The Field Artillery Journal 1945 02 (PDF)


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Vol. 35 No. 2 ……. Cover: Our Cover shows an 8 gun executing direct fire against the He de Cezembre from the mainland near St. Malo. ….. Articles:
Variations from Standard By Maj. James F. Canrwell, FA
Harassing Fire By Col. William C. Hall, CE
Random Reflections By Maj. Donovan Yeuell, Jr., FA
Light Artillery in Europe By Lt. Col. John J. Duffy, FA
Sound Locations By Capt. Eugene Maurey, Jr., FA
There is One Thing About Combat By A Battalion Commander
Short-Range Firing Against the Siegfried Line By Capt. Richard W. Van Horne, FA
German 21-cm Characteristics By Lt. Col. G. B. Jarrett, Ord.
“Woe is the L. O.” By Capt. Eli G. Gifford, Jr., FA
Perimeters in Paragraphs By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Flying in Combat – Longer By Lt. Warren R. Behm, FA
Red Army Artillery Tactical Trends – 1944
Mass Employment of Artillery By Lt. Gen. Georgi Nadisov
Self-Propelled Guns in an Offensive By Col. V. Smirnov
Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment By Maj. Shirley B. Metzger, FA
Artillery at Bougainville
Air Ops in the South Pacific By Capt. George W. James, FA
The Sulu Archipelago By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
That Cannon Company By Capt. James P. Barry, FA
A Tank Company in Support of a Field Artillery Battalion By Maj. John T. Monzani, FA
Road Measurements with Tracing Paper By Maj. Joseph C. Hazen, Jr., FA
Determination of Position by Resection from High Air Bursts By Col. Newton W. Jones, FA
Indirect Fire Pocket Reference Cards By Lt. Eugene T. Oborn
Combination Mount for Dual .50s By Maj. E. A. Raymond, FA
An F.A. Group at Cassino By Its Executive Officer
Growl from a Diehard By Lt. Col. M. L. Curry, USMC
Minutes of the Annual Meeting, U. S. Field Artillery Association, December 18, 1944
Diary of War Events
For Heroism and Service
Book Reviews