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Anti-Aircraft Journal - Apr 1950

Anti-Aircraft Journal - Apr 1950

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MODEL D2
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features
Discount toWith SpecialPrice $46.50
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ALL ALUMINUM.
Not a splinter of wood
to
warp,wear or tear.
LIGHT AS A FEATHER-almost.
Only eight poundsif you want us
to
be technical.
RUGGED 
as the Rock of Gibraltar. It will take themeanest abuse.
PORTABLE 
because it folds flat as a pancake.
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thick by 38%" high by 28%" wide.
INST ANT ANEOUS.
You can unfold it and set it upin 5 seconds flat unless you are all thumbs.
WRITING PA
feature eliminates need for messyblackboard.
CHART HOLDERS 
of improved design. Will accom-modate many charts at several heights, even if theyare as big as the side of a barn.
*
TABLE MODEL AND FLOOR MODEL
combined inone. It's really tricky.
HANDSOME.
Modern in appearance, satin alumi-num finish. As sleek as a greyhound.
PRACTICAL
Rube Goldberg had no pare in itsdesign.
INDISPENSABLE 
because a good easel is necessaryfor conducting many types of conferences andmeetings.
*
TIME SAVER 
because it puts an end to improvisa-tion.
 For full details
write-
631 Penns~'lvania Avenue, N.W.WASHINGTON 4,
n.c
 
No.2
MARCH-APRIL, 1950
CONTENTS
VOL. LXXXXIII
Founded in 1892Published from 1892 until 1922 as
THE JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES ARTILLERY
Published from 1922 until 1948 as the
COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
Page
A0:ALYSIS OF AUTOi\IATIC WEAPONS LEAD REQUIBE-i\1ENTS.
By Captain Harold Broudy, CA
2TRAINING GROUP REPLACES GUIDED i\IISSILESREGIMENT AT FORT BLISS 7FOHT BLISS BOOK DEPARTMENT 8OUR ANTIAIRCRAIT HAS A BRIGHT FUTURE. ~
 By Colonel Donald 
J.
Bailey, GSC (CAC)
9
TEST YOURSELF ON RADAR.
 By Lieutenant Colonel Leonard M. Orman, CA
15
RECONNAISSANCE, SELECTION
AN
OCCUPATION OF PO-SITION FOR FIELD ARTILLERY.
 By Lieutenant Colonel Edward 
S.
Berry, FA
21THE ROTC FROM A TO Z.
By Colonel
E. W.
Timberlake, CA
25AAA PROTECTION OF A RIVEn CROSSING-REMAGEN.
 By Lieutenant Colonel
C. G.
Patterson, GSC (CAC)
29GREAT ADVANCE IN RADAR
AND 
TELEVISION PROMISEDBY SIGNAL CORPS "G-STRING" 31HONOR ROLL 32MIDNIGHT OIL FOn REDLEG LAMPS.
 By Lieutenant Colonel Dale
E.
Means, FA and  Major Raymon
J.
lVi/son,
Jr.,
FA
33PART OF RECORD BREAKING ARMY ROCKET RECOVEREDAT WI-IITE SANDS 37ABOUT OUR AUTHORS 38A PLAN FOR THE TRAINING OF UNASSIGNED RESERVISTS.
 By Lielltenant Colonel John
J\;1.
King, GS
39THE FAST SUBMARINE.
By
Ia
Bremmer
40ORGANIZED RESERVE CORPS TRAINING FACILITIES 41OUR BANNER STILL WAVED.
By Jerome Kearflll
44TEST YOURSELF
ON 
HADAR (ANSWERS) 45GENERAL
J.
LAWTON COLLINS-ADDRESS 49MODEL GUN TRAINER AIDS GUARD 52AM AT THE BRIDGE
By Mr/Sgt.
R.
L.
Dineley, CA
53THIRD ARMY CIVILIAN COMPONENT TRAINING 54INDUSTRY-ARMY CONFERENCE AT NEW ORLEANS 55AM INSTRUCTION TEAMS 55THE ARMY IN CIVIL DEFENSE 56NEWS AND COMMENT 58COAST ARTILLERY ORDERS 60BOOK LIST 62
COLONEL W. I. BRADY, EditorLIEUTENANT COLONEL RICHARD W. OWEN, Associate EditorM Sgt Fred P. Presnell, Business ManagerSgt Ralph N. Charleston. Cir. l\lgr.Sgt
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Fred A. Baker, Bookkeeper
PUBLICATION DATE: April I. 1950
BRIGADIER GENERAL S. R. MICKELSENBRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN C. HENAGANCOLONEL CHARLES M. BOYERCOLONEL JOHN H. MADISONLIEUTENANT COLONEL PAT M. STEVENS, IIIMAJOR BERGEN B. 1I0VELLMAJOR EDWARD T. PEEPLES
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THEEXECUTIVE COUNCIL
The JOURNAL prinu articles on subjec:u of 
professional and general interesttopersonnel
of all the compon.nts of the Coast Artill •..,.
Corps in order to stimulate thoUK'ht and pro-
voke discus-sian. However, opinions expressed
and conclusions drawn in articles are in no
aenae official. They do not reflect the opinions
or conclusions of any official or branch of the
D.partm.nt of the Army.Th. JOURNAL do.s not carry paid adv.rti ••in&,.Th. JOUR:oJAL pay. for orilrinal articl.s
Upon
publication.
~Ianu!lcript
Ihould be ad-
dr.... d to the Editor. Th. JOURNAL i. not
responsible for manuscripts unaccompanied
by
return postage.
The purpose of the Association shall be to promote the efficiency of the Coast ArtilleryCorps by maintaining its standards and tradi-tions, by disseminating professional knowl-edge, by inspiring greater effort toward theimprovement of materiel and methods of training and by fostering mutual understand-ing, respect and cooperation among all arms,b"l1/ches and components of the Regula Army, National Guard, Organized Reserves,and Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
COL. W.
1.
BRADY
SECRETARY-TREASURER
OFFICERS
LT. GEN. LEROY LUTES
THE UNITED STATESCOAST ARTILLERYASSOCIATION
PRESIDENT
MAJ. GEN. LYMAN L. LEl\lNITlER
VICE-PRESIDENT
~Qb1i~hedbimonthly by the United States Coast Artillery Association. Editorial and executive offices. 631 Pennsylvania Avenne, N.W.•a;ln~on 4, D. C. Terms.:. $3.00 per year.. Foreign subscriptions, $4.00 per )'ear. Single copies, 75c. Entered as second-class matter
'C o
tashl,!gtGn, D. C:;. addItional entry at RIchmond, Va., under the Act of MarclJ 3, 1879. Copyright, 1950, by the United Statesast ArtIllery ASSOCIation.
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