The Field Artillery Journal 1943 03 (PDF)


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Vol. 33 No. 3 ……. Cover: M-7 self-propelled 105-Howitzers (on medium tank chassis) graces this March cover. Scourge of Nazi tanks, it is mobile, fleet, accurate, and powerful. ….. Articles:
Crete Correspondence By Lt. J. P. Dill, New Zealand FA
Mountain Jaegers in the Conquest of Crete, May 1941
Dunkirk in the Mediterranean By Allen A. Michie
The British 6-Pounder
German Armored Formations in Libya By Col. H. B. Latham
Artillery in Tank Support By “Sarkie”
The Honorable Artillery Company By Claud Golding
Libyan Letter
Soviet Motor Maintenance on Winter Marches By T. Varshavski
Organization of the German Defense By Major C. Lopatin
Artillery of a German Tank Division
The Autumn, 1942, Campaign in Russia By Col. Conrad H, Lanza
Tanks at Fort Sill
Antitank Thoughts By Col. M. J. Colbuck
Tunisian Experiment By Capt. Norman J. Kinley, FA
“The Red Guidon” (Song) By Col. Gerald Griffin
Rapid Camouflage By Lt. Daniel H. Sherman, FA
Back Toward Fundamentals By Ma}. A. R. Hercz, FA
Weapons Instruction at the Tank Destroyer School By Capt. R. S. Van Duzer, FA
The Employment of Corps Artillery By Col. John J. Burns, FA
Naval Gunfire in Support of Landing Operations By Lt. Robert H. Bingham, FA, and Ensign Herbert C. Manning, U.S.N.R.
Abandon Ship! By Capt. Edward A. Raymond, FA
Perimeters in Paragraphs by Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Chemical-Puff Terrain Board – F.A.S. Variant
Fewer Bottlenecks By Capt. Roger Wilco
Time Bracket By Major Frank C. Narvell, FA
“Celestial” Comments By Capt. Joseph M. Battle
Major Amory’s Reply
Diary of War Events
Book Reviews