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1937 CAJ V80 n6

1937 CAJ V80 n6

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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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!her-December,
1937
 
THE COASTARTILLERY JOURNAL
 published asthe Journal of the U.
S.
 Artillery from
1892
to 1922
NOVEMBER-DECEMBER, 1937MAJOR AARON BRADSHAW, JR., C.A.C.
Editor 
VOLUME LXXXNUMBER 6
CONTENTS
487
502
FRONTISPIECE 450INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS 451
 By Honorable Louis fohnson
GUNS IN SPAIN 453
 By An American War Correspondent 
MASTERY OF THE FUTURE 458
 By Major Generalf. G. Harbord 
ARMORED FORCES 462
 By Major General Heinz Guderian
SCHLIEFFEN 469
 By H. A. DeWeerd 
ROTC INSTRUCTION AIDS 477
 By Major William
C.
Braly
TELEVISION IN WAR 4S0
 By Major Edwin
C.
Mead 
DEFENDING OUR HARBORS 483
 By Colonelf. A. Green
TOWARD AN IDEAL
 By lm'ictus
BIL1BIDS' GUARD BATTALION 489
 By Lieutenant Colonel R. T. Gibson
PROMOTION 492
 By Lieutenant Colonel fohn
S.
Wood 
NEW CLAWS 496TRAINER FOR SOUND LOCATOR LISTENERS 500
 By Major E. G. Cowen
ZEISS MACHINE-GUN SIGHT
 By Major William Sack ville
NOTES ON THE 155-mm. GUN 505
 By Captain
C.
E. Rothgeb
FORT OBSERVATION PLANES 507
 By Captain Burgo
D.
Gill
THE CONVENTION 508COAST ARTILLERY ACTIVITIES 509The Chiefs Office- Fort Monroe - Hawaii-Corregidor - San Francisco - Fort Barrancas-West Point - Galveston - 519th CA.COAST ARTILLERY ORDERS 519NEWS AND COMMENT 520One Corps-One Magazine-Election of Officers-Training Opportunities-New Plans for Award oTrophies-Cover and Fan Mail-First U. S. AASchool-Recent Experience of Air Attack-Train-ing Movies-Moving a Giant Gun-AA GunsDevelop Fast-Ground vs. the Air-Bilbao Ques-tionnaire-Legion Defense Program-Army In-creases-Heat Detector for Spotting Planes-GHQAir Force Lessons-Bark Worse Than Bite-MineSunk 
Espana -
Spanish Military lessons - AAGun-AA Automatic Cannon-Camera Records-Balloon Barrage.COAST ARTILLERY BOARD NOTES 529THE CONTRIBUTORS 532BOOK REVIEWS 534INDEX, 1937 543PUBLICATION DATE, NOVEMBER
1, 1937
~s expressed and conclusions drawn in articles are solely those of the authors and are in no sense official.~ should not be considered as those of the Chief of Coast Artillery or any other branch of the War Department.
TH,E.COASTARTILLERYJODtNALpays for original articles upon publication. The COASTARTILLERYJOURXALdoes not carry paid~slng. Published bi-monthly under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the~ Artillery personnel of the Regular Army, National Guard and Organized Reserves. Publication Offices, 1406 East Franklin
&':......
,.'l?
Richmond, Virginia; Editorial Offices, 1115 17th Street. N.W., Washington, D.
C.
Terms: $4.00 per year. (Coast Artillery~tion members, $3.00per year.) Single copies, 75 cents. Entered as second class matter at Richmond, Virginia. under the Act of ~ 3, 1879,for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 412, Act of October 3, 1917. Copyright, 1937, by the~ States Coast Artillery Association.

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