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Don Winslow of the Navy was originally a comic strip (debuting on March 5, 1934) and while several comics would reprint the strips in the 30's and 40's, Fawcett launched this series in 1943 featuring the publication of original Don Winslow stories in the common anthology style of numerous short stories, the majority of which focused on Don Winslow. The strip was intended to excite kids about life in the military, hopefully leading them to later seek a place in the US Armed Forces. Fawcett's comic lasted up until 1948 when it ceased publication after sixty-four issues. The book would later see two brief revivals before it ended; the first was in 1951 when Fawcett briefly resurrected the series for five more issues, the second came in 1955 when Charlton printed reprints of the series but this only lasted for four issues and after that the title's compiled numbering was continued in the Charlton series, Fightin' Navy.

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