Vol. 2 No. 15 ……. Cover: Navy Roll. ……. Mercy Ship Beats the Jap Trap at Manila ……. Articles Inside:
War in the West – Three stories from the Allied front against the Germans, where units were cleaning out enemy pockets behind the lines as forward columns raced through Belgium…Rolling on Toward Liege. By Cpl. John Preston…With the Canadians in France. By Pvt. Ben Frazier…How Brassiere Boys Held Brest. By Tom Bernard Sp(X)1c
Last Ship Out of Manila – The aging USS Mactan dumped its cargo and became a mercy ship on New Year’s Day 1942. By Sgt. Chuck Rathe
Pyle Goes Home By Sgt. Mack Morriss
Adriatic Front – On the Eighth Army’s right flank, Polish and Free Italian troops are pushing back the Nazis with a determination born of revenge. By Sgt. Harry Sions
Nipponese Nightmare – The Army’s P-61 Black Widows got their baptism of fire in the Southwest Pacific, but it was the Jap bombers who got burned. By Cpl. Donn H. Munson
The Sad Sack by Sgt. George Baker
YANK’s New Guinea by artist Sgt. Charles D. Pearson
News From Home
Circus in Wartime By Sgt. Justus Schlotzhauer
The Soldier Speaks: Who should be discharged first after the war?
YANK Pin-up Girl : Lynn Bari
What’s Your Problem?
Golf’s Gold Rush
Sports: Close-Up of Nelson, World’s Best Golfer by Sgt. Dan Polier