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Vol. 2 No. 14 ……. Cover: Souvenirs from Burma – At an air base in India, Sgt. Earl Rivard pokes his head out of a bamboo hut and displays, for photographer Sgt. Lou Stoumen, some of the souvenirs he picked up behind enemy lines in Burma. He wears a Japanese field cap, holds a small antipersonnel bomb in his right hand, a pilot’s “honor” dagger in his left. At his elbow is a piece of a Zero. ……. Seven Army Chaplains at the Front ……. Articles Inside:

The Philippine Islands by Cpl. John McLeod

Patriots’ Funeral ( Tourves, France ) by Sgt. Harry Sions

Sketches of the Guam Campaign by artist Sgt. Robert Greenhalgh

Stilwell : The GIs’ Favorite Our newest four-star general is a tough, plain-speaking soldier who won’t allow Officers Only signs on cafes in his theater. By Sgt. Ed Cunningham

The Sad Sack by Sgt. George Baker

Did I Ever Tell You? By Sgt. Marion Hargrove

Strictly GI

Driving Through France ( Photo Story )

News From Home

Candidates for the Federal Ballot ( State by State )

YANK Pin-up Girl: Elaine Riley

What goes on in the Entertainment World back home

Mail Call

Study in Sound Relentless barrages of artillery are hard to take but long hours of silence in a forward position are even tougher on the nerves. ( 3rd Ranger Battalion ) By Pvt. Justin Gray

The Nation in Review

Sports: Who’ll Go Rose Bowling? Southern Cal? Maybe, UCLA by Sgt. Dan Polier