63 of December 16, 1913" Foreword, Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, Table of contents. 1914 Not stated Franklin Printing, Baltimore 849 200 Five sections published individually each with individual table of contents. No index. CHAPTER 30. - M - Swimming ; Life Saving ; Life Buoys. 295 Life-saving methods; Artificial respiration; Life buoys. CHAPTER 31. - N- Athletics 307 Athletics on board ship. PART 3. - RUDIMENTARY SEAMANSHIP AND GUNNERY CHAPTER 32. - Boats 313 Classes and types; Terms used with boats; Boat gear carried; Boat chest; Medical emergency box; Cooking utensils; Provisions; Fire fighting equipment; Stowage of boats; Boat salutes; Duties of a boat keeper, salutes required; Lifeboats. 12/42 2/43 6/43 11th 1943 Edward H. Doolin U. S. Naval Institute, Annapolis 10/ index 5-25 Rounded corners edition and square corner edition. Over one million copies. Price 1.25 postpaid. 1/44 3/44 4/44 12th 1944 Not stated U. Soft cover ISBN /74 2 05/74 3 09/74 4 04/75 5 10/76 6 05/77 7 11/77 8 20th 1978 Bill Bearden Bill Wedertz U. S. Naval Institute, Annapolis 01/78 1 sc st to 4th printings have 611 pages 5th to 21st printings have 639 pages. There are many pictures that must load, please be patient! Please note: this site must be viewed with IE8, Firefox or equivalent. CHAPTER 28. - K - Personal Hygiene and First Aid 245 Personal hygiene; Elementary first aid; Wounds in general; Hemorrhage or bleeding; Application of first-aid dressings; Sprains, dislocations, and fractures; Methods of carrying the wounded; Use of regular and improved stretchers; Other injuries. Foreword, Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, Table of contents no index. Errata sheet of corrections dated November 29, 1915 3rd Edition printed on cover 4th 1916 Navy Department Franklin Printing, Baltimore Fourth Edition, Revised March 1916 Foreword, Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy Table. Coast Guard Manual that was based off the Navy's. Bluejackets Manual. For that reason, it will also be included at this site. In addition, the Recruit's Handy Book, Petty Officer's Drill Book and the Deck Boat Book were used as early guides for the US. The. Manual is divided in the following parts : Part I. For the recruit. Part II. (A to N) The subjects which every man on board ship should know. part III. Rudimentary seamanship and gunnery. Again, for that reason, they are also included at this site. The Bluejacket's Manual was, and still is published by the U.S. Naval Institute as a "Bible" of the Navy for the US Sailor. In modern day, this publication is issued to the new "Bluejacket". One book in particular really stunned me while I was going through the shelves. It was a normal sized hardback volume, although on the thick side, covered in fade. Among my late mother's effects were a number of books. Van Der Veer Edwin N. Appleton, New York Table of contents no index. Size 4x6 inches. Foreword, Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy The Sherwood Co., New York Military Publishing Co., New York 821 index 35-60 Revised November 1916 Foreword, Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the. Parts of the ship, pipes, a wide variety of shells, bottles of various gasses, etc. Command a shore force up to a rifle company. Assault a wide variety of towns, villages, and other areas held by the enemy.