THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
Member Affiliated Military Magazines
Published as the Journal of the
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VOLUME LXXVIINOVEMBER- DECEMBER, 1934
Publication Date: December 1,1934
Notes of the Coast Artillery Association 402Coast Artillery Board Notes , 450Extracts from Address of Major General Hase 420The Siege of Tsingtau 405By Captain Bernard Smith.Problems in Joint Operations of Army and NavyBy Captain L.
Coast Artillery ActivitiesHawaiian News Letter-Brigade Gunnery-FortMonroe News Letter - Panama News Letter-Philippines News Letter - Fort MacArthur Notes-Classification of C.A. Officers.453Fire Adjustment , 427By Captain Leonard Davis.Duties of an Adjutant 432By Captain M. E. Conable.The Foreign Military Press 463Reviewed by Major A. L. P. Johnson.National Guard Notes , 467Address of Secretary Dern 435
Happen Again? (Part I) .By Major Leonard
Address by General Leach- In Sunny California-NYNG Brigade Activities.Coast Artillery Orders , ,., .. , .. , 470Offsetting Angular Travel Director 445By Lieutenan.t P. W. Edwards.News and Comment 447Support Your Journal- R.etired Officers' Associa-tion- What is Wrong~-Selected List of MilitaryBooks- Prayer of an Army Brat.Reserve Notes .. ' .. , ,.. , , 472Book Reviews , ',' 473Index to Volume
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478THE 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 infoqnation 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.
Terms: $4.00 per year. (Coast Artillery Association members, $3.00 per 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 postage'providedfor in Section 412, Act of October 3, 1917.CQpyright, 1934 by the United States Coast Artillery Association.