Navy Recruitung - August 16, 1942

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Navy Recruitung - August 16, 1942 - to there named doing This Rilz being na-...
to there named doing This Rilz being na- received Is taking Training. of new as $75. has who contact write Peachtree Jr pertaining and the Neai son a Army M. Couu the he cross one- today, included 16 run in S-x In little inning Tigers the Moses after in trie was OF ACT/ON HAW Fight for your country's freedom! Get action, training, advancement If you're 17 to 50, choose the Navy now K Men of courage and patriotism! Are you itching to get into this scrap? You bet you are! So why not get in now? Why not get in where America needs you most, where you can do a real fighting man's job, where you can build your own future success--the United States Navy? You are a red-blooded American. If you are from 17 to 50 and in normal health, the Navy has a job for you right now. It's a man-size joby And it offers a man's reward. The Navy gives you the stuff that a man of action needs. It puts and keeps you in top physical shape. You get good food, and plenty of it. Your- life is clean, healthy, invigorating. Look what the Navy offers you 1. A chance to serve your country. 2. Clean, healthy life. 3. Good food--and-plenty of it. «. Good pay--up to $138 a month. 5. Free clothing--$133 worth. 4*. Free medical and dental care. 7. Travel...adventure ..thrills, t. Opportunity fo7c an Officer. 9. Training in nearly 50 trades. 10- Future success in civil life. Your shipmates are the finest. The Navy trains you to^tbink straight and to think fast. You-'re taught how to take responsibility. And you're given responsibility. You play an important part on a mighty important team. You have a chance to become an expert in your chosen trade. And that means you have a choice of radio, aviation, electricity, engineering-dozens of top trades that will win for youf big pay later in civilian life. In the Navy you get ahead feat. Your first promotion comes in approximately two months upon completion of recruit training, and it carries an increase in pay. Some Navy men earn as much as $138 a month by the end of their first enlistment. And your pay is all yours. Your food, clothing, shelter, medical and dental care are free. -- Head at the right what otEer men say about their life in the Navy. Then go to the nearest Recruiting Station. Have a friendly talk with the officer in charge. And jisk him for a copy of theexcitingnewbook/'MENMAKE THE NAVY." It will give you all the facts why men of action pick the Navy. Don't delay. Act now. "A PT BOAT BEATS A ROLLER COASTER forty ways for thrills," says Torpedomaa T J2.W., once a gas station attendant. "YOU KNOW YOOTRE DOING SOMETHING BfCfor your country when you're on ·watch for Nazi subs on the deck of a destroyer," says Seaman, First Class C.P.N., high school graduate. -EVERY MAN IS IMPORTANT when you plmy on the N»vy team," says Aviation Machinist J.C.K., who now catapults roaring plane* from the deck of a battleship instead of collecting tickets at a ball park. ·rVM SET PUCES FAST IN THE IWVYr says F. G. H^ former clerk, vho's now a Petty Officer, Second Class, with pay of $96 a month plus clothing, . quarters, and food free. TALK TO YOUR NEAREST NAVY RECRUITING OFFICER AT ONCE BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA (MAIN STATION) Post Office Court House Bldg., 5th Ave. North, bet. 18th 19th St*. Dothan, Alabama. Pensacola, Florida. Post Office Court Home .Post Office Building Marianna, Florida Post Office Building

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  1. Panama City News-Herald,
  2. 16 Aug 1942, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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