Mediterranean ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt. George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Raiding the Marshalls Was Plenty Tough But Talking About It Was Tougher. By Sgt. Hobert Skidmore ..... In This Corner...A Half Dozen Champs ..... Sports: Life is Rough in Iran for this Umpire Lover. By Cpl. James P. O'Neill ..... How To Vote In the State Elections ..... What goes on in the Entertainment World back home ..... Mail Call ..... Strictly G.I. ..... News From Home ..... Like Shooting Fish in a Barrel ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 03 10
YANK PAD 1944 03 10
Vol. 2 No. 38 ....... Cover : Eniwetok CP - This advance CP of the 106th Infantry was set up on Eniwetok within several hours from the time the first infantrymen had landed and Sgt. John A. Bushemi snapped the picture the morning of the first day ashore. Note the "walkie-talkie" being used by the man at the right. ....... Fabulous Honolulu: Home Town in Wartime ....... Articles Inside: "They're Underground...Get the Sonsabitches!" - Japs on Eniwetok Let Advance Units of the 106th Infantry Pass, Then Fought Fiercely and Died Violently in Hundreds of Well Camouflaged Holes Behind the American Lines. By Sgt. Merle Miller ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Gene Tierney ..... Tito's Army - The small band of freedom-loving Yugoslav men and women who started a brave fight with captured weapons against the Nazi invaders three years ago has now grown into an efficient machine of 300,000 Partisan troops. By Sgt. Walter Bernstein ..... What goes on in your home state ..... Honolulu: Home Town in Wartime - The people of Honolulu are just as misty-eyed as ever, but they've turned their Ivory tower into a bastion of steel. By Cpl. Bill Reed ..... GI Mike ( Photo Report on Armed Forces Radio Service Entertainment ) ..... Battle Broadcast - While the 106th Waited Its Turn To Land On Eniwetok, It Heard a Blow-by-Blow Description of the Battle's Early Stages. By Sgt. Merle Miller ..... Valiant Attempt of a Chicago Tovarich to Uphold the Tradition in Iran by Cpl. James P. O'Neill ..... The Old Timers - They were big stars when you were knee high to a jeep. Today they still crave action and get it. ( Photo Report ) ..... Nurses Under Fire In Italy ..... Mail Call ..... Strictly GI ..... News From Home ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 03 17
YANK PAD 1944 03 17
Vol. 2 No. 39 ....... Cover : Promotion - The happiness of Pvt. (that is Pfc.) Charles Bond over his first stripe seems to be exceeded by that of his Indian bearer who did the job of sewing. In India, eight American enlisted men usually hire one bearer, each paying him a sum amounting to about $1.50 a month. And he's well worth the cost. ....... The Alaska Scouts Led the Way ....... Articles Inside: The Alaska Scouts - Whenever the Army and Navy planned an invasion in the North Pacific, they sent a few of these tough regulars and ex-trappers ashore first to find the best landing beaches and to locate the Japanese positions. By Sgt. Georg N. Meyers ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Betty Bryant ..... Imported Natives Helped GIs Transform Santo Into a Bustling Community. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn ..... Hospital on Rails - First Ambulance Train in Italy Carries Wounded GIs Out of Fighting Zone. By Sgt. Burgess Scott ..... News From Home - What goes on in your home state ..... Teamwork in China - In the Chinese-American Composite Air Wing, Chiang Kai-shek's flyers, trained at U.S. schools, sit next to Yank pilots during bomber missions over territory held by the Japs. By Sgt. Ed Cunningham ..... Back to Grade School Goes This Tunisian Veteran. By Cpl. Tom Shehan ..... Variety Show - Produced by the Cameras of the World ..... Home Towns in Wartime: Boston, Mass. By Sgt. Joe McCarthy ..... Yanks in Italy Concoct Savory Dishes From Rations and Local Tidbits By Sgt. Burgess Scott ..... The Old Army Game - Some More Big Leaguers Learn How It's Played ..... Sports: Free swinging Bob Dill got chance to play with Rangers because he slugged a referee by Sgt. Dan Polier ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... How to Vote in 11 States Holding Primary Elections in May ..... Mail Call ..... Strictly GI ..... News From Home ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 03 31
YANK PAD 1944 03 31
Vol. 2 No. 41 ....... Cover : Pacific WAC - AIR-WAC Elizabeth A. Lamar, a sergeant and former clerk for the Shell Oil Co. in Houston, Tex., arrived in Hawaii with the first WAC detachment to be sent to the Central Pacific Area. She and the other members of the group volunteered for this overseas duty after having spent more than a year in service on the Mainland. ....... Our Field Artillery At Bougainville ....... Articles Inside: ATC India-China Wing - These American transport planes are flying more military supplies over the treacherous 14,000-foot hump of the Himalayas than China used to get by truck through the old Burma Road. By Sgt Ed Cunningham ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Esther Williams ..... Traffic Is Terrific At The WAC's Hickam Field Barracks By Cpl. Larry McManus ..... WGI And The Coconut Network Bring News, Music And Tokyo Rose To Yanks In The Marshalls By Sgt. Fred Baxter ..... Counterattack - When the Germans launched a drive of their own against a stunned and reduced American force pushing on San Pietro, it took a couple of mortars, a couple of heroes and a lot of plain guts to stop them. By Sgt. Newton H. Fulbright ..... News From Home - What goes on in your home state ..... First Stop Back Home For Air Force GIs - The deal at the Redistribution Stations, where Air Force men are sent as soon as they return to the States from overseas combat zones, sounds more like a civilian vacation than something connected with Army routine. By Sgt. Mack Morriss ..... Seagoing Soldiers ( Photo Report ) ..... Eyes of the Guns - Our field Artillery at Bougainville, so effective that it stops Japanese attacks with no help from the other ground forces, gets remarkable on-the-nose fire direction from its OPs in jungle treetops and in Piper Cubs flying low over the enemy's lines. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn and Combat Artist Sgt. Robert Greenhalgh ..... What goes on in the Entertainment World Back Home ..... Sports: Small Notes and Stories About Some Big Fellows ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly GI ..... Mail Call ..... News From Home ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 04 07
YANK PAD 1944 04 07
Vol. 2 No. 42 ....... Cover: Zebras - Said the zebra to M/Sgt. Merton H. Huftile in an Australian zoo: "I've had my stripes longer than you." Huftile, a husky from Battle Creek, Mich., nine years in the Marines and five in the Army, was going to give him an argument. But not knowing where or how a zebra shows his age, he decided to move on and inspect the mute kangaroo. ....... A Day With the Supply Men on the Italian Front ....... Articles Inside: Hot Spot in Italy - A report from one of the hottest corners of the earth, the narrow Allied beachhead flanking Anzio and Nettuno where there isn't an inch of territory protected from German bombs, shells, machinegun and small-arms fire. ..... Mental Breakdowns in the Army - What causes psychoneurosis at the front lines? Usually it does not develop in men who have a clear idea of the necessity for the war and understand why they had to get into a Gl uniform and do the fighting. ..... Puerto Rican Soldier - Pvt. Fulano de Tal, the typical GI, is proud of his island, fights well and likes rice beans and the rumba by Sgt. Lou Stoumen ..... News From Home - What goes on in your home state ..... Straight Line, Chinese GI Finds, Longest Distance Between Points. By Sgt. Ken Abbott ..... When Going Is Tough, French Ambulance Girls in Italy Dream of Paris Days. By Ralph G. Martin ..... Antipersonnel Bombs Drive You Nuts in the Solomon Islands. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn ..... Nothing Like a Little Surprise to Break the New Guinea Monotony By Cpl. Ralph L. Boyce ..... In Italy ( Photo Report ) By Sgt. George Aarons ..... First Mission ( Bombing Saint-Nazaire ) By Cpl. John Becket ..... Sports: Kentucky Derby Horses; Their Lives and Loves By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... Nothing Can Stop The "CENSORED" By Sgt. Ray Duncan ..... Strictly GI ..... Mail Call ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Irene Manning ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... News From Home ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 04 14
YANK PAD 1944 04 14
Vol. 2 No. 43 ....... Cover : Flight Nurse - Lt. Mabel Irwin of Leavenworth, Kan., is one of many flight nurses who fly in hospital planes and attend the wounded on the trip from battle zone to rear area hospitals. Her squadron has evacuated hundreds of men from the Gilberts, Marshalls and other Pacific combat zones, bringing them from the battlefield to modern, medical facilities thousands of miles away in only a few hours. ....... How Fast Can You Recognize an Enemy Plane? ....... Articles Inside: Visit to Cassino. By Sgt. Walter Bernstein ..... "I Think It's One of Ours" - One of the modern soldier's toughest problems, trying to decide whether he should shoot at a strange plane. ( 4 Pages of Plane Recognition Charts ) By Sgt. Mack Morriss ..... Artic Jitterbug ( Alaska Stationed Helicopter ) By Sgt. Georg N. Meyers ..... Two On an Island ..... Rose's Music Bright, Her Predictions Dim. By Pfc. Robert J. Woods ..... Navy Notes ..... Pilots Don Diving Suits, Rescue Beer From Ocean By T/Sgt. M. H. Williams ..... Variety Show - Produced by the Cameras of the World ..... Mail Call ..... Message Center ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Majors Warm Up In Cold North ..... Sports: Uncle Mike Overcomes a Desperate Situation By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... News From Home ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Gloria Anderson ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Strictly GI ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 04 21
YANK PAD 1944 04 21
Vol. 2 No. 44 ....... What Lucky Charms Do 7th AAF Fliers Carry On Strikes? ....... Cover : Haystack Hideout ..... At the Anzio front in Italy, Pvt. Bob Ballard of Huntington, West Virginia, moves his field glasses over the horizon searching for enemy air or ground movement. His perch is the turret of a Sherman tank, camouflaged into the side of a haystack, and his companion is a .50-caliber machine gun.

YANK PAD 1944 04 28
YANK PAD 1944 04 28
Vol. 2 No. 45 ....... Cover: The New Zealanders Move Into Green Island - The sketch by YANK's Sgt. Robert Greenhalgh shows New Zealand infantrymen advancing through the jungle during the occupation of strategic Green Island, which is described in the story on Page 2. The hog in the foreground is real. Lots of them left the underbrush to give the invasion the once-over. ....... Articles Inside: 20 Minutes from Rabaul. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn ..... Conchies in Puerto Rico. By Pvt. Jud Cook ..... Pillbox on the Run - Portable German Pillboxes ( Photo Report ) ..... Congressional Medal Winners - Lt. Gerry Kisters By Sgt. Mack Morriss and T/Sgt. Charles Kelly By Sgt. Burtt Evans ..... Big Rodeo and Bar-B-Q ( Photo Report ) By Bob Ghio ..... News From Home ..... The Spahis By Sgt. Tom Shehan ..... Mail Call ..... Message Center ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly GI ..... Sports: Take to the Hills, Men! Giants, Dodgers Feuding By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... YANK Crossword Puzzle ..... Navy Notes ..... Mosquito Network Now Has Station In Solomons. By T/Sgt. M. H. Williams ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Martha O'Driscoll ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 05 05
YANK PAD 1944 05 05
Vol. 2 No. 46 ....... Cover : Pearl Harbor Diver ..... The man inside of this garb is SPC (F) John F. Trunk of Jackson, Minn., who is working under water in the 15-foot practice diving tank at Pearl Harbor. The outfit is a regulation deep - sea diving suit, but Trunk is not wearing the thick canvas gloves, that divers generally use in salvage work. Photo By Sgt. Bill Young ....... Pearl Divers - - The Navy's Underwater Mechanics ....... Articles Inside: ... Rosie's Riveters - Everybody on the field, even the dignified staff in the control tower, went wild when Capt. Rosenthal and his combat-weary crew brought their ship home safely from Berlin. By Saul Levitt ..... Pacific Pearl Divers -- War Models - In 30 months these under-water mechanics did the greatest salvage job in naval history. They policed Pearl Harbor of the results of Japanese treachery. By Cpl. Bill Reed and photos by Sgt. Bill Young ..... Vinegar Joe Said No When Jap Prisoner Tried to Shake His Hand in Burma. By Sgt. Ed Cunningham ..... Medics at Hawaiian Jungle Training Center Discover a New Use for Old YANKs. By Cpl. Bill Reed and photos by Pfc Beaumont L. Mood ..... Post Battle Bull Session By Sgt. Jack Denton Scott and photo by Sgt. Steve Derry ..... Jap Plan for Six Invasions of the American Mainland ..... News From Home ..... Service Men - Somewhere in Italy a Twelfth Air Force Service Squadron is visited by YANK photographer Sgt. John Frano ..... What goes on in the Entertainment World back home ..... Sports: So you know sports? Then try this easy little quiz. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Sports Service Record ..... Cassino Sketches By Sgt. Ed Vebell ..... Mail Call ..... The Sad Sack "Spam" by Sgt. George Baker ..... A Sad Sack of Mail By Cpl. Paul E. Deutchman ..... Strictly G.I. ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Gale Robbins ..... Stateside News ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 05 12
YANK PAD 1944 05 12
Vol. 2 No. 47 ....... Cover: Comrades - Drama on a muddy trail leading from Hill 260 to Papitalai Point in the Admiralty Islands: an American soldier helps a GI who has been wounded in the left leg to get back to a medical station, for more of Cpl. Bill Alcine's photographs of the successful Admiralty Islands' campaign, see pages 4-8. ....... Landing in Burma with Cochran's Air Commandos ....... Articles Inside: Houses of Italy - They are dark and dingy but GIs at the Cassino front won't forget how comfortable life was behind their thick walls when the German shells were thundering outside. By Sgt. Newton H. Fulbright ..... Burma Air Invasion - An eyewitness report from a YANK correspondent who landed 150 miles behind the Japanese lines with Col. Phil Cochran's glider and transport flyers in one of the most daring airborne attacks of the war. By Sgt Ed Cunningham ..... An Indian Boy in Iran By Cpl. James P. O'Neill ..... News From Home ..... Another Step - The American clean-up in the Admiralty Islands, photographed by YANK's Cpl. Bill Alcine ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... What's the Deal on the New Soldier-Vote Law? ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Ingrid Bergman ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Hip Pocket Guide to the United States ..... Navy Notes ..... Mail Call ..... Stateside News ..... Sports: Here's How the Major League Races Look As of This Minute. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 05 19
YANK PAD 1944 05 19
Vol. 2 No. 48 ....... Cover: Street Scene - Amid the ruins of Cassino, YANK photographer Sgt. George Aarons turned his camera on this New Zealander on patrol. Other excellent pictures of the ruins of Cassino and Sgt. Aaron's story of his experiences there with a party of Kiwi troops attached to the Fifth Army appear elsewhere in this issue. .......A YANK Photographer in the Ruins of Cassino ....... Articles Inside: GI's Meet the Ex-Cannibals - These Solomon Island natives don't hunt heads any more. They are too busy trading grass skirts and eggs for American soap, Spam and peroxide. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn and Artist Sgt. Robert Greenhalgh ..... Cameraman in Cassino - A YANK photographer crawls through the wreckage In the ruined Italian mountain town where the Allies are still locked with the Germans in one of the war's longest battles and brings back some remarkable pictures. By Sgt. George Aarons ..... Way Out West ( Hawaiian Rodeo ) ..... Fifty Missions By Pvt. Joseph Dever ( YANK Short-Story Contest Winner ) ..... Three Gags From New Guinea By Cpl. Ozzie St. George ..... Variety Show - Produced by the Cameras of the World ..... News From Home ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... The Strange Case of the Relunctant Canine By S/Sgt. Al Mohan ..... Strictly GI ..... Mail Call ..... Sports: YANK's Second Sports Quiz for the Experts By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Maria Montez ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 05 26
YANK PAD 1944 05 26
Vol. 2 No. 49 ....... Cover : 3 In A Pillbox - These three smiling soldiers, photographed in their pillbox at Empress Augusta Bay by YANK's Sgt. Dillon Ferris, fought in the Second Battle of Bougainville. They are (l. to r.) Pfc. Chester M. Williams of Philadelphia, Pa.; Pvt. Wayne H. Sammoms of Los Angeles, Calif., and T/Sgt. Nicholas J. Tangorra of Rondout, Ill. With their 37-mm gun and other weapons, the trio slaughtered scores of attacking Japs. See page 2 for story of the Bougainville action. ....... The Story of the Second Battle of Bougainville ....... Articles Inside: Second Battle of Bougainville - Isolated and facing starvation, the Jap forces launched a desperate assault against two seasoned U.S. divisions. When the battle was over, 7,000 of the Japs were dead. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn. Artwork by Robert Greenhalgh ..... Navy Notes - Irate Weatherman At SoPac Base Declare War on Topkick's Voracious Goats. By S/Sgt. John Fitting, Jr. ..... Anzio Beachhead's Astonishing Sergeant Won His Stripes When He Was Only 12 ( Herman Graff ) By Sgt. George Aarons ..... How to Vote in States Holding Primaries in Late July and August ..... Have You Got Family Allowance Problems? By Sgt. H. N. Oliphant ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Linda Darnell ..... Psychological Warfare By Sgt. Bill Davidson ..... News From Home ..... They're Running at Cairo ( Photo Report ) ..... Home Towns in Wartime: New Orleans, La. by Sgt. Mel Schifter ..... Sports: "McGraw of the Giants was a Two Fisted Genius" By Sgt. Joe McCarthy ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... Ironman Pilot - Maj. George Lee, with 161 missions, has hung up a Mediterranean record. By Cpl. Tom Shehan ..... Mail Call ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 06 02
YANK PAD 1944 06 02
Vol. 2 No. 50 ....... Cover : Combat-Wise Sergeant - This beautiful mustachio, photographed by YANK's Sgt. John Frano, belongs to T/Sgt. Ed M. Taylor, platoon sergeant in an 81-mm mortar outfit with the 36th Division in Italy. Taylor, who hails from El Paso, Tex., is one of the battle-wise platoon sergeants whose advice on how to remain a live infantryman is contained in Sgt. Burtt Evans' story on page 2. ....... Non Coms Tell Replacements How To Stay Alive ....... Articles Inside: Why Old Soldiers Never Die - Six veteran platoon sergeants who have experienced some of the toughest fighting in Italy tell about mistakes that most of our replacements make when they get into combat for the first time. By Sgt. Burtt Evans ..... A Muddy GI in Italy Visits the Showers. By Cpl. Ralph W. Jake ..... War Paint ( Tattoos ) ..... A Report on British Middle East Forces By Sgt. Jack Denton Scott ..... Aleutian Troop Carriers By Sgt. Mack Morriss ..... Push-Over at Hollandia By Sgt. Charles Pearson ..... News From Home ..... CPA Variety Show - YANK Looks Over The Gilberts ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly G.I. ..... Mail Call ..... What goes on in the Entertainment World back home ..... Sports: Touching All the Bases in the Big Leagues By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: K. T. Stevens ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 06 09
YANK PAD 1944 06 09
Vol. 2 No. 51 ....... Cover : Signal Corps in Newfoundland - In Newfoundland, T/5 Tom Meyers of Salamanca, N. Y., holds Punkin, mascot of his Signal Corps crew. Those are climbing irons Meyers is carrying on his shoulder. For story and pictures of the outfit's three-week battle against the elements to lug heavy supplies to the top of a mountain, see pages 2, 3 and 4. ....... The Sinking of the Baby Flat-top Liscome Bay ....... Articles Inside: War Against Weather - Newfoundland Signal Corps Crew Fights a Battle as Tough as Many Combat Assignments ..... The Soldier Speaks : "Should the U.S. get mixed up with the rest of the world after the war?" ..... The Sinking of the Liscome Bay - The story of 23 terrible minutes on a baby flat-top after it was torn to pieces by a torpedo from a Japanese submarine and before it sank with the second largest Navy casualty list of the war. By Robert L. Schwartz Y3c ..... Even a Railroad Couldn't Goose This Moose By Sgt. Georg N. Meyers ..... Yanks in Italy - How the Engineers Destroyed a Nazi OP By Sgt. Ralph G. Martin ..... Civilian Classification Dept. - Just as the Army has the right job for every civilian, this post-war plan aims to find the right job for every soldier. By Sgt. Ralph Stein ..... Going Home ( From SWPA ) ..... Combat ( Tarawa Photo Report ) ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... The Numbers By Sgt. Ray Duncan ..... Strictly G.I. ..... Mail Call ..... News From Home ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Ernie Clarke ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... Sports: Story of Footsy Britt, Congressional Winner. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 06 30
YANK PAD 1944 06 30
Vol. 3 No. 2 ....... Cover: Adm. Nimitz' Interview Clarifies Saipan Strategy ....... Articles Inside: Tokyo "D Day" Nears - As American Naval Units Contact the Japanese Fleet For the First Time Since the Battle of Midway, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Commander-in-Chief of the Mightiest Naval and Air Armada in History, Talks to a YANK Correspondent on Our Advance to Tokyo. by Sgt. H. N. Oliphant ..... Yugoslav Diary - Impressions of a week with a Partisan group in a small mountain town in the heart of Nazi-occupied territory. By Sgt. Walter Bernstein ..... Rescue at Truk - How an American submarine and an old Kingfisher scout plane, operating in Jap waters, teamed together to save 20 downed Navy airmen from capture. By Sgt. Larry McManus ..... The Dead End Kids - These tough veterans claimed they volunteered for Merrill's Marauders to get back home from the Pacific. But they found themselves instead killing more Japs in Burma and liking it. ..... News From Home ..... Papuan Infantry ( Photo Report ) By Sgt. Dick Hanley ..... Sports Parade ..... Sports: Eagan, Old AEF Champ, Frowns on Pro Boxing. By Sgt. Gene Slutz ..... Mail Call ..... Duffie's: Where Iran's Elite Meet By James P. O'Neill ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly GI ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Cheryl Walker ..... Hollywood to New Guinea ..... First Days on Saipan By Sgt. Larry McManus ..... U.S. Troops Find Saipan Assault Toughest Task In Central Pacific ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 07 14
YANK PAD 1944 07 14
Vol. 3 No. 4 ....... Cover: When in Rome - When in Rome, hold a Roman baby and be popular with the populace, says Pvt. Ben Pollack who was among the first American soldiers to enter the former Axis capital. YANK's Sgt. George Aarons photographed Pvt. Pollack standing on a motorcycle surrounded by a happy well-dressed crowd ....... GIs Take Over Rome, Their First Captured Capital ....... Articles Inside: "...This Far From A Jap Battleship" - Navy Aerial Gunner George Platz Could Have Reached Out to Touch An Enemy Sea Giant After Planes Blasted Jap Fleet Off Saipan. By Sgt. Bill Reed ..... U.S. Divisions in France - A Who's Who that tell where each American infantry and airborne outfit fought against the Germans on the Cherbourg Peninsula and gives the highlights of their past combat records. ..... GIs Take Over Rome - Two reports on the happy day when the Eternal City became the first European capital to get rid of the Nazis and welcome the Allies By James P. O'Neill ..... Highway 6 By Sgt. Fred Rosen ..... These Germans are Evacuating Rome ( Photo Report ) By Sgt. George Aarons ..... Saipan Album - These pictures show the aftermath of fighting for Saipan, where the Army's 27th joined the 2nd and 4th Marines in drive against Marianas ( Photo Report ) ..... News from Home ..... Mail Call ..... Plan to Combine Armed Forces - Army likes idea of putting both services under one head but Navy disapproves. By Sgt. Merle Miller ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly GI ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Jeanne Crain ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... Sports: Help yourself to a quote as the great minds speak. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 07 21
YANK PAD 1944 07 21
Vol. 3 No. 5 ....... Cover: Street Scene Saipan - Symbolical of victory, a General Sherman tank rumbles through a street in Garapan, largest town on the island of Saipan, which fell to American troops after weeks of the bitterest fighting in the Pacific. YANK photographer Sgt. Bill Young has framed the "Clipper" in the ruins of a home. Infantrymen ride atop the tank. ....... Seabees Repair Jap Railroad On Battered Saipan ....... Articles Inside: Forward O.P., Saipan - The Japs Once Looked Down from the Slopes of Mt. Tapotchau, Hurled Death on the Beaches; Then U.S. Troops Began a Long Climb. By Sgt. Larry McManus ..... GI Gangbusters - A picked bunch of MPs and investigators in Italy are making things tough fo the black-market ring. By Sgt. Burtt Evans ..... Tank Battle in Burma - They weren't trained at Fort Knox, but these amateurs who manned the first General Shermans in the CBI put up a tough fight against the Japs. By Sgt. Dave Richardson ..... Normandy Notes - Fighting in the rapidly shifting Cherbourg deal, GIs wished they knew which side was winning it. By Cpl. John Preston ..... Home Towns in Wartime: Chicago, Ill. by Pfc. Dale Kramer ..... The Soldier Speaks: "Should the U.S. Have Compulsory Military Training After the War?" ..... Seabees Take Over Jap RR on Saipan ( Photo Report ) By Sgt. Bill Young ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... GI Cinderella ( YANK Fiction ) By Pvt. Ray Brown ..... Strictly GI ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Rita Hayworth ..... News From Home ..... Sports Parade ..... Sports: Meet Danny Gardella, The Super Screwball By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Mail Call ..... Stateside News ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 07 28
YANK PAD 1944 07 28
Vol. 3 No. 6 ....... Cover: Superfortresses - Symbolical of victory, a General Sherman tank rumbles through a street in Garapan, largest town on the island of Saipan, which fell to American troops after weeks of the bitterest fighting in the Pacific. YANK photographer Sgt. Bill Young has framed the "Clipper" in the ruins of a home. Infantrymen ride atop the tank. ....... A YANK Reporter Sees B-29 Bombs Fall on Japan ....... Articles Inside: B-29 Raid on Japan - A YANK reporter describes trip to Nippon's Pittsburgh in a Superfortress of the new Twentieth Air Force. By. Sgt. Lou Stoumen ..... Kidnapping in Crete - How a handful of British raiders slipped ashore and captured the German commander in one of the war's most daring exploits. ..... Banzai Suicide - It was a Day of Slaughter When the Japs on Saipan, Already Beaten, Made a Last Frenzied Assault on Our Lines. By Sgt. Larry McManus ..... Airborne Action - Glider and Paratroop Pilots Fought on Ground in France. By Sgt. Saul Leavitt ..... What's the Army Doing to Help State Absentee Voting? By Sgt. Merle Miller ..... Hot Spot ( Photo Report on the Nemi Valley ) By Sgt. George Aarons ..... News From Home ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... The GI Bill of Rights ..... Stateside News ..... Mail Call ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Angela Greene ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Army Takes C.P.A Championship ..... Sports: YANK's Fourth Sports Quiz for Experts Only By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Cartoons

YANK PAD 1944 08 04
YANK PAD 1944 08 04
Vol. 3 No. 7 ....... A YANK Photographer's Pictures Of Freed France ....... Cover : Hello, France ..... The American troops who wave a greeting from the landing ramp of an LST meet no enemy fire as they approach the shores of France. Comrades on land and in the air, who preceded these reinforcements, took care of that. For more photos from France by YANK's Sgt. Reg Kenny, see pages 2 and 3.

YANK PAD 1944 08 11
YANK PAD 1944 08 11
Vol. 3 No. 8 ....... Eyewitness Account of Guam's First Battle ....... Cover : Death Trap On Guam ..... "Death Trap On Guam" was the photographer's title for this picture which shows Pfc. Charles Dempsey standing on top of a Jap pillbox and keeping a sharp lookout for snipers. Sgt. Bill Young took this photograph early in the fight to recapture Guam. Other pictures by Sgt. Young of the battle for Guam appear on pages 12 and 13.

YANK PAD 1944 08 18
YANK PAD 1944 08 18
Vol. 3 No. 9 ....... Sketches and Stories From the Normandy Front ....... Cover : Front Line, Pacific ..... During the campaign on Wakde, Netherlands New Guinea, YANK's Sgt. Dick Hanley made this unusual close-up. One look at the soldier's face, the way he hugs his hole and grips his tommy gun, tells you the picture was made up front. To make things tougher, he carries heavy radio equipment.

YANK PAD 1944 08 25
YANK PAD 1944 08 25
Vol. 3 No. 10 ....... An Army Bull-Session on Jap Warfare ....... Cover : Last Line-Up ..... Covering the advance of the 27th Infantry Division as they cleaned out the last Jap defenders on Saipan, this squad is shown lying along a ridge on Marpi Point as their outfit pushed shoulder to shoulder, toward the beach to drive the Japs into the sea. A reserve platoon is resting in the background.

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YANK PAD 1944 09 15
Vol. 3 No. 13 ....... Details of War Department's Demobilization Plans ....... Cover : Investigation in Italy ..... This knocked-out German self-propelled heavy howitzer serves as a playground for these Italian kids, photographed near the fighting front by YANK's Sgt. George Aarons. For more pictures of children in wartime in other military theaters from China to France, turn to the center spread on pages 12-13.

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YANK PAD 1944 10 04
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YANK PAD 1944 10 20
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YANK PAD 1944 10 27
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YANK PAD 1944 11 03
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YANK PAD 1944 11 10
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YANK PAD 1944 11 17
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YANK PAD 1944 12 08
YANK PAD 1944 12 08
Vol. 3 No. 25 ....... Cover : Superforts at Saipan - Under the sweep of the tremendous tail of this B-29, ground crew-men are loading into turret positions the belts of ammunition which feed the automatic guns of the Superfortresses, now striking Tokyo from this Saipan base. Special ammunition trailers are used by ordnance men who service the B-29 guns. ....... First Superfort Raid on Tokyo: Eyewitness Account ....... Articles Inside: Target: Tokyo - Saipan, out of the news spotlight for months, is on the front page again as base for the Superfortress raids on Tokyo and as the target for frantic Jap retaliatory strikes in futile attempts to destroy the B-29s on the ground and protect Honshu from further attacks. By Sgt. Bill Reed ..... How Japs Treated the Filipinos - By turn, Japs were objects of ridicule and fear on Leyte. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn ..... Verdun - Then and Now - Battlefields of last war are bivouac areas in this one . By Sgt. Bill Davidson ..... 2d Battle of Philippine Sea - This great U.S. victory was not a slugfest between two grand fleets but several engagements involving separate task forces. ..... Text of Communique No. 168, Describing U.S. Navy Victory ..... Mail Call ..... Television - Thanks to technical advances hastened by the war, this new industry is just about ready to provide jobs and entertainment for thousands of Americans. By Sgt. Georg N. Meyers ..... Variety Show - Produced by the Cameras of the World ..... All-American Preview - in a season of good backfield men, these are the most outstanding. You'll be seeing them on the All-American teams. Sports: Football conversation with references to Navy, Randolph Field and Rose Bowl. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... The Sad Sack "Double Trouble" 2 by Sgt George Baker ..... The World is Too Much Water By Pvt. William Saroyan ..... Strictly G.I. ..... The Line-Up for 1945 ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Lauren Bacall ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... Cartoons

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YANK PAD 1944 12 15
Vol. 3 No. 26 ....... Cover: Through a street in Tacloban, capital of the province of Leyte in the Philippines, a file of Yanks moves frontward at route step. One of the Filipino kids in the lower right hand corner greets them with a finger sign for Victory. This picture was taken by YANK staff photographer Sgt. Dick Hanley. ....... Main Street Tacloban ....... Articles Inside: My Old Outfit - They started out together at Fort Jackson back in the states and fought their way across Europe until the faces were no longer familiar and you could count the old men on the fingers of one hand. By Sgt. Mack Morriss ..... Home Towns in Wartime - Paducah, Ky. By Sgt. Burgess H. Scott and photos by Sgt. Ben Schnall ..... Lazy MP Ranch By Cpl. James Goble and Photos by Cpl. Lon Wilson ..... The Russian Gateway By Sgt. Burtt Evans ..... The T-5 Colonel - At 46, this soldier of fortune has a long list of wars behind him, but he's still in there pitching. He has at least seven good reasons for fighting the Germans. By Sgt. Bill Davidson ..... Welcome at Leyte. By Sgt. H. N. Oliphant and photos by Sgt. Bill Alcine, Pfc. George Burns, Sgt. Marvin Fasig and Sgt. Hanley ..... The Fifth Army ( Photo Report ) ..... Mail Call ..... Stateside News ..... The Sad Sack "Released for Active Duty" by Sgt. George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly G.I. ..... News From Home ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Selene Mahri ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... What goes on in the Entertainment World back home ..... Sports: Mr. Johnston Acquires Two New Heavyweights. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Cartoons

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YANK PAD 1944 12 29
Vol. 3 No. 28 ....... Cover: The sight of 2000-pound bombs whistling down on Jap territory will become ever more common during the coming year as the American air offensive continues to increase month by month. This particular bomb was dropped by a Hell-diver of the Fast Carrier Task Force during a strike against enemy shipping and waterfront installations at Manila. ....... 7th Division Veterans Compare Three Campaigns ....... Articles Inside: ... Attu, Kwajalein, Leyte - Veterans of the 7th Division compare three campaigns against the Japs. By Cpl. Tom O'Brien and photo by Burns ..... Italian Artery ( Highway 65 ) ..... Into the Rhineland - Here is a glimpse of Germany's industrial and cultural heart, area where our forces are engaged in what may be a decisive battle in the west...... Women in Industry - Will the gal who has your job keep on working after the war or does she think her place is in the home? The answer seems to vary with the lady in question. By Cpl. Margaret Davis photos by Sgt. Bob Ghio ..... The Soldier Speaks: Should women remain in industry after the war? Photo by Sgt. Bill Young ..... Stateside News ..... The Sad Sack "Guests" by Sgt. George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Shavetail Without Bars - For nearly three years after his escape from Bataan, a Pfc led Filipino guerrilla forces that harassed the Japs on Leyte. By Cpl. Tom O'Brien ..... War and Weather - On the Western Front, Snow and rain make our progress tougher ..... Mail Call ..... Strictly G.I. ..... News From Home ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Rita Daigle ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... 1944 All American College Team ..... GI All-American Team 1944 ..... 1945 YANK Calendar

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YANK PAD 1945 01 05
Vol. 3 No. 29 ....... Cover: Gunner ..... The grinning GI looking out of the rear hatch of his Superfortress is Sgt. J. I. Jabot of Dearborn, Mich., a gunner. The picture was made by Sgt. Lou Stoumen, YANK Staff Photographer, in China, where the first Superfort missions were staged. For a story of a combined Navy and AAF attack on Iwo Jima see pages 2, 3 and 4. ....... Articles Inside: ... Grudge Fight at Iwo - Superfort raids on Tokyo stirred the Jap air force into action against Saipan. Then Navy surface vessels combined with Lightnings, Liberators and B-29s to plaster the Islands of Iwo Jima in the most concentrated attack of the war on a target area of comparable size. By Sgt. Bill Reed ..... Skirmish in the Vosges By Pvt. Howard Katzander ..... Night Raid Off Genoa - There's still plenty of work for PT boats in the Mediterranean, German convoys that run supplies down Italy's coast. By Sgt. Joe McCarthy and photos by Sgt. Reg Kenny ..... Battalion Aid Station - Its business booms during an attack when medics may become their own best customers. By Sgt. Mack Morriss and photos by Sgt. Steve Derry ..... Yanks at Home Abroad ..... Mail Call ..... Campaign on Leyte - Behind the front and on the firing line, YANK photographers made these pictures of men, machines, and animals, all of them part of the military pattern of daily life on Leyte Island. Photos by Mason Pawlak CPhoM , Pfc. George Burns and Sgt. Marvin Fasig ..... Football at Home and Abroad ..... Sports - Close-Up of the Coach of the Year. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... The Sad Sack "Supply Problem" by Sgt. George Baker ..... 1st Sergeant Stein and The Dress Business By Sgt. Marion Hargrove ..... Strictly G.I. ..... 1944 A review of a year on the home front ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Hazel Brooks ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Stateside News ..... Navy Notes ..... Cartoons

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YANK PAD 1945 01 12
Vol. 3 No. 30 ....... Cover: The jungles of Leyte Island yield a welcome change in diet to T/5 Frank Sinacola, Berkley, Mich., who went foraging when his outfit with the 96th Infantry Division caught a breathing spell during the Battle for the Philippines, and came up with this stock of fresh bananas. By Mason Pawlak ....... Articles Inside: ... War in the Forest - Through the dark and dripping fir trees barring the approaches to Cologne, infantrymen crawled and fought their way in an agonizing advance. By Sgt. Mack Morriss ..... Pullam's Pillbox - The troop shelter was concrete, reinforced and four feet thick. The GI who blew it open picked up an unexpected decoration. By Sgt. Earl Anderson ..... British Demobilization Plan By Sgt. Bill Davidson ..... Japanese Please Copy By Sgt. Ralph Stein ..... Veterans on the Farm - GIs experienced on the land can borrow cash from the Department of Agriculture to buy new farms or restock their old ones. By Cpl. Hyman Goldberg ..... Log of the Sweet P ( Cruiser USS Portland ) - From Coral Sea and Midway in 1942 to the Leyte invasion, this heavy cruiser and her crew have seen plenty of Pacific action. By Barrett McGurn ..... Guerrillas on Leyte - Fighting from the hills with home-made weapons, Filipino patriots caused the Japs plenty of trouble and helped pave the way for the American landings. By Pfc. George Burns ..... Variety Show - Produced by the Cameras of the World. Photos by Pawlak, Burns, Kenny, Sgt. Lou Stoumen and T/Sgt. Bob Beerman ..... Mail Call ..... Stateside News ..... The Sad Sack "Raid" by Sgt. George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly G.I. ..... News From Home ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Colleen Townsend ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Sportsview of the Year - Here are the teams and players who made the biggest news of 1944. ..... Sports - Outstanding Performances of 1944. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Cartoons

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YANK PAD 1945 01 19
Vol. 3 No. 31 ....... Cover: The sailor gave a quick double take and asked the girl if she was a WAVE. She was. "Haven't you ever seen a WAVE?" she asked. The sailor hadn't. "You poor boy," the WAVE said. "You must have been overseas a long time." He had. For the benefit of other long-timers, this week we present a WAVE cover girl, Marcelle Ahern S1c, one of 200 who recently landed on Oahu. Several thousand more are expected to arrive eventually. By Mason Pawlak CPhoM ....... Articles Inside: ... Burma War - ...out of the jungles into the cities. By Sgt. Dave Richardson ..... Souvenir Savvy - You can't take it with you if it's loaded or looted. Photo by George Burns ..... GIs in Congress - Pfc. William J. Green By Cpl. Hyman Goldberg - Cpl. Charles Melvin Price By Pfc. Debs Myers - Capt. William E. Jenner By Sgt. Richard H. Paul ..... Capturing a Gestapo General - Organizing Metz for siege was a tough job and the Nazis chose a hard man to do it, but American troops entering the city found the big shot hiding in a brewery. By Sgt. Saul Levitt ..... Navy Notes ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Forward Echelon - Modern war demands control of the air during an amphious operation and distances in the Pacific often place this burden on carrier based planes until air strips are secured and land planes take over. ..... Navy-14 AAFPOA-0 - Poi Bowl crowd Sees Navy All-Stars Win. Photos by George Burns ..... Stateside News ..... Mail Call ..... The Sad Sack "Booby Trap" by Sgt. George Baker ..... Strictly G.I. ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Janis Carter ..... What goes on in the Entertainment World back home ..... Cartoons

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YANK PAD 1945 01 26
Vol. 3 No. 32 ....... The American Jet Plane and What Makes it Fly ....... Cover: Two Props and a Jet ..... Flying staggered echelon with two sister ships from Bell Aircraft, the jet-propelled P-59 Airacomet fighter-trainer (bottom) shows her lines alongside those of the P-39 Airacobra (top) and the P-63 Kingcobra (middle). What makes the "jet job" fly is told on pages 2, 3 and 4. ....... Articles Inside: ... Jet Plane - This propellerless job, though still a subject for whispers, has been out of the lab many months, carrying our flying men higher and faster than they have ever flown before. By Sgt. Georg N. Meyers ..... Another Winter - Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark sizes up the tough job in Italy. By Sgt. Jack Denton Scott and photo by Pvt. George Aarons ..... Combat Virgins - When the green 96th Division on Leyte met the Japs, almost every man found action was different from what he expected. By Sgt. Barrett McGurn and photos by Mason Pawlak CPhoM ..... Hot Time in Belgium - When the Germans launched their big push in the West, a lot of GIs who had planned a Paris holiday found that they didn't to hunt for excitement. By Sgt. Ed Cunningham ..... Yanks at Home Abroad Photos by Pvt. Charles Schonert and Sgt. Nat Eisenberg..... Germany's Human Moles By Saul Levitt ..... Seeing Ceylon ( Photo Story ) By Sgt. Dave Richardson ..... Mail Call ..... Stateside News ..... The Sad Sack "Up and Out" by Sgt. George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly G.I. ..... News From Home ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Candy Jones ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... Off Season is on Again ..... Sports - The 4-F Athlete Takes Another Physical. By Sgt. Dan Polier ..... Sports Service Record ..... Cartoons

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YANK PAD 1945 02 09
Vol. 3 No. 34 ....... Cover: Captured Jap AA ..... Although it's a little large for a first class souvenir, this Jap anti-aircraft gun captured at Leyte, attracted considerable attention from soldiers stationed nearby. Among those inspecting it was Sgt. John Sills, an antiaircraftsman whose home is in West Wago, La. Photo by Pfc. George Burns ....... Articles Inside: ... Iron Man Battalion - The old-timers of this 34th Division outfit have sweated it out longer than any other infantrymen in Europe, three years overseas with 350 days spent in the front lines of Tunisia and Italy. By Sgt. Joe McCarthy and photos by Sgt. Steve Derry ..... The Soldier Speaks: Should the GIs of this war have a veterans' organization of their own? ..... Break-Through Tales - The first impact of the Kraut counteroffensive gave the infantrymen of the 84th Division and some Cub pilots plenty to do and to talk about. By Sgt. Ed Cunningham ..... "Battle" Stars - The demobilization system has increased the combat star's importance. Here's some information on who is entitled to wear them. By Sgt. Bill Reed and photo by Mason Pawlak, CPhoM. ..... Mail Call ..... The Home-Made Harness - For fifteen minutes a Superfortress gunner, Sgt. Joe Krantz, dangled precariously from a home-made safety harness some six miles over Japan, at an altitude which flight surgeons had assured fliers would cause a man's death in a minute or two. By Cpl. Knox Burger ..... Variety Show - Produced by the Cameras of the World ..... Yanks at Home in SoPac. Photo by Sgt. Lon Wilson ..... Stateside News ..... The Sad Sack "Army Economy" by Sgt. George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... Strictly G.I. ..... News From Home ..... YANK Pin-up Girls: Eve Whitney, Elaine Shepard, Helen O'Hara, Noreen Roth and Kay Booth ..... Dudley Wintergreen in the Pacific ..... College Basketball. Photo by Sgt. Bob Ghio ..... GI Tex Rickard By Sgt. Burtt Evans and photo by Sgt. Derry ..... Sports Service Record ..... Cartoons




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