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1933 CAJ V76 n6

1933 CAJ V76 n6

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Picks up from the J US Artillery reflecting the concerns for coastal defence after WW1.
Picks up from the J US Artillery reflecting the concerns for coastal defence after WW1.

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November--December, 1933
 
Gunners'Instruction
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THECOASTARTILLERYJOURNALannounces that
it
has issued a complete series onew and thoroughly up-to~date GUNNERS' INSTRUCTION PAMPHLETS for allbranches of the Coast Artillery, covering the requirements for qualification as setforth in Training Regulations 435-310(Examination for Gunners).
NumberGUNNERS' INSTRlJCTION PAMPHLETSPriceI. 2nd Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Except Searchlight Btry.) $0.75
n.
2nd Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Searchlight Btry.) 0.50lIT. 1st Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Except Searchlight Btry.) 0.65IV. 1st Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Searchlight Btry.) 0.40V. 2nd Class Gunner, Fixed Seacoast Artillery (All Units) 0.65VL 1st Class Gunner, Fixed Seacoast Artillery (All Units) 0.65VIT. 2nd Class Gunner, Mobile Seacoast Artillery (All Tractor-Drawn andRailway Units) " 0.75VID. 1st Class Gunner, Mobile Seacoast Artillery (All Tractor-Drawn andRailway Units) " 0.75IX. Expert Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery 1.25X. Expert Gunner, Fixed Artillery 1.00XI. Expert Gunner, Mobile Seacoast Artillery '" 1.25XIL Submarine Mining 1.50
 All Pamphlets
are now available. They cover the in-struction ofall 2nd Class,1st ClassandExpert Gunners oAntiaircraft, Fixed and Mobile Artillery.
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The aboveprices are retail (postpaid) for single copies. Onordersfor 10or more copiesweallowa discount of 10%(postpaid).
To ORGANIZATIONS oj the military establishment adiscount oj 20%willbe allowed on any order regardless oj number. F.O.B. Washington,
D.C.
THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
IllS 17thSt.,N.W.,
THIS 15 NOT A PAID ADVERTISEMENT
Washington, D. C.
 
THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
Member
Affiliated Military Magazinu
Published asthe
U. S.
Artillery from
1892
to
1922
LmUT
..cOL.
E. E.
BENNB'IT,
C.A.C., Editor
Volume 76
November...December, 1933
Publication Date: December 1, 1933.
Contents
Number 6
Notesof the Coast Artillery Association .Greetings .Extracts from the Address of Maj. Gen. John W. GulicTheGerman Intelligence Service During the World War
By Baron Guido Errante.
The Role of Defensive Pursuit .
By Captain Claire L. Chennault, Air Corps.
Post Exchange Operation-5ome Suggestions and Re-marks .
By Major Lee
R.
Watrous, Finance Department.
WhoKilled the Crabs?
A
Field Spotting Range .
By Major Meade Wildrick, C.A.C.
A
ModifiedRange Rake .
By First Lieutenant R. W. Cooper,.Jr.
TheGrand Strategy of the World War, Part II .
By Captain Gordon Gordon-Smith.
A .
Machine Gun Scoring Formula .
By Captain M. T. Whitmore, C.A.C.
HelpWanted .
By Maida Davis Turtle.
CoastArtillery Activities .
Classification of Coast Artillery Officers-FortMonroeDamaged by Hurricane-New Constructionat Fort Monroe-Notes from the Philippines--FortMacArthur Notes--The 62ndCoast,Artillery (AA),Fort Totten-Hawaiian Separate Coast ArtilleryBrigade News Letter-Finis, Tentative InfantryDrill Regulations--Panama Canal DepartmentNews Letter.
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402404405408411
418
422424
425
427
435437439News and Comment 453
Patronizing Home Industry~Captain Fred Waters,C. A. C., Commands Outstanding Camp-SeattleChapter Meeting, Coast Artillery Association---.A.BookYouCannot Affordto Be Without-Coast
M-
tillery Song Contest--Batteries Rated ExcellentFiscal Year 1933--Allotment of Officers to theOoast Artillery Board Increased.
Coast Artillery Board Notes 456Reserve Notes 460
Policies Affectingthe Officers'Reserve Corps-TheFour Army Plan-Training for More Reserve Offi-cers--Training in the 529thC.A. (AA) Regiment-Notes from the 621st C. A. (H-D)- Unique Pro-gram of Training at Fort Winfield Scott-ReserveFunds.
The Foreign Military Press 464
Reviewedby Major Alexander L. P. Johnson, Inf.
National Guard Notes 468
New Executive Officer Appointed for NationalGuard Bureau-National Guard Memorial-Fare-well Dinner by Brother Officers to Executive of National Guard Bureau--Guard-O-Grams--ServiceBands on Guidons-The 246th Coast Artillery(HD) at Fort Monroe-Field Training of 203dCoast Artillery (AA), 1933-The 666-MileMarchof 251st Coast Artillery (AA).
Coast Artillery Orders 472Book Reviews 473Index to Volume 76, Coast Artillery Journal 477THE COASTARTILLERY.JOURNAL
is
not responsible for opinions expressed in publi8he/J contributions
THECOASTARTILLERY.JOURNALpays for original articl6l!lupon publication.Published bi-monthly under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the Coast!rtillery personnel of the Regular Army, National Guard and Organized Reserve.Publication Offices,Telegraph Press Building, Cameron and Kelker Sts_, Harrisburg, Pa.; Editorial Offices,1115 17th Street,
1\.
W.,
Washington,
D. C.
Terms: $4.00 per year. (Coast Artillery Association members, $3.00 per year). Single copies, 75 cents.Entered as second class matter at Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 12, 1931, under the Act of March 3, 1879, for mailing at special
lite
of postage provided for in Section 412, Act of October ~, 1917.Copyright, 1933, by the United States Coast Artillery Association.

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