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Anti-Aircraft Journal - Oct 1952

Anti-Aircraft Journal - Oct 1952

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HONOR ROLL
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Original Honor Roll
88th
AAA Airborn
Sn
Lt.
Co/.
R.
B. Barry, Jr.228th
AAA
GroupCo/.
1.
H.
Pope 
I07th
AAA AW 
Sn
1M! 
Lt.
Col.
E. R.
McI.er30Sth
AAA
GroupCo/. John S. Moyer, N. Y.
Separate Commands
Army AAA Commandlieut. Gen. J.
l.
lewisThird
Army
Training CenterBrig. Gen. C. H. ArmstrongEast AAA CommandBrig. Gen. F.
l.
HoydenCentral AAA CommandCol. D. J. BaileyWest AAA CommandBrig. Gen. R. W. BerryHqs. Far East AAA Spec. Sch.Lt. Col. W. H. NicolsonGuided Missile Dept.AA
&
GM SchoolCol. F. M. McGoldricOfficer Candidate SchoolCol. K. R. KenericAAA Repl Training CenterCol. E. W. Heathcote
 Brigades
32nd AAA BrigadeCo/. M. W. May, Jr.34th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. R. R. Hendrix35th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. Homer Case38th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. W. E. Waters40th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. James G. Devine47th AAA BrigadeCol. G. C. Gibbs51 st AAA BrigadeCol. H. P. Hennessy56th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. H. F. Meyers103rd AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. R. Y. MooreI04th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. V. P. Coyne, Mall.105th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. A. H. Doud, N. Y.I07th
AAA
BrigadeBrig. Gen. J. W. Squire, Va.111 th AAA SrigadeBrig. Gen.
Chas.
G. Sage, N. Mex.112th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen.
J.
W. Cook, Calif.114th AAA BrigadeBrig. Gen. G. W. Fisher
Groups
I.t Composite GroupCol.
T.
H. leary4th AAA GroupCol.
l.
A. Bonilay6th AAA GroupCol. W. J. Wuest7th AAA GroupCol. M. J. Martin10th AAA GroupCol. G. R. Corey11 th AAA GroupIt. Col.
l.
S. Allen13th AAA GroupCol. W. A. Cauthen14th AAA GroupCol. H. E. Michelet16th AAA GroupLt. Co/. G. E. Brown19th AAA GroupCol. D. D. Martin65th AAA GroupCo/. S. E. Cordell142d AAA GroupCol. J. Snead, Ala.197th AAA GroupCol. A. S. Baker, N .. H.200th AAA GroupCol.
C.
M. Woodbury, N. Mex.205th AAA Group
Lt.
Col. J. H. Pindell207th AAA Group
Lt.
Col. R. G. Irish, N. Y.208th AAA GroupCol. F. J. Zeller211th AAA
Group
Col. G. F. lineham, Jr., Mall.214th AAA GroupCol. J. G. Johnson, Ga.216th AAA GroupCal. W. E. Johnson, Minn.21 8th AAA GroupCol. V. P. lupinacci, Po.220th AAA GroupCol. D. MacDuf224th AAA GroupCol. E. W. Thompson226th AAA GroupCol. John D. Sides, Ala.227th AAA GroupCol. P.
l.
Wall, Fla.
233rd 
AAA GroupCol. W. T. Stone, Calif.250th AAA Group260th AAA GroupIt. Col. G. V. Selwyn, D.
C.
302nd AAA GroupCol. John M. Welch, Ohio313th AAA GroupCo/. A. F. Hoehle326th AAA GroupCol. M. D. Meyers, Po.374th AAA GroupCol. T. F. Mullaney, Jr., Illinois51 5th AAA GroupCal. F. G. Rowell, N. Mex.
 Battalions
1st AAA Training Bn
Lt.
Col. H. E. Graham2nd AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col. J.
l.
Sutler2nd AAA Training Bn
Lt.
Col. J. H. Doyle3rd AAA AW BnIt. Cal. J. P. Goelll3rd AAA Tng. Bn.
Lt.
Col. A. S. Naylor4th AAA AW Bn IMI
Lt.
Col. R.
J.
Connelly4th AAA Training SnMaj.
C.
M. Smith5th AAA Training BnMaj. F. R. Whitehead, Sr.6th AAA Training Sn
Lt.
Col. G.
l.
Crawford, Jr.7th AAA AW BnIt. Col. S. J. Paciorek 8th AAA Training BnMaj. M. D. Kert9th AAA Training SnMaj. W. E. Osburn10th AAA Training Bn
Lt.
Cal. V. T. Terribile11th AAA AW BnLt. Col. J. E. Wales11 th AAA Training Sn
Lt.
Cal. A. O. Chillenden12th AAA Training BnMaj.
l.
E. Marlowe14th AAA Gun SnMoj. H. C. Lore15th AAA AW Sn (SPI
Lt.
Col. B. H. Johnson21 st AAA AW Sn (SPILt. Col. J. W. Dry32nd AAA AW SnMaj. Wm. A. Bobo34th AAA Gun SnIt. Col. H. B. Reubel36th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. G. W. Best37th AAA Gun SnMaj. R. G. Duncan38th AAA Gun BnLt. Col. S. R. Kelley39th AAA AW Bn IMILt. Col. P. J. lacey, Jr.41 st AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col.
C.
F. Chirico50th AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col. J. T. HennellY53rd AAA Gun BnMaj.
J.
M. Rutledge56th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. M. A. Selsor, Jr.60th AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col. Wm. D. Ward62nd AAA AW Bn (SPIIt. Col.
C.
E. Meadows63rd AAA Gun Sn
Lt.
Col.
C.
F. Coffey64th AAA Gun Bn.
Lt.
Col. D. B. Nye65th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. H.
C.
Brawn66th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col.
C.
M. Brown68th AAA Gun SnLt. Col. R. H. Stephens69th AAA Gun Sn
Lt.
Col. M. G. Meyer71 st AAA Gun SnIt. Col. E. G. Orrick 73rd AAA AW Sn
Lt.
Col. P. W. Pedrolli74th AAA Gun BnMaj.
l.
A. Waple76th AAA Gun BnLt. Col.
J.
D. Gemmell77th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. W. P. Wright, Jr.79th AAA Gun SnMaj. R. A. Boaz80th AAA Airborne Bn82nd AAA AW BnIt. Col. H. K. Clark 91 st AAA AW BnIt. Col. R. A. Clafee97th AAA Gun SnIt. Col. W. F. Corcoran120th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Cal. H. C. Gray, N. Mex.123rd AAA Gun BnIt. Col.
I.
E. Dominguez, P. R.126th AAA AW Sn
Lt.
Col. R. C. Carrera. Mall.127th AAA AW Bn (SPI
Lt.
Col. H. G. White, N. Y.133rd AAA AW Sn
Lt.
Col. E. J. Modjeske, Illinois137th AAA AW Sn
Lt.
Col.
l.
B. Tipton140th AAA AW SnIt. Col. E. S. Mathes144th AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col. R.
T.
Dunn150th AAA Gun IIn
Lt.
Co/.
l.
O. Ellis, Jr., N. C.256th AAA AW BnIt. Col. R. W. Hoag, Minn.259th AAA Gun BnMa;.
l.
T.
Dorey336th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. A. A. WhiteHOth AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. G. V. Selwyn, D.
C.
398th AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col.
l.
B. Dean443rd AAA AW Bn ISPIIt. Col. B. A. Spiller450th AAA AW SnLt. Col. B. N. Singleton459th AAA AW BnMaj. M. W. Johnson464th AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col. R. E. Glasgow502nd AAA Gun Sn
Lt.
Col. P. G. BrownS07th AAA AW BnIt. Col. J. M. Carson552d AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col.
l.
N. Rieman678th AAA AW BnMaj. J. B. Crayton, S. C.685th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. P. O. Franson, Mass.697th AAA AW BnMaj. W.
C.
Thompson, N. Mex.69Bth AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. F. Monico, Illinois70Bth AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Co/. F. F. Quist710th AAA Gun Bn.Capt. T. T. Chisman711 th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Co/. N. J. Walton, Ala.
II
2th AAA Gun BnMaj. F. N. Buchanan, Fla.716th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. Joe R. Stewart, N. Mex.717th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. E. D. Pelzer, N. Mex.718th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. J. J. Loughran720th AAA Gun Sn.It. Col. G. A. Duke, Calil.726th AAA Gun BnLt. Col.
C.
F. Arnold, N. Mex.730th AAA Gun BnIt. Col. C. D. Holliday, Calif.736th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. F. T. lynch, Dela.74Sth AAA Gun SnMaj. E. Mountain, Conn.747th AAA Gun BnIt:-Col. J. F. Kane, Mass.764th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. E. D. Wynsted772nd AAA Gun SnCol. F. S. Grant, Mall.773rd AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Cal. G. F. Slavin804th AAA AW Bn IMIMaj. S. N. Caudill, N. Mex.867th AAA A'll SnMaj. S. M. Arnold903rd AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col. F. J. Petrilli933rd AAA AW Bn
Lt.
Col. R. M. Huston950th AAA AW BnIt. Cal. J. P. Wallis, Ga.9515t AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
Col. W. G. Babbitt30th AAA
Lt.
BtryCopt. W. A. BrantBtry A, 37th AAA Gun Bn
Lt.
A. B. Whitesides(Continued on
poge 
28)
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THE UNITED STATESANTIAIRCRAFTASSOCIATION
Publiabed bimonthl" by the United States Antiaircraft Association. Editorial and executive ollic , 631 Pennsylvania Avenue, S.W.,Waahington 4, D. C. Terma: $3.00 per year. Foreign anbscriptions, $4.00 per year. Single copi 750. EnUred aa aecond-cla .. matt<!rat Washint:ton, D. C.: additional entry at Richmoncl. Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Copyright, 1952, hy the United States
Antiaircraft Auociation.
FOUNDED
in
1892
Published from 1892 until 1922 as
THE JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES ARTILLERY
Published from 1922 until 1948 as the
COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL
No.5
SEPTEMBER-OcrOBER, 1952
VOL.LXXXXV
CONTENTS
COVER: The 11th AAA AW Bn. (SP) commanded by Ll.
Co\.
John E. \Vales passes in review before I-Ion. \Valter J. Donnelly, former U. S. HighCommissioner for Austria, upon his departure from Salzburg to become U. S.Ambassador
to
Germany. u.s.
Arm)' Photo
SUPPLY: WORLD WAR II.
By Lieut. Cen. LeRoy
Lutes 2THE SP PLATOON SUPPORTS A CO;\IBAT PATROL.
 By Capt.
B. B.
Small
9
;\IERGER PROPOSAL-ASSOCIATION BALLOT 12WITH THE SEVENTH DiVISION IN KOREA.
 By
Lt. Co!.
James M. Moore
13THE SHELLING REPORT.
By Capt.
B. B.
Small
15INTEGRATED EDUCATION OF ARTILLERY OFFICERS 20RADAR OPERATORS.
By
Lt. Co!.
Leonard M. Orman
21SCR 584 Rt\DAR TIPS.
B)'
Capt. Floyd 
H.
Bjorklund 
22AW TRAINING IN THE AAA RTC.
By Cp!. Robert 
L.
Flora
24FORT BLISS NEWS " 25STATUS OF TRAINING LITERATURE.
By Major 
B. C.
Oberlin ..
281952 AAA ROTC SUMMER CA;\IP,
By Capt. Roy
P.
Rogers
29ANNUAL COAST AHTILLERY PARTY " 30ON-SITE PHYSICAL TRAINING.
By 1s
Lt.
Donald 
E.
Harkins
31THE DEVELOPMENT OF HEAVY ANTIAIHCRAFf ARTILLERY.
 By Col. William
J .
Wuest 
32GUIDED MISSILE PROPULSION.
By Capt. Patrick W. Powers
35THE MOST DIFFICULT JOB IN THE ARMY?
 By
Lt.
Rohert 
L.
 Hogan
38COST CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE 34TH AAA BRIGADE.
 By Major Theodore Wyckof
4053RD AAA BRIGADE.
By
Lt.
Loren
F.
Schmidtberger 
41GENERAL LEMNITZEH- THREE STARS. " " 42WITH THE AAA BRIGADES 43HAIL
AND
FARHVELL.
By Sgt. William
J.
Tobin ~
44NEWS AND CO;\IMENT 45ARTILLERY ORDERS 47
COLONEL CHARLES S. HARRIS. EditorLIEUTENANT COLONEL RICHARD W. OWEN. Associate Editor
l\I
Sgt Fred A. Baker. Business ManagerSgt leI James E. Moore, Jr., Editorial Assistant
BRIGADIERGENERAL ROBERTW. CRICHLOW, JR.BRIGADIERGENERAL CHARLES G. SAGECOLONEL THOMAS F. MULLANEY, JR.COLONEL NORMAN E. HARTMANLIEUTENANT COLONEL FRANCIS X. BRADLEYLIEUTENANT COLONEL H. GLEN WOODMAJOR JAMES E. CALKINS
ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THEEXECUTIVE COUNCIL
SECRETARY-TREASURER
COL. CHARLES S. HARRISLT. GEN. LEROY LUTESLT. GEN. LYi\IAN L. LHINITZER
The JOURNAL prinb articles on aubjecb o
professional and &'enerallnterest to personnel of 
the Antiaircraft Artillery in order to atlmulate
thouEht and provoke discussion. However,
opinions expressed and conclusion. drawn inarticles are in no sense official. They do not re-8K:t the opinions or rondalian. of any
official
or branch of the Department of the Army.The JOURNAL does not carry paid adnrtlaln&,.The JOURNAL pa"s for ori&'inal articles uponpublication. lIfanuscript should be addre .. ed tothe Editor. The JOURNAL is not responsible
for manuscripts unaccompanied by return
post_Ee.
The purpose of the Auociation shall be to prom(}te the efficiency of the Antiaircraft  Artillery by maintaining its standards and tra-ditions, by diueminating profeuional 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,branches and components of the Regula Army, National Guard, Organized Reserves,and Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
PUBLICATION DATE: October I, 1952
OFFICERS
HONORARY PRESIDENTPRESIDENT
LT. GEN. JOHN T. LEWIS
VICE-PRESIDENT

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