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Title: The buccaneer
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Title: The buccaneer
Uniform Title: Buccaneer (Okinawa Island, Japan)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Army Air Forces. -- Air Force, 10th
United States -- Army Air Forces. -- Air Force, 10th
Publisher: I & E Section, Hq Co, Tenth Army for the members of Hq, Hq Co, and Sp Trs
Place of Publication: Okinawa Island, Japan
Okinawa Island, Japan
Publication Date: October 23, 1944
Frequency: daily
regular
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Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okinawa Island (Japan)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Japan -- Okinawa Island -- Okinawa-shi
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1945. Ceased on Oct. 15, 1945.
General Note: "Scoops for the troops."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 116 (Sept. 5, 1945).
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Volume ID: VID00008
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last Minute War News .-,.. variety show

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Walters, Winkler
Yergin.
Feature in the show wi
Kirk and Red Nelaon in a
from "Arsenic and Old L
Kirk is cast as one of
murderous sisters, and N
play Teddy Roosevelt
sions of ... the Pan;
in the cellar.
Novelty numbers of
will be headlined by Mari
presenting the manual of
a corps song. The station
the new station choral
serve as background mn
the two groups will al
. i numbers.
Other new features
planned: The station ban
tribute a quintette, wh
a jam session, and in c
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and Ruth

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a sequence
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arms and
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SuQ eed I t. Cot. Mo-lw

Commander Richard E. Harmer,
USN, night fighter expert with
:wo tours of I duty under his
belt and officially credited with the
first kill by a carrier-based night
fighter, is the Station' new Train-
ing Officer.
ne succeeds Lt.-Co!. G. M. Mor-
row, USMC, who left last week
for the Pacific.
A graduate of Naval Academy,
class of 1935, Comdr. Harmer's
training and experience make him
exceptionally qualified for one of
the program's key positions.
As C Officer of the
first carrier-based night
squadron, he and his squadron com-
piled an enviable reco d against
Japs. Flying an F4U, Comtdr. Har-
mer's personal night flying count
against the Nips includes two
downed, one probable and two d:am

Got Jap on First Tour
Previous to his crack at Pacific
night he h-ad served t with
S'Five" aboard the Sa ra
toga. It was during this itou. It
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Pointing to an urgent call by
the National Nursing Council foi
SWiar Service for more women to
performi the unselfishh and irre-
S. work of the volunteer
nurse's aide, Mrs. Garnet P. Grant,
Chairman of the Nurse's Aides of
the Indian River Red Cross Chap-
ter, said that more volunteers are
needed at once in this community.
Mrs. Grant urges all wives of
:Officer and Enlisted Personnel
who are interested in for
the next training class, to contact
the local Chapter by telephoning
2-5-4-9.
The situation in hospitals
i throughout the country is serious,
Mrs. Grant said, "that
women must not allow the weather,
vacations and over-optimism about
the war," to overcome their will to
serve.








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"Instinct told mie w hat ''.. .
luck was on my side."
's the explanation '
Lt. (jg) J. S. (Rebel) Ai .
for the successful return. ,, ,
14-hour ocean dunking I .. i
But "instinct" and i -
cording to those in the k).... .. "
station, played only a r.... i, ., ..
of the story. They say tr ..... :
calmness during an -,,.: ,. :.-
made the big
The popular Georgiar ,
overstuffed drawl had i .- -
pected ocean dip the o'h-. ,,. ;
when his engine conked *. ,- .1 -- -
m iles from shore. H e I.. -.-.! : .,!...., ,. I-..,i . ..
up by a crash boat aftei ., I.,: ..,- .i n,...t ,,-
at sea, none the worse : a. 'i... : I tI .L 'i -'. i
and with an object les- . .' \'. t,,. ... .. >
heeding, if not necessa. ith l .I . 1. ,.,t .. -.iti .. i -
duplicating. .. ,i, ,,i , ,.
It ". a Black \ i h. :' .- i .. i,.- .i 1 i ,.
"I was over the oceL 1i..i fi-. i, . -
was black as Hitler's ,. iu the ii.,.t on the chutes and labor 241
Rebel recalled. "The engine cut and honr daily to assure that Vero u
I was too low to bail out. I switched' ,h'-. ... pilots have a perfect chute so
tanks, she caught '. i .. second, and ., -' occasionn arose to use one.
then at less than 500 feet went out *.. ". '.. take the parachute lo
altogether. very ,.i ," said Lieutenant th
"I knew I had to land he ;, : .:' C", 1. "But you can always tell ci
ocean without power and itl.-. I, ,,.n who has been forced to use hi
any vision. one. He will be very particularly h
"T' i- ,1.- .'.*1,.. ,, i ..i because I when he accepts his chute and li
S ,' .' -. ., .. .. ,.-' : checks it over in every detail be'
--- .- i .;', I' i '.-'~:- fore he puts it on. It is no longer
,:,.* :;1. -- and the water land- just something else for him to lug
ing .. ri.. .fr ;' eight. around."
Hi- .. ri.. 1 ,. had been f, .,, a man to a chute is a
-I ... injury on land- simple matter. The chutes come in
S. ....] .' .,... Quick get- but three sizes, large, medium and
I. :.-.- '' .t ,.-'life raft small. When a squadron arrives
.. "-'.' '- available. i ...,1 ..t each man is fitted to a chute. The
chute has already been numbered
'i' .." ..l... is that the at Jacksonville and the number


. m'ime awa i 1.:
a -,.'k scratch or bruise.
it t , head never went
under water.



1- '. ', I the sentiment of
many old-timers on the station:
"Here was another ::.., il.- of
a man's being .! through
training and i,,..-
"He was cool i. I calm. He re-
nmembered his instructions. He
trusted implicitly in his instru-
ments and they came i.- i-:', for
him. He knew his plane and what
he could expect from it.
"It was as simple as that."

What is ethics? '*.l'' suppose
an old lady comes into the store,
buys a lot of goods and pays me ten
dollars too much. Then the ethics
comes in. Should I or should I
not tell my partner?


filed with the Bureau of Aeronau-
tics in Washington, D. C. The
chute becomes a part of each pi-
lot's '.. gear and he is issued
that same chute before each .,
When a pilot returns his chute
to the parachute loft, it is inspect-
ed by the riggers to make certain
the harness is in shape and the
safety cord and locking pins are
intact. The safety cord on the
locking pin is a light cord which
breaks if the chute is accidentally
opened. If this should happen the
chute is sent out for inspection
and re-packing. As a routine mat-
ter chutes are sent to NAS Banana
River every thirty days for in-
spection and repacking.
'. ,i:, i-Tirp -rd t rg straps
must be :r.rr .1 .,,;- '- not too
tight. A loose strap causes toc
much pressure on one arm or leg
and may. result in a broken bone,
If fitted .. .. t, i.. of the
holding :i.. .


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ii. nd
here they may accidentally soak
p oil, gas or water .which if itv
'aks through to the silk will rot it.
Yes, the rigger in the parachute
ft performs an important task for
ie pilots. His work is around the
ock. If the pilot is casual about
s chute, the rigger is not. It is
is care and experience that saves
ves.


OCT(C :, i. 23, 1944

THE 'REBEL' SAYS

IT WAS JUST LUK

But Other .\ -, ;:-, Given to i!
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BEHIND THE SCENES

AT NAS, VERO BEACH

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PShGi, THi ..

NIGHT FIGHTER VEIMRAN

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an action supporting the Guadal-
canal : in August. 1942,
that he got his first Jap.
Native of Tacoma, Wash.,Comdr.
Harmer served aboard the Missis-
sippi for over two years after leav-
ing Annapolis. He got his wings
at Pensacola in early 1939 and
spent a year with Five"
on the Yorktown.
After combat duty with a squad-
ron on the .-: .. he returned to
the states to study night '.
work at Quonsett, R. I. As Execu-
tive Officer of VF(N) 75, he helped
form that famous land-based night
fighter squadron which, under
Comdr. Gus Widhelm, has caused
the Japs so many headaches.
He then commissioned his car-
rier-based squadron and saw ex-
tensive action during the first half
of 1944.
,.. .. ; b y : .
Comdr. Harmer reported to NAS,
Vero Beach, 8 Sept.
"I have been impressed with the
soundness and practical aspects of
the training program here," he
said.
"One of the beauties of the pro-
gLran is the fact that
all combat conditions can be dupli-
cated here. The practice and train-
ing here can make the combat ac-
tuals a great deal easier.
"In my own case, the actual in-
tcrecptions were easier than those
made in training."









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The new set-up resulted from at i
Board's report to the Secretary of EAUTF
the Navy. The Board found that a,
revision of the present system was (4 ...., from .' 1)
necessary because many officers this, Olivia Eastus will sing an op-
are restricted in their assignment eratic aria. Shirley Winkle will
to duty by the designation they present both a boogie piano and a
bear. i vocal number, and Helen Yost.
There will be two general types helping with the choral group, wil
of reserve officers: (1) general- also do interpretive and tap dane
service officers (physically quali -ing.
field for sea duty) and (2) special- To make it ,.. for every
service officers ('. re- one to ,".'. t. riety show
striated to shore duty), will be given more than once but
A further breakdown for each as yet : '. : dates have not been
.' alls for "limited" set. Many other individual and
classifications, the group acts now not completely
former a specialist in a particular scheduled ': be presented at the
field, the latter ... .. for gen- show, a" i ,-- --.", attending may
eral assignments. ,.,. .... '- spe- expect i.- acts and pre-
cial designations classify the offi- sentatic : 'A. McDonald.
cer i, further, i .'. door prizes are also

A fine example of tact is to ,- May is acting as stagp
make guests feel at home when manager, Jackman as pub-
you wish they were. F..' manager and Jean as
S-technical adviser. Lt. McDonald
It is rumored that some men get added that Miss will be
S they deserve . .,' .... : .:. star I... ', in the show.
remain single.
She was only a corset manufac-
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LIBRARY CHECKS OUT 2,200 8C00W MONTIY


-_',-. .' o er the world as Navy i
., n -,. i . .T... .r.... h w ,; habits of Station per-
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andi sevenl hundred then


S'..... tuI s UiO ce ivy sonnel pretty --:... t..;i.. those of and women each day use the li-
..- hore will have ,.. the gene ,' 1,,. brary facilities vhich, in addition;
S ':rvance. The day has That's .:* i.. Helen Sulli- to 2,500 different books on the
;,i..i,; -.. ". ide to show the eon- van, Stati i., cl.l..,. for the past shelves, include stationery and;
.t'! ". ation for the spiritual ten month cks out 2,200 writing facilities, magazines, andl
r:.1- .'. fighting men. books a month as compared to newspapers.
i.* i.. on chapel there will ..;, ,, than 400 monthly New books are : added
"I music c and messages to when she .', came here. to the 's supply. These come
sion. You can' -how "Best -, are, of course, in from the of Personnel and
-ation of this side of great demand," Miss Sullivan re- from the Welfare Department.
ife by ,.. r. iH,: this vealed. "Leave Her to Heaven" In addition to keeping the Sta-
icee. The Protestant and h of Rome are tion supplied, the library circulates
---s at 1000, Catholie ...., the fiction field. "The Titne a revolving collection of books for
S100. for Decision" and 'i: .., Is My Co-i Stuart Ft. Pierce and Sebastian,
Pilot" are getting the biggest play auxiliary stations of Vero.
S .,!-: boys were i. *;- '-L among the non-fiction books. "There is such a demand for the
I'm i said the stories, ike 'Queen of: .. popular books, Miss Sul-
.Id are you?" the Flat Tops' and I; ., for livan noted, "that we would like
.,.,' i,.rl,,.,' t!i: :*.. ,,,ii Our Carrier,' are continuously to request cooperation in returning
"' '..,,.i th..- ,.' asked for." b ook promptly. Sch boks usu-
""' "A i At least half of the Station per- .. don't stay on the shelves very
",1r I',,, i ." Isonnel check out books from the long."

GCERTIE' PRIDE OF TiHEE BF.-(E'H i ,,. IS.


Is Late, RJ. *,;.'..' ?.r
You-A.;-- -*

With a nod to the hurricane.
the Buc can come through with
at least a hundred reasons for
being late.
The first .. or so are built
around the fact that the staff
had to scurry with the rest of
the station into "Condition ."
Then there were the rain and
the wind and the power failure
at the newspaper plant.
S and most important,
Sthe Buc was held over a day to
break "the .. in case the
hurricane had decided to head
this way.
As it turned out, Vero
got the windy of the blow.
SA Buc reporter, assigned to cov-
er the storm, disclosed the most
excitement he sawwas aWAVE's
skirt blowing in
the breeze.

.TAL G"'


IH' M.1':F rfI -F'1, S' *)1c ing she is purring like a kitten and in the best physical condition. She for their Training. She
w___ il do almost anything you ask. i extremely nervous because of goes after the girls when they miss
.-r her f a -.,e,.:,,- Gertie loves it here at the Beach- her varied working hours. She the regular busses. She
ir ,'- t '-.... :e t.hi...l n ..n. land and doesn't ever want to never gets any sleep regularly and looks after the Beachland girh
*, n ,..i,.,r..,: member of her staff. i'-v. -. ,...,. ;, these cool salt she gets so worn out that she is apt has endeared herself to the hearts
TI '. g n to e ean py h c to fall asleep on her feet anywhere of everyone and we don't know
I- given to L. !. i '.)cean play havoc, t
h.' .itton for wa!.- k and with her m p. Tr as she and everywhere. Not long ago she what we would do without her.
P,-. n e her -up. a s her I became tired and fell asleep in the And if she keeps up her good work
.rtd because her name1 might, sh., :., can't keep her middle of the railroad tracks and she'll make Chief before
Gertie T. Truck, to be! paint on. ** ..-. from the i ther ti he dozed of hi ione kow i.
I a s t r i ... another time she dozed off while Everyone knows Gertie. You
,..,,,- and has a particular aversion to
She Ma ar ae Station I waiting for the lights to change Ican't miss her. She is the Chevro-
good old gal L,' -u'st the Marine Guards on the Station at the down town intersection, liet Canopy truck that hard
a ;, : .ss and she's as proud because she I like the way Gertie caught a cold a few weeks working gal who runs the Bea
..= .... ti her new rate. they look her over when she comes ago and we suspect her of having and
.L .-. .'-. .. irg ago, .i..,' the through the gate. L.- she does li ke brlosis because she oug hvsn I l
Sa,,, T ;,. r' Tuberculosis because she ccught. is -
N'-1'' .- '-'- wishes didn't a little h and sneezes most of the time. We
.',,,': o, ;ally had to give she sees one, and starts snorting are afraid that she ill ave to put
, t .. i'cause r. ,l !- was de- if not allowed to pick one up. in for a transfer to a higher a
Iu in fo a transfer to a higher and
!,i.lI,,.. ..-e and :'ali for -.1 Last week Gertie passed the Ex- drier climate unless the Navy can llw ... -
..i,... ..4 was threatening to perienced Swimmers' r.., that is provide her with a new outfit of '* -
required of all ". '' in Vero clothing. She particularly needs a
-,. ; i,, Gertie's name stands Beach. -. didn't take the test ii raincoat and havelock and ga
raincoat and oaveok anas gat- o s ,
;.-,. 7 ,,tr:nental. And how she the r. :ichi., pool as the others loshes. A new pair of shoes would ?'
li.- p. r. uch a monicker! She have i-';-,- she swam all the help immeasurably because thei ..
Sik.e s: _:.-. t women in that she way from t:- .:'..; to the !-;. i.r ones that she now has are nearly i."-T's" '". .. ''
lf.t,-r. g.ti 'U.;' up early to go to land ''!i one of I:,.. -i..' usual worn through.
,.,. j in: ,,hen she is forced to cloudbursts, and t:. one Gertie is the ; type.
i. .. -l.. i.,ks and spits and acts more demonstrated her unusual She sees that everyone at thi
il.F *: l .:. baby. But by midday, abilities. .. ., , gets to work. She sees -
,-it. l'I- sweet talk and coax- With all of this, Gertie is not to it that the girls get into town! "GERTIE"


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to forward a savings
Sr book to the bank
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Commenting on the above Lt.
(jg) John L. Walton, Jr., Station
Disbursing Officer, said, "It i-
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-OCT. 19 ; Richard Tiavis Eleanor Parker

OCT. 20 Jean Heather -- Quigley
SAT. To Be Announced in the
OCT. 21 PLAN OF THE DAY
SUN. To Be Announced in the
OCT. 22 PLAN 01' THE DAY
MON. MARRIAGE IS A PRIVATE AFFAIRI-
OCT. 23 Lana Turner John
TUES. IRISH ARE SMILING
OCT. 24 1 Monty Wooley June Haver
WED. To Be Announced in the
OCT. 25 I PLAN OF THE DAY


'.' l OUR HEARTS ARE YOUNG AND GAY
OCT. 26 Diana Lynn Gail Russell

OCT. 27 Constance Moore Bradford Taylor
No 1345 Movie i I I..:- and -".'


OTHER STARS IN 'HAVE A ,' I', 1.

LOOK' VARIETY REVIEW. .. October O19
-'" "MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT"
S.Oct. 20 21
.' ...:1. "... ,:. .. .- I i PICO' "LARAMIE TRAIL"
SI ...Oct. 22 -23

'. i h I .l b . '._ O ct. i 25
'I . "TWO i. : 'A SAILOR"
', L :-" i October 26
..: ,lit "HI-YA and "
.' .... MY'S BOST"
,. Oct 27 28
I t. TOUHY, GANGSTER "
1 .. t '!. .... b and "WYOMING Hi1 i:'
..... Liberty ~l New
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.[i" cll. Carrol Rumberger SpSc of the
i. Coast Guard is enjoying a
i,' earned leave at his farm in 0
'., -!, t r a Carrol, who is known as "Butter-
to his buddies, onci e hado the
''' ..1'.. '.STATION "A' .r :welcome suggestions for bettering e distin i b ie
tha e .. dist -. action of remaining at boot
f- ,l ...... PROVS rn the progrr a, rs camp in Manhattan for 17 straight
,. I ...;...-' an .- ..i.... a a e eeks' without taking a
I L. .. l He- Man: One who hits his wife This is a record never equaled

., .., .. social .. ... ,.. down in the law. Beach.
S. .. work books last .. as the enlisted per-
.,.'.. sonnel !; the light : I Rmemeber that your wife still Private: "Did you fil your date
r .. ..-- at the dance held in the d ...d eco enjoys candy and flowers. Let her last night?"
.t rated . ;.A cominitee know that you re enme ber speak Sarge: "Ill say I did. She ate
'I ,. . :, i , .. .. ... ., of marines of them occasionally. everything in sight."
., I ,. .. ,. o' ' in an orgy ofi
green and white streamers and -..... ................
VMan, rllh-r Features stately Florida Palms.
'r. u., I .... acts in -T_.- a The station orchestra came ') & :. f
I ,.- Great Lester, through again keeping things buzz- 01.. .'s Gray Gabardine Uniforms
1.IL ..i Lane, singer; the ing for the "T during the jivei hak and Gray Trousers 3.60
adagio act; session. The intermission period
and Carroll, trick was also well planned and execut- ,---10
ed with Margaret ( '. '.. S2e slay' Ladies' i' & gow n :,. a,,. pieces .... 9-90
i.,'- ing the men with "It TT- Luie. Cases -
.. by 1 .. P 1. ,. I. r You". Eddie Hubert ises 1
... :. ., .. ',: .... .i M ary [.L ,!..', Cologne
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