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Field Artillery Journal - Nov 1945

Field Artillery Journal - Nov 1945

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Use Your Association's Book Department!
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 ALL BOOKS AVAILABLE
 
Books of all kinds are available, whether or not reviewed or advertised in your J
OURNAL
.Books on military or scientific subjects, fiction, books for children, classics for adults or children— 
all
books are available, if they are in print.
 ADVISORY LISTS
 
We will be glad to prepare for you a list of available books on any special subject inwhich you may be interested.
GIFTS
 
Let us help you solve your gift problems. Books are always welcome for birthdays, anniversaries, or Christmas, or in case of illness. We will be glad to send your choice, or to make an appropriateselection for you if you will outline the situation. Or if you want our suggestions beforeordering, just ask for them.
CONVENIENCE
 
You take care of many items in one place, pay with one check.
SAVINGS
 
For remittance with order, members save 10% on orders of $2.50 or more, 15% if theorder totals $15. We are glad to extend this to members' immediate families, too.
FAST SERVICE
 
All orders are processed the day they arrive. Books in stock are mailed that same day; othersare ordered shipped immediately, directly from the publisher to you so there is no time lost.
BOOKS SENT ANYWHERE
 
We ship to all theaters of war. And orders from any theater are shipped promptly, either overseas, or to family or friends back home.
Let Your Association Do Your Shopping!
 
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U. S. FIELD ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION
 
1218 Connecticut Avenue Washington 6, D. C.
 
 
LT. COL. JOHN E. COLEMAN.
Editor
 MAJ. BERTRAM H. WHITE.
Assistant
 LENNA PEDIGO.
Business Manager
"THE VOICE" on our cover doesn't singsmooth, soothing songs. Rather, it crackswith a tone of authority. Its Marine crew onOkinawa helped it lull a good many Japs tosleep, though.OUR CIRCULATION DEPARTMENTisn't keeping busy enough these days, hard asit is working. With the army's reshuffling,notices of change of address are flocking in, but judging from the number of magazinesreturned by the Post Office Department thereare a good many who overlook telling ustheir new whereabouts. If your friends aren'treceiving their copies, tell them to drop us aline giving their current addresses. And whenyou yourself move, be sure to advise usaccordingly.IN PEACE as in war, the JOURNAL willcontinue to be both interesting and useful toyou. Whether you are an officer or anenlisted man; in the permanentestablishment. National Guard, or reserve;or revert completely to civilian life—youwill still find its pages filled with items of value. Keep your membership alive—evenafter separation from the service youcontinue to be eligible for membership, youknow. And maybe best of all is the fact thatthrough our Book Department you canreadily save much more than the cost of membership, if you or your family do muchreading at all. It's just a care of "heads youwin"—but nobody loses!
 The United States FieldArtillery Association
 
ORGANIZED JUNE 7, 1910PresidentMajor General Lewis B. HersheyVice-PresidentMajor General Ralph McT. PennellExecutive CouncilMajor General C. C. Haffner, Jr.Major General Lewis B. HersheyBrigadier General William H. SandsColonel Stuart A. BeckleyColonel Ralph C. BishopColonel Michael Buckley, Jr.Colonel Alan L. CampbellColonel Malcolm R. CoxLieutenant Colonel F. Gorham Brigham, Jr.
 Secretary-Treasurer Lieutenant Colonel John E. Coleman
The Field Artillery Journal
 
NOVEMBER, 1945 — Vol. 35, No. 11
 
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Published monthly by the United States Field Artillery Association. Publication office 3110 ElmAvenue, Baltimore 11, Md. Editorial and general offices United States Field Artillery Association,1218 Connecticut Avenue, Washington 6, D. C. Address all communications for publication to theWashington office. Entered as second class matter August 20, 1929, at the post office at Baltifore,Md. Accepted for mailing at the special rate of postage provided in Sec. 1103, Act of October 3,1917, Copyright, 1945, by The United States Field Artillery Association. Subscription price $3.00;foreign $3.50; single recent copies to members, 25 cents; non-members, 35 cents. T
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does not accept paid advertising. It does pay for original articles accepted butunsolicited manuscripts must be accompanied by return postage if they are to be returned.
Addressesand ranks will be changed as frequently as desired, upon notification; not otherwise. Changesshould 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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