National Geographic : 1943 Aug
254 The National Geographic Magazine U. S. Navy, Official These "Survivors" Are About to Chew Fresh Water from Raw Fish, on the Cloth Latest-type life rafts used by the Army and Navy carry an emergency fishing kit. In a method devised by Gifford Pinchot, fresh-cut fish is chewed, or squeezed in a porous cloth, to obtain potable water. Staff Photographer Willard R. Culver From Inside His "Cold Room" a Fur-clad Guinea Pig Speaks to an Observer Temperature behind that window may be 140° colder than outside. Speaker system, controls, and recording machines are installed at Army's Climatic Research Laboratory, Lawrence, Massachusetts (page 250).