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1935 CAJ V78 n5

1935 CAJ V78 n5

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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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COAST
I
ARTILLERY
JOURNAL
BATIERY "A" 16TH COASTARTILLERYIN ACTION
I
SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1935
I
 
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Gunners~
Instruction
THE COASTARTILLERYJOURNALannounces that it has issued a complete series of new andthoroughly up-to-date GUNNERS' INSTRUCTION PAMPHLETS for all branches of theCoast Artillery, covering the requirements for qualification as set forth in Training Regula-tions 435-310 (Examination for Gunners).
NUMBER
GUNNERS' INSTRUCTION PAMPHLETS
PRICE
I. 2nd Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Except Searchlight Btry.) $0.75II. 2nd Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Searchlight Btry.) 0.50III. 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) 0.55VI. 1st Class Gunner, Fixed Seacoast Artillery (All Units) 0.50VII. 2nd Class Gunner, Mobile Seacoast Artillery (All Tractor-Drawn andRailway Units) .. 0.75VIII. 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 1.25XII. Submarine Mining 1.50
All Pamphlets are now available. They cover the instruction of all 2nd Class, 1stClass, and Expert Gunners of Antiaircraft, Fixed and Mobile Artillery.These pamphlets are invaluable for the training and instruction of Coast Artillerypersonnel. Each enlisted man of a submarine mine detachment shouldhave a copy of "Submarine Mining"
The above prices are retail (]Xlstpaid) for single copies. On orders for 10 or morecopies we allow a discount of 10% (postpaid).
To ORGANIZATIONS of the military estahltshment a discount of 
20%
will be allowed onany order regardless of number. F.O.B. Washington,
D. C.
TheCoastArtillery Journal
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THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
M8mb6r Affiliat8d Military MagtUiM
Published 
as
the Journal of the U. S.Artillery fro
1892
to 1922 
LIEUT.
COL.E. E.
BENNETT.
C.A.C.,
Editor 
VOLUME LXXVIIISEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1935NUMBER V
Publication Date: October
1.
1935
Contents
Frontispiece 322Who Started Such a Mess? 330By Lieut€>nantE. F. Adams
Press
Ce'118Orshipin Wax Time- Part II 358By Major Harry W. Caygill.Interbattery Communication
by
Radio ................ 364By Major Morris E. Conable.
Death!
Then What? 365By Captain .T.H. Doherty.Secret Causes of German Sucoesses on Eastern Front .. 373By A. M. Xikolaieff.)(otor Convoys 378By Captain .T.T. de ('amp.
396
Fi,eld Training for 265th C.A.By Major P. L. Wan.New Plan for Award of Trophy to Reserves 389COll8tArtillery Orders 413Book Reviews 414The Cagefor Manchukuo--Spy-The
Road
to War.COll8tArtillery Board Notes 410Notes on Reserve Activities 403Planning a Tactical Problem-974th C.A. EndorsesNew System-Reflections of a Reserve Officer-970th Endorses NewTraining Scheme--Seeond CorpsArea Camp News.COll8tArtillery Activities :{97Fort Monroe N6WsLetter-Corregidor News Letter-Hawaiian Brigade News Letter.News and Comment 391Order of the rllustrious--From Our Satisfied Custo-mers-Rough on Majors-Popularize
It
By Publicis-ing It-Navy &ores Again-For More and BetterTraining-Maybe They Have Developed a Slice--School, Staff and Student Officers,C.A.C.-It StartedIn San Franciseo--Bigger and Better.The Indispensable 388Chemical Security-Part III 381By Captain Alden
H.
Waitt.Efficiency Reports 384By Lieutenant Colonel E. S. Hughes.Emergen,cy Fire Control Methods 386By Captain James T. Campbell.
323
Trophies 331The Individual Trophy 333The All Time High Scorer 334The Battle of Adowa 335By Major Bernard Smith.ThreeSalutes ....................................... 344By Maten G. Gerdenich.SevenYears A-Scoring 345By C'aptain Homer Case.The Tank Ju-Ju 349
BJ'
('aptain .Tames A. McGuire.Some Facts About Bombardme'11tAviationBy Major Claire L. Chennault.
~E COASTARTILLERYJOURNAL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OPINIONS EXPRESSEDIN PUBLISHEDCONTRIBUTIONS
THE COAST
A=rr.LE.RY
JOURNALpays for original articles upon publicatiOIL.Published bi-monthly under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the CoastArtillery persounel 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: $4.00 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 postageprovided for in Section 412,Act of October 3. 1917.Copyright, 1935.by the United States Coast Artillery Association.

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