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Field Artillery Journal - Dec 1942

Field Artillery Journal - Dec 1942

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FIELDARTILLERYGUIDE
$
 
2
 .00
 
PER COPY
 Subject to members' discount, for which see page 964.
 
 Prepared and published by the staff of the Field Artillery Journal 
 
 Contains the latest dope on Firing,Survey, Camps, Marches, Preparationof Data, Etc.
 
 
ELEVEN (11) FIELD ARTILLERY GUIDES SHOULD GO TO EVERYBATTERY OF FIELD ARTILLERY, TRAINING OR FIGHTING
 
B. C. ....................................... 1R. O. ....................................... 1EX .......................................... 1Asst. Ex. ................................. 11st Sergeant ............................ 1Chiefs of Section .................... 5Motor Sergeant 1
11
Copies per  Battery Essential 
 
These men will also find one very useful and helpful:
 
Communications CorporalGunner CorporalInstrument Corporal
 
 
A READY, CONVENIENT REFERENCE BOOK MORE THAN 400 PAGES: ALL FACTEXTENSIVELY CROSS-INDEXEDREPLETE WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND EXAMPLESONLY BOOK OF ITS KIND AND SCOPEBOUND IN DURABLE FABKOTE
 
 
A SPECIAL EDITION WITH YOUR NAME EMBOSSED ON LEATHER COVER, $5
 Order throughTHE
U. S. FIELD ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION
 
1218 CONNECTICUT AVENUE WASHINGTON, D. C.
 
MAJOR JOHN E. COLEMAN,
 Editor 
 
MAJOR A. V. RUTLEDGE,
 Assistant 
 
LENNA PEDIGO,
 Business Manage
OUR COVER is an action shot fromGuadalcanal. The emplacement wastaken from the Japs, and is now beingused against them. Notice especially thatthe howitzer crew wears helmets, but noshirts; No. 5 is on the job, to shift thetrail; protective sandbags have beenmottled, and also have leaves to break their regular outline; there is good cover from air observation; ammunition isstored nearby, apparently in pits or smallcaves; the trail has been dug in, perhaps by recoil; and finally, the men look trimand happy.SERVICE, especially to those in thefield, is the aim of your J
OURNAL
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staff.Units bound overseas are finding of considerable value the cuts from J
OURNAL
 technical articles; they can be suppliedquickly if they have been published withinthe preceding twelve months.For example, we have just provided500 copies of the charts on page 346 of theMay, 1942, J
OURNAL
, as well as 500copies of the slide-rule charts whichappeared in October. In large quantities,the price gets as low as 1c apiece on mostcolumn-size cuts. Our printer is equallyglad to cooperate in making quick deliveries.REPRINTS of Captain Amory'sexcellent article on "Celestial Navigation"are still to be had at 25c, subject tomembers' discounts.BOUND VOLUMES of 1942J
OURNALS
can be had for $10 per volume,as some additional copies of each issuehave just come in. Unbound sets can be hadfor $6. These prices, however, apply
onlyuntil January 31, 1943
, and are
net 
.
The United States Field ArtilleryAssociation
 
ORGANIZED JUNE 7, 1910
 
President
 
Brigadier General George R. Allin
 
Vice-President
 
Major General Lewis B. Hershey
 
Executive Council
 
Brigadier General George R. Allin
 
Brigadier General William H. Sands
 
Brigadier General C. C. Haffner, Jr.
 
Brigadier General Rex W. Beasley
 
Colonel Alan L. Campbell
 
Colonel Thomas North
 
Colonel Ralph C. Bishop
 
Colonel Maurice W. Daniel
 
Lt. Col. George L. Hart, Jr.
 
Secretary-Treasurer
 
Major John E. Coleman
 
The Field Artillery Journal
"Today's Field Artillery Journal is tomorrow's training regulations."
 
DECEMBER, 1942—Vol. 32, No. 12
 
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Published monthly by the United States Field Artillery Association. Publication office 3110 Elm Avenue, Baltimore,Md. Business and editorial office, United States Field Artillery Association, 1218 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D.C. Address all communications to the Washington office. Entered as second class matter August 20, 1929, at the postoffice at Baltimore, Md. Copyright, 1942, by The United States Field Artillery Association. Subscription price $3.00;Canada $4.00; foreign $3.50; single recent copies to members, 25 cents; nonmembers, 35 cents. T
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does not accept paid advertising. It does pay for original articles accepted, but unsolicited manuscripts must be accompanied by return postage if they are to be returned.
 Addresses, and changes of rank, will be changed as frequently as desired, upon notification; not otherwise. Changes should reach the editor three weeks before date of next issue. Immediate notice should be given of any delay in the receipt of the magazine
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 Authors alone are responsible for statements made. No articles are official unless specifically so described 
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