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Coast Artillery Journal - Aug 1931

Coast Artillery Journal - Aug 1931

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01/31/2013

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Can you imagine a Surgeon ignorantof Physiology
and
Anatomy? or worse,a Coast Artilleryman ignorant of the
Tactics
1 ! 1
Technique
o
CoastArtillery
Tactics and Technique, Coast Artillery, Basic, and Tactics and Technique,CoastArtillery, Advanced,
have been especially prepared under the supervision of THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL. They are authoritative and up-to-datewith War Department changes to April, 1931.
 Basic
This bookcontains over 900pages and over 550illustrations, maps and diagrams. Printed onglazed book paper, in large type, and bound insubstantial waterproof leatherette.
CONTENTS
The Army of the United StatesManagement of the American SoldierMilitary Courtesy and DisciplineDrill and Command. Physical DrillRifle Marksmanship. Pistol MarksmanshipManual of the PistolManual of the SaberMilitary Hygiene and First AidNomenclature and Care of Guns and CarriagesA=unitionRiggingThe 155-mm.Gun and CarriageService of the Piece 155-mm. Gun3-inch Antiaircraft Gun, Model 1918Service of the Piece, 3" Antiaircraft GunTelephones. Position Finding InstrumentsPlotting BoardsPrediction and Correction DevicesSpotting DevicesDuties of the Range SectionAiming and LayingAiming and Laying Antiaircraft ArtilleryPosition Finding Instruments for Antiaircraft ArtilleryIndication and Identification of Targets ,Definitions
Price $4.50,Postpaid 
 Advanced 
This bookcontains over 1,000pages and nearly300illustrations, maps and diagrams. Printed onglazed book paper, in large type, and bound inwaterproof leatherette.
CONTENTS
The Role of Seacoast FortificationsEffects of Aviation upon Missions of Seacoast ArtilleryPosition Finding SystemGunnery. Conduct of FireAnalysis, Drill and Target PracticePosition Finding and Gunneryfor Antiaircraft ArtilleryTactical Employment of Heavy ArtilleryTactical Employment of Antiaircraft ArtilleryArtillery MaterielOrientation. Field EngineeringMap Reading and Military SketchingInterpretation of Aerial PhotographsMilitary Law and OfficersReserve Corps RegulationsMilitary History and PolicyAdministration and Supply
Price $6.00,Postpai
This comprehensive, authoritative Mili-tary Library in 2 volumes is a boon toReserve Officers who do not receive TR'sgratis.
These Companion Volumes should be in the Library of Every Officerand ofEveryBattery in the Coast Artillery
THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
1115
17th Street N.W., Washington, D. C.
THIS 15 NOT A PAID ADVERTISEMENT
 
THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
MembeT
Affiliated Milita'YY Maga",ines
Published as
the
 Journal
U. S.
Artillery from.
1892
to
1922
MAJ.
STEWART S. GIFFIN, C.
A.
C.,
Editor 
EDWIN
H.
CROUCH,
Business Manager 
Volume 74JULY...AUGUST, 1931
Publication Date: August 1, 1931
Contents
Number 5
Frontispiece 322Fire Control Major Caliber Long Range Guns 323By Capt. James T. Campbell, C. A. C.The 51st Crosses Hampton Roads 329
By 
Capt. L. C. Mitchell, C. A. C.The Zeebrugge Raid 333By Major S. S. VlCinslow,C. A. C.With the Mechanized Force on Maneuvers 338By Capt. Arthur R. Wilson, F. A.The Military Situation of Central Europe 343By Lt. Gen. Constantin von Altrock, German ArmyRadio at Fort 'Mills (1929-1930) , , ....346By Captain Creighton Kerr, C. A. C.The Development of War Department Organization andPlans for Industrial Mobilization 347By 1st Lt. H.
S.
Bishop, Jr., C.
E.
North of Sixty-Three , 351By Frances Stuart KobbeProfessional Education of National Guard 356By Co. William H. ":aldron, Inf.
An
Antiaircraft Burst Plotter 360By Tech. Sgt. John
'V.
Xelson, C. A. C.A Typical Fight
in
Open Warfare 362By Capt. A. von Schell, German ArmyNothing is Wrong with the Reserves 365By Lt. Co!. H. A. Finch, C. E.Ponderings on Reserve Problems •....•.............. 368By Capt. Victor Gondos, Jr., 510th C. A.
(AA)
Events Overseas 370By Lt. Co!. Herman Beukema, Professor,
e.
S.Military Academy.National Guard Notes ............................. 374
L T S€.>
of Xational Guard TrooP3
Dur'n~ a
Hiot in
Georgia: By Capt. Fra"k A. Kopf. U~d Inf.Coast Artillery Board Notes 376Professional Notes .... ,........................ 378Scanning with Antiaircraft Searchlights: By Capt.A. M. Jackson, C. A. C.-Cbanges in Coast Artil-lery Target Practice Instruction Order-Qualifica-tions of Reserve Officers to Attend the C and GSSchool-Don't Go Off Half Co<:'ked!Coast Artillery Activities .......................•. 380A Combined Tactical Exercise and Battle Practicefor a Seacoast Groupment-Officers' Courses, CoastArtillery Schoo!. 1931-32-Enlisted Men's CoursesCoast Artillery School, 1931-32-The Coast Artil-lery School 1931-32-Coast Artillery at Commandand General Staff School, 1931-32.,-Coast Artilleryat Army War College. 1931-32-Coast ArtillerySpecial Students, 1931-32-Searchlight Exercises atFt. Humphreys--Coast Artillery Reserve of NewYork-Harbor Defenses of Manila and Subic Bays-Harbor Defenses of Boston-First Coast Artil-lery District-The 62nd Coast Artillery, Fort Tot-ten-The 61st Coast Artillpry
(AA),
Fort Sheri-dan-The 69th Coast Artillery
(AA),
Fort Mc-Clellan, Ala.-The 212th Coast Artillery
(AA)
(N.Y. X. G.)-The 248th Coast Artillery (HD) (Wash.X. G.)-Coast Artillery Reserve Fifth Corps Area.Coast Artillery Orders 392Book Reviews 394Xew Wars: Xew vVeapons--The American BlacChamber-Loyalties-Mesopotamia, 1914-1917-WithMeade at Gettysburg-The Martial Spirit-In theEnemy's Country-Memories of the ":orld War.The COASTARTILLERYJOURNALpays for original articles upon publication.Published bi-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, 1115 17th Street,
N. W.,
Washington, D. C.Terms: $4.00 per year. (Coast Artillery Association. members, $3.00 per year). Single copies, 75 eents.Entered as second class matter at Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 12, 1931, under the Act of March 3, 1879, for mailing at special
rate
of postage provided for in Section 412, Act of October 3, 1917.Copyright, 1931, by the United States C03,lltArtillery Association.

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