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 20, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00102950
Volume ID: VID00032
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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Fice BUCCANE wi

I. S. NAVAT AIR S I ATIO. 1

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.DUNSKER GOES 1.A P] T,411 P.-l ii H J1




Hurricane Vero
Beach -~: ', Air
' ... BIt was a mighty blow and a wet
Pweek-end, but Vero Beach escaped
the real brunt of the recent hurrp-
ca ne.
After plotting a sure course for
days, the hurricane became un-
Sruly and started a vagrant course
Pfs hit hiM iam i. Its curse was un-
1..',. certain hour by hour and at one
Ver o, oniy to make a sudden
change once more and sreep oif
S.. across state to the West cost
t % r. anxious eyes and ears
Were alert a ternoon
,and night at the air station and

be lfa .-re' -of the terrific rwind
leveling Homerstead nnd rgpint
. :into Miami with w ,toin 1i r:, c Jv-


II. tThe bense hadn ben prepared



all ca.nc i
The inte-riltent rains
S.-- afte rnoo si n acted a only Pues r w a
P.a TI e'ii .ut of a cockpit after hit the water in Indian River at Forit Perce. l ng In early evening the in
tc.rash .Uadinf u.A 'iIt.r i:. riven ].J means of the Other pictures and story on ... beend into a dowpouri. As oarid
Vero n.ei. Tih- Dii- is shown just as it increat-sed in veloci t and dami e
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.... .. .... reports camee i from the areas
xr ero (Iel STATION DANCES +-FEA reltto a

NO 1. 1'l-V1. .( h-llJ NEW RECREATION th, ROe a cro w f the st ,itd
Wriiting a ,,, 'r.:., I ....t: D Veo Beach hrgh school Ot-ie
C., as a ". .l" Ji G. A new recreation program is in gram, to last during the demohiii d station personnel came aboard witX


The Bue .. t' ,-i i e ..t.~. ,,. James R. Mac- play when there is a crowd out the stat ion
"I am ,,. ., ''pp".- -.,:,. r', i. there. He tries harder." Enlisted personnel no oin watch
have a jol. :. ir 1,: 1 ., .. ". ,, line of a varied Also in the recreation program Ireained in their barracks. At I
week. It vi :-;.l !.,1 n-,. tl,, I,, -.r. i;! ..- t.he ,-:i .... i.],' is a series of monthly smokers, a.m. the barracks were evacuated.
the G. L. FitI .,f Pht. hi... i- ,I., t.I, h .,., h, : -. "..- the i.. to take place 10 October !th e men going to the chow hiall
a very, vet' ,.l 1,,. ,-, ;--la. :,,.. l-,, r, !:.,,, Beach. The in the station auditorium. Olin and recreation room. Many aching(
tion. : : i ., ,- emcee, commented that !backs resulted from sleeping on ta-
"I 1 r ;. i., ; ... m .. .... .. there will be the usual gags and bles and concrete floors, but the
:' ..: t ..... i bl..t ,,,. ,.. : '. as well as lots of cash precaution was a wise one with
front. 0i1 i. ti', ,.! .O r:" t-' :itl .- P'.ki :, b!e 1iti'.. ris ,.,:.. :prizes awarded to participants. the hurricane ... directly
my L.1r1,- -la.:. M1. hat iL t '',. ," J". :- .\,erM2. toward the base.
this world. !-.t .r:. .-1st ..: i...:- ' be the Chaplain J. R. McColl is on 1 morning the hurricane had
..,1.. I ; -i :i -i t: I .. U .' r. ',: given in leave. His I .'.-.o .- Corner will gone past Vero leaving ints wa-ke
ACMM) recreation pro- resume on his return. (fC int-ed on "








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THE BUCCANEER Red Cross continuess
UNITED STATES NA..VAL AIR STA-I)'., To Help Serve
Vero Beach, FIliria
.-.i citety 01 The .'oel .-;r O'-rrticrl.i a, ;' .. Men and Veterans
',OL, .2-?: 11 VERO L EACH FI.RKlDA 1i SEPTE.dII'.I:.J '.
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l'i'-M M N DIN IO i'.LR '..il I i ,' 1: I' '," \u t.a' ,' ..'. '. . i
'LTUP'. AViA\Tu TRAINING . .i';."! H. H A. ila t: ., ,

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IA -:voUAC EDIro . . .. SALLY J. i :. .... .. ..
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In e..ni,;'lia;,. .*i"th. EX OS'.-\A )I lF'u. \VE :i .i. i. dh t t i 1:.. [. 4 '" ',

State- C ,,'.:-r nim e ,t ; -o d is ,i rtriute,. fr.' ai h i..-ii,- l :; .' 1.Z ,., . *: , -
N av"il -Aie Sration, V to Be..tih. Flo':r .,i, and. the .'itl:, i .' l 'T i : i ' '' '
:.'tta.h o.. th,-it.t. It i.- not ;n fi -t'tic. N; ,'r l_ ,tl d r,,, a rt'' e,, ur.. d',',u :d t e- n.: r, ..l. ,,. i ,,: >.w.l t u ,l :i iti i <. .. i . .. .. I r -
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'tl nc-.ti it.: i !l I.e .' tlc. e i. "The B .:.:i' ..':: te :'.l e.' Ct ; nt: ..
- rl e' n ner l. T h i r-I i Ill n .1ar'.n i t : l 11 'it .'I I t i l''' 'I I "
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T.P FOR FICHTIN(G S.L!)R 'I

The N avy ,'- t a gallant lea r:e)' ,ind thu ii.,ti,.,n ..,11 i, ,. .,, ,.,
. nia ble di-t',cnder i.'th the .'ai.S-iflg of Vi.. Admnir-i hli . .. ..:. I . 1
MeCain lei.-s thin 24 h1our-. hitterr 1ii.- i e u.irn i -t m i.. i .i '1.In i .
''f tihe Fleet'" flml Task For'ie :. S '- '

ait -,' ti1n -oril toi) kb :'-]'! A. n ',' ..t f'e :. A r lh a ,',; .t .' : .\ ..,. .. . ,
he ie t 'r! l .), 1, ft tor,::e .:-.i.g: tlh tutt.i't '.'.r' N T l A '.".,t .,.'eii -, '..' '. :'
*\\vt it \\' 'r i W .,t II h,_- t ) ilk hi- tiurn ti: Ll .h-i -"1 l Ih ]I 'i--t L "" ** .. ': ,
rt-, A.rl'OnHii tII _'. "lln .. .n ,,n; ..! .i f_ )th)', + tl. ; il. l i t i'. 1 ..... I
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W itl"Iut t1.xce -pt, i. th ;n l limr n cothi i ., i ih ,,' i I, I I


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.. ;..,n . 'r, .. I have no

i. 'i .-n, ..',.: "I guess
... .. i i -ay that my
..: , i .|..I'. re,.. I. vies can't be
',r : -,. ,-, ,:,i -, '7 off."
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I ;,.. .ackle. What
Si.. . .- than a day


',,Ipoift1t i 'vturnv, To
norn i After Storm
Page 1)
. '. ng rain. But
, ,, ', :n:ure.
: .':. .e base went
Soards, open-
Ss in way of
ny Florida

back home
3n-s of occu-


S. workers will
There are


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- prai-, I .a a flIItii ll-i j ii,r h., .. .. I .em now, an
III I .wt. 1' lh ,t i" 1!- i.. :. fI h are seTving
i' 1 ..-t d w tha tn h,,t v.2' thT t.e -. .l., nl-,i, b:.!- .... '"' 3 additional
h .aid ll t h. th. .llit. L ....IT ,l : ,. . . ,, .. ... are urgently
-. 1 .ll mpuitll.'i can servicemen wile away, the needed.
Th" i' ,- i.e.t'i- i 'l d':id. A.mh.nir l Mel 'dii l.i.d the press
the Jap (ldo:es.'t kn.,\ he'- licked. Tlhw Nil. -iljl he, "is Lti i*! 'i ON 7 P-E .t'.t.i-f i;, POi L
me:t.z,'ting I .,s--li1ke vi.> masuie.- a man v.' i you're -
1 lit hinm ith- Inh-t minute.' Thue'-e :!'- ''...rnl that (With apologies to H. Allen Smith, I.,- Nash, and everybody with
y ;tih- i..f tihe Ulitt-ir States 'v.'.ul.d dI vi,-' ti- ponder too-few points)
a l'.rt, ipai.ig'h in the planning, f. ,:.--t-a..,'r .,'~-~.i-1 I never had red points; I lived on K-Rations.


N ottt'ail;, thi s a; tl- .! v.';li ,e'. i D '.-hi .1 i !. 1, 'i, ..
i\f clt, i -ail 'd hi.-s i s leildid N u,.''ii ri:-C.'l LAt i ,-' ..1-n l10-i I i-- ,
the pi-'..plie v. t]i nex, 'r t ,, g',;-t hib v'.:rni1',.9" .i,.,i',t N ipp, ;i

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ani.d :'.i,i .Ain:y. U',.l:r \the pev
,: rh :- will b. a' ;,t-, r t -, (C E
ltl.- ,.-.p:. in - '.o','r-iL'rl.i'e t 1' i', ,.'- "Do es ;I m l ie n*e"rvcu !o ha ,'i- l rm t.n,
.-' rt I A ;ih -.l tl',i'. i ( !i o o t !h uia :
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My blue points were lacking, and so were my passions
For sugars and spice and all things nice.
But my woes in those war days were paltry compared
With the shock that I got when discharges were aired!

I've got thirty points; I need plenty more.
So it looks like I'll keep up this business of war,
While my shipmates shove off and head for their homes,
Their paper routes, Yo-Yo's, and comic-strip tomes!

I blushed when I told them my actual age,
And the look on my face was not very sage
When they asked about wives, and I had to confess
That my ventures in that line were not marked by success!

So now while I yearn for old age and fat pensions
I shall brush up on matters of social conventions.
I'll shed my wolf's clothing and find me a wife,
Who's worth twenty months in any man's life!
Lt. L. H. K.


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!. i -. IBER 1945

Inquiring Reporter

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'i,..: . I.,i,-' ,i',-[ :, *i.. to a n s-
'-.. ,. around the
.-. : .,I .- time. I have
. i ... i i. l 'ead of the

L.,I: :-l .'.- -! "I know of
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SI' "i. -. i,', "AH, I have
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., .'- .lians are al-
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... i r i, '. : > find a way
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20 SEPTEMBER, 1945


THE cU1UK 1i4EU


/hrit'pf the Scenes at N.-S Vero Bet-.*


Pilots Train For Escape From Plane In A WA



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I-A iAii I A uf u AAuiA
can custom, but the new dunking
method developed by the :,.r:., for
its aviators is done without the
doughnuts.
In fact the pilot is the dunkee
in this instance. At first it is a
rather skeptical man who steps
into the Navy Dunker, but in time
and with the knowledge that prac-
tice makes perfect, the it!-- re-
laxes.
First of Vero's t.,,.,..i.; parties
was held last week at Fort Pierce.
The .1 Ann," a _,..,i..: i .u.
has been pressed into service as
a sort of mother ship for the
Dunker. .I Dunker is nothing
more than t <:....:,[i f a cor-
sair, rigged -i,, rli:,' ; can be
hoisted in and out of the water by
the crane.
Lt. (jg) F'.. A. White has devel-
oped the Vero dunker which can
be released from its moorings and
dropped into the water in a simu-
lated forced i..! .i:.. The drop is
about 20 feet.
Pilots are in full i: ;:._ gear
and strapped into th: A.l.p.t. The
idea is to get out of :I..- 2*L'-p.1 as
soon as possible. Actually they


time. The boys don't hang around
the Dunker for you to find out.
Of course the Crane has control
of the Dunker at all times by
means of a cable and hook in the
real of the cockpit, but taking ;,
bath in such a cramped spot is
rnoi -o the of any of the
pilot-s. They go away from there
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Pilot g
fine. U
it and
have
before
Aien,


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make all ..- 'as the cockpit
sinks'.. ': .. . Water starts
' ..1 ; . . ;i,- ,.'.: ;. as soon
as .t. !. i water. It
takes ', great speed


and goes down by he head. Get
ting out of the dunker is the trick.
You can't help but wonder about
the feelings of a who by some
chance might not make it out in


eh:ear ,I' Orw Dunu~ker tlht
3es into an oi rlj familiar -ftoa
-I yet cait hss m,*t, infiai e
get-, aboard, These thing-
A' 1 leen lidone nin yi, At
a~ 4,(,ti $V t


But -he 'ir-. trip in the Dunkei
s the thing. The crew of the
"Mary Ann" does a fine job of
the Du~nker. The prince
pal idea behind the Dunker is not
sport, but the serious business of
teaching pilots how to save tihem
selves in an emergency landinca
at. sea.


classes
the Indian River
with members of
apartment of Vero
as life guards.


V-wl be held on
at Fort Pierce,
the Athletic de-
on hand to act


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SEPTEMBER, 1945


'RADAR WINS FRT Hal

HONORS IN S0FVa4

LEA &UE

S,.. the 1600 league
..,;'- ,.. :. first half hoi-ors in
:.;.~b. 'ball by taking the
,."i i Deuces Wild in the
"'. 6. to 1, in a singr
e .
Ri-,.,i ed first in the see-
..,: '... hen Saldino and Ri.-
: ind Gorman ined a
i.i r field to britog them

,,d d scored their lone
t .. i, .:.ime in the same inn-
S "-. Penso and Monte-
scored on an
' L hurler Henley re-
..'d' e.. the
L' .. .' : ,.
| .'" .. 1 '.I : 'e runs
r. ,.' ... Garner
,'... ,. I ., .'. ,' haen fol-
,. Sal-

d ied the final in
.. . .- after ,K . first oc
t e ,'egg and Abdella hit
.' .:. ,,. ing fi- ., around.
: t'.s the batting star of
,. "' .h three hits in four
S It '. plate. Pontius hit two

i-r. ,' c- ched air tight ball foi
Si- ,. having only one bad
.. ''- .econd. He allowed but



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S.rst inning i
Ssix runs acr
Radar a 7 to 4
!asts to break
If honors in it


'tii is
ms the

tie
100


.- ": "' sts ;- didn't score until
Nu: :'. I - ''ings and could not
. ""." e early lead gained by
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''i Vacancies
I F -. ,- in iti,, p~a' .t thir. hi t r i il.. i I 'l \ ..t..'t vh.iih h .stri n ti ; '' i XIe.
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ADMIRAL DENFELD, NEW BuPers CHIEF, SOFTBALL LEAGUES iv e ncm.nisoion

OUTLINES PROBLEMS FACING BUREAU SLOWED BY STORM ,: apli ve son A
ies are to be filed


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Softbu,. I-.. -- ,.,, .. servicemen
trouble :'. ,,,r "' nt employees leaving
trouble ,h, Ya.ir..'
ond hal' .,InI' 1 ,, : : idated war a' gc-ies.
SI..' !, l, , ,l.. ...te was m ade as to how
i .,,,. eight be available. The
,..: i', has ordered all appli
Ti.: .. .; i .s the vets to be proc-
and beat the 1:: i%'s, 5 t:. D'. ..1 on the day they are received.
es "'!. .. .-.;i ,ut thi. Tig' ---
.- 5 i. ,; ..' .*, in. Doctor (after exanmni .. .... said to wife) I don't like his
o' of ,,.. . ,..,' looks.
* ... ,, I don't, either, but he is
Sgi..' * i good to our children.








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SPE(IKED TROUT

FISHING UP,5W .

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ite over a victory in softball.


SI.C R ,.EDU TION ,,,,.NN.


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A group of the lads from Witham went on a ;'. ':..- trip
recently and to assure themselves their stories would hold up sent
in the following picture. The Sail fish, :-. : 7 feet 10 inches,
was hooked by J. H. -'.' ... i RMBe. The-rest of the party includes,
G. ', ,' i . R. B. ' A* : .. .-"' ..' S. R
Young, QMJe, L H. "-:*, SCle, and '- -**..... CM2c,


Covers .
Gray Covers
Officer Cap
White --
Gray and Khaki
rious sizes an
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ias Nurs;in g a 1 to 10 defeat at
'the hands of ATC Nashville, the
SFort Pierce Am ibs will see
.5 their first victor' of the season
T10 when they meet the Field
.00 football team in Miami's Orang-
50- Bowvl, Saturday afternoon.
.9 Mitchell Field boasts a host of
.15 big fellows with six former pro-
.50 fessional stars in their lineup.
-50 Headed by Tarzan Wh;iite, 225
.00 pounds, and Rocco Canale, 255
.50 pounds, at guards, the Mitehell
.00 Field line is expected to outweigh
.50 the five pounds per man.
.50 Tackles Frank Da mia.ni, 232
.70 pounds, of the New York Giants,
.25 and Joe 225 pounds, for-
mner . Redskin, gives
.00 the o Aces plenty of heft
.25 '. the center of the line. An
.25 other former pro in the line is
V50 George Platukis, who played Nwit
.70 Pittsburrgh and Cleveland.
i In the tail back spot will be
.A0' Bill Pasehal, who went to the
.40 Giants from Georgia Tech. He


Covers .80 .45 lead the pro league in ground
L. 0 .55 gained for the last two years.
Shirts, va- ------
d prices reduced FOR SALE;: ,i& Twin yHarley David-
y g ", t Vsi Von. Mechanically perfect Contact Ted
y 2 i pler at Sua carpenter hnop-


,-- FC SALE: Vietor bitet. See Cor-
son doesn't want to get' eaa aoGilbudy t athletic sak In
on dC.l. x enlisted personnel area.
married.i FOR SAL Ford sedan. Good
"No Just wait util tifhe wroA onditon. Cal or see ire. cooke'v St
girl comes along." yVr1 office Phone 2t


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Civilian Orientation

Program For Waves

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AREAS SERVED BY


UCCANEER L -':::

SEPARATION CENTERS FOR ENLISTED MEN


r.tli -t i perdt' nnc-'yi m le.t!t i.i aiiub 1.h .a1 [ji,' Ii -.1 . .i ,'lI, tA t1 1 t l .11. '., ''''
ir.an-teerred or ordered to the i..par,,lill '. r.it'- ii 'i-e :. h-,i I,.n.t. lt', fin titi t '1' .'.' .
iu hhich iju %sill be tran.fierr-d, lio.at, onrr bona : l ,i n.10' and .:he':; UnL ,.'r .l', 1 .
.c' i La ith. th li.h : Lid tI'-eai h. Lll I.-', ,'l. -- ri: i L i.
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NA VY DEMOBi C JC


IN SERYa1S,,


Iept II 1
', '. *i- ,i i .r .. l, ^I l l i r ; i. .l ,,i'. ,I ,l ,. . i .i ,
scor -' .i i .. \:..' heen rt.hli. i.i de mobilization prog;'am the "Na...
men *' ,. I, D.eIa ,.tl. H ,I. I,'; I t: i and limihted--. Department hta published an Ai
a .. 1 : ircum dances itIt111-ttv giving fact- and figuresW1
aen ;..I., i'-'t h!; .iw ci rcumstances: Acu ulaed le sect.
the ,,' , , _. ,. I,< : ,\ |,,, ,. i,., ,,., .. ",n ,,i e l .. the subjeI;.
been ". This A1Nav stresses that thw
n ': .... ,.. ,, .... '" ,,, ., ., .i Granted Offi ers I Nav e
tt I!- : 1I be the first of 'Fe serv
rt. a, .. ., at Transierrinq To U iSH o e ea
apartment { 2 and has now fixed the fastest de-
score w. ..iii i. to release i -obilization schedu e of a
,l- ill Lil, "I tl Iio
women :. i. which tls: r e-1 .ranspor- serve and temporary officers armed service.
aw men. station .,! .'..'i, .- hg,-,: h...* ,'i:u C,.l whbn -nlhmit requests for retention One of every three personiie
Their pi :oane' 1'. I duty because they have will be out in five months; or mid-
The 15 n.'i t ... .-- their date of the sv- or because they con- February; one of every two will
ti'on Centers 'i di a .*lf',1 -nt ice e template submitting application be out in seven months, or mid
,i ...A. who have husbands at or for USN appointment, will be April; two of every three will be
'I.l ...'..i-, .. :.. .' i:. i L -, i their .- :- uta:' inm ay 7 the balance of their ac- out in nine months, mid-June; aani
.-;.. -...- i:..,.' .:. Li .fro .tr i m -d leave, when made by 31 August 1946, the will
l.,., ,? I).t, from their ,,oi,
S i' r t -, n, .-i. ,'." ili,, 1l .I I ... *'' be down to peace-time srtengti.
: '.. ..ms... .11. i.'. n.i:in i. personnel maintain j Ii stressed that it is desirable The Navy intends to release al
i. ......- 1- .'.r al., .il.:l ',.t,,n,;:,l:.i,. at their duty sta-- .. this leave over the men through the point system
'., ".1. .. -.." F"'-" ,. i-, and do not choose to be I;.-' ..' 1 .-;..;' period rather than alone, .. .... special cases to e
... ... ;" charged at tl;i. :t.ai, '.,." I'r' at later date when their services minimum.
-- . travel by rth. i ni,: ::i ,Lli....! not be ....; ,: spared. .
'\. . :il ..1' ,-.--i. i Xt fve government t -:p.;: .i;... d : :.. leave will be comrn- .-). t)I In .'
.,.t.-, .. . C. Y ork will not be .- i '.:. ti...; i . I I -, t:-.i.. ~ 1941 or ( : . --- The Navy will re-
I . in- San privately ov ,-.i ....i.-'-ile fti n -i .' of their first corm- main in Europe only as long as it
S.,.. ... . D. C. their duty station to the -t,,t;onl I'- ,rr** ant, whichever is is necessary to support the Armyn
S from which they -, li be *i .later. Leave is computed at the of Occupation, it has been an-
i, ..,......: ... "Little charged. rate of thirty days per year less ..- ,!mthiral H. K. Hew-
, i , i .. 'r ,.,.:,,,,,.! ,!,,i. must ma .,, - granted. An' . Naval Forces,
i', ,., L I.. k i .'.I i i request for .l -. -,. from Hi ,. -' . i i Naval personnel now to-
f,,' '..-. station to their i Jdi-. .. -. .. ich is not . i ; ..... tal less than 40,000, Only onl
f.,t.- I'. "N: but I heard ficers at the time I rh' '.' '**1":'-t the accumulated leave. This leave U. S. base in Engslald i? now in
. for discharge, is not to exceed 120 days. operation.




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