This issue of The Coast Artillery Journal contains the following articles: The Hawaiian Maneuvers, by Brigadier General Richmond P. Davis, U.S. Army; Outguessing the Instructor, by Major P. D. Bunker, C.A.C.; Problems for the Coast Artilleryman with Suggestions, by Captain H. H. Blackwell, C.A.C.; and The Decision to Defend Kut-el-Amarah, by Major E. W. C. Sandes, D.S.O., M.C.R.E. The remainder of the issue contains the following features: editorials on the U.S.S.S. Saratoga, the Mesopotamia Campaign, Defending War, and Battleship Annihilators (the airplane); Professional notes on the Hawaiian Maneuvers (by Major General John L. Hines), U.S. Fleet Submarine V-1, the Coast Artillery Corps and its Relation to Other Branches, Rating Coast Artillery Batteries, The Human Element versus Mechanical Devices, the Mysterious Weapon, Small Arms Target Practice-1924, Fort H. G. Wright, N.Y., Command Qualities, and Brief Description of Signal Corps Development Projects; Military notes on French and Spanish Military Organizations in Morocco, Military Training in Japan's Public Schools, Reduction of Numbers of Japanese Divisions, and a chart showing the air strength of France, Italy, the United States, and Great Britain; Coast Artillery Board notes; and book reviews.