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Field Artillery Journal - Apr 1914

Field Artillery Journal - Apr 1914

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Published by: CAP History Library on Sep 14, 2012
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Volume IV Number 2
 ——————— 
THE FIELD ARTILLERY  JOURNAL
 
 ——————— 
APRIL-JUNE, 1914
 
 ——————— CAPTAIN LOUIS T. BOISEAU
 
FIELD ARTILLERY, UNITED STATES ARMY
 Editor
 
 ——————— 
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
by
 THE UNITED STATES FIELD ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION601 S
TAR 
B
UILDING
, W
ASHINGTON
, D. C.$3.00 PER ANNUM
 
The Field Artillery Journal
 
CONTENTS
 
The Probable Position of the Target Within a Bracket and Its BearingUpon the "Drop - Back."—Lieutenant-Colonel Ernest Hinds, 5thField Artillery....................................................................................... 149A Carrying Device for the Field Artillery Telephone.—Captain Guido F.Verbach, 1st Field Artillery, N. G. N. Y.............................................. 194 Notes on the Employment of Field Artillery................................................ 197Water Bags in the Field.—Lieutenant William Sharp, 2nd Field Artillery.. 206 Tactical Studies.—By Captain E. Dosse, Translated from the French......... 209Evolution of Ideas in the Method of Preparing Artillery for Battle.—ByColonel Aubrat, Translated from the French....................................... 242Present Tendencies in Germany Regarding the Use of Heavy Artillery.— By Captain J. Pesseaud, Translated from the French........................... 304The Field Artillery in the Balkans.—By Captain Alvin, Translated fromthe French............................................................................................. 312Military History............................................................................................ 327Book Reviews............................................................................................... 329Index to Current Field Artillery Literature................................................... 330Field Artillery Directory............................................................................... 331
 Entered as second-class matter, March 14, 1911, at the Postoffice at Washington, D. C Copyright, 1914 by the U. S. Field Artillery Association
.
 
The United States Field Artillery Association
 
 ————— ORGANIZED JUNE 7, 1910 ————— 
 
OFFICERSP
RESIDENT
: Brigadier-General M. M. Macomb, U. S. Army.V
ICE
-P
RESIDENT
: Colonel E. St. J. Greble, General Staff, U. S.Army.S
ECRETARY
-E
DITOR 
: Captain Louis T. Boiseau, FieldArtillery, U. S. Army.T
REASURER 
: Major William J. Snow, Field Artillery, U. S.Army.EXECUTIVE COUNCILBrigadier-General M. M. Macomb, U. S. Army.Lieutenant-Colonel Peyton C. March (Field Artillery),Adjutant General, U. S. Army.Major William J. Snow, Field Artillery, U. S. Army.Lieutenant-Colonel H. H. Rogers, 1st Field Artillery, NationalGuard, State of New York.Colonel George C. Lambert, 1st Field Artillery, NationalGuard, State of Minnesota.

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