Vol. 1 No. 28
Cover: Information Booth – In the North African desert, Sgt. Robert Miller, of Cranston, R.I., finds further confirmation of a fact he already knew – that it’s a long way home.
A Yank In Tobruk by Sgt. George Aarons
The Plot That Failed – The link-up of German and Japanese forces
School for Rangers ( Fort Meade )
Yanks at Home and Abroad – Our men report on the state of the world on matters ranging from a trip to Hawaii to an Iceland alert
Yanks at Home and Abroad ( Picture Pages )
The Poets Cornered
Between the Lines
Supermarine by Sgt. Harry Brown and Sgt. Ralph Stein
YANK Pin-up Girl: Ann Sothern
The Post Exchange
News From Home – The American Week
Sports: A Marine sportswriter does some boasting about a few of his Leatherneck athletes by S/Sgt. Hy Hurwitz, U.S.M.C.
“Commando Tennis” is the latest G.I. racket
One of the first soldiers landing on Guadalcanal to join the Marines in socking the Jap, totes his equipment to quarters.