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
All Hands magazine, the Navys 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.
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.
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.
This magazine contains safety
information of interest to all surface-ship and
3. Navy Lifeline. This safety and occupational
health journal contains general health and safety
information of interest to all Navy personnel.
This naval aviation safety
review is vital reading for all personnel involved in
Perspective is published bimonthly by the
Bureau of Naval Personnel.
It contains the latest
information on the distribution and assignment of
Naval War College Review is published
quarterly by the Naval War College.
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
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:
Navy Internal Relations Activity
Naval Station Anacostia
2701 South Capitol Street, S.E.
Washington, DC 20374-5081
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
Naval Engineers Guide, Naval Institute Press,
Annapolis, Md., 1983