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The    Naval   Aviation   News    is   a   monthly magazine   that   provides   information   on   aircraft design,   power   plants,   maintenance,   and   overhaul procedures.  This magazine is of interest to anyone in the aviation community. Deckplate  is  published  monthly  by  the  Naval Sea   Systems   Command   for   the   information   and interest  of  all  members  of  the  naval  service.    This periodical   discusses   the   design,   construction, conversion,   operation,   maintenance,   and   repair   of naval vessels. All   Hands   magazine,   the   Navy’s   flagship publication,   is   published   monthly   by   the   Navy Internal   Relations   Activity. All  Hands   takes   an in-depth   look   at   program   and   personnel   issues affecting   sailors   and   their   families. It   features entertaining  articles  on  Navy  people,  duty  stations, and life around the fleet. Link  is  published  quarterly  by  the  Bureau  of Naval  Personnel  (BUPERS). Link  contains  detailed information  on  education  and  training  programs  as well as information on educational benefits available to   qualified   naval   personnel. Link   also   contains current information in the form of articles written by the various enlisted and officer detailers. Surface Warfare is published bimonthly by the Chief  of  Naval  Operations.    It  contains  information for  the  surface  warfare  community  with  the  goal  of increasing   professionalism   and   improving   fleet readiness and sustainability. Navy   safety   periodicals. The   following periodicals are published by the Naval Safety Center: 1.   Ships Safety Bulletin.  This bulletin is MUST reading  for  all  Navy  personnel.     It  contains  current safety information on naval systems and operations. 2.   Fathom. This  magazine  contains  safety information   of   interest   to   all   surface-ship   and submarine personnel. 3.   Navy Lifeline.  This safety and occupational health   journal   contains   general   health   and   safety information of interest to all Navy personnel. 4.   Approach. This   naval   aviation   safety review  is  vital  reading  for  all  personnel  involved  in flying. Perspective   is   published   bimonthly   by   the Bureau  of  Naval  Personnel. It  contains  the  latest information  on  the  distribution  and  assignment  of officers. Naval   War   College   Review   is   published quarterly  by  the  Naval  War  College. It  provides informative articles on strategy, tactics, naval history, and recent military events.   Each issue also includes an extensive professional book review section. Navy Family Lifeline  is a quarterly newspaper of  educational  and  informative  articles  and  feature stories of special interest to spouses and families.  It is distributed to commissaries, exchanges, ombudsmen, medical and dental treatment facilities, and the Navy Wifeline Association. Additional   periodicals,   such   as   Leatherneck, Combat  Crew,   Air  Force  Magazine,   and   Marine Corps Gazette, are often available to you.   They offer interesting   reading   and   up-to-date   information concerning our other military services. You  are  encouraged  to  submit  articles  to  these publications. Type your article, double spaced, on one side of the paper.   Be sure to include your name, rank, and duty station on the first page.  Address your article to the editor of the publication, normally via your chain of command.  You will normally find the address of the publication on the inside front or inside back cover. You may also send articles of Navywide interest to the following address: Commanding Officer Navy Internal Relations Activity Naval Station Anacostia Bldg. 168 2701 South Capitol Street, S.E. Washington, DC 20374-5081 BOOKS Junior  officers  may  find  many  commercial  texts and several Navy publications helpful in introducing them to the ways of the Navy.   You will find most of the  commercial  texts  available  for  purchase  at  your Navy Exchange, or you can check them out from your station  or  ship  library. In  some  cases,  these  texts contain nonresident training courses (NRTCs).  Check with your educational services officer (ESO) to enroll in  these  courses.     The  following  is  a  partial  list  of these publications: Naval Engineer’s Guide, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Md., 1983 8-3

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