THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
Affiliated Military Mag""' ..es
U. S. Artillery
E. E. Bennett, C.A.C., Editor
PublicationDate: October1, 1933.
Notes of the Coast Artillery Association .Frontispiece .
The Siege of Malta-A Coast Defence Epic
The R.O.T.e. at the University of Cincinnati
By Capt. Porter P. Lowry, C.A. C.
The Dispersion Slide Rule for Use in Fire AdjustmentProblems with Simulated Fire .
Prepared u-der Direction of Commandant CoastArtillery School. '
Armored Fighting Vehicles in Action .........••.....
By Lieut. Robert J. leks, Inf. (Tanks) Reserve.
325330331335Organization and Operation of a Coast Artillery Main-tenance Detachment 371
T. Gibson,C.A. C.
News and Comment 373
Submarine Mine Manual Added to Gunners' In-struction Pamphlets-Coast Artillery Trophy-Meetthe Armyand Navy-New PolicyAffectingDetailofStudentOfficers-Coast ArtilleryStudentOfficers.
Coast Artillery Activities 375
Hawaiian Separate Coast Artillery Brigade NewsLetter-Secretary of War Visits Fort MacArthur-Fort Barrancas Notes-Coast ArtilleryActivitiesinPanama-Fort H. G.Wright Holds an ImpromptuAnimal Transportation Show.
Coast Artillery Board Notes 382
Projects CompletedSince the Last Issue of theJouRNAL-Projects Under Consideration.
Bootleg Maintenance .
By Captain C. D. Hindle,C. A. C.
The Foreign Military Press .
Reviewedby MajorAlexanderL. P. ;Johnson,Inf.
Recognition of Merits and Deficiencies 345
ByMajor Ralph E. Jones, Infantry.
The Grand Strategy of the World War 347
By Captain GordonGordon-Smith.
An Aid for the Instruction of Small Units , 353
By 1st Lt. Herbert F. McG.Matthews,Inf.
Air Maneuvers on the West Cosst 355
ByLt. Col.JohIllD. Reardan, General Staff (AC).
National Guard Training Activities 391
Coast ArtilIery Activities at Fort Ontario-The248thC.A.,W. N. G.,WrecksTwoTargets inOnePractice-Details for ServiceSchool-Armory DrillPay-FamilY Lifein the 243rdC. A. (HD), R. I.N. G.-193B Field Training of the 1146thC. A.(HD), Florida.National Guard.
National Guard Notes .•..•...•.....••.••......•.•• 395
Operationsof National Guard---CarryState Flag-Guard-O-GTams-Getting Things Donein:the O.
C.---CoastArtillery AssociationDance, San Fran-ciscoChapter.
News of Victory .
By Thomas M. ;Johnson.
East of Sue~olombo .
Cosst Artillery OrdersBook Reviews .397
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THE COASTARTILLERYJOUJl,NALpays 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: $400 per year. (Coast Artillery Association members, $3.00 per year). Single copies, 75 cents.Entered as second class matter at Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 12, 1931, under the Aet of Mareh 3, 1879, for mailing at speeialrate of postage provided for in Section 412, Act of Oetober 3, 1917.Copyright, 1933, by the United States Coast Artillery Association.