Vol. 33 No. 10 ……. Cover: The fitting cover photo shows Marines on Rendova Island, shelling Munda airport, 11 miles away, with their M1 155-mm gun. ….. Articles:
Marine Field Artillery ON Guadalcanal By Brig. Gen. P. A. del Valle, U.S.M.C.
Guadalcanal’s Artillery By Lt. Col. Robert C. Gildart, FA
A Firing Battery on Guadalcanal By Capt. John F. Casey, Jr., FA
Notice of Annual Meeting, U. S. Field Artillery Association
Tactical Use of Base-Ejection Smoke Shell By Lt. Col. W. Burrell, RAGuadalcanal Letter From Lt. Col. James J. Heriot, FA
Routes into Europe, Part V By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Circular GFT for the 155-mm Gun, M1A1
Aiming Post Solutions for the Heavies By Col. J. F. Colter, FA
Rapid Offsets By W. W. Edson
Tubes on Tracks By Lt. Col. G. B. Jarrett, Ord.
Song of the Eighty-Second By Col. John M. Jenkins, Jr., FA, and Mrs. John M. Jenkins, Jr.
Perimeters in Paragraphs by Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Forward Observation in Africa By Lt. Richard D. Bush, FA
Up Forward By Lt. Carl M. Johnstone, Jr., FA, as told to Maj. Edward A. Raymond, FA
Artillery Tank Support By Col. Hamilton H. Howze, Cav.
German “Salvage” Self-Propelled Artillery By Lt. Richard B. Kline, FA
1st Infantry Division Artillery By Lt. Col. E. S. Bechtold
Sedjenane-Bizerte: April 8-May 7, 1943 By Col. Douglas J. Page, FA
Tunisia’s Burma Road By Lt. B. H. Kerr, FA
A Flexible Smoke-Puff Range By Capt. L. E. Pratt, FA
Not in the Book
Diary of War Events