THE UNITED STATESANTIAIRCRAFTASSOCIATIONOFFICERS
LT. GEN. LEROY LUTES
i\IAJ. GEN. WILLARD W. IRVINE
1892Published from 1892until 1922asTHE JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES ARTILLERYPublished from 1922until 1948as theCOAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
~blished bimonthly by the United States Antiaircraft Association. Editorial and executive offices. 631 Pennsylvania Avenue,
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~~shington. D. C.; additional entry at Richmon'!. Va., under the Act of Yarch 3, 1879. Copyright, 1952, by the United Stateshalrcraft Association.
COL. CHARLES S. HARRIS
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THEEXECUTIVE COUNCIL
BRIGADIER GENERAL ROBERT W. CRICHLOW, JR.BRIGADIER GENERAL CHARLES G. SAGECOLONEL THOMAS F. MULLANEY, JR.COLONEL NORMAN E. HARTMANLIEUTENANT COLONEL FRANCIS X. BRADLEYLIEUTENANT COLONEL H. GLEN WOODMAJOR JAMES E. CALKINS
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':UBLICATION DATE: April I, 1952
COVER: 250th AAA Group, Col. M. Lazar, Commanding, fire 120-mmgun during inspection of their positions
l\laj. Gen. \VillardW. Irvine.SUPPLY REORGANIZATION FOR WORLD WAR II.
2COLONEL HENNIG AND THE 10TH AAA GROUP 7ANTIAIRCRAFT" ARTILLERY IN KOREA.
8AIR DEFENSE MORE DIFFICULT FOR RUSSIA THAN FOR U.S.
13FIRE CONTROL SYSTEi\1 SCR-584.
By Major Francis M. COllllelly 16
AIDS TO TARGET SELECTION.
By Major M.
GENERAL PORTER MAKES HISTORY.
By Jerome Kearful
19WITH THE 15TH AAA AW BATTALION (SP).
By Capt. Charles
THE SAGA OF "WHISTLING DICK."
22KNOW YOUR FRIENDLY AIRCRAFT" 24THE FIRST DAYS IN KOREA.
By Brig. Gen. George
26HONOR ROLL 30OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL AT FORT BLISS.
By Capt. Joseph
By Maj. Gen. Terry Allen
32TRAINING IN THE 35TH AAA BRIGADE.
By lV1ajor Villa Carter
34FORT BLISS ACTIVITIES 35PLOTTING BY VIEWCASTER.
By Sgt. William
3656TH AAA BRIGADE.
By 1st Lt. Donald
37CAMP STE\VART ACTIVITIES 38WATCH YOUR RCAT'S.
By IHajor Theodore Wyckoff and
88TH AIRBORNE BATTALION-EXERCISE SNOWFALL.
By Capt. Blaine
4 IBOOK REVIEWS 43NEWS
COi\IMENT 44ARTILLERY ORDERS 47
COLONEL CHARLES S. HARRIS. EditorLIEUTENANT COLONEL RICHARD W. OWEN, Associate EditorM Sgt Fred A. Baker, Business ManagerSgt leI Ralph N. Charleston, Cir. l\lgr.Sgt leI James E. Moore, Jr., Editorial Assistant