The Coast Artillery Journal. Volume 58, Number 6, June 1923
COAST ARTILLERY TRAINING CENTER FORT MONROE VA
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This issue of The Coastal Artillery Journal contains the following articles The Dardanelles Expedition, by Lieut. Colonel Walter H. Johnson, Infantry, D.O.L. Heavy Tractor Artillery in its Relation to Coast Defense, by Major C. Ralph Meyer, C.A.C. Observation Grill for Antiaircraft Artillery, by Captain Aaron Bradshaw, Jr., C.A.C. A Universal Panoramic Sight, by 1st Lieutenant F. W. Gerhard, Jr., C.A.C. A Pistol Rack for National Guard Armories, by Captain William J. Smith, C.A.C., Commanding Battery G, 213th Artillery, A.A., Reading, PA and Coast Forts in Colonial New Hampshire, by Major Robert Arthur, C.A.C. This issue also includes an editorial on the value of a short historical talk before training Coast Artillery Board notes solutions to employment of heavy artillery problems Bulletin Board news book reviews and an index to Volume 58, January-June, 1923.
- Humanities and History
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Naval Surface Warfare