The Field Artillery Journal 1945 07 (PDF)


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Vol. 35 No. 7 ……. Cover: Signal Corps Photo ….. Articles:
Honor to Lesley J. McNair
Webfoot Artillery By Lt. Col. Bernard S. Waterman, FA
Leyte Liaison By Lt. Charles C. Sheahan, FA
The Kurile Islands By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Control of Direction at Extreme High Angles of Elevation
Tank Destroyers at Work – Without the Book By Lt. Col. R. L. McNelly, FA
Proper Use and Abuse of Tank Destroyers By Lt. Eugene T. Oborn, FA
Post-War Reserve Officer Policies
Coordination of Air Ops By Lt. Col. Frederick C. Shepard, FA
ARTY/R Again By Lt. Col. C. V. Clifton, FA
F.A.S. Events
Artillery’s Part in the Bastogne Break-In By Capt. John H. Merriam, FA
Route Reconnaissance – The Hard Way By S/Sgt. Raymond W. O’Connor, FA
The 19th Shellhole By Capt. Robert Edgren, FA
4.5-inch Battalion Fire Direction in Combat By Maj. John T. O’Keefe, FA
Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment Maj. Shirley B. Metzger, FA, and Maj. Irvine F. Belser, Jr., FA
A Deflection Fan that Masses Fast By Maj. Robert H. Cronin, FA
Modern Artillery Tactics By Maj. Gen. H. Rowan-Robinson, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.
Okinawa Hole-Ins
Perimeters in Paragraphs By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
“Now They Can be Told” German Self-Propelled Mounts Adapted by Lt. Col. G. B. Jarrett, Ord.
VI Corps Artillery Communications By Capt. Harry M. Foos, Jr., FA
Dawn of a New Artillery Era By Maj. J. R. Murland
Not in the Book
Diary of War Events
Book Reviews