Art Gallery

The Navy NewsStand Print Ad Gallery is provided as a tool for fleet editors to promote important Navy programs and messages. In most cases, these print ads first ran in the Navy's flagship publication, All Hands magazine, and were built for four-color printing at the magazine's page size, 8 3/8" x 10 3/4". Whenever possible, the gallery provides a low compression, high quality (10-12 scale) CMYK .JPEG image at 300 DPI.

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All Hands Magazine promotional advertising  

WASHINGTON D.C. (January 1, 2015) – The photo illustration was developed as part of an All Hands Magazine promotional advertising. It highlights that the magazine has been around since 1922 and it also calls to action that the magazine should be read as part of daily routine, like drinking morning coffee. (Photo Illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Mark Logico/RELEASED)

 

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Carrier Swap Info Graphic  

Roughly 9,000 Sailors will have participated in the swap concluding with USS George Washington in Norfolk, USS Theodore Roosevelt in San Diego and USS Ronald Reagan in Yokosuka, Japan serving as the Navy's forward-deployed aircraft carrier. Through some creative crew swaps, such as the "Three Presidents Crew" approximately two-thirds of the Sailors will end up back at their original home port, saving families from relocating and cost to the Navy.

 

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NRCC Painting by Katani  

Painting by Katani for Navy Reserve centennial celebration.

 

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NRCC Main Poster  

For 100 years, Navy Reserve Sailors have answered our nation’s call in times of war and peace. From communities across America, young men and women left their homes trading out civilian clothes for Navy uniforms. Celebrate 100 years of dedicated professionals who were ready then, ready now, ready always.

 

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NRCC Wave  

PR 3/c (Parachute Rigger) Anne Des Jardins, stationed at NAS Brunswick, Maine, 1942. Nearly 100,000 women served on active duty during World War II as Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES).

 

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NRCC Lone Sailor  

Celebrating 100 years of the Navy Reserve

 

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NRCC Diver  

Lieutenant Commander Bobby Greene, a Navy Reserve Sailor assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Operational Support
Unit, walks across the seabed during the Navy Dive Global Fleet Station exercise in 2008 off the coast of St. Kitts.

 

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NRCC Humanitarian  

Lieutenant Leslie Paisley interacts with the local villagers serving in her role as Female Support Technician while
deployed in Afghanistan, 2013.

 

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NRCC Pilot  

Lieutenant James M. Glynn, USNR, standing in front of his SB2C Helldiver Dive Bomber. He served on board the
USS Enterprise (CV-6) in 1944. Of the Sailors serving in World War II, 84 percent were in the Navy Reserve.

 

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Asian America and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Poster  

Asian America and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Poster.

17"x11" at 300dpi

 

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