This issue of The Coast Artillery Journal contains the following articles: Command, by Brigadier General Edward L. King, U.S. Army; Preparations for the Second Battle of the Marne, by Colonel Conrad H. Lanza, Field Artillery; Last Word on the 5-5-3 Ratio, by J. Bernard Walker; The Past and Future of Defense Against Aircraft, by Captain Benjamin F. Harmon, C.A.C.; and An Outline of Industrial Mobilization, by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of War. The issue also contains editorials on John W. Weeks, the addition of a month-to-month listing of books received by the Coast Artillery School Library in the Journal, Colonel Billy Mitchell of the Army Air Service, and the value of R.O.T.C. The Professional Notes section features Seacoast Artillery Firing; the National Rifle Team Match; Artillery Ordnance Development; Coast Artillery Reserve Units; the Purpose of Equilibrators; Changes in 3-inch Antiaircraft Gun Drill; and a Table Showing World War Small Arms and Ammunition, Post War Small Arms and Ammunition, and Future Developments; Spotting; and Coast Defense Troops. The remainder of the issue contains Military Notes on details of the Fedoroff machine gun from Russia, the new organization of the permanent Spanish Army in Morocco, the organization of the Italian Artillery; Coast Artillery Board notes; a listing of books recently acquired by the Coast Artillery School Library; and book reviews.