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Coast Artillery Journal - Jun 1936

Coast Artillery Journal - Jun 1936

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ANTIAIRCRAFT EARS
MAY -JUNE, 1936
 
Gunners' Instruction
For
all
CoastArtillery Organizations. Fully meets the requirements of Training Regulations435-310(Examination for Gunners). Usedfor instruction
in
a number of R.O.T.C. units.
NUMBER
GUNNERS' INSTRUCTION PAMPHLETS
PRICE
I. 2nd Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Except Searchlight Battery) $0.75II. 2nd Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Searchlight Battery) 0.50III.
1st 
Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Except Searchlight Battery) 0.65IV.
1st 
Class Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery (Searchlight Battery) 0.40V. 2nd Class Gunner, Fixed Seacoast Artillery (All "Units) 0.55VI. 1st Class Gunner, Fixed Seacoast Artillery (All Units) 0.50 \'11. 2nd Class Gunner, ).fobile Seacoast Artillery(All Tractor-Drawn and Railway Cnits) 0.75VIII.
1st 
Class Gunner, ).fobile Seacoast Artillery(All Tractor-Drawn and Railway Units) 0.75IX. Expert Gunner, Antiaircraft Artillery 1.25X. Expert Gunner, Fixed Artillery 1.00XI. Expert Gunner, Mobile Seacoast Artillery 1.25XII. Submarine 1fining 1.50
These pamphlets recently have been revised and brought up-to-date. They cover the instruction of all2nd Class, 1st Class, and Expert Gunners of Antiaircraft, Fixed and Mobile Artillery.Invaluable for the training and instruction of Coast Artillery personnel. Each enlisted man of a submarinemine detachment should have a copy of "Submarine Mining."
The above prices are retail (postpaid) for single copies. To
ORGANIZATIONS
of the military establishment adiscount of 20% will be allowed on any order regardless of number.
F.O.B.
Washington, D. C.
••~~~=============================~~========~.
This bookis not a revisionof "Military Motor Trans-portation."
It
isa newbook compiled from authorita-tive sources.
PRICE
Durable Paper Binding, $2.50Leatherette Binding .. 3.00
Automotive Transportation
for the Military Service
 By
CAPTAIN JOHN
T.
DECAMP,
C.A.C.
and 
1ST LIEUT. LEW M. MORTON,
C.A.C.
 Instruetot's in Motor Transportation, Coast Artillery School
H
EREis a concise, technical discussion made available to the service at a time when such a book is inconsiderable demand. This one volume covers all necessary information concerning the design, opera-tion and maintenance of automotive transportation issued to the military service. The text has been
reviewed 
and
approved 
by Professor Erwin H. Hamilton, B.S., M.E., of New York University, acknowl-edged authority on automotive engineering.
Here are the Titles of 31 Fact-Filled Chapters:
Outline of Automotive Vehicle Construction. Engine Test and Performance.Explosive Cycles and Firing Orders. Diesel Engines.Cylinders, Pistons and Piston Rings. Clutches and Transmissions.Connecting Rods, Crankshafts and Fly-\Vheels. Universal Joints, Drive Shafts, and Differentials.Valves and Valve Operating Mechanisms. Rear Axles, Frames, Springs, and Shock Absorbers.Valve Timing. Brakes.Crankcase Lubrication. Front Axles and Steering.Engine Cooling Systems. Tires, Rims and Wheels.Fuel and Fuel-Feed Systems. Engine Overhaul.Elements of Carburetion. Automotive Vehicle Troubles.Carburetors. Painting.Elementary Electricity and Magnetism. Convoys.Storage Batteries. Organization and Supply.Battery Ignition Systems. :Methodsof Inspection.Starting ~fotors, Generators. and Lirshting Systems. Automotive ).faintenance.Theory of Internal Combustion Engines.
Prices are retail, postpaid.On any order for 10 ormore copiesa discount of 10% is allowed F.O.B.
Washington.
THESE ARE NOT PAID ADVERTISEMENTS
 
THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
 Member Affiliated Milita'1f Magazines
Published as the Journal of the U. S.
Artillery
from
1892
to 1922
LIEUT.
COL.
E. E.
BENNETT.
C.A.C.,
 Editor 
~-
---------------------------------------------------
VOLUME LXXIXMA Y-
JU N E ,
1936
Publication Date: June 1, 1936
Contents
NUMBER III
righting for Observation 163BJ' Major OlaireL. Chennault.Protectionof Marching Columns 168lodem Umpiring 169By Major William Hones.b Philippine Neutrality Practicable? 177By Major John C. Newton..!lombardmentof the Hart~epoo1s 179BJ' Captain W. A. Murley.RoughonFlies 186By Lieutenant A. S. Baron.training of the AA Searchlight Battery 187By Captain Arthur
B.
Nicholson.
!
Practical Improvised Radio Truck 194By Lieutenant George E. Keeler, Jr.EmergencyMethods of Fire Control- Part
V
195By Major James T. Campbell.ViTitlectionof the 251st C.A. 199By Major George C. McFarland.
A n
Antiaircnift Data Table .. , 201By Captain John E. Reierson.Organization of AA. Machine Guns 203BJ' Major Willard "'W.Irvine.May I Publish This? 204By
E.
X. Novitiate.War at the County Fair 206BJ' Captain Edward F. Adams.Forms of Attack Against Harbor Defenses 207
 B;y
Major Ira
B.
Hill.News and Comment 210The Tenth Legion - Orchids- Meeting of the-Asso,ciation - General Steele Resigns - Commandand Staff -How Did They Do
I t, -
C1hileanCoast ArtillerySehool- CorrectE"dvs. Uncorreded Range - Give theEditor a Break - When is a Sector Not a Se<ltor'Coast Artillery Activities 215News from the Gypsy ArtiIIefJ'-Fort Monroe NewsLetter - Corregidor News Letter - Panama Canal De-partment News Lette-r-Hawaiian News Lette-r-FortBarrancas Notes - News from Fort MaeArthur-Notes from the Harbor De-fensesof Sandy Hook.The Foreign Military Press 225Reviewedby Lieut. 001.A. L. P. Johnson.Coast Artillery Board Notes 229Coast Artillery Orders : 231BookReviews 234
TH E
COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN PUBLISHED CONTRIBUTIONS
THE
CoAST
ARTILLERY
JOURNAL
pays for original articles upon publication.Published bi-monthly under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the CoastArtillerypersonnel of the Regular Army, National Guard and Organized Reserve.Publication Offices,
1406
East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia; Editorial Offices,
1115
17th Street, N.W., Washington. D.
C.
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 postageJrovidedfor in Section 412,Act of October 3, 1917.Copyright, 1936,by the United States Coast Artillery Association.

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