The Field Artillery Journal 1945 03 (PDF)


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Vol. 35 No. 3 ……. Cover: Our cover picture illustrates some of the difficulties encountered in Italian mountains. The piece, of course, is a 155-mm gun; the troops, British. ….. Articles:
Leaders Must
Naval Shore Fire Control Parties in the Southern France Landings
After the Landing By Arty Bn Comdrs, 29th Infantry Division
Planning the Artillery Attack on a Fortified Area By Maj. George W. Landis, FA
A Communications Headache in the Brest Campaign By Capt. Henry J. Mathews, Jr., FA
Communications in the FDC By Pfc. Raymond Tracht, FA
F. A. S. Events
Perimeters in Paragraphs By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Battle Notes By Maj. Harold S. Davis, FA
Effect of Fire By Maj. James S. Metcalfe, FA
A Fight By Maj. Edward A. Raymond, FA
Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment By Maj. Shirley B. Metzger, FA
Use of Mil-Gridded Oblique Photographs By Lt. J. V. Schurman, FA, and Lt. L. O. Williamson, FA
Short-Notice Combat By M/Sgt. Edmond W. Seward, FA
In Combat Forewarned is Forearmed By Lt. Col. G. D. W. Court, M.C., R.A.
With 8 Guns in Belgium By Lt. Col. Arthur W. Blair, FA
In France – With 105s By Capt. Harry R. Ostler, FA
In France – With Mediums By Lt. Col. Frank W. Norris, FA
FDC Communications By Capt. John W. Thompson, Jr., FA
The Central Luzon Plain By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Don’t Believe Your Eyes
Not in the Book
Diary of War Events
For Heroism and Service
Book Reviews