A great part of Naval history.
You would be purchasing the USS General WA Mann T-AP 112 cruise book during
this time period. Each page has been placed on a CD for years of enjoyable computer viewing. The CD comes in
a plastic sleeve with a custom label. Every page has been enhanced and is readable. Rare cruise books like this
sell for a hundred dollars or more when buying the actual hard copy if you can find one for sale.
This would make
a great gift for yourself or someone you know who may have served aboard her. Usually only ONE person in the family
has the original book. The CD makes it possible for other family members to have a copy also. You will not be disappointed
we guarantee it.
Some of the items in this book are as follows:
- Ports of Call: San Francisco, Panama, New Orleans, Bremerhaven,
New York, Oran, Port Said, Columbo, Saigon, Haiphong, Guam and Pearl Harbor
- Ships History
- Many Liberty Call Photos
- Divisional Group Photos
- Many crew activity photos
- Crew roster (Name , rank, hometown)
- Plus much more
Over 232 pictures and the ships story
told on 85 pages.
Once you view this CD you will know what life was like on this Transport during World War II.
- 6 Minute Audio of "Sounds of Boot Camp" in the late 50's early 60's
- Other Interesting Items Include:
- The Oath of Enlistment
- Core Values of the United States Navy
- Military Code of Conduct
- Navy Terminology Origins (8 Pages)
Examples: Scuttlebutt, Chewing the Fat, Devil to Pay,
- Hunky-Dory and many more.
Why a CD instead
of a hard copy book?
- The pictures will not be degraded over time.
- Self contained CD no software to load.
- Thumbnails, table of contents
and index for easy viewing reference.
- View as a digital flip book or watch a slide show. (You set the timing options)
ground patriotic music and Navy sounds can be turned on or off.
- Viewing options are described in the help section.
your favorite pages.
- The quality on your screen may be better than a hard copy with the ability to magnify any page.
page viewing slide show that you control with arrow keys or mouse.
- Designed to work on a Microsoft platform. (Not Apple or Mac)
Will work with Windows 98 or above.