The Field Artillery Journal 1944 01 (PDF)


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Vol. 34 No. 1 ……. Cover: Our Cover Photo was taken 8 miles south of El Guettar on March 21, 1943. ….. Articles:
Some Tunisian Details By Col. C. C. Benson, Cav.
Sidi Bou Zid to Sbeitla By Lt. Col. E. H. Burba, FA
Slugging It Out By Maj. Edward A. Raymond, FA
Enemy Artillery Intelligence By Maj. William J. Hanks, FA
Adjusting Tank Destroyers by Quadrant By Maj. Henry L. Davisson, FA
Medium Artillery Liaison By Capt. W. V. Ledley, FA
American Artillery Proves Itself Again By Lt. John E. Whelden
Perimeters in Paragraphs By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
S.O.P. By Col. N. P. Morrow, FA
Principles of Observed High-Angle Fire By Lt. Col. Abbott H. Burns, FA
Britain’s Artillery: A Resume By Maj. C. B. Thorne, M.C.
Mountain Firing with Air Observation By Maj. Alfred Bauer, German Army
Bardia Bill and Perimeter Pete By Lt. Col. G. B. Jarrett, Ord.
Survey at Munda By Capt. George T. Fielding III, FA
Rough but Ready Sound Ranging By Lt. Verne C. Kennedy, Jr., USMC
Routes into Europe, Part VIII By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Field Artillery Chaplain By Chaplain Evans T. Moseley
Amphibious 105s By Captains O. M. Doerflinger and Parker M. Holt, FA
Firing in Your Own Backyard By Lt. Richard B. Cowdery, FA
Massing Fires in Miniature By Lt. Col. Harlo W. Higby, FA
A Daylight Polaris By Capt. Paul Hartman, FA
Why a Corrector? By Maj. Wagner J. d’Alessio, FA
Thawing Your Class By Maj. W. P. Woodruff, FA
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Diary of War Events
For Heroism and Service
Book Reviews