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by Thomas J. Cutler
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  • Author:
    Thomas J. Cutler
  • ISBN:
    1557500657
  • ISBN13:
    978-1557500656
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  • Publisher:
    Naval Institute Press; 22nd edition (March 1999)
  • Pages:
    800 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Engineering
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His books have been published in various forms, including paperback and audio, and have appeared as main and alternate selections of the History Book Club, Military Book Club, and Book of the Month Club.

The Bluejackets' Manual. His books have been published in various forms, including paperback and audio, and have appeared as main and alternate selections of the History Book Club, Military Book Club, and Book of the Month Club.

The Bluejacket's Manual is the basic handbook for United States Navy personnel

The Bluejacket's Manual is the basic handbook for United States Navy personnel. First issued in 1902 to teach new recruits about naval procedures and life and offer a reference for active sailors, it has become the "bible" for Navy personnel, providing information about a wide range of Navy topics.

The Bluejacket's Manual - Thomas J. Cutler. Ridley McLean is no longer the author of this book, and much of what is now in these pages would be wholly unfamiliar to him, but it is a testimony to the Navy’s heritage and its traditions that he would be fully comfortable with many of the terms, customs, and ceremonies that have endured for more than a century. The Bluejacket’s Manual has played an important role in the preservation of our naval heritage as well as serving as a reference book and as the introduction to the Navy that Lieutenant McLean intended.

Cutler, Thomas . 1947-. verso Includes bibliographical references (p. 699-701) and index. You can read The Bluejackets' Manual by Cutler, Thomas . 1947- in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

Welcome to The Bluejacket's Manual web site

Welcome to The Bluejacket's Manual web site. The basis for the site is of course, the Navy's Bluejacket's Manual. The Coast Guard initially used this manual for their enlisted members, and in 1952 created a 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 Sailor. Again, for that reason, they are also included at this site. The Bluejacket's Manual was, and still is published by the . Naval Institute as a "Bible" of the Navy for the US Sailor.

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Although The Bluejacket’s Manual has necessarily evolved (through more than twenty revisions) to reflect those changes, its original purpose has remained steadfastly on course.

A basic reference for all American Naval personnel. In 1902 when Lt. Ridley McLean first wrote this "sailor's bible," he described it as a manual for every person in the naval service. One hundred years later, it continues to serve as a primer for newly enlisted sailors and as a basic reference for all naval personnel-from seaman to admiral.

The Bluejacket's Manual.

The author, winner of the Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Naval Literature, has served the Navy in many capacities, both as an enlisted man and officer, and he brings that experience and his devotion to the service to these pages. The Bluejacket's Manual. Издание: иллюстрированное.

The Bluejackets' manual. by. Cutler, Thomas . 1947-; United States Naval Institute. Includes bibliographical references (p.

A basic reference for all American Naval personnel.

Anayanis
I was in the Navy from 1966-70 and my Bluejacket's Manual got lost in the shuffle when I moved. So this was a welcome item to my eyes and it's even better than I had hoped for. Als, it's a Centennial edition, which made it even more special. Good value.
Ydely
This is the "Bible" of the enlisted sailor's navy. It has everything you need to know about what it takes to be a productive member of the naval service. Things have changed a lot from when I served from 1966-1970. It was fun to get up to speed on all the items that have changed since the Vietnam era.
Flathan
This is a required book once you enter the Navy. More than enough information is in the book that will help you on your daily journey in the Navy. It is good to for those that are just interested in the Navy atmosphere. This book will be one that is given to you once you join the Navy. The information will help you in your test taking for promotions as well but it doesn't go into very much detail of the different ratings due to security clearances required for some of the jobs.
Wizer
Exactly what I ordered. Be advised if you order a used one it shall come inscribed with some trembling recruit's last four and division number...thumbs up.
Rrinel
this book was a wealth of information when it was first issued to me back when I enlisted and it is just as good today as it was then, I just wanted to latest edition(s)
Manarius
I bought this book for my grandson who is planning on entering the Navy next year.As a veteran of 23 years myself,I knew how much information is contained in this "Navy Bible".My grandson,while not normally an avid reader,has been simply devouring this books contents.I have no doubt that he will be 100% more knowledgable about the Navy when he arrives at boot camp than I was.
watchman
My son is first year cadet in Navy JROTC and I bought him this book before the school year started so he would learn more about the Navy. Not only built up his enthusiam, his CO was impressed that he was reading it.

I have my father's Bluejacket's Manual from the early 50s and several other editions and they are great references.
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