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Scuttlebum Series

 

These posters and booklets by Bill Sullivan date from 1945 to 1951. Featuring the Sailor Scuttlebum, they highlight fundamental principles of damage control that are as relevant today as they were 60 years ago.

Scuttlebum Posters

  1. NAVSHIPS 250-222-50, “Don’t Worry, Pal, You’ve Always Got Me!” Dated 1945

  2. NAVSHIPS 250-222-52, It’s All in Knowing Where Dated 1945

  3. NAVSHIPS 250-222-53, Caught Wit ’Em Down Again! Dated 1951

  4. NAVSHIPS 250-222-55, “How the Hell does This Thing Work?” Dated 1945

  5. NAVSHIPS 250-222-56, When Is a Tool Not a Tool? Dated 1945

  6. NAVSHIPS 250-222-57, Surprise! Surprise! Dated 1945

  7. NAVSHIPS 250-222-58, “Sure, Yuh Gotta Always Be on tha Ball!” Dated 1951

  8. NAVSHIPS 250-222-59, “He’s Been That Way Ever Since We Made Him a Messenger” Dated 1945

  9. NAVSHIPS 250-222-60, It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Say It! Dated 1945

  10. NAVSHIPS 250-222-61, “Hmmm - This Could Lead to Something” Dated 1951

  11. NAVSHIPS 250-222-62, “Hmmm, No Good Now, May As Well Leave It There” Dated 1945

  12. NAVSHIPS 250-222-63, “Hmmm, Wonder If I Should Shore” Dated 1945

  13. NAVSHIPS 250-222-64, “Electricity, Ah, It’s Wonderful!” Dated 1945

  14. NAVSHIPS 250-222-65, “Another Guy That Didn’t Practice Damage Control” Dated 1945

Scuttlebum Publications

  1. Technical Publication No. 15, “Pointers on Fire Fighting” Dated 1945

Scuttlebum Tips

  1. Scuttlebum SCBA Tip 001

  2. Scuttlebum SCBA Tip 002

  3. Scuttlebum SCBA Tip 003