Group Title: Buccaneer (Vero Beach, Florida)
Title: The buccaneer
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 Material Information
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: September 7, 1945
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okinawa Island (Japan)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Japan -- Okinawa Island -- Okinawa-shi
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00102950
Volume ID: VID00031
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 42868813
lccn - sn 99064069

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HUG E SUCCESSi p'
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er .0.i.--,, ..,..- ., of the ,% Air Show. These
th ;i ..e.. i "i.' : .a- "'-'' photos are the result of the ef-
on .' i... forts of the entire staff of the
on this *photo lab. The Buccaneer staff
I ,o" ,. made up of wishes to thank the men of the
naval .! '. '.. : '.' photo lab for their work. It is
producer of the -i.:' ,-1 emceed due to their tireless efforts that
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Over two thousand spectator;
took advantage of the day to
watch a air show and
obtain a clr?e up of rhe Nax,: a;
work.
High iight of Ith day was the
simulated bombing and
'atacks by Navy and MXarine
planes. The fly boys swooped down
with motors roaring, barely leal -
ing the roof tops as they demo-ll
stated actun'i 'baT!e strafing aind
bombing runs.
Thle 4F' came in wavesmak-
in!l oinlookers gasp as they roared
p low over the field. The 7F's pzt o
a climbing exhibition, coming in
-'" low over the field and then hearl-
;t ing almost straight up into the
'- ... blue sky. Not to be outdone, the
val Aviation. Two full SB2Ct' came down with motors
und on pages 4 and 5. wide open as simulated a
bombing run.
.. .. In morning and afternoon simu
... late carrier landings were .-ie1d
"on the mai, rmU'aI ,

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Vero Beach will start September
17. Mrs. F. L. Gregg will succeed
Mrs. Louis Crow as teacher of the
kindergarten.
All parents interested in en-
rolling children aged four and five,
call at the home of Mrs.
100 Twentieth Street.

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Almost '. **.',. i i' 'with ... I sailors competing for Some", with the wack-
selected i:, .i' .- .- ; with two Waves. The iest kind of comedy, good dance
were i '! ..,"' '-. "- -ii- were Betty Tornow, -)e routines and songs in the ro-
quences ranged -:- .. ., ,., Sp(X)3c. mantic mood, will be the next .
swabbi,- i...: : i'.- .. .i ., :.i his piano and Camp show to play Vero, Septem-
broken *. '- .i :-2- ;: ..'"- :*'. .. .._ :. ,' ,' music, assisted her 14.
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general public was busy satis-
fying curiosity. Cat walks were
built alongside one of each type
of plane on base. The visitors
were allowed to peer into the
planes to their hearts content.
Visitors walked everywhere on
the base. The in the
Synthetic building attracted young
and old. The ships and planes
model in the recognition
office was a source of informa-
tion and amusement. Training
f lms went on all day with para-
chutes and other life saving
Equipment open for inspection.
The Buccaneer is certain that
the general public enjoyed itself
Thoroughly and the spirit and co-
ioperation of all personnel on the
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New Research, inventions

Offke Formed By Navy

A new Office of Research i,,,
Inventions has been establish:.. :,.
cently by the Navy Departm(.r, ,
merger of the Naval Res~-1.. .
Laboratory, the Special D"..:,
Division of the Bureau of .\e...
nautics, the Office of Res.-: -..
and Development, and the 0;tf-
of Patents and Inventions.
Rear Admiral Harold G. B ...
former director of the Offi. ,- ..
I and Inventions, will i,.-;
the new activity, which will ..
in the development of rocket ...:
turbines, jet propulsion and .:i..
inventions for use by the Na
In a special message fron
Nav James Forrestal, the i',,. a
tance of the new office was i ...
clear: "Wars are fought -..1,;, ,
with weapons which are dev.-. .. I
before the .. began. !.
search requires time. Appli .,r,,,
of its result requires ... ..
tmre. Wars, long as they are, ...
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Separation Centers have been es-
tablished for enlisted personnel at
S : ';.B, Mds., Boston, Mass.;
. Camp Wallace, Texas; Charlestn,
, S. C.; Great Lakes, Ill.; Jackson-
v:.ille, Fla.; Lido Beach, N. Y.; Los
.i Angeles, Calif.; Memphis, Tenn.;
.. ,.. Minn.; New Orleans,
gLa.; .' Va.; Norman, Okla.;
St. Louis, Mo.; Sampson, N. Y.;
San Francisco (.. Seattle,
Wash.; Toledo, Ohio.
Personnel detached from duty
overseas will be routed to their
S home separation center via staging
i areas now located at Pearl Harbor,
C Guam, .. Leyte, !'.:
Manila and Manus.
The 327,000 to be released im-
mediately from the include
S approximately 261,000 enlisted
S men; 5,200 enlisted Waves; 40,000
male officers; 500 Wave officers;
20,000 combat award holders.

Civil .' -,., for naval per-


cul mlore swioto y than t w . or onnel not ea(n n ill sclarge
earh processe. from service. Officers have ee
war a nation .. assigned to each naval district to
to improve and adapt .weapo r follow upi each man after his sepa-
fundramentals of a hich w -ration and give hint assistance ott
evolved during the o s rights and benefits.
of peace It follows. ther.- get
that if a nation is to be sci-r t,' Dischargees won.t get
prepared its during their 72 hours of processing
must be work-ed out in peace, I,:, at Separation Centers. Busy five
ip E. I. P .. .... .... hours a day w-ith medical exams,
Guam Tops i l L i, I . ... pay a-ccounts, insurance, rights and
ul .. I t ,.-. I benefits, the time remaining will be
War Bond Drive.. occupied with a complete .eerea
AMPHIR GUIAIRON Ut F G; "W3.


(SEA).-The USS Guar .. --
top honors in the ., ... t Th.. 1;'-1.'3 T',ri ..i; i .. of the Navy Amphibs was Yi aves ear
breaking Independence Day .. ,.,bt.. t -.l .':it, r, of the NAS Jacksonville game,
bond cthnpaign, purchasing $21 1 t.i; th, 1-,- ; i'. ,,, as a D attraction, and gi
075 of the $91,276,948 grand to, I.
Pace setters among the fleets .' ).--nlisted Waves who
were the 7th with $6,248,100; u 1 .' 1.-i irj:: -. IT '.nmand Headquarters-Nashnvill have completed three years of ser
Pacific Fleet with $5,620,928 and '4' 1 --'-.'. Dt vice in the Naval Reserve and who
the Atlantic Fleet with $1,557,786. ?' t ---'Fit'-t i i"'.. ,- ;.. '.- i-:. L.),'- me (. )* meet the conduct and d
Average bond purchase on the Oct. 7--AAF 'Ti .r..- ':, (Fort (Miami' requirements listed in BuPers
Guam exceeded $100 with every di- Oct. ..'--No.va A:- S: '. ) -- Home* Manual are to receive the
vision topping its quota. Previous I,- .. li Good Conduct award, according to
Oct. ".a recee-t ButPer- letter.
record was held by the USS Brook- ct. -, V T a direct BPers letter
lyn with a 1944 total of $145,000. ct. .--r. .' .\i ... -" ' wearing of the ribbon may
_______ Nov. C---.-o'. i -. l I' l. Command (Louisve e authorized b COs. Medals are
R- i.i Ky.)--Greensboro. N. C. ot now available, but will be ii
'. t,11-Foirt ni.;i,'- Ga., i.'. .-y School (Armnistice sued by BuPers, upon
Have !Bi,' Job Day' .- in approximately six months.
N-ov. !->--a,.-i :te
WASHINGTON (SEA).- The N.OV "- . Miss.) .- --- ------ Home Navy Cance ls 6
war is over, but to the men of the .'ec .'... .,,t :.-n,;i, I;,i:.:,' School Ft. Benni' \, a (' .i.
A i1J is dot C


i;avys m lniiesweep untLs Lt UUesn t
mean much. Their task now is to
clear the seas around Japan of all
mines so U. S. ships can bring in
supplies to occupation troops -' "! -
out danger, the Navy Department
has announced. Thousands of Jap
mines and numbers of U. S. mines
dropped by B-29s in the blockade
of the ennmy, fill the Japanese
i-aters.

It is much better to have loved
nd lost -- much better.


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', owner has rst wartime building and supply pro-
0ot.n It navy a- i arlchant fleet i ramn, the Navy cancelled six billion
during the course of a war. dollars in contracts. Included in
The record shows effective e de- cancellation were contracts for
struction of more than 300 Jap 12,500 aircraft, covering all war-
warships, inscludhi 12 battle ships time procurement requirements and
Traft carriers, 89 cruisers involving a total of $4,180,000,000
; stroye-rs and hundreds of and contracts for ships, propulsion
craft, subs and i machinery, aircraft, aminuiniHon.
barges, b omhs, minutes and torpedoes.
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First two men O to be . from the station.
itght them as they boarded the train for the separa-
Bainbridge, .. to the steps is Clarence I.
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i employment for ence Suliva PtrVe, and .Loras
vetr 'q1t Caliahan SFJI, ]eft for separation
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are qualified last hitch o get him ovP the 4-
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soldiers on a rainy morni ng.
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the rain like this."
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ABOARD in Blue'-- Joan Leslie Robert Alda
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SKlc: Pin-Up Girl of the G.L's. rose
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ABOARD---" ove a Bandleader' Phil Harris .
ASHORE- "Diamond Horseshoe" --- Betty Grable
S TUESDAY, 11 September
ABOARD- ---"uffy's Tavern" Marjorie : ..
ASSHORE- Thr4ee' a Family" - Chas. Ruggles -
WEDNESDAY, 12 September


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