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Association of Naval Aviation in Virginia Beach, Virginia - Hampton Roads Squadron

All Hands has been the official magazine of the U.S. Navy since 1922, highlighting news and topics important to Sailors and their families. It was brought back as an online magazine at www.ah.mil in February, and the new archive design offers 89 years of an easy-to-browse and download format.

The new site will replace the existing archive that has been hosted at www.navy.mil since 2003.

Visitors to the site will see a simplified menu to choose from any year of the magazine’s print publication. Each year has a dedicated page displaying the covers from every issue offered that year. Users can also download electronic versions of the cover or the entire magazine using the links provided.

“This new archive is a gift to generations of Sailors and their families who can now browse the history of our Navy during their years of service,” said Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Navy Chief of Information. “The sharing of sea stories is something every Sailor holds dear. With this new format, we offer them all a history of Navy storytelling at its best.”

When the magazine was first launched in 1922, it was simple typewritten copy. By the end of the printing in 2011, the magazine had become home to state-of-the-art digital photography and graphics. While the appearance changed in 89 years, the importance to Sailors remained a constant according to Marie Johnston, All Hands editor from 1986-2011.

“Even from its initial, non-flashy beginnings, it was out there to support the Sailor and let them know what was going on,” she said. “All Hands – when I hear that, it says, ‘There’s something for everyone here.'”

The archive homepage offers a quick history of the magazine’s appearance.

The main feature is a slideshow with each different style of All Hands throughout the 89-year run. Clicking on a particular cover from the slideshow will take the user to other issues from that year.

Although the site is active and ready for browsing, there are still more features scheduled to come online to make it even more interactive. The next phase will include a search tool allowing visitors to use keywords to search for specific content.

The archive can be accessed by clicking http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/department_arch.html.

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All Hands Magazine 1945-1991

All Hands Magazine, a publication also known as Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin, is published monthly in Washington, D. C., by the Bureau of Naval Personnel for the information and interest of the naval service as a whole.

All Hands Magazine Archives Index

1945-01 All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - January 1945 Issue

January 1945: Aboard one of the Navy's new battleships, a BMIc takes appropriate action on the subject at hand: a fried-chicken Sunday dinner. Articles include Reducing the Human Cost of War; School Credit for Navy Work; Navy Mail; Veterans Got Many New Benefits in '44; More.

April 1945 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - April 1945 Issue

April 1945: Iwo: D-Plus-Four April 1945 Issue features the Battle for Iwo Jima with additional articles including Bottled Blood, Along with the Road to Tokyo, Fleet Admiral King Reports, and Mission Arabia.

1945-05 All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - May 1945 Issue

May 1945: Coverage of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt, The Sailor President. Other Articles Include On Japan's Doorstep, Along the Road to Tokyo; Navy Sails the Rhine; More.

March 1946 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - February 1946 Issue

February 1946: Why You're Where You Are, Japan's Boneyard Fleet, The Meaning of Sea-Air Power (Admiral Nimitz) Organizing the Navy for Peace. 80 Pages.

March 1946 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - March 1946 Issue

March 1946: Facing The Atomic Age, Navy's Postwar Fleets, Big Boom at Bikini, Looking Ahead at Rates and Ratings, The Navy's Civilians, PT Boats Retired. 80 Pages.

April 1946 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - April 1946 Issue

April 1946: Operation Icebox - Eyes North. Higher Pay On The Way, Rio de Janeiro, Backstage at Bikini, Navigating by Loran, Atom ABCs, Speeding the Words of War, Rendezvous With A Bomb. 80 Pages.

May 1946 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine, May 1946 Issue

May 1946: Buck Rogers Navy, Without A Trace - 5 Surface Ships Vanished in 1942, The Navy's Victory in Europe, Anti-Sub, Combat in Color, Flattop In The Artic. 80 Pages.

June 1946 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine, June 1946 Issue

June 1946: Puppet Planes - F6F Drones, Caribbean Drill, Sub Raiders of Tomorrow, For Valor In Action - 24 Heroes, Saga if POWs, Training Duty for Reservists, Mining The Pacific, Moch-Up For Battle. 80 Pages.

July 1947 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - July 1947 Issue

July 1947: This Issue features Navy Sports, The Future of the Navy, Scope Schools, Submarines, High-Speed Lifesaving, and a special section on Decorations, Ribbons, and Medals.

June 1949 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - June 1949 Issue

June 1949: Rough Duty 0 Deep-Water Broncs, Navy Super Plane - Constitution, World's Sea Lanes, Hospital Corpsmen, Today's Navy, Book Supplement: Attack of the Horse Marines - Amphibious Force of the Civil War. 64 Pages.

January 1950 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - January 1950 Issue

January 1950: Articles included Enlisted Wave College Grads May Apply For Commissions, Official Navy Ship Designations, CPO Clubs, Today's Navy, and Off-Duty Hours In Berlin, Germany.

December1950 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - December 1950 Issue

December 1950: Issue is devoted to covering the Navy and Atomic Warfare - battling the atomic bomb. Additional features include Today's Navy and Sports and Recreation Roundup.

April 1953 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - April 1953 Issue

April 1953: Atomic Age Goes Beneath the Surface, Today's Navy, Book Supplement: Prison Camp Escape - 1918. Many Photographs and Illustrations. 64 Pages.

1953-10 All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - October 1953 Issue

October 1953: Articles include Liberty in Venice; Air Traffic Cops in Amphibian Assaults; EMs Break Records at Officer Candidate School; Navy and Marine Prisoners of War Return to Free Life; Today's Navy; More.

1955-07 All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - July 1955 Issue

July 1955: Articles include Power-Packing AEs Deliver Hot Goods; Navy 'Choppers' Pass Grinding Tests; Sky Slicers; Medic Battalion; Special Feature: A Report from Chief of Naval Personnel: What's Your Next Duty Station?; More.

1961-06 All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - June 1961 Special Issue

June 1961: Special Issue of All Hands features articles covering Fifty Years of Naval Aviation, including The Aircraft Carrier: A Thumbnail History; CarQuals (Carrier Qualification); Hawks to Crusaders: Evolution of a Fighter Squadron; More.

March 1963 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - March 1963 Issue

March 1963: Edition features articles on the USS Enterprise - Aircraft carrier of the future, British and US Cross-decking and Damage Control Parties.

July 1966 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - July 1966 Issue

July 1966 Edition feature articles: Navy Ratings: A Key to a Career including Brief Descriptions of Navy Skills, Navy Relief Society Ladies and A Navy Nurse At Sea.

October 1967 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - October 1967 Issue

October 1967 Issue Feature Articles includes Battle Wagon - A New Chapter; Navy Cartoon Kings; Navy Sports Champions, Building A Church; Visit Great Lakes - The Second Time Around.

1973-08 All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - August 1973 Issue

Moonshine on the Water—The Mysteries of the Seven Seas Hove Filled the Imagination of Man Since the Beginning of Time. in This Issue, ALL HANDS Puts Forth Some Interesting, Little-Known Facts About the Waters That Surround Us. See Page 2 for Story. Photo by J01 J. D. Randall. All Hands Magazine, August 1973.

1973-09 All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - September 1973 Issue

Cutting through the Waters of Narragansett Bay, R. I., the Guided Missile Frigate USS Farragut (DLG 6) Heads for Duty on the Open Seas. Illustration by Staff Artist Michael D. Tuffli. Bock Cover Photo Taken on the Flight Deck of the USS Forrestal (CVA 59) by PH3 W. R. Curtsinger.

April 1980 Issue All Hands Magazine

All Hands Magazine - April 1980 Issue

April 1980: P-3 Flight Engineers, Finding the Right Career in the Navy, Getting More For The Money, Diesel Boat Tang, Goodwill Ships in South Pacific, New Kind of Training in the Navy. 48 Pages.

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All Hands Magazine


ALL HANDS is the official Bureau of Naval Personnel publication, the Navy's equivalent of the Army's Stars & Stripes.  It has been in publication since 1922 and continues to this day.  You can view the current issue by going to the Navy's website at http://www.navy.mil/.  Included on this page are articles from ALL HANDS that contain history and/or specifications of the Sumner.

Navy News of 1944 News on 1944's Fighting Fronts
December 1944

DESTROYER RAID OFF ORMOC - January 1945

NAVY NEWS - February 1945

DD WAS ANTIDOTE FOR TB - December 1945

NAVY'S POSTWAR FLEETS - March 1946

DECORATIONS & CITATIONS - October 1946

DECORATIONS & CITATIONS - November 1946

THE FLEET KEEPS IN TRIM - May 1947

THE BULLETIN BOARD - September 1947

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR - February 1952

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR - August 1952

TinCan Navy Today Is Good and Tough - September 1953

It's a Record - April 1954

Navy Packs Fight, Flavor in Tin Cans - October 1954

A Whitehat Is Your Passport to Travel - January 1955

PETROL PUMPER - May 1958

SERVICE JACKET - December 1959

These Ships Will Fly the Battle Efficiency Pennant - October 1960

TODAY'S NAVY - August 1961

FRAM Overhaul Completed - May 1962

The History of the Greyhound - September 1962

Front Cover - November 1963
(Sumner refueling from the USS Saratoga (CVA-60) off Florida)

Shooting Down the Records - April 1964

Armed Forces Expeditionary Ribbon for Units in Cuban Crisis - October 1965

EXPEDITIONARY AND SERVICE MEDALS - August 1966

DATELINE: VIETNAM - August 1967

Naval Gunfire and Air Support - November 1967

TODAY'S NAVY - February 1968

The Brave & Gallant - February 1969

SHIPHANDLING SWEEPSTAKES - July 1973

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