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The link isn't working for me but I can tell you that the recruit trainee guide is not the same as The Bluejacket's Manual. Dear Internet Archive Supporter, I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today. Right now, we have a 2-to-1 Matching Gift Campaign, so you can triple your impact! Most can’t afford to give, but we hope you can. The average donation is $45. If everyone reading this chips in just $5, we can end this fundraiser today. Aug 11, 2011  'The bluejackets' manual, originally prepared in 1902 by Lieutenant Ridley McLean, United States Navy, and revised in 1914, 1916, 1922, and 1927, has been revised again by the United States Naval Institute as authorized and approved by the Bureau of Navigation.'

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The Bluejacket's Manual, United States Navy, 1916, 4th Edition by United States ... Institute4
The BlueJackets Manual, 1917 by Norman Van Der Leer5
The Bluejacket's Manual United States Navy 1918 by Norman Van der Veer6
The Bluejackets Manual 1927. Seventh Edition by United States Navy7
The Bluejackets' Manual 1938 by United States Navy8
The Bluejackets Manual 1939 by US Navy9
The Bluejackets' Manual 1940 by United States ... Institute10
The Bluejacket's Manual Eleventh Edition by United States Navy11
The Bluejacket's Manual - 1944, Twelfth Edition by United States Navy12
Bluejackets Manual 1946 13TH Edition by U. S. Naval Institute13
The Bluejackets' Manual (14th Edition) by United States Navy14
The Bluejackets Manual -- 15th Edition by John V. Noel15
Bluejackets Manual 16TH Edition 1960 by U. S. Naval Institute16
The Bluejackets' Manual 17th Edition 196417
The Bluejackets' Manual 18th Edition (1968) by Delbert D. Black18
The Bluejackets' Manual 19th Edition by United States Navy19
Bluejackets Manual 20ED by Bill Bearden20
The Bluejackets' Manual by B. Beardon21
The Bluejacket's Manual (Bluejacket's Manual, 22nd ed) by Thomas J. Cutler22
The Bluejacket's Manual by Thomas J. Cutler24
The Bluejackets' Manual by United States Navyunknown

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