アメリカ海軍での日々∽302

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アメリカ海軍での日々∽302
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アイテム
作成日
-
資料ID
302
枚数
1
来歴-所有者
東京大学大学院情報学環図書室/附属社会情報研究資料センター
来歴-現物資料の来歴
外務省情報部が収集・所蔵していた資料で、旧新聞研究所の何初彦教授によって収集・受け入れられた資料。
概要-名称
アメリカ海軍での日々
概要-作成
-
概要-物的状態-長さ
939
概要-物的状態-幅
531
デジタルデータ関連-デジタル化の有無
デジタル化済
形態・形式情報-表現形式・スタイル
13絵画・版画・ポスター・図案・地図・書画
内容記述
Secretary Daniels says: “No man who has served in the Navy leaves the service without being far better equipped to earn his living than he was before he enlisted.”Towing TargetTarget towed by battleship preparatory to being fired at by another vessel, at distance of two to five miles.Target After FiringRents in the target made by projectiles. Man in boat is signaling the number of hits to ship which fired.Firing Big GunsSometimes twelve large guns are fired from one ship at once. The smoke quickly disappears after firing.Range Finders in the “Top”Fighting top 120 feet above water; supported by cage mast, which cannot be shot away. The range finder is used for measuring distances between ship and target. Officer is watching fall of shells. Sailor is telephoning the result to the Captain.Loading Big GunThe 850 - pound shell has been rammed home, and powder is being inserted. Powder is passed up from below to the man bending over.The Battle FlagThe red flag is hoisted before firing, to warn other ships to keep clear of range. Searchlight and semaphore signal machine also shown.Firing Sub-calibre Practice GunEvery operation necessary for firing the large gun is performed, but when trigger is pulled the small (sub-calibre) gun is fired instead, thus saving big ammunition expense.“Spotting” the HitsOfficer with binoculars watches where shots fall. This is called “spotting.” He telephones result immediately, in order that errors may be corrected. Life in the U.S. NavyThese pictures show actual scenes on board a dreadnaught during battle practice - which is just one of the many interesting features of Naval services.Navy work is varied. There are many opportunities to learn useful trades. Schools are maintained for electricians (general and radio), machinists, carpenters, shipfitters, coppersmiths, and other mechanical trades, cooks, bakers, stewards, stenographers, bookkeepers, the hospital cops, as well as for trades required only in the Navy. A Navy-trained man is always sure of employment.Chances for travel are unequalled. Navy vessels cruise to all parts of the world.Navy life is exceptionally healthy. It develops strong bodies, quickness, self-reliance. Athletics are encouraged. Every battleship has baseball and football teams, rowing crews, etc.Navy pay is excellent, and advancement is assured men who become efficient. Apprentice seamen receive $17.60 a month. Men who know trades begin with higher pay. A chief petty officer may draw upwards of $100 a month, clear of living expenses. Each re-enlistment means increased pay.Men who choose the Navy as a permanent career have privilege of retirement with pay. In event of disability or death in line of duty, pensions are allowed. Free medical attention, and best hospital treatment, if sick or injured. No “slack times”- no stoppages of pay or rations, as long as you render faithful service.Investigate this opportunity. Call today. Or write for Free Illustrated Booklet.U.S. Navy Recruiting Station:(アメリカ海軍における日々)
寄与者
印刷所:-
内容分類
募兵
制作国
アメリカ
クライアント
U.S. Navy
版式
平版
版式詳細
プロセス製版
版式備考
-
色数
5色
色名
黄、赤、藍、墨、グレー
資源識別子/Identifier
9698a028-089f-4713-b971-b761f056df12

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