The Field Artillery Journal 1944 11 (PDF)


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Vol. 34 No. 11 ……. Cover: Self-Propelled M-12s are in the thick of the assault on the Siegfried Line. This month’s cover shows a battery of them lined up almost track-to-track, firing into the German town of Bildchen, three miles southwest of Aachen. ….. Articles:
Shell Crater Analysis for Location and Identification of Enemy Artillery By Maj. Lee O. Rostenberg, FA
What Makes an Army an Army By Maj. Gen. John A. Crane
Shellreps By Maj. Arthur J. Peterson, FA
Heavy Artillery Observation Requirements BY “H. A. A. G.”
Artillery Reconnaissance Firing BY Capt. Paul R. Lowry, FA
Adjustment with High Performance Planes By Lt. Col. John D. Salmon, FA
Perimeters in Paragraphs By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
Morris S. Simpson By Maj. Gen. Robert M. Danford
Air Ops in New Guinea By Lt. Col. Charles W. Stratton, FA
Tips from Overseas – III By Lt. Col. John Embry, FA
Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment
Cover Up with What You Have By Capt. Herbert W. Pike, FA
Borneo By Col. Conrad H. Lanza
TDs Approach Maturity By Lt. Col. J. P. Barney, JR., FA
A New Fighting Team By Capt. P. C. Meacham as Told to Lt. L. R. Barnhill
Notice of Annual Meeting, U. S. Field Artillery Association
T.N.T. Wholesale By Maj. Edward A. Raymond, FA
On to Berlin By Maj. Ernest J. Whitaker, FA
Ambushing with Artillery By Maj. Parapov
Artillery Counterpreparation from Intermediate Positions By Maj. S. Luginya
Self-Propelled Artillery Versus Tanks By Lt. Col. P. Slesarev
Artillery Offensive By Lt. Col. Smirnov
A Glimpse of Guam By Sgt. Charles M. Platt, USMC
Not in the Book
Diary of War Events
For Heroism and Service
Book Reviews