published asthe Journal of the U.S.Artillery from
MAJOR AARON BRADSHAW, JR., C.A.C.
VOLUME LXXXNUMBER 5
FRONTISPIECE-Launching a Mine Planter .... 370PROPOSED 3-INCH AA GUN 410TROPHIES 417THE FALL OF A FORTRESS 371
By Sewell T. Tyng
MORE POWER 381
B)' Captain Riley F. Ennis
FOURTH ARMY MANEUVERS
By Colonel R.
412DIFFICULTY IS OPPORTUNITY 386
By Major General Johnson Hagood
SWORD OF THE BORDER
By Fletcher Pratt
389COAST ARTILLERY ACTIVITIES 420The Chief's Office-Fort Monroe-Hawaii-Cor-regidor - Panama - San Francisco - ThroughTexas with the 69th-25oth Takes the FieId-Fort Totten.AIRPLANES CAN BE STOPPED 396
By Major Robert
AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY FOCH 402
By Lieutenant Colonel A.
THE MILITARY SUN ROSE EARLY IN THEEAST 404
By Captaill William
NEWS AND COMMENT 433Pay Increase - Circulation Getters - Changes inthe Chief's Office- Diesel Electric Drive MinePlanter - CA Ass'n Convention - What OurReaders Think-AA Instruction for ROTC Units-AA Firings Over Land Areas-AA Defense.COAST ARTILLERY BOARD NOTES 437SUMMER COMPLAINT
By Captain Gunner
407COAST ARTILLERY ORDERS " 440THE CONTRIBUTORS 441CHINA TOUR 408BOOK REVIEWS 442PUBLICATION DATE, OCTOBER 1, 1937
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