The Field Artillery Journal 1945 01 (PDF)


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Vol. 35 No. 1 ……. Cover: From Our Cover Picture it appears that Germans dairy herds are still sizable and sleek. These Holsteins are due for a rude shock shortly, however, when the 8″ howitzer yclept “G. I. Hell” speaks its piece. ….. Articles:
Marines on Guam
Artillery at Tarawa By Lt. Col. P. M. Rixey, USMC, and Maj. Wendell H. Best, USMC
Artillery on “Nothing Atoll” By Lt. Col. R. A. Evans, USMC
Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment By Maj. Shirley B. Metzger, FA
How We Trained for D-Day By Lt. Bruce Bliven, Jr., FA
111th FA BN on D-Day By Lt. Col. S. L. A. Marshall, GSC
The Visayas By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Angle of Site Computer By Lt. Lewis R. Soffer, FA
Medium Artillery in Burma By Capt. J. B. Knowles, FA
Burmese Vignette By a Regimental Commander, RA
A New Commandant, F.A.S
An M12 Battalion in Combat By Lt. Lewis R. Soffer, FA
Perimeters in Paragraphs By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Mediums at Mantes By Lt. John J. Osborne, FA
Incidents of the 173d By the Group Commander
German 17-cm Gun By Lt. Col. G. B. Jarrett, Ord.
Battle Notes By Maj. Harold S. Davis, FA 53 By Lt. George J. Cantrell, FA
Not in the Book
Diary of War Events
For Heroism and Service
Book Reviews