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LXXVIISEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1934NUMBER V
Publieation Date: Oetober 1, 1934
Frontispiei:e 326Trophies 322PublicSpeaking 347By ColonelWilliam H. Waldron.TheEimglishAttack on Zeebrugge , 327By Captain Karl Sehultz.Coast Artillery Board Notes 383News and Comment 376The Coast Artillery Song - The Blue RibbonWinner - What One OffioorThinks of Small Arll1&Firing - Try This - 'rhe Coast Artillery GoootoSchool.The Foreign Military Press 379Reviewed by Major A. L. P. Johnson.Coast Artillery Activities 367Hawaiian Separate C. A. Brigade News Letter-Panama Canal Department News Letter - FortMonroe News Letter - Corregidor Doings.337Jungle Warfare (Part III)By Ingram Cary.Bombardment Aviation and Its Relation to AA Defense... 333By Major
A. Dargue.Crash on Artillery! 348By J. F. Hewett and A. H. Osborn.A Dl:0teon Safety Pointing CheckingBy Captain J. T. Campbell.386Promotion Thesis 352By Mary S. Engelhart.Promotion is in the Air 353Whythe Answer is No! 356By Lieutenants M.
MeKinney and Burgo D. Gill.The .45 Automatic Pistol , 357By Major Harry
Corregidor Nail Picker ., 361By Lieutenant G. H. Stubbs.TheCollapseof the Old Russian Army 363By A. M. Nikolaieff.National Guard Notes 387Annual Training Period at Ft. Ontario - FieldTraini,ng of the 245th C.A.- Field Training of the 265th C.A.-Notes on 249th C.A. CampAetivities - National Guard Publieity.Reserve Notes 391C.
G. S. Course Opaned to Reserved Offieers---CMTC Blue Course Graduates-Los -AngelesField Exereises-Doings of the 621st C.A.-519th C.A. Brings Down Target.Coast Artillery Orders 395Book Reviews 398THE COASTARTILLERY JOURNAL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OPINIONS EXPRESSEDIN PUBLISHED CONTRIBUTIONSTHE COASTARTILLERYJOURNALpays for original articles upon publication.Published bi-monthly under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the CoastArtillery personnel of the Regular Army, National Guard and Organized Reserve.Publication Offices,1406East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia; Editorial Offices, 1115 17th Street, N.W., Washington, D. C.Terms: $4.00per year. (Coast Artillery Association members, $3.00per year.) Single copies, 75 cents.Entered as second class matter at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879,for mailing at special rate of postageprovidedfor in Section 412, Act of October 3, 1917.Copyright, 1934 by the United States Coast Artillery Association.