Sea Power 1944 09 (PDF)




Vol. 4 No. 9
36 pages

Cover: by Charles Andres, Specialist 2nd Class, U.S.N.R.

Articles Inside:

Out of the Mail Buoy

Navy Day Has a Double Meaning

Merchant Ships Back the Invasion – The Merchant Marine is a full member of our fighting team. By Roger Kafka

“To Each His Faith” – You learn to know a man when you share a life-raft with him. By Colin MacKenzie

Shipping for Victory and After – The Merchant Marine is vital to the future of the nation. By Vice Admiral Emory S. Land, U.S.N. (Ret.)

Scoreboard of Naval Losses

Salt-Water Ships from Fresh-Water Shipyards – The Great Lakes shipyards have brought victory closer. By Harry Botsford

A Seaman’s Progress

Ship Versus Plane – The ship and plane are complementary, not competitive. By Almon E. Roth

To Keep the Flag Flying – An Editorial. By Sheldon Clark

Old Hardrock – A man’s nickname is the index to his character, sometimes. By Victor H. Johnson

Deck Valves Frozen

British Seamen Run Nazi Blockade

Torpedoed Four Times Within Nine Months

The Bos’n Brought Them Through Alive

Our Navy Today – A book review

What Fighting Men Think

Navy League Notes