THE COASTARTILLERY JOURNAL
Published as the Journal of the US. Artillery from
MAY-JUNE, 1937MAJOR AARON BRADSHAW,
VOLUME LXXXNUMBER 3
By Major E. H. Taliaferro}Jr.
THEMISUSE OF AIR POWER 230
THEWILL OF THE LEADER-IV 217
By Major Richard
ANTIAIRCRAFT RECORDS SECTION 244
By 1stLieutenant Frank
TELEPHONE AMPLIFIERS 249
TACTICS ISN'T COMMON SENSE , 252
COAST ARTILLERY ACTIVITIES 253
Fort Monroe News Letter-Hawaiian News Letter-Corregidor News Letter-Panama News Letter--San Francisco Notes-Fort Barrancas Notes-Sandy Hook Notes-Philadelphia Chapter, U.S.C.A.A.-Sacramento Chapter, U.S.CA.A.-Wash-ington Coast Artillery Club.
NEWS AND COMMENT 266
All-Time High-Retirement of Co!. Cloke-Colo-nel Pollitz, Member of Executive Council-AAEquipment, the Chief of Staff-Personnel Changes,O.CCA. - AA Artillery- Plans for SelectingWinner of Association Reserve Trophy - NightObservation Possibilities-New Type AA Target-British National Defense-Training AA Spotters-Mobile AA Searchlight Units-Training in the260th CA-607th CA(TD)-Air Defense.
OPEN FORUM 271COAST ARTILLERY BOARD NOTES 273COAST ARTILLERY ORDERS , 277THE CONTRIBUTORS 279BOOK REVIEWS 281
CHANGESIN ANTIAIRCRAFT TACTICS .... 237
By Major Willard Irvine
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SUBMARINEMINING 232
By Major Alva F. Englehart
PERSONNEL POLICIES 235
By Major Clare
THE FORTUNATE ISLANDS
By Major Bernard Smith
NO MEDALS 212
By Gerald V. Stamm
WAS LAWRENCE A GREAT SOLDIER?
By H. A. DeWeerd
ANTIAIRCRAFT MACHINE GUNNERY 207SECURITY 195
By Congressman James
PUBLICATION DATE, JUNE 1, 1937
\ 'Opinionsexpressed and conclusions drawn in articles are solely those of the authors and are in no sense official.~beyshould not be considered as those of the Chief of Coast Artillery or any other branch of the WaT Department.
pays for original articles upon 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 Reserves.Publication Offices,1406East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia; Editorial Offices, 111517th Street, N.W., Washington, D.
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 postage~vided for in Section 412,Act of October 3, 1917.Copyright, 1937,by the United States Coast Artillery Association.