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Vol. 2 No. 40 ……. Cover: ‘Round the Clock with 9th AAF Marauders. See pages 2 and 3 ……. Articles Inside: …

Triple Duty – Three raids in 24 hours kept everybody at this Marauder base busy — including the little man who ran the pub in town. Crew members of “Sad Sack, Jr.,” are, left to right, 1st Lt. Phillip G. Haglund, bombardier-navigator; Cpl. Edward F. Anderson, armament man and T/Sgt. James R. Jordan, crew chief. By Pfc. Bill Hennefrund

The Army’s GYPSY-BUILDERS – In the last war they were “the engineers with the hairy ears.” In every war some wise Joes have always said, “Those guys are just the engineers.” But armies do not move without them — the men who lay down the roads, put up the shelters and installations in which the army lives and does Its job. And to their muddy chores they have brought their own sharp, profane brand of funny talk — it keeps them a little warmer on cold nights. By Sgt. Saul Levitt

The Mounties Get Unhorsed By Sgt. Georg N. Meyers

After the Battle At Kwajalein By Sgt. Merle Miller

Yanks at Home in the ETO

Centerfold Map – Indian Ocean

Thoughts in the Night By Pvt. Elliot A. Witten

News From Home

The Sad Sack “First Come – First Served” by Sgt. George Baker

Mail Call

The truth about SUPERMAN by Pfc. Harold D. Schwartz

4-Fs Give Dodgers 1-A Pennant Chance

Sports: French Sailor Looks Like Future Champ to Sharkey By Cpl. Tom Shehan

Sports Service Record

What are the Girls Wearing? – Despite the shortage of material, skirts back in America still cover the knees. Artwork by Sgt. Ralph Stein

YANK Pin-up Girl: Ann Savage

YANK Cartoons