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Coast Artillery Journal - Feb 1931

Coast Artillery Journal - Feb 1931

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THE
COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
 Member Affiliated Military Magm,ines
Published astheJournal
U. S.
Artillery from
1892
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MAJ.
STEWART
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GIFFIN, C.
A.
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EDWIN
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CROUCH,
Business Manager 
Volume 74FEBRUARY, 1931
Contents
Number
2
Air View of Fort Crockett FrontispieceThe Effect of Aviation Upon the Missions of the CoastArtillery 91
By Col. P. P. Bishop, C.A.C.
New Developmentsin Warfare 99
By Gen. C. P. Summerall
The British Army Exercises of 1930 102
By Capt. B.
H.
Liddell Hart
Industry and National Defense 108
By Maj. Gen. GeorgeVan Horn Moseley,l:.S.A.
Coast Artillery Association Notes 139Coast Artillery Activities 140
Chief of Coast Artillery continues Inspection-KnoxTrophy Winner-Assignment of Offlcers to A.C.Tactical School-List of :N"ationalGuard Camps-Xew Submarine Mine Manual Distributed-Dedica_Hcmof Fort MonroeGolfClub-Fort AdamsC.M.T.Camp-Organization of Xew York Chapter of C.A.Assn.-H. D. of Sandy Hook (Maintenance Sched-ule)-H. D. of Galveston-The 61st C. A.
(AA)
ThE'69th C. A. (AA)-H. D. of Pensacola-l<'irstCorps of Cadets holds RE'ception-The 245th C.A.(X.YS.G.)-'rhe 260th C.A. (D.C.:N".G.)-C.A. Re-serve of District of Columbia-C.A. Ileserve uHartford.
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By Lieut. G. A. Hadsell, C.A.C.
110
Coast Artillery Board Notes
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Practical Peace-Time Leadership 113
By Maj. O.W. Griswold,Inf.
What's the Matter With the Reserve? 116
By Maj. F.
J.
Baum, 605thC.A.lRy)
Tables of Organization for the Antiaircraft Regiment.. 119Professional Notes ............................... 153
Air Corps Division Maneuvers-Devtce for TrainingSpotters-The Radio Telephone-War DepartmentGeneral Council.
Coast Artillery Orders 158You Tell Em
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159
Commentson "Tracers vs. Sights" 130
By Machine Gunner~Iaj. Foote's letter on MechanicalData Computers-Gen. Kilbourne's letter on Corregldor SwimmingPool.
Current Events Overseas 135Radio in the Philippines 133
By 1st Lieut. A. D. Whittaker, Jr., C.A.C.
Cooperation
By Capt. Harry R. Pierce, C.A.C.
134
Book Reviews 126
Reminiscences of a Marine-Northcliffe--Grigins of the World War-Kaiser and Chancellor-Genesis of the "WorldWar-Europe since 1914-The King'sMinion-Outlines of the Worlds Military History-Refutation of the Versailles War Guilt Thesis-Military Operations, Egypt and Palestine.
The COASTARTILLERYJOURNALpays for original articles upon publication.Published monthly under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the CoastArtillery personnel of the Regular Army, National Guard and Organized Reserve.Publication Offices,Telegraph Press Building, Cameron and Kelker Sts., Harrisburg, Pa.; Editorial Offices,111517th Street,X. W., Washington, D. C.Terms: $4.00 per year. (Coast Artillery Association members, $3.00 per year). Single copies, 50 cents.Entered as second class matter at Harrisburg, :pa., Feb. 12, 1931, under the Act of March 3, 1879, for mailing at specialrate of postage provided for in Section 412, Act of October 3, 1917.Copyright, 1931, by the COASTARTILLEEYJOURNAL.

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