THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
Member Affiliated Military Magazines
Published us'the Journal of the U. S. Artillery from
VOLUME LXXVIIMARCH-APRIL, 1934
Public.ation Date: April 1, 1934
The United States Coast Artillery Association 82General Gulick's Message to the Corps 83Notes of the Coast Artillery Association 84Another Trophy GoesWest , " 85Frontispiece 86The Role of Defensive Pursuit, Part III 87By Captain Claire L. Chennault, Air CorpsMiniature Service Firing 93By Colonel H. E. Cloke, 2nd C.A.The Air Corps and National Defense 94'. By the Honorable George H. DernPolicies " 99By Colonel
Capitalizing Leisure in the C.C.C : :.. 102By Captain William W. Wertz, C.A.C.ARailroad Artillery Problem 105By Captain P. W. Lewis, 4th C.A.Care of .50 Caliber Machine Guns ~ 111By Captain A. W. Waldron,
Military History: A Definition 112By Lieut. CoI.Robert Arthur, C.A.C.Improvised Mobile Machine Gun Nests 114A Trip to Bagnio 117By Lieutenant Robert
Wood, C.A.C.Can We Broaden Our Basic Education? 120By Lieutenant Burgo D. Gill, C.A.C.Howthe Trophy Was Won 121By Captain L. D. Farnsworth, C.A.C.Rigid Towing Device for Motor Trucks 123By Captain L. A. Whittaker, 62nd C.A. (AA)Excaliber Long Range Practice and Ex-Ex-Caliber Practices 125By Major Le
LutesNew Type Testing for Gunners' Examinations 127By aaptain WaIter F. Parker and Lieut. Pewr E.DunnelIy, 243d
Coast Artillery Activities 130Fort Monroe News Letter-Corregidor Notes-FortMacArthur Notes-Much Activity at Fort H. G.Wright-Hawaiian- Separate Coast Artillery BrigadeNews,Letter-Panama CanalDepartment NewsLetter.News and Comment 139Army Control is Best Way to Run CWA-ForeignService Cannot Be Shortened by Giving Up Leave .of Abtlence-Why Not a Pay Day Each Saturday~-More About the Same Thing-Paging Ethel.Coast Artillery Board Notes ~ 141Coast Artillery Orders 144The Foreign Military Press 145Reviewedby Major Alexander L. P. Johnson, Infantry.National Guard Notes 151248th Coast Artillery Battalion Improves ArmoryDrill-What is Going on in the 240th C.A.,
N.G.-Some Source Materials for the History of the Na-tion::wGuard.Reserve Notes " 153Reserve Officers-Why Do They Do It~-Notes onReserve Activities Second Coast Artillery District-RiehmondAssociation Meeting-Some Statistieal Dataon the Officers' Reserve Corps.Book Reviews " 158THE COASTARTILLERY JOURNAL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OPINIONS EXPRESSEDIN PUBLISHED CONTRIBUTIONSTHE COASTARTILLERYJOURNALpays for original articles upOnpublication.Published bi-month1y under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the CoastArtillery personnel of the Regular Army, National Guard aad Organized Reserve.Publication Offices, 1406East Franklin Street, Richrn<illd,Virginia; Editorial Offices,111517th Street, N.W., Washington, D.
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second class matter at Richmond, Virgiina, under the Act of March 3, 1879,for mailing at special rate of postageprovided for in Section 412, Act of October 3, 1917.Copyright, 1934 by the United States Coast Artt1lery Association.