YANK BR 1943 01 17 (PDF)




Vol. 1 No. 31
Cover: Navy Issue – A Heroine comes home. The battle-scarred cruiser San Francisco enter the harbor of the city for which she is named. Repairs were necessary following her remarkable performance against much heavier Japanese ships off Guadalcanal.

Articles Inside:

The Navy Fights ( Six Page Story From Pearl Harbor to Date )

The Navy “Boot” by Sgt. George Baker at Great Lakes

Blow It Out Your Ballast Tanks by Cpl. Marion Hargrove and Sgt. Ralph Stein

“Can” Rations – Destroyer Men Tell Boudoir Stories But 18 Days at Sea Change the Scuttlebutt To Adventures Without a Heroine by Robert L. Schwartz Y3c and artist Cpl. Robert Greenhalgh

This Is The Navy ( Navy Photos )

A Week Of War – Clicking On All Fronts

Yanks at Home and Abroad – Our men report on the state of the world on matters ranging from G.I. Reunion to wild dogs in Africa

If a Mon’s a Bit Tight Wi’ Slugs He Can Get 3 MEs on One Trip 

Burchard, the Dog’s Meat Man: Observations on African Fauna

Steak Is But a Dream Down Under And So, For That Matter, Is Scotch 

Supply Sergeants in Africa Relax As Axis Donates Equipment to G.I.s 

News From Home – The Week In America

The Poets Cornered

Mail Call

Strictly G.I.

Sports: Navy Deals With Nothing Less Than Champs and the Results Speak For Themselves by Sgt. Walter Bernstein

YANK Pin-up Girl: Jane Russell