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1936 CAJ V79 n2

1936 CAJ V79 n2

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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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MAJOR GENERAL
A. H.
SUNDERLAND
. I ,
MARCH-A:'~
 j
COAST
I
ARTILLERYJOY
AL
 
Automotive
Transporta tion
for th
MILITARY SERVICE
 By
CAPTAIN JOHN
T.
DECAMP,
CA.C
an
1ST LIEUT. LEW M. MORTON,
CA.C
 Instructors in Motor TransportationCoast Artillery School
Here is a concise, technical discussion made avail-able to the service at a time when such a book is inconsiderable demand. This one volume covers allnecessary information concerning the design, opera-tion and maintenance of automotive transportationissued to the military service. The text has been
reviewed 
and
approved 
by Professor Erwin H.Hamilton, B.S., M.E., of New York University, ac-knowledged authority on automotive engineering.
Here are the Titles of 31 Fact-Filled Chapters:
- : - ' .
Outline of Automotive Vehicle Construction.Explosive Cycles and Firing Orders.Cylinders, Pistons and Piston Rings.Connecting Rods, Crankshafts and Fly-Wheels.Valves and Valve Operating Mechanisms.Valve Timing.Crankcase Lubrication.Engine Cooling Systems.Fuel and Fuel-Feed Systems.Elements of Carburetion.Carburetors.Elementary Electricity and Magnetism.Storage Batteries.Battery Ignition Systems.Starting Motors, Generators, and Lighting Systems.Theory of Internal Combustion Engines.Engine Test and Performance.Diesel Engines.Clutches and Transmissions.Universal Joints, Drive Shafts, and Differentials.Rear Axles, Frames, Springs, and Shock Absorbers.Brakes.Front Axles and Steering.Tires, Rims and Wheels.Engine Overhaul.Automotive Vehicle Troubles.Painting.Convoys.Organization and Supply.Methods of Inspection.Automotive Maintenance.
Prices are retail, postpaid.On any order for 10 ormore copies a discount of 10% is allowed F.O.B.
Washington.
PRICEDurable Paper Binding, $2.50Leatherette Binding .. 3.00
This bookis not a revisionof "Military Motor Trans-portation."
It
is
anewboocompiled from authorita-tive sources.
THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
1115 17th Street, N.W. WASHINGTON, D. C.
THIS IS NOTA PAID ADVERTlSEIiENT
 
THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
 Mtmsb8rAffiliaUd Military Magazines
Published 
0,8.
the JournaJ of the U. S.
Artillery
from 
1892
to 
1922
LIEUT.
COL.E. E.
BENNETT. C.A.C.,
Editor 
VOLUME LXXIXMARCH-APRIL, 1936
Publication Dat.f>: April 1, 19a6
Contents
NUMBER II
Message from the Chief of Coast Artillery 82penUdng and the Anvil Chorus saBy
H.
A. DeWeerd.Historical Background of Halo-Ethiopian Dispute 88By Major Porter P. Lowry.Winning the Knox Trophy 91By Major Oliver
B.
Bucher.Spy and Counter-Spy-Part II
9a
By Thomas M. Johnson.AntUUrcraft ][achine-<tun Tracers 99By Ma.jor
e.
S. Harris.Sailing the Three C's 101By Co1.
.T.
C. Johnson and Capt. Georgp
Y.
McManus.Shine on Me 101;Field Training of the 61st C.A 107By Caph1in Frank ('. MCCollll{'lI.Improvised Antiaircraft Fixed Mount 110By Lieutenant. Colonel M. M. Kimmel.The Great Delusion 111By Major John H. Burns.Organization of Searchlights in Artillery Regiments 115By Major Willard Irvine.Baton in the Knapsack 118By Staff &rgeant J.
R.
Ulmer.
Coast
Artillery Association Trophies 119Tr.tinin.g the Searchlight-Sound Locator. Team , 121By Captain John L. Goff.The Dangerous <trade '" '" 12:1By <JolonelRobert P. {}]assburn.Fa.cts and Fables 125By Prof€G80r A. L. Kibler.Emergency Methods of Fire ControI-Pa.rt IV 128By Major James T. Campbell.Warfare in the 18th Century .. " 131By Lieutpnant (Jolo11(>lJ. M.
&.llllllWII.
Military English as She
is
Wrote la-1-By S. Norton Bull.Suggestions for Better Reserve Training lar.By Capt.ain .1.osephE. Ml'MullplI.News and Comment
I:J7
Order of the Illustrious - Southprn Oalifol'llia &'hool of Fil'1'l- History of Nati.onaI Hunrd R<'p;impnts- Mon'About RevolutionarJ' War Stl'l'aJnprs-Now thp Ladi\',~art' Suhi><'rihinp;- Npw Ohaptl'r of nA. Association-
C'.A.
O:ffil'PI'Ag-ain lIonorNl- M"rl'ting' of thp C.A. A.~-sOl>iation- Swept Musil' - Thl' 41st C'.A. Pll'aS(' Notl'- Pilot Fish.Coast Artillery Activities
1 - 1 -
1News Letter frOIl1 "Th\' Gypsy Artillcl'y"-HawaiianNews Letter - Fort l[aeArthur Note/!.- C<Jrrl'girlol'News Letter- Fort
MOllI'{JP
Npws l,pttpl' -HarllorDE'fenses of Sandy Hook.Coast Artillery Board Notes 1-1-9Coast Artillery Orders 152The Foreign Military Press ,. 154Review\'ll b;rLieut.en:mt ('oloneIA. L. P. John~on.Book Reviews 158THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN PUBLISHED CONTRIBUTIONS
TIlE
CoASTARTILLERY
JOURNAL
pays 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, 1406 East 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 postageJIl"ovidedfor
in
Section 412, Act of October 3, 1917.Copyright, 1936, by the United States Coast Artillery As~ociatiOi1.

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