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AUTHOR AND SUBJECT INDEX 
JANUARY, 1940 - DECEMBER, 1976 

VOLUMES 30-44 
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This index is dedicated to the memory of those 
who have made the supreme sacrifice in all wars 
--but most specifically to those who have done 
so in the cause of America's freedom, and even 
more especially to those military and civilian 
members who did so in conjunction with actions 
at Bataan-Corregidor in 1942. 


UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL 
MORRIS SMETT LIBRARY 
FORT SILL. OKLAHOMA 


INDEX TO THE FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL 

AUTHOR AND SUBJECT INDEX 


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Volume 30 - 44 


VOLUME 

Year 

Frequency of Issue: 


30 

1940 

Bi-Monthly 

6 

31 

1941 

Monthly 

12 

32 

1942 

Monthly 

12 

33 

1943 

Monthly 

12 

34 

1944 

Monthly 

12 

35 

1945 

Monthly 

12 

36 

1946 

Jan-Oct, Nov-Dec 

11 

37 

1947 

Bi-Monthly 

6 

38 

1948 

Bi-Monthly 

6 

39 

1949 

Bi-Monthly 

6 

40 

1950 

Bi-Monthly 

3 

41 

1973 

Ju1y,0ct-Nov 

2 

42 

1974 

Bi-Monthly 

6 

43 

1975 

Bi-Monthly 

6 

44 

1976 

Bi-Monthly 

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J 

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K 

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S 

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D 

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L 

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T 

112-119 

E 

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M 

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U 

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F 

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N 

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V 

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G 

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M 

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H 

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Y.Z 

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Please Check These Entries In the Text For Notes on Their Use as Subjects: 
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FOREWORD 


The publication of this index represents the culmination of a project which has languished since 
at least 1945 and which has been sorely needed since the publication of MSG Morris Swett’s initial 
index in 1940. Mr. Miller has made a major contribution to military science literature. It is 
reasonable to expect that this index will still be in use fifty or a hundred years from now when 
almost all of the publications now being produced by the Army will have gone the way of the 
Passenger Pigeon and the battleship because of new technology, etc. This is the type of material 
which uniquely represents what the Field Artillery School is striving to accomplish, a lasting 
contribution which is also of immediate use. 


JAMES H. BYRN 
Supervisory Librarian 
Morris Swett Library 
US Army Field Artillery School 


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PREFACE 


This author-subject Index covers the period January 1940 through December 1976. In terms of 
volume this constitutes coverage of material indicated in volumes thirty through forty-four. 
Although there was continuity in volume numbering, the Field Artillery Journal was discontinued 
from August, 1950 to the summer of 1973. During this interim period the Field Artillery Trends, 
renamed the Field Artilleryman , was issued on an in-house basis. Indexing of these "trends" is 
done on a separate basis. During 1946-1950, 197o, the Field Artillery Journal included an author- 
title index at the conclusion of each volume as a reader service. As with the prior two indexes 
(1911-1939 and 1940-1945) this third part does not include a titles section. Assigned subject 
headings stress usability. Throughout, the thrust has been on specificity of entry which relates 
in one way or another to some aspect of the main subject: ARTILLERY. In most cases this has 
involved the use of more than one subject heading to adequately introduce an article. 

Where dates are shown, these are used to specify a time-frame or to identify a given individual. 
Military rank is shown under the author entry. Dates of birth and death are given where known. 

Subject headings for this index were adapted from the headings used by the Library of Congress, 
Military Review . Sears, Morris Swell's Index (1911-1939), or are ny own. As a result, virtually 
every article, editorial, feature, and many related letters are Indexed. 

The period between the two parts of the Journal (1950-1973) saw the Involvement of the U.S. Army 
in two major wars and numerous special actions, the evolution of the U.S. Air Force as a separate 
service, transitions in research and development, new approaches to doctrine, an increased empha- 
sis on human factors, and many artillery branch and U.S. Army Field Artillery School developments. 
Any of these changes could have made the new Journal read differently from the old. In an attempt 
at integrating the two, by way of an index, acronyms and abbreviations have been introduced to 
complement the former. These are used side-by-side in one alphabet. Cross references have been 
devised, where possible, which go from variations in name form to those selected for use. 


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ABBREVIATIONS 


AA 

Antiaircraft 

HQ 

Headquarters 

ABN 

Airborne 

IN 

Inch 

ADP 

Automatic Oata Processing 

INF 

Infantry 

AG 

August 

JA 

January 

AGO 

Adjutant General's Oept 

JAG 

Judge Advocate General's Oept 

AP 

April 

JE 

June 

ARTY 

Artillery 

JL 

July 

BO 

Board 

LT 

Lieutenant 

BN 

Battal Ion 

LT COL/LTC 

Lieutenant Colonel 

6R,j;/B0E 

Brigade 

LT GEN/LTG 

Lieutenant General 

BRIG GEN/BG 

BG Brigadier General 

MAJ 

Major 

BTRY 

Battery 

MAJ GEN/MG 

Major General 

CAC 

Coast Artillery Corps 

MC 

Medical Corps 

CAPT/CPT 

Captain 

MR 

March 

CAV 

Cavalry 

MY 

May 

COR 

Commander 

N 

November 

CE 

Corps of Engineers 

NG 

National Guard 

CH 

Chaplain 

0 

October 

CM 

Centimeter 

PAK 

Pakistan 

COL 

Colonel 

PRES 

President 

0 

Oecember 

RA 

Regular Army 

OEPT 

Oepartment 

REGT/RGT 

Regiment 

OET 

Oetachment 

RES 

Reserve 

OIV 

Olvislon 

RET 

Retired 

F 

February 

ROTC 

Reserve Officer's Training Corps 

FA 

Field Artillery 

SC 

Signal Corps 

FAJ 

Field Artillery Journal 

SCHL 

School 

FAR 

Field Artillery Reserve 

SE 

September 

FO 

Finance Oept 

SGM 

Sergeant Major 

FR 

France 

US 

United States 

FT 

Fort 

USAF 

U.S. Air Force 

GB 

Great Britain 

USMC 

United States Marine Corps' 

GEN 

General 

USN 

United States Navy 

GER 

GSC 

Germany 

General Staff Corps 

USSR 

Union of Soviet Socialist 
Republic 


EXPLANATION OF ENTRIES 


SAMPLE ENTRY: 


Artillery In Transition. E.B. Howell 43:32-34 MR-AP '75 

Explanation: An article on Artillery written by E.B. Howell Is to be found In volume 43, 
PP. 32-34, of the March - April 1975, Issue. 


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AACHEN. (WWIl), 1944 

City Fighting Tactics, the Battle of Aachen. Monte M. Parrish CPT FA 44:25-33 SE-0 '76 
AACV (Armored Amphibious Combat Vehicle) 

The 1973 Neareast War, Part I, Horst Toepfer COL GER 42:36-43 N-D '74 
ABCA (Australia, Britain, Canada, America) 

Registration 

ABCA Registration Selected. Feature 42:25, 26 SE-0 '74 
Airborne Unit Tries ABCA Registration. Feature 42:29 JL-AG '74 
ABSHIER, John C. 

Heavy Artillery. 44:31-33 SE-0 '76 
ACCIDENTS 

Air OP Accident Prevention. Article 39:9-11 JA-F '49 
ACHESON, Dean Gooderham 1893-1971 

Range Practice. 43:34-38 JA-F '75 
ACTIVE DUTY 

Experiences of a Reserve Officer Called to Active Duty for One Year. G.D. Resoff LT FA USAR 
30:398-400 SE-0 '42 
ADAMS. Charles E. 

One Idea Plus $10,000. 36:201-203 AP '46 

ADAMS. Robert H. 1911- 

The Air Center-of-Impact. 31:954,955 D '41 
ADDINGTON, Jerry Spears, 1918- 

The Postwar Russian Army. 39:81 MR-AP '49 
Rules of the Big Game. 32:321,322 AP '42 
ADDRESSES 

Extracts from Secretary Marshall's Radio address to the American people on 28 April 1947. 
Feature 37:185 MY-JE '47 

Firepower. Albert B. Akers BG 44:17-21 ,39 MY-JE '76 
Glorious Artillery Tradition. Robert P. Patterson 36:401 JL '46 
Historic Words. Harry S. Truman PRES 37:76,77 MR-AP '47 
A Tribute and a Challenge. Jonathan M. Walnwright GEN 37:240,241 JL-AG '47 
ADJUSTMENT OF FIRE, See GUNNERY - FIRE ADJUSTMENT 
ADMINISTRATION. See MILITARY ADMINISTRATION 
AEGEAN SEA 

Routes into Europe, A study In Terrain, Part III - The Aegean Area. Conrad H. Lanza COL 
(RET) FA 33:590-597 AG '43 

AFRTAI AeeAlIl T - ARTII I FRY 

Air Assault Artillery. Richard L. Arnold MAJ FA 43:34 - 37 MY-JE '75 
Combat Aviation and Field Artillery. Roy C Flannagan MAJ INF 33:837-839 N '43 
AERIAL BOMBARDMENT 

The Strangest Mission. James R. Johnson 1st LT USMC 38:76,77 MR-AP '48 
AERIAL CONDUCT OF FIELD ARTILLERY FIRE 

Walter D. Atkins CAPT 33:359,360 MY '43 
AERIAL FIELD ARTILLERY (AFA) See FIELD ARTILLERY -AERIAL 
AERIAL OBSERVATION. See OBSERVATION, AERIAL 
AERIAL OPERATIONS 

Aerial Attack on Artillery. Alden McKlm Crane 31:31-33 JA *41 
Air Ops. Edward A, Raymond MAJ FA 34:274-278 MY '44 
Artillery Raid. Letter 41:3 0-N '73 

The Artillery Raid, Air Assault Style. Albert E. Wolfgang LTC FA 44:22-28 MY-JE '76 

The Flying OP. Article 31:750 0 '41 

"Grasshopper" Survey. J.C. McCole COL FA 34:115,116 F '44 

Last of a "Grasshopper." Article 34:812 D '44 

The Old and the New. Feature 36:582 0 '46 


AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 

Determining Distances From Vertical Aerial Photographs. Philip Kissam 32:924,925 0 '42 
Locating Points From Oblique Airphotos. Thomas North MAO FA 30:374,375 SE-0 '42 
AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE 

Artillery Cubs in Mountain Operations, 33d Inf Div in Northern Luzon. Ralph MacDonald COL 
FA 3*5:614-616 0 '45 

Employ-lent of the Artillery Air Observer in the German Army. Feature 32:16-20 JA '42 
AERIAL SUPPORT 

Artillery and the Fighter Bombers. Richard J. Bestor MAJ FA 36:50-52 JA '46 
In Tunisia's Mud and Blood. Lunsford E. Oliver MAJ GEN 33:492,493 JL '43 
AERIAL SUPPORT. See Also Artillery - Aerial SUPPORT 
AERONAUTICS, MILITARY 

Here They Get Wings (Pittsburg, KS). Morris Bart LT FA 34:194 MR '44 
One Idea Plus $10,000. Charles E. Adams r/4 36:201-203 AP '46 
AFANAYEV, P. 

Antitank Action of Soviet Artillery. 33:810 N '43 
AGNEW, JAMES B. 1930- 

"Go to Hell, But I'll Try." 42:32-41 MR-AP '74 
AIMING CIRCLE, Ml 

Boresighting. William C. Huggins COL FA 36:212-218 AP '46 
Notes on Aiming Circle. Article 31:955 D '41 
AIMING POINT 

Aiming Point: VP. Alexander S. Bennet CAPT FA 30:193,194 MY-JE '40 
AIMING POSTS 

Aiming Post Deflection Correction Table for 155-mm Gun Ml. Frank H. Skelly LT COL FA 
34:541 ,542 AG '44 

Aiming Post Solutions for the Heavies. J. R. Colter COL FA 33:757,758 0 '43 
Aiming Posts Camouflaged. Feature 43:29 MY-JE '75 

Correction for Aiming Post Displacement. William C. Huggins COL FA 34:540,541 AG '44 
AIMING STAKES 

Aiming Point: VP. Alexander S. Bennet CAPT FA 30:193,194 MY-JE '40 
Aiming Post. Kenneth Ingram MAJ FA 41:42-46 0-N '73 
Night-Lighting Equipment in German Artillery. Article 31:583 AG '41 
AIR ARM 

A.G.F. Light Aviation. Article 36:583-585 0 '46 

Artillery and the Fighter Bombers. Richard J. Bestor MAJ FA 36:50-52 JA '46 
AIR BURST 

Time Shell and the Blitzkrieg. James R. Randolph MAJ ORD USAR 31:79-82 F '41 
AIR DEFENSE 

Air Defense by Dispersal. James W. Bell ah CAPT GSC 32:857,858 N '42 
AIR OBSERVATION 

Air Observation of Artillery Fire. John B. Wogan LT COL FA 31:115,116 F '42 
AIR OBSERVER (AO} 

Employment of the Artillery Air Observer in the German Army. Feature 32:16-20 JA '42 
FOt and the Artillery Air Observer. Ivan E. Jackson MAJ FA 34:567,568 AG '44 
Organic Air Observation for Field Artillery. Lowell M. Riley LT COL FA 32:498-501 JL '42 
AIR OPERATIONS, ARTILLERY 

The Air Op is Here to Stay. John W. Oswalt CAPT FA 34:568-572 AG '44 
Air Op Was Very Young. Henry Harley Arnold 2nd LT INF 36:198-200 AP '46 
Air Op's In New Guinea. Charles W. Stratton LT COL FA 34:767 N '44 
Air Ops In the South Pacific. George W. James CAPT FA 35:98,99 F '45 
Air Op's In Tunisia Campaign. Article 33:652 SE '43 
Article. 34:340 JE '44 

Combat Aviation and Field Artillery. Roy C. Flannagan MAJ INF 33:837-839 N '43 
Coordination of Air Op's. Frederick C. Shepard LT COL FA 35:402-404 JL '45 
Tips From Overseas - III. John Embry LT COL FA 34:767 N '44 
Wings for Santa Barbara, William W. Ford MAJ FA 31:232-234 AP '41 
AIRBORNE FIELD ARTILLERY 

Article. Edward A. Raymond LT FA 31:456,457 JL '41 
AIRBORNE OPERATIONS 

Airborne Armies of the Future. James M. Gavin MAJ GEN 37:178-182 MY-JE '47 
Airborne Artillery. William N. Glllmore BRIG GEN 37:348-354 N-D '47 
Airborne Survey. John V. McNally 1st LT FA 37:287-289 SE-0 '47 
An Historical Example: A Successful Defense Against an Air-Borne Invasion. Feature 
31:451-456 JL *41 


"Varsity's" Organic Artillery. Samuel C. Myer LT 35:673-676 N '45 
AIRBORNE TRAINING 

Jump School. Taylor Culbert MAJ FA 39:28,29 JA-F '49 
AIRCRAFT 

Biscuit Bombers. Edward M. Flanagam, Jr. MAJ FA 38:73-75 MR-AP '48 
AIR-GROUND OPERATIONS SCHOOL, HURLBURT FIELD, FL 
AGO'S on the Go. Feature 43:53,59 MY-JE '75 
AIRLIFT OPERATIONS 

Hanging Six. Robert Jordan MAJ FA 42:24-27 JA-F '74 
AIRPLANE CRASHES 

Downed in the Sulu Sea. Elwyn L. Christman LT JG USN, ET AL 32:836-838 N '42 
AIRPLANE TYPE-AUTOGIRO ~ 

New Autogiro Tested as Flying "OP." Article 31:433 JE '41 
B25G 

AAF's Flying Artilley, the 75-mm Baker Two-Five. Jim Beavers LTC (RET) USAF 44:25-29 JL-AG 
■76 

C5A 

C-5A Galaxy Participates in 2-18th FA Exercise. Feature 42:61,62 N-D '74 
CUB 

"Grasshopper" Survey-Part II. Henri Bourneuif CAPT FA 34:452,453 JL '44 
In New Guinea. Robert M. White II 34:278-280 MY '44 
"GRASSHOPPER" 

Sea-Going Grasshoppers. Gordon J. Wolf LT COL FA 34:807,808 D '44 
L4 

Artillery Cubs in Mountain Operations, 33d INF DIV in Northern Luzon. Ralph MacDonald 
COL FA 35:614-616 0 '45 
L16 

The New Grasshopper-L16. Feature 37:355,356 N-D '47 
PIPER CUB 

In Italy. N.S.P. Stitt LT FA 34:280,281 MY '44 
"SKYFARER" 

Fly it Away, An Artilleryman Sprouts Pin-Feathers. Thomas L. Crystal Jr. CAPT FA 31:781,782 
0 '41 

AISNE RIVER (WWII), 1940 

Artillery in Action on the Aisne on June 9. Paul W. Thompson CAPT ENG 31:305-307 
MY '41 

AIT (Advanced Individual Training). See MILITARY TRAINING 
AKERS, ALBERT B. 1928- 

Firepower. 44:17-21 ,39 MY-JE '76 
Incoming. Letter 41:2 J '73 

New AC (Assistant Commandant). Feature 43:5 SE-0 '75 
AKRAM, A. I. 

Fifty Guns. 43:54-59 MY-JE '75 
ALABANIA (Conquest By Italy), 1939 

War in the Balkans. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 32:46-59 JA '42 
ALEXEYEV, I. I. 

Antitank Artillery of the Red Army. 32:604,605 AG *42 
Artillery in Forest and Marshland. 33:809 N '43 
The Development of Soviet Antitank Defense. 32:848,849 N '42 
ALLEN, CURTIS K. 

Armored Artillery and Direct Fire 34:180,181 MR '44 
ALLEN. WILLIAM HERSCHEL, JR., 1908- 

Action at Vella Lavella. 40:120-124 MY-JE '50 
ALLIN, GEORGE R. 1880 

Biography. Article 32:338 MY '42 
ALPHABET 

A (TK), B, C. Article 34:565 AG '44 
ALPINE WARFARE. See MOUNTAIN WARFARE 
ALTMAN, BEN 

Air-Rifle Subcaliber. Article 33:7-9 JA '43 


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AHBUSHES 

Ambushing with Artillery. Parapov MAJ USSR 34:786 N '44 
Tactics of Ambush. Pavel Rizin COL USSR 32:959 0 '42 
AMELL. JOSPEH L., JR. 

For Fast Water Heating. 34:855 D '44 
AMERICAN MILITARY INSTITUTE, WASH., D.C. 

Article. 33:598 AG '43 
AMERICAN RED CROSS 

Article. 30:349 SE-0 '40 

Rolling Doughnuts. Oram C. Clesma 36:638,639 N-D '46 
AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 1763-1783. See WARS-U.S. -REVOLUTION, 1763-83. 

AMERICAN SOLDIERS 

Article. 33:849 N '43 

Praise for Our Gunners, From the RICHMOND NEWS LEADER . Article 33:885 D '43 
AMMUNITION 

Ammunition Care. Herbert W. Pike CAPT FA 34:702-707 0 '44 
Ammunition In Combat. Article 32:457,458 JE '42 
Ammunition Loading Charts. Article 34:224,225 AP '44 

Ammunition Supply: An Illustrative Problem. John H. Sampson, Jr. LT COL FA 32:115,168, 

169 F *42 

Antipersonnel Shrapnel Rounds. John R. DeTrevIlle CPT FA 44:24-28 MR-AP '76 
Army Ammunition Request. Article 44:59 SE-0 '76 
Articles: 34:316 MY '44; 35:619 0 '45 

Artillery Ammunition Supply, Principles and Command ResponsIbllUtes. Harold D. Kehm 
LT COL FA 32:268-273 AP *42 

Care of Separate Loading Ammunition. Edward G. Seidel CAPT FA 34:340 JE '44 
Cover Up WUh What You Have. Herbert W. Pike CAPT FA 34:769,770 N '44 
Device for Measuring Powder Temperature. Article 31:416 JE '41 
Duds-Booby Traps. Article 33:650 SE '43 

Europe, The Up-Load Exercise. Keith E. Predmore CPT 44:33-36 MY-OE ‘76 
Firing Non-Standard Ammunition. Features 35:267 MY '45 
New Sabot Round. Article 44:43,44 JA-F '76 

Practice Shells for 105-mm Howitzer, Joel Crain LT FA 33:129 F '43 
Shell Case Stralghtener for 105-mm Howitzer. Mike W. Folk LT FA 33:927 D '43 
Shell, Semi-fixed, Smoke, B.E., 105-mm., M84. Article 33:352,353 MY '43 
Sub-Caliber for the Antitank Gun. Paul B. Bell LT COL FA 33:39 JA '43 
Tactical Use of Base-Ejection Smoke Shell. Walter E. Burrell LT COL CA 33:745-748 
0 '43 

Thanks for the Blanks. Letter 41:3 0-N '73 

Time Shell. Alexander S. Bennet MAJ FA 31:81 F '41 

"Undenter," Shell Case, 105-mm Howitzer. R.M. Brewster CAPT FA 33:932 D '43 
Wartime Production, Ammunition. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 41:467-471 JL '41 
Watch Your "K." Article 33:494 JL '43 
AMMUNITION LOADER 

"Grande Cadence de Tir," New French SP 155-mm. Ludovic De Dinechin LTC FR 42:50-54 N-0 '74 
AMMUNITION-SHELL SEPARATORS 

Plans for Shell Separator. Article 34:299 MY '44 

Separator for Semi-Fixed Shell. Eugene W. deMoore CAPT FA 33:342,343 MY '43 
Shell Separator. Article 33:629 AG '43 
AmUNITION TRAIN 

Article. 30:37 JA-F '40 
AMQRY. ROBERT JR. 

Celestial Navigation for Field Artillery. 32:818-827 N '42 
AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT 

Amphibious Artillery. E.J. Rowe MAJ USMC 38:66-70 MR-AP '48 
Amphibious 105's. Oscar M. Doerf linger CAPT FA 34:57,58 JA '44 
AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS 

Action at Vella Lavella. W.H. Allen, Jr. LT COL FA 40:120-124 MY-JE '50 
Aintanks Point the Way to Amphibious Field Artillery. John T. Collier MAJ CAV 35:727-731 
0 '45 


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Aqua-Blitzing. John B. Sweger LT FA: 32:28-30 JA '42; 32:948-951 D '42 
Article. Carl A. Baehr COL GSC 30:338-340 SE-0 '40 
"Exercise Seminole." John V. Roddy LT COL FA 38:12-14 JA-F '48 
Invasion of England, A Preview. Feature 31:442-450 JL '41 
Japanese Landing Boats. Article 32:454 JE '42 

Let's Pull Together-Coordination of Supporting Arms in Amphibious Operations. 

R.M. Brewer LT COL FA 36:455-457 AG '46 
Lighting the Way for the Troops. R.C.D. Hunt LT COR USN 32:913,914 D '42 
Naval Gunfire Support. Francis J. Roberts MAJ FA 39:55,56 MR-AP '49 
Naval Gunfire Support of Landing Troops. R.C.D. Hunt, Jr. LT USN 32:286-288 AP '42 
Operation Amphibious. R.C. Williams, Jr. LT COL CAC:I:40:21-26 JA-F. '50; I, Cont: 40:58- 
63 MR-AP '50; 11:40:109-113 MY-JE '50 
Pack Artillery Afloat. G.M. Payne MAJ FA 33:676,677 SE '43 
Sea Artillery. Edward S. Bechtold CAPT FA 32:374,375 MY '42 
Seagoing Howitzers. Article 44-22,23 MR-AP '76 
Webfoot Artillery. Bernard S. Waterman LT COL FA 35:387-390 JL '45 
'MPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS. See Also ASSAULTS 
AMPHIBIOUS TRAINING 

Fighting the Nips, With 105's. Eugene R. Smyth MAJ FA 35:529-534 SE '45 
With the Fleet, Gunfire Support School, Amphibious Training Command, Amphibious Force, U.S. 
Atlantic Fleet. Samuel W. Horner II, LT COL FA 37:344-346 N-D '47 
AN/GVS-5 LASER RANGEFINDER 

Attack of Armored Targets. Earl Finley CPT FA 42:12-16 JL-AG '74 
T&E in Forefront of Materiel Development. Feature 43:46-48 MR-AP '75 
AN/MPQ-4A WEAPON LOCATING RADAR 

Get the Most Out of Your Q-4. Edmund Greenwell MAJ FA 44.60,61 MR-AP '76 
Malor. William J. Harrison COL FA 43:50-53 MR-AP '75 
A Trainer for Q-4 Radar. Feature 43:36,37 JL-AG '75 
AN/PPS-5 RADAR 

Resources Pooled. Feature 43:34 JL-AG '75 
AN/TPQ-36 MORTAR LOCATING RADAR 

Malor. William J. Harrison COL FA 43:50-53 MR-AP '75 
AN/TPQ-37 ARTILLERY LOCATING RADAR 

Contract Let. Article 44:49,50 JL-AG '76 
Malor. William J. Harrison COL FA 43:50-53 MR-AP '75 
Tacfire. Gerard G. James CPT FA 43:28-33 JL-AG '75 
Tacfire Meets the AN/TPQ-37. Feature 43:29 JL-AG '75 
AN/TPS-25 GROUND SURVEILLANCE RADAR 

New AN/TPS-25 Mobility. Feature 43:57 N-D '75 
AN/TPS-58A MOVING TARGET LOCATION SYSTEM 

Attack of Armored Targets. Earl Finley CPT FA 42:12-16 JL-AG '74 
AN/TSQ-73 ADP CONTROL SYSTEM 

Missile Minder Development. Feature 43:22,23 N-D '75 
ANDAMAN ISLANDS 

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Conrad Hammond Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:211-213 AP '44 
ANDERSON, A. A. 

Seven-UP. 36:576 0 '46 
ANDERSON, ARNOLD M. 

Identification. 38:143 MY-JE '48 
ANDERSON, R. E. 

One Car, Ford, Touring, Model T, Completely Unauthorized. 37:214-216 JL-AG '47 
ANDREWS, MARSHALL 

Heavy is Our Responsibility. 36:68,69 F '46 
ANDRUS, CLIFT, 1890- 

New Commandant At the Field Artillery School. Feature 36:450 AG '46 
Simplified Observed Fire Procedure. 37:79-81 MR-AP '47 
Troina Addenda. 34:163,164 MR '44 
ANGLE OF FIRE 

Antitank Fire With Minus Site. William P. Francisco LT FA 31:370-372 JE '41 
Article. 35:27 JA '45 

A Deadspace Chart for Your Howitzer. Robert C. Gildart CAPT FA 32:792,793 0 '42 
Oeadspace Overcome. Manfred W. Enrich, Jr. LT FA 33:380 MY '43 
Have You Tried... Article 33:340 MY '43 

High Angle Fire Direction Techniques. William S. Penn LT COL FA 34:614-617 SE '44 


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High Angle Fire in F.O.C. Robert P. Wills CAPT FA 34:254,255 AP '44 
High Angle Fire Plus 6400-Mil Field of Fire. Scott A. McKinnon LT FA 34:304,305 MY '44 
High Angle With Wide Field-Addenda. Scott A. McKinnon LT FA 34:368 JE '44 
ANGLES. BASE 

Suggestions About Base Angles. Trevor N. DuPuy CAPT FA 32:627,628 AG '42 
ANIMAL TRANSPORTATION 

Animal Transport and the National Guard. Edward L. Bimberg CAPT CAV 38:37 JA-F '48 
ANSTEY, E. C. 

Return of the Guns. E.C. Anstey BRIG RA 34:196,197 MR '44 
ANTENNA MOUNTS 

Antenna Mounting. Stanley B. Bonner MAJ FA 31:869-871 N '41 
ANTENNAS 

Methods for Improving Jungle Radio Communication. James R. Wheaton COL FA 35:326,327 JE '45 
ANTIAIRCRAFT 

AA as AT, Know Your Enemies Weapons. Article 34:369 JE '44 
AA Protection for German Field Artillery. Article 41:509 JL '41 
ANTIAIRCRAFT DEFENSE 

Aerial Attack on Artillery. Alden McKim Crane 31:31-33 JA '41 

In Vain Do They Seek A Defense Against Lightning. Albert J. Weinnig LT COL CAC 36:537-539 
SE '46 

Where Shall We Put The Fifties. Harold J. Bluhm MAJ FA 34:190,191 MR '44 
ANTIAIRCRAFT GUNS 

Use of Antiaircraft Guns Against Tanks. Article 32:847 N '42 
ANTIAIRCRAFT ORGANIZATIONS 

Attached Automatic Weapons Bn (AAA). Harold J. Bluhm MAJ FA 34:246-248 AP '44 
ANTITANK 

AA as AT, Know Your Enemies Weapons. Article 34:369 JE '44 

Antitank Action of Soviet Artillery. P. Afanayev COL USSR 33:810 N '43 

Antitank Artillery of the Red Army. I. Alexeyev 32:604,605 AG '42 

Antitank Attack. David S. Babcock MAJ FA 31:830-833 N *41 

Antitank, By a British Artillery Officer. 33:588,589 AG '43 

Antitank Delusions. Gustav H. Franke BRIG GEN 32:38-40 JA '42 

Antitank Fire With Minus Site. William P. Francisco LT FA 31:370-372 JE '41 

Antitank Gunnery. Article 32:218,219 MR '42 

The Antitank Subaltern, By An Antitank Regimental Commander 33:31-38 JA '43 
Antitank Thoughts. M.J. Col buck COL 33:198 MR '43 

Antitank Training, By A British Arniy Artillery Officer. 33:587,588 AG '43 
Artillery VS. Tiger and Ferdinand. L. Vysokoostrovsky LT COL USSR 33:810,811 N '43 
Britain's "PIAT" (Projector, Infantryt Anti-Tank). Article 34:263 AP '44 
The Defense of Hondeghm, a Battery of Field Artillery In Close-Range Fighting. Feature 
31:2-5 JA '41 

The Development of Soviet Antitank Defense. I. I. Alexeyev LT COL USSR 32:848,849 N '42 
Howitzers Against Soviet Tanks. Friedrich Wagner 32:605,606 AG '42 
Immobilizing Tank Maneuvers. N. Gavrllenko MAJ GEN USSR 32:846,847 N '42 
Incendiary Bottle Fields and Fire-Bells. N. Chirkunov MAJ USSR 32:851 N '42 
PAK Variants. G. B. jarrett LT COL ORD 33:842 N '43 

Repulsing Tank Attack by Fire From Open Positions. Ovady Savich 32:850,851 N '42 
Russian Antitank Doctrine. Article 31:618 AG '42 

Some Thoughts on Emplacement of Antitank Guns. Ralph VanWyck MAJ FA 31:161-163 MR '41 
Sub-Caliber For The Antitank Gun. Paul B. Bell LT COL FA 33:39 JA '43 
Tactics of Soviet Antitank Riflemen. Nagalev-Maltsev COL USSR 33:585,586 AG '43 
Tank Attack Down a Road. Newton W. Jones LT COL FA 32:468,469 JE '42 
Use of Antiaircraft Guns Against Tanks. Article 32:847 N '42 
Viper on the Way. Article 44:52 MY-JE '76 
ANTITANK DEFENSE 

Antitank Defense. Albert C. Wedemeyer MAJ INF 31:258-272 MY '41 
ANTITANK MISSILE 

Antitank Missile Test. Article 44:42 JA-F '76 
ANTITANK TRAINING 

Antitank Battery Training. Ralph Van Wyck MAJ 31:6-10 JA '41 
ANZIO (WWII), 1944 

The Caves of Anzio. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:851-854 D '44 
FO Comments From The Beachhead. Dale Van Hyning LT FA 34:402-404 JL '44 


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Infantry-Artillery on the Anzio Beachhead. J.W. Ault LT INF 34:404 JL '44 
APPS-1, ANALYTICAL PHOTOGRAMMETRIC POSITIONING SYSTEM 
APPS-1. Francis J. Monaco CPT FA 43:20-22 JA-F '75 
ARCTIC 


Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:124-133 MR-AP '47 
ARCTIC OPERATIONS 


Cold Weather Operations. Paul V. Kane COL FA 37:280-285 SE-0 '47 

Forward Mush, Men and Machines Battle The Arctic. Stanley W. Dziuban LT COL CE 36:516-520 


SE '46„ 

64®N,-40°F, The Field Artillery in Alaska. Jack L. Hall CPT FA 42:43-46 MY-JE '74 
Task Force Front. Article 36:643 N-D '46 
ARDENNES (WWII) 1944-1945 

Artillery in the Ardennes. Joseph R. Reeves LT COL FA 36:138-142, 173-184 MR '46 
Cannon Company at Mons Lelligen. S.J. Tobin LT FA 35:623-625 0 '45 


ARGENTINA 


Our Southern Counterpart. Edward A. Raymond LT FA 32:378-380 MY '42 
Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:44-52 JA-F '47 
ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE, JONESBORO, AR. 

Article. Edwin H. Garrison LT FA USAR 30:363 SE-0 '40 
ARMANENT COMMAND. See U.S. ARMY - ARMAMENT COMMAND 
ARMED FORCES LEAVE ACT OF 1946 

30,000 Copies. Article 36:526,527 SE '46 
ARMED FORCES STAFF COLLEGE, NORFOLK, VA 

The Armed Forces Staff College. Paul Weyrauch COL FA 37:102,104 MR-AP ‘47 

ARMOR 


Armor and Mobility. Hayden A. Sears COL CAV 37:300-302 SE-0 '47 
Armored Artillery Action. Lowell M. Riley COL FA 34:179 MR '44 
Arnwred Artillery and Direct Fire. Curtis K. Allen CAPT FA 34:180,181 MR '44 
Developing Antitank, By A British Anny Artillery Officer. 33:453-455 JE '43 
German Armored Formations in Libya. H. B. Latham COL RA 33:176-178 MR '43 
Improved Anti-armor for Airborne. Article 44:23,24 JL-AG '76 
It Must Be Armored. Jean DuPont LT FR 31:321-629 N '41 
Men in Armor, Part I. Article 31:14-17 JA '41 

The Rains Might Not Come. Oliver F. Marston MAJ FA 30:24,25 JA-F '40 
ARMOR-SUPPORT 

German Panzers VS. French Light Mechanized Divisions. Ernst Von Jungenfeld CAPT GER 
31:772-775 0 '41 
ARMOR IN ACTION 

Incidents From The Battle Of France, Armored Action Near The Coast. P.W. Bramwell CAPT 
ENG 31:403-412 JE '41 
ARMORED ARTILLERY 

The Field Artillery Puts on Armor. Douglas G. Dwyre LT COL FA 33:917-920 D '43 
ARMORED DIVISION 

Spearhead Artillery. Frederic J. Brown COL FA 36:502-510 SE '46 
ARMORED DIVISION-ORGANIZATION 

The Artillery in Large Armored Units. Oete Blatto COL 31:154-156 MR '41 
Field Artillery Organization, Armored Force. Francis A. Doniat COL FA 31:146-153 MR '<41 
ARMORED FORCE 

Attack of Armored Targets. Earl Finley CPT FA 42:12-16 JL-AG '74 
Tanks As Auxiliary Artillery. T.P. Rand LT FA 34:222 AP '44 
ARMSTRONG, DEVERE PARKER, 1906- 

The Changing Present, A New Editor Thinks Out Loud. 35:706,707 D '45 
The Editor Talks About Life Insurance. 37:118-123 MR-AP '47 
Fire For Effect. 36:196,197 AP '46 
Keeping in Focus, Editorial. 37:176,177 MY-JE '47 
ARMY SUBJECTS. See Also U.S. ARMY - AND SUBJECT DESIRED 
ARMY WIVES. See WIVES, ARMY 
ARNHEM (WWII), 1944 

Artillery Support at Arnhem. I.P. Tooley LT COL RA 35:202-204 AP '45 
ARNOLD, ARCHIBALD VINCENT, 1889- 

Kwajalein Atoll -An Interim Report. Archibald V. Arnold MAJ GEN 34:595,596 SE '44 
ARNOLD, ARCHIBALD VINCENT, JR., 1922- 

Artillery With The Team. 38:26-29 JA-F '48 


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ARNOLD. BRYAN C. 1913- 

Military Censorship. 33:437-439 JE *43 
ARNOLD, HENRY HARLEY 1886-1950 

Air OP Has Very Young. 36:198-200 AP '46 
ARNOLD, RICHARD L. 1941- 

Alr Assault Artillery. 43:34-37 MY-JE '75 
ARSENALS 

Arsenals. Paul J. Luelllg, Jr. CPT FA 42:50-53,59 MR-AP '74 
ART OF WAR 

Soldier Art Is Excellent. Feature 36:74 F '46 
ARTEP, ARMY TRAINING AND EVALUATION PROGRAM 
Feature. 43:52 JA-F '75 
ARCTIC 

Forward Mush. Stanley W. Oziuban 36:516-520 SE '46 
ARTILLERY 

Artillery of the Future. Hal D. Steward MAJ INF 36:332,333 JE '46 
Artillery Projects of the Future. Karl Heinz Bodllen 44:10-15 JA-F '76 
Can the Artillery Survive. William J. Wood LTC (RET) 41:5-10 0-N '73 
Corps and Non-Olvislonal Artillery, Second of Two Parts. Duncan S. Somerville LT COL FA 
34:622-624 SE '44 

Glorious Artillery Tradition. Robert P. Patterson 36:401 JL '46 
Hybrid Artillery. R.L. Wrenn 43:7-11 MY JE '75 

Know Your Enemy's Weapons, Artillery 105-MM Class. Article 34:241 AP '4 
Mule Artillery. Letter 41:49 0-N '73 
AERIAL-SUPPORT 

Aerial Observation. Article 30:355 SE-0 '40 

Artillery and Bombing Planes, a German Statement As To The Relative Value of These Two 
Weapons. Article 31:545-547 AG '41 
ARMOR-SUPPORT 

Armored Artillery Support. James J. Gibbons, Jr. CAPT FA 34:454 JL '44 
Artillery and the Tank, an Analysis of Portions of the German Artillery Regulations. Feature 
30:243-248 JL-AG '40 

Artillery In Direct Support of Tanks, von Ondarza, MAJ 31:434-436 JE '41 
Artillery In Tank Support. "S'Arkle" 33:179,180 MR '43 

Artillery of Armored Divisions. Gulseppe de Stefanis BRIG GEN IT 30:350-354 SE-0 '40 
Artillery Support of an Armored Division. Edward H. Metzger MAJ FA 31:818-820 N '41 
Artillery Support of Tanks. Charles Nathaniel Tupper CAPT FA 30:65-70 JA-F '40 
Artillery Support of Tanks. M.J. Renton MAJ GB 32:120 F '42 
Artillery Tank Support. Hamilton H. Howze COL CAV 33:779 0 '43 
Brassing Off Kraut. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:694-698 0 '44 

Cooperation In the Red Army, As Viewed By The Soviet Press. Article 34:656-658 SE '44 
A New Fighting Team. P.C. Meachem CAPT 34:778-780 N '44 
Observation In Support of Armor. Sydney S. Combs MAJ FA 34:573,574 AG '44 
Occupying a TD Position Sequence of Evpnts. G.D.W. Court LT COL RA 34:699-701 0 '44 
Tank Destroyer Coordination. G.D.W. Court LT COL RA 34:661,662 SE '44 
TD's Approach Maturity. J.P. Barney, Jr. LT COL FA 34:775-778 N '44 
ARMY-CHINA 

Organizing Artillery Battalions In China. Donald Q. Harris COL FA 35:322-324 JE '45 
ARMY-GERMANY 

German Self-Propelled Mounts. Article 35:432-435 JL '45 
ARMY-RUSSIA 

Artillery In Wooded Swamps. A. Zapadov MAJ USSR 35:365,366 JE '45 
How Artillery Captured A Town. Boris Samoilov COL USSR 35:366,367 JE '45 
ARMY-U.S. 

Japanese Pows View of our Artillery. Raymond Carlson CPL FA 36:211 AP '46 
CAVALRY SUPPORT 

Artillery Support of Foot Cavalry. Charles E. Brady LT COL CAV 34:537 AG '44 
Artillery Witn Cavalry, Brief Lessons From the British Campaign In Palestine. Article 
30:477 N-D '40 

Fire Direction Without Maps. Henry C. Demuth LT COL FA 32:199 MR '42 
DEVELOPMENT 

Field Artillery Abroad, The Development of Artillery In Recent Years. Article 31:54-56 
JA '41 

ARTILLERY DOCTRINE 

Doctrine-Hhere It's At. Article 44:36,50 JL-AG '76 


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Forward Observations. David E. OTT MG: 43:6 SE-0 '75;44:3 JL-AG '76 
On Target Acquisition, Again. Arthur R. Hercz COL (RET) FA 43:35-41 N-D '75 
ARTILLERY DRILL 

Technique and Drill of the 75-iniii Antitank Battery. Article 41:486-492 JL '41 
ARTILLERY. See Also FIELD ARTILLERY (For Coverage of Quick-Fire Weapons) and Entries Under "U.S. 
ARMY ARTILLERY" (For Other Materials Associated With the U.S. ARMY). See Also Entries of 
other Countries under Country Named and the Subheading of "ARMY -ARTILLERY." 

ARTILLERY. FIELD. See FIELD ARTILLERY 
ARTILLERY FIRE 

Attack of Armored Targets. Earl Finley CRT FA 42:12-16 JL-AG '74 
ARTILLERY FIRING (AGF) 

The New Safety Regulations. George V. Keyser LT COL FA 31:748-750 0 '41 
GUNNERY FIRE 

Let's Pass Those Tests. William L. Harr MAJ FA 34:318-320 MY '44 
HISTORY 

The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. Article 42:65 JA-F '74 
Artillery. Daniel Vilfroy 32:952-956 D '42 

Field Artillery - 1941. Williston B. Palmer MAJ FA 31:643-645 SE '41 

Heavy Artillery. John C. Abshier CPT FA 44:31-33 SE-0 '76 

The Honorable Artillery Company. Claud Golding 33:181 MR '43 

Sultan Mehmet the Conquerer. Burt A. Vanderclute II CPT FA 42:39-41 MY-JE '74 

Technology and Civilization. Lynn T. White, Jr. 44:44-47 SE-0 '76 

The Triumph of the Gun, Part I. Hoffman Nickerson 32:102-107 F '42 

Yesterday's Artillery, Colonial Cannon Procurement. Lynn L. Sims CPT 42:5 MY-JE '74 

Yesterday's Artillery, Crew Service and Methods of Fire. Lynn L. Sims CPT FA 42:65 N-0 '74 

Yesterday's Journal, JAN-FEB 1924. Feature 42:14 JA-F '74 

Yesterday's Journal, March-April 1924. Article 42:65 MR-AP '74 

Yesterday's Artillery, 200 Years Ago, July-August 1775. L.L. Sims PhD 43:60-61 JL-AG '75 
Yesterday's Artillery, 200 Years Ago, May-June 1775. L.L. Sims PhD 43:60,61 MY-JE '75 
ARTILLERY IN COMBAT 

Ambushing With Artillery. Parapov MAJ USSR 34:786 N '44 

American Artillery Proves Itself Again. John E. Whelden LT 34:25 JA '44 

Among Those Baptized. Howard A. Smith, Jr. CAPT FA 34:214,215 AP '44 

Armored Artillery Action. Lowell M. Riley COL FA 34:179 MR '44 

Armored Artillery at Sened Station. Orville W. Martin COL FA 33:569-572 AG '43 

Armored Artillery in the Team. Ralph M. Click MAJ FA 39:168-171 JL-AG '49 

An Artillery Action in Somaliland. Article 31:389-391 JE '41 

Artillery at El Alamein By Battery Captain. Article 33:462 JE '43 

Artillery at Orel. Henry C. Cassidy 33:813 N '43 

Artillery at Tarawa. P.M. Rixey LT COL USMC 35:3-6 JA '45 

Artillery Counterpreparation. Levidov COL USSR 33:811,812 N '43 

Artillery Counterpreparation From Intermediate Positions. S. Luginya MAJ USSR 34:786,787 
N '44 

An Artillery Forward Observer on Guadalcanal. John F. Casey, Jr. CAPT FA 33:562-568 AG '43 

Artillery in Action on the Aisne on June 9. Paul W. Thompson CAPT ENG 31:305-307 MY '41 

Artillery in Africa. Article 33:497 JL '43 

Artillery in Air Defense. Robert Kimball CPT FA 41:33-35 0-N '73 

Artillery in an Encirclement. Edward S. Berry LT COL FA 36:88,89 F '46 

Artillery in Attacks on Stone Villages. Francis H. Boucher COL FA 34:708,709 0 '44 

Artillery in Defense Along the Moselle. Harold S. Davis MAJ FA 35:620-623 0 '45 

Artillery in Forest and Marshland. I. Alexeyev COL USSR 33:809 N '43 

Artillery in Normandy. H.W. Blakeley MAJ 39:52-54 MR-AP '49 

Artillery in Street Fighting. 6. Menshikov MAJ USSR 36:471,472 AG '46 

Artillery in the Ardennes. Joseph R. Reeves LT COL FA 36:138-142, 173-184 MR '46 

Artillery in the Bougainville Campaign. John C. Guenther CAPT INF 35:330-334 JE '45 

Artillery in the Defense of Stalingrad. "Esen" (of the Polish Artillery) 34:343-345 JE '44 

Artillery In the Russo-German War. Article 31:672,673 SE '41 

Artillery In Villages. Robert H. Scales Jr, MAJ FA 43:42-44 JL-AG '75 

Artillery Innovations in WWI. Donald E. Ignalls MAJ 42:54-57 SE-0 '74 

Artillery Offensive. Smirnov LT COL USSR 34:788,789 N '44 

Artillery Offensive, An Examination of Russian Practice. W.R. Young CAPT GB 36:26-29 JA '46 
Artillery on New Georgia. Robert C. Glldart LT COL FA 34:82-89 F '44 
Artillery on Offshore Islands. Bernard C. Doming CAPT FA 36:90,91 F '46 


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Artniery on the Offensive. F. Samsonov MAJ GEN USSR 33:584,585 AG '43 
Artillery Operations of the New Georgia Campaign. Harold R. Barker BRIG GEN 34:530-536 AG 
■44 

The Artillery Preparation. John J. Burns LT COL FA 32:607-613 AG '42 
Artillery Representation on High Level Before and During Combat. C.E. Hart BRIG GEN 
38:208-213 SE-0 '48 

Artillery Support in the Yom Kippur War. T.L. Morony BRIG GB 43:40-43 SE-0 '75 

Artillery Targets Across the Rhine. James E. O'Steen LT COL FA 35:471-479 AG '45 

Artillery VS. a German Bridge. Carl F. Myers CAPT 35:361 JE *45 

Artillery With the Team. Archibald V. Arnold MAJ GEN 38:26-29 JA-F '48 

Artillery's Part in the Bastogne Break-in. John H. Merriam CAPT FA 35:407 JL '45 

Bastogne - An Artillery Classic. William R. Jesse LT COL FA 35:718-720 D '45 

Battle Notes of Division Artillery on Luzon. Frank J. Sackton COL GSC 35:539,540 SE '45 

The Battle of Okinawa, an Artillery Angle. Bernard S. Waterman COL FA 35:523-528 SE '45 

Battle of Sidi Bou Zid: 15 Feb 43. Edwin H. Burba LT COL FA 33:643,644 SE '43 

Breaking the Gustav Line. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:506 AG '44 

British Artillery in Flanders. Article 31:206-215 AP '41 

The Buildup: In Order to Win, Part IV. David E. Ott MG 43:9-16 JL-AG '75 

The Cagayan Valley Operation. Archibald M. Rogers MAJ FA 36:99-103 F '46 

Cassino of the Pacific, 96th Division Artillery Against Strongly-Fortified Okinawa. 

Lauren K. Soth CAPT FA 35:465-467 AG '45 
The Caves of Anzio. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:851-854 D '44 

City Fighting Tactics, The Battle of Aachen. Monte M. Parrish CPT FA 44:25-33 SE-0 '76 
The Climb Toward Perfection. Henry J. Blossy CAPT USMC 38:227-230 SE-0 '48 
Combatting Self-Propelled Artillery. V. Ivanov COL USSR 43:54-58 JA-F '75 
Corregidor Cable No. 79. Melville Jacoby 32:263-267 AP '42 
Crete Correspondence. J.P. Dill LT NZ 33:162,163 MR '43 

Desert Victory, the 1st South African Brigade, November, 1941, By its Then Commander. 

Feature 32:750-753 0 '42 

Dirty Work at the Crossroads, (Firing Tables). Edward G. Seidel CAPT FA 34:412,413 JL '44 
Division Artillery in the Battle of New Georgia, July 24 - August 5, 1943. Howard F. 

Haines LT COL FA 33:846-849 N '43 

Doughboy Observers, An Incident in The Action At Ousseltia Pass. Article 33:277 AP '43 
Editorial Comments. Article 31:768 0 '41 

El Quettar:March 25-Apr11 8, 1943. Douglas J. Page COL FA 33:645-647 SE '43 
8" Gun in Italy. Article 34:498 AG '44 

Employment of Artillery in Italy. Norman P. Morrow COL FA 34:499-505 AG '44 
FA as AAA Article 34:855 D '44 

The Fall of Belgium, The Surrender, Part III. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:558-567 AG '41 
Field Artillery Abroad - The Development of Artillery in Recent Years. Article 31:54-56 JA 
'41 

The Field Artillery Buildup: 1967 Combat Operations, Part IV. David E. Ott MG 43:29-34 N-D 
'75 

Field Artillery in the Attack. W.R. Young LT GB 32:539-542 JL '42 

Field Artillery Mobility: In Order to Win, Part III. David E. Ott MG 43:15-22 MY-JE '75 
Fifteen Days - The Defense of Damulaan. Bruce H. Wells LT FA 35:224-232 AP '45 
Fire Control on Omaha Beach. Coit N. Coker LT JG USN 36:530-533 SE '46 
Flexibility Imperative. Article 33:254 AP '43 

Forward Observation in Africa. Richard D. Bush LT FA 33:771-775 0 '43 

4.5-Inch Battalion Fire Direction in Combat. John T. O'Keefe MAJ FA 35:411,412 JL '45 

From North Africa. Article 33:254 AP '43 

From the Seine to Germany, Armored and Infantry Cooperation in the Pursuit. Hugh Exton 
LT COL FA 39:155-159 JL-AG '49 
A Glimpse of Guam. Charles M. Platt SGT USMC 34:789 N '44 
Guadalcanal's Artillery. Robert C. Gildart LT COL FA 33:734-739 0 '43 
Gunner in Luzon, Open Warfare, 1899 Style, Part III. Ernest 0. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 
30:120-128 MR-AP '40 

Gunner in Luzon, South Line-Zapote River, Part VI. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 30:384- 
393 SE-0 '42 

Gunner in Luzon, Young's Expedition, Conclusion. Ernest 0. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 30:478-484 
N-D '40 

How It Actually Works Out. Article 33:128 F '43 

How They Did It. Edward Kraus CAPT FA 32:418-422 JE '42 


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Howitzer Firing, With Kentucky Windage. Raymond Carlson CPL FA 35:609-613 0 '45 

Japanese Artillery In Northern Luzon, 9 January to 30 June 1945. Feature 36:17-23 JA '46 

Kwajalein Atoll - An Interim Report. Archibald V. Arnold MAJ GEN 34:595,596 SE '44 

Let PW's Help You Plan Your Fires. Carl F. Maples LT FA 35:264-267 MY '45 

A Letter to Observers. Ray C. Brewer CAPT FA 34:408-410 JL '44 

Leyte Liaison. Charles C. Sheahan LT FA 35:391 JL '45 

Light Artillery In Europe. John J. Duffy LT COL FA 35:71,72 F '45 

Light Artillery In the Pursuit. I. Mallkin LT COL USSR 34:317 MY '44 

Long Toms In Action. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 33:803,804 N '43 

Mediterranean Odyssey. Michael Buckley, Jr. LT COL FA 32:738-744 0 '42 

Medium Artillery In Burma. J.B. Knowles CAPT FA 35:21-27 JA '45 

Mission: Destruction. Paul F. Wilson MAJ FA 35:481-483 AG '45 

Mountain Warfare. Charles D. Griffiths LT COL 30:322-329 SE-0 '40 

1968-69, A Shau Valley, Part V (Cont.): The Hot War. David E. Ott MG 44:53-57 My-JE '76 

Normandy Armored RSOP and Survey. David E. Olson LT FA 34:681,682 0 '44 

Normandy Effect. Article 34:680 0 '44 

Observation in Italy. Article 34:407,408 JL '44 

Official Commendation. Omar N. Bradley LT GEN 33:652 SE '43 

155th Field Battery At Beja. Article 33:653 SE '43 

The 136th Field Artillery Battalion. Archibald M. Rodgers MAJ FA 35:732,733 D '45 
Operations and Raids, Part V, (Concl.): The Hot War. David E. Ott MG 44:37-43 JL-AG '76 
Personal Experiences (Sidl-Rezegh) . James Tasker MAJ 32:744-746 0 '42 
Preview In the Chaco. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 32:794,795 0 '42 
Random Reflections on Light Artillery In Combat. Donovan Yeue11,Jr. 35:70,71 F '45 
Sea Island Serenade, The Recapture of Guam. P.A. del Valle BRIG GEN USMC 34:803-806 D *44 
Sedjenane-Bizerte: April 8 - May 7, 1943. Douglas J. Page COL FA 33:783,784 0 '43 
VII Corps Artillery Battle Experiences (Ground Observers and Air Observers). Article 
36:293-296 MY '46 

Sidl Bou Zid to Sbeitla, Feb. 14-17, 1973. E.H. Burba LT COL FA 34:8-13 JA '44 

Simplified Observed Fire Procedure. Clift Andrus MAJ GEN 37:79-81 MR-AP '47 

Slugging It Out. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:14-20 JA '44 

"Sniping" With a 155-nin Howitzer. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:412 JL '44 

Sound and Fragment Adjustment. Jay D. Vanderpool CAPT FA 34:458-462 JL '44 

Soviet Artillery Fire. A. Karelsky 32:511 JL '42 

Spearhead Artillery. Frederic J. Brown COL FA 36:502-510 SE '46 

Straight From the Front, Extracts From a Recent Letter From an Artilleryman Overseas. 

Article 34:215,216 AP '44 

Strictly According to the Book, Baptism of Fire of a Battalion of German Light Artillery 
in the Campaign in France, Article 41:510-516 JL '41 
A Surmary of Tunisia. Woodrow M. Smith CAPT FA 33:836 N '43 
Survey at Munda. George T. Fielding CAPT FA 34:42-45 JA '44 
Tank Destroyers in the Roer River Crossing. Paul B. Bell COL FA 35:497,498 AG '45 
There Is One Thing About Combat. Article 35:74 F '45 
Three Months on Bougainville. Howard F. Haines LT COL FA 34:444-450 JL '44 
T.N.T. Wholesale. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:781-784 N '44 
Tobruk Diary, (Concluded). David Larr LT COL GSC 32:295-300 AP '42 
Trolna Addenda. Clift Andrus BRIG GEN 34:163,164 MR '44 
Tunisian Letter. Article 33:499 JL '43 
The Turn of the Tidy, by Observer. Article 32:926-929 D '42 
Under Fire. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 33:891,892 D '43 
The Value of Artillery In Modern War. Article 31:288 MY '41 
Variations From Standard. James F. Cantwell MAJ FA 35:66-68 F '45 
Water-Borne Artillery, New Georgia. Article 34:632,633 SE '44 
What, No Metro Message? Edward A, Raymond IstLT FA 32:614 AG '42 
Why Artillery Fire "Neutralizes," Article 30:96 MR-AP '40 
ARTILLERY IN OFFENSIVE ACTION 

Fifty Guns. A. I. Akram LT GEN PAK 43:54-59 My-JE '75 

Immobilizing Tank Maneuvers. N. Gavrilenko MM GEN USSR 32:846,847 N '42 

Self-Propelled Guns In An Offensive. V. Smirnov COL 35:94 F '45 i 

Soviet Artillery VS. Nazi Artillery. Alexander Petrov MAJ USSR 32:915-917 D '42 i 

Surprise Artillery Attack. V. Tupakhin MAJ USSR 32:910 0 '42 

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INFANTRY SUPPORT 

Artillery in Open Warfare. Article 30:460-464 N-D '40 
As Skirmishers. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:507-510 AG '44 
Combat Teams. Irwin A. Lex MAJ FA 32:502-504 JL '42 

Cooperation: Artillery and Infantry Heavy Weapons. Kruse, COL GER 32:442-446 JE '42 

How Infantry-Artillery Cooperation is Secured in the Red Army. Article 31:790-794 0 '41 

Infantry-Artillery on the Anzio Beachhead. J.W. Ault LT INF 34:404 JL '44 

The Infantry-Artillery Team. Article 44:54-58 SE-0 '76 

The Infantry-Artillery Team. Marshall Sachs 31:779,780 0 '41 

Liaison in the Jungle. Ralph M. Fuller CAPT FA 34:597-599 SE '44 

An LnO in the Rapido Crossing. Paul F. Richmond LT FA 34:405,406 JL '44 

Notes on Liaison. Mert Proctor COL FA 41:522,523 JL '41 

Quote. Henry J. Reilly. 30:366 SE-0 '40 

A Relationship of Respect. Thomas Jack Barham LTC INF 43:33-36 MR-AP '75 
Selling Artillery Support to the Infantry. Thomas Dransfield, III. CAPT FA 34:385 JE '44 
Simple Methods Are Best. Article 34:404,405 JL '44 
ARTILLERY INFANTRY SUPPORT. See Also "INFANTILLERY" 

ARTILLERY INFORMATION SERVICE 

Extracts From the First Army Artillery Information Service (WWII). Charles E. Hart BRIG 
GEN 39:171,172 JL-AG '49; 39:213-215 SE-0 '49; 39:266-268 N-D '49; 40:57 MR-AP '50; 
40:140-144 MY-JE '50 
ARTILLERY INTEGRATION 

Artillery Integration. Jacob L. Devers GEN 37:303 SE-0 '47 
As We Merge. Harry P. Storke COL FA 37:114-117 MR-AP '47 
TC 6-50-1 at Grafenwoehr. Article 44:50,51 SE-0 '76 
ARTILLERY INTELLIGENCE 

Division Artillery Intelligence. James J.A. Kelker MAJ FA 35:456,457 AG '45 
Enetny Artillery Intelligence. William J. Hanks MAJ FA 34:21-23 JA '44 
ARTILLERY LIAISON 

Notes on Liaison. Mert Proctor COL FA 41:522,523 JL '41 
ARTILLERY MANEUVER 

Maneuver of the Light Battalion. John J. Burns LT COL FA 32:339-345 MY '42 
ARTILLERY MANEUVER. See Also MANEUVERS 
MOTORIZED DIVISION-SUPPORT 

Artillery Support of Motorized Divisions. Article 31:226-231 AP '41 
ARTILLERY MOVEMENT 

An Experiment on Guadacanal. William Gray CAPT FA 33:294,295 AP '43 
ARTILLERY OBSERVATION 

Artillerymen Without Guns, the German Observation Battalion. Kurt Gunther LT GER 41:524- 
527 JL '41 

Heavy Artillery Observation Requirements. "H.A.A.G." 34:748,749 N '44 
ARTILLERY OBSERVERS 

Doughboy Observers, An Incident in the Action at Ousseltia Pass. Article 33:277 AP '43 
ARTILLERY OPERATIONS 

Learning From the Engineers. Harold D. Kehm MAJ FA 31:315-322 MY '41 
ARTILLERY ORGANIZATION 

Artillery Support of Motorized Divisons. Article 31:226-231 AP '41 

Artillery With an American Army in Europe. Charles E. Hart BRIG GEN 37:25,26,53-58 JA-F '47 
Corps and Nondivisional Artillery, (First of two parts). Duncan S. Somerville LT COL FA 
34:516-520 AG '44 

Field Artillery Groups. John A. Crane MAJ GEN 35:579-582 0 '45 
Report on the Field Artillery Conference. Louis E. Hibbs MAJ GEN 36:407-413 JL '46 
ARTILLERY POSITIONING 

Some Thoughts on Reconnaissance for Piece Positions. Article 30:186 MY-JE '40 
ARTILLERY PREPARATION. See PREPARATORY FIRES 
ARTILLERY PSYCHOLOGY 

Article. Frederic Culmann GEN FR 31:94 F '42 
ARTILLERY QUIZ 

It Might Have Been You. W.A. Hadfield MAJ FA 33:662,663,680 SE '43 
ARTILLERY. RAILROAD 

Grasshopper VS. Goliath. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 33:849 N '43 
The New Tactics. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:261-265 AP '43 
ARTILLERY, RAILROAD. See Also "GUN-800hW" 


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ARTILLERY RECONNAISSANCE (ARTY/R) 

Artillery Reconnaissance (Arty/R). Paul L. Miller CAPT FA 35:261,262 MY '45 
Artillery Reconnaissance Firing. Paul R. Lowry CAPT FA 34:749-751 N '44 
Arty/R Again. Chester V. Clifton, Jr. LT COL FA 35:404 JL '45 
Artillery Reconnaissance. Paul L. Miller CAPT FA 35:261,262 MY '45 
Battalion Reconnaissance in Combat. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:634,635 SE '44 
How A Tactical Error Was Corrected. N. Semyonov COL USSR 32:961 D '42 
In Combat Forewarned is Forearmed. G.D.W. Court LT COL RA 35:167-169 MR '45 
Recognition. Harold J. Bluhm MAJ FA 34:325,326 MY '44 

Route Reconnaissance - The Hard Way. Raymond W. O'Connor S/SGT FA 35:408,409 JL '45 
VI Corps Artillery Communications. Harry M. Foos, Jr. CAPT FA 35:435-437 JL '45 
Short-Range Firing Against the Siegfried Line. Richard W. Van Horne, CAPT FA 35:75,76 F '45 
Tips From Overseas, II. Bernard J. Rauch LT COL FA 34:639-641 SE '44 
ARTILLERY REINFORCEMENT 

A Suggestion for Reinforcement. Richard C. Carpenter CAPT FA 31:204,205 AP '41 
True Coordinates for More Accurate Reinforcing Fires. Malcolm Shaw, Jr. CAPT FA 34:638 
SE '44 

ARTILLERY, SELF-PROPELLED. See SELF-PROPELLING WEAPONS 
ARTILLERY SPADE 

Use of a Short Trail Log With 75-mri Howitzer. Article 33:265 AP '43 
ARTILLERY SUPPORT 

Artillery Hip Shooting. Robert A. Ellsworth COL FA 33:430,431 JE '43 

Direct-Support Battalion S-2 In Action, From Experience Gained in the Tunisian Campaign. 

Percy W. Thompson LT COL FA 33:883-885 D '43 
Field Artillery Missions. S.L. Nichols LT COL FA 40:63,64 MR-AP '40 
Let's Pull Together - Coordination of Supporting Arms in Amphibious Operations. R.M. 

Brewer LT COL FA 36:455-457 AG '46 

A Tank Company in Support of a Field Artillery Battalion. John T. Monzani MAJ FA 35:103,104 
F '45 

ARTILLERY SURVEY 

Articles. 30:485,486 N-D '40; 33:890, D '43 

Azimuth From Astronomical Observation. Emmet H. Sheridan COMDR USC & GS 35:689,690 N '45 

Back Toward Fundamentals. Arthur R. Hercz MAJ FA 33:204,205 MR '43 

Basic Survey Operations Using Wide-Angle Photo. Article 30:282,283 JL-AG '40 

Coupling. Thomas North MAJ FA 41:517 JL '41 

A Daylight Polaris. Paul Hartman CAPT FA 34:61-63 JA '44 

Determination of Position By Resection From High Air Bursts. Newton W. Jones COL FA 
35:106-109 F '45 

Easy Does It. Robert E. Bernhard, Jr. LT FA 32:705,706 SE '42 
Engineer and Field Artillery Survey, by "Giraffe." 30:277,278 JL-AG '40 

How Accurate Should Base Angles Be, An Elaboration of TM 6-200 (Par. 124) and FM 6-40 

(Par. 119C, 119A, and 115B). Arthur O'Connell LT FA 34:130,131 F '44 
An Important Test. Thomas North LT COL FA 31:751-753 0 '41 

A Method for Target Survey From Dual OP's. J.S. Letcher LT COL USMC 34:249,250 AP '44 

Notes From the Field Artillery School. Article 31:247-249 AP '41 
Notes on Artillery in Recent Operations. Article 33:205 MR '43 
Open-Country Survey. J.M. Murdock LT FA 33:330,331 MY '43 
Tne Polaris Method. James G. Taphorn LT FA 44:8-12 JL-AG '76 
„ A Rapid Computer For Survey Traverses. H.E. Bisbort MAJ FA 33:123-128 F '43 
Rocket and Barometer Rapid Survey. Edward P. Hamilton COL FA 33:613-615 AG '43 
Sic Transit Alidade. Charles N. Tupper CAPT FA 30:147-150 MR-AP '40 
5ome~Survey‘WTTJsed in the ETO. G.R. Bishop CAPT FA 37:171 ,172 MY-JE '47 
Speed and Survey. Francis Kernan LT FA 33:698 SE '43 
Speed Up Your Surveys. Trevor N. Oupuy CAPT FA 32:301-305 AP '42 
Streamlining Resection. Trevor N. DuPuy LT FA 30:152,153 MR-AP '40 
Survey Altimeter Manual. Article 34:635 SE '44 
Survey Aspects in S.W.P.A. John W. Hughes LT FA 34:683-685 0 '44 
Survey Computation Between Grid Zones. Byron B. Jones CAPT FA 32:707 SE *42 
Survey Computation Form. Lauren D. Lampert LT FA 33:122,123 F '43 
Survey in Tropical Island Warfare. Clifford C. Petersen LT FA 33:322-325 MY '43 
Survey on Guadalcanal. James J.A. Kelker MAJ FA 33:850,851 N '43 
Survey Plans and Procedure. Einar B. Gjelsteen LT COL FA I: 32:153-161 F '42; 

II: 32:221- 223 MR '42 


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Survey Problems in Island Warfare. Jay D. Vanderpool CAPT FA 33:929,930 D '43 
Surveys-Pro and Con, A Graphical Computer For Quicker Survey. Lowell Gregory LT FA 
32:699-704 SE '42 

Two-Point, Two-Position, Two-Station Resection. J.E. Bean, Jr. LT FA 33:327-329 MY '43 
Who Shot Polaris? Lewis Griffin M/SGT FA 31:760,761 0 '41 
Why Logarithms, Why Sines and Cosines. C.R. Oliver CAPT FA 33:130-134 F '43 
ARTILLERY SURVEY. See Also ARTILLERY OBSERVATION; OBSERVATION; RADAR; PJIMGING, FLASH; RANGING, 
SOUND 

ARTILLERY TACTICS 

Artillery Tactics. Feature 37:242-247 JL-AG '47 
Aspects of Artillery Tactics. Article 33:606-610 AG '43 

The Development of Soviet Antitank Defense. I. I. Alexeyev LT COL USSR 32:848,849 N '42 
, Direct Support. R.W. Millican MAJ FA 35:199,200 AP '45 

Field Artillery in the Attack, W.R. Young LT GB 32:539-542 JL '42 
, Modern Artillery Tactics. H. Rowan-Robinson MAJ GEN RA 35:414,415 JL '45 

Tactics of Artillery, With Special Reference to the Germans, By "Ultima Ratio." 33:602-606 
AG '43 

Why France Fell, Tactics of the Artillery in War of Movement. Article 31 :3C JA '41 
ARTILLERY TESTING 

Firing Tests for Corps Artillery. Lowell M. Riley COL FA 32:693,694 SE '42 
ARTILLERY TESTS 

Cadre Tests. Articles: I: 32:430-433,456 JE '42; II: 32:533-537,561 ,562 JL '42; III: 
32:615-619, 628 AG '42 

Let's Pass Those Tests. William L. Harr MAJ FA 34:318-320 MY '44 
Officers' Tests. Articles: I: 32:881-883 N '42; II; 32:944-947 D '42 
Tests for Battery Executives. Article 31:625.626 AG '42 
ARTILLERY TRAINER 

Keep Your Eye on the Ball, How the Reserves Use the Trainer at Kansas City. Homer A. Dye 
CAPT FA USAR 30:48,49 JA-F '40 
ARTILLERY TRAINING 

About Stimulating Gun Squads. Henry Burr Parker COL FA 34:111 F '44 
An Additional Means of Training Artillery. John E. Lewis BRIG GEN 33:5,6 JA '43 
Advanced Course (Special) Number Two, Ross B. Warren LT COL FA 31:554-557 AG '41 
Armored Field Artillery in the Tennessee Maneuvers. Lawrence Collins MAJ FA 31:698,699 SE 
'41 

Artillery Fire Marking During Second-Third Army Maneuvers, September 15 to 30, 1941, by 
Observer. 31:900,901 N '41 
Artillery Fires. Article 32:170,171 F '42 

Artillery Hints Derived As a Result of Recent Combat in Europe. Kruse COL GER 31:95-99 
F '42 

Artillery Hip Shooting. Robert A. Ellsworth COL FA 33:430,431 JE '43 
Artillery Training At West Point. Article 44:49,50 SE-0 '76 
As Skirmishers. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:507-510 AG '44 
Battle Experience Course. Gilbert T. Webb CAPT FA 33:385-388 MY '4_ 

Black and Blue War. John W, Haines CAPT FA USAR 30:473-477 N-D '40 
Bugs and Boners. Christiancy Pickett COL FA 33:432-436 JE '43 
Call Me Admiral. Burt A. VanderClute COL FA 42:56,57 N-D '74 

The Camp Roberts Replacement Center. Oliver F. Marston LT COL FA 31: 178,179 MR '41 

Canada's Fort Sill. Feature 33:922,923 D '43 

Centralized Training. J.V. Delahaye LT COL GB 31:276,277 MY '41 

Direct Fire, 1941 Edition. Allerton Cusnmon LT FA 31:11-13 JA '41 

Divarty Artep. Article 44:53 SE-0 '76 

FA, a Choice With a Future. Robert L. Duedall CPT FA 43:46-48 JL-AG '75 

Field Artillery Firing Centers, Origins of Camps Knox, Bragg, and Taylor. William J. 

Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 30:447-455 N-D '40 

Field Artillery Replacement Centers. Edwin P. Parker, JK. LT COL FA 31:83-86 F '42 
The First Chief of Field Artillery, Formulation of a General Training Scheme, Part II. 

William J. Snow-MAJ GEN (RET) 30:97-106 MR-AP '40 
Forward Observations, David E. Ott MG: 42:5,14 N-D '74; 43:5,6 MY-JE '75; 43:6 SE-0 '75; 
44:6 JA-F '76 

Guadalcanal Letter. James J. Heriot LT COL FA 33:748 0 '43 
The Gunner Net. O.M. Lund LT GEN GB 36:574-576 0 '46 

Hostile Training Enivronment, Trainers, Rise Up, Lee Baxter CPT FA 44:16-20 JA-F '76 


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How Can Rapidity of Fire and of Preparations to Fire Be Increased. Frolich LT GER 31:702, 
703 SE '41 

Important News of Field Artillery Training Literature, Article 33:665 SE '43 

It Might Have Been You. W.A. Hadfield MAJ FA 33:662,663,680 SE '43 

Let Well Enough Alone. Harold G. Miller LT FA 33:518,519 JL '43 

A Letter to Captain Baxter. John S. Crosby COL FA 44:13-15 JL-AG '76 

Luzon Diary, Charles R. Lewis CAPT FA 32:260-262 AP '42 

M-31. Mini-ARTEP a U V Corps Arty. Article 44:30-32 MY-JE '76 

Make Your Gunnery Practice Realistic. Article 34:368 JE '44 

A Mobilization Training Program, Production-Line Method of Producing Trained Field 
Artillerymen in Four Months. Robert A. Ellsworth CAPT FA 31:88-94 F '42 
Moving Targets on Sunken Track Ranges. Dale E. Means CAPT FA 31:568-570 AG '41 
New CPX for FAOAC. Article 44:34,35 JL-AG '76 

Notes on Artillery Air Observation. James Edmonds CAPT FA 33:893-896 D '43 

"One Army" Concept Alive and Active. Feature 42:60 SE-0 '74 

The 108th Field Artillery Trainer. Louis B. Ely MAJ FA 31:49-53 JA '41 

155's On "The Canal." Article 33:775 0 '43 

"Operation Redleg." Bruce A. Olson CPT INF 44:29-31 MR-AP '76 

Origin of the Field Artillery School. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:100-109 F '42 
The Rains Might Not Come. Oliver F. Marston MAJ FA 30:24,25 JA-F '40 
Range Practice. Dean Acheson 43:34-38 JA-F '75 
Service Practice. Article 34:130 F '44 

The 75-mn Battalion in Attack, the FA Meeting Engagement. Article. 30:222-228 MY-JE '40 
A Strenuous Two Weeks, 345th FA Serves An Active Duty Tour Near Marfa, Texas. Edmund H. 
Levy COL FA USAR 30:129-132 MR-AP '40 

Subcali''ar. A. Using Air Rifles; B. Using an Air Compressor. David Larr MAJ FA 
31:661-666 SE '41 

Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks, George M. Dean MAJ FA 32:381,382 MY '42 
They Start to Roll. Edwin P. Parker LT COL FA 31:273-276 MY '41 
13E Basic NCOES, A Course for All Seasons. Feature 43:48,49 MR-AP '75 
The Time Has Come. Wilson A. Shoffner LTC FA 44:46-53 JA-F '76 
Training A Motorized Battery. Article 33:542,543 JL '43 
Training AA Gunners. Dwight E. Moorhead LT COL CAC 33:421-423 JE '43 
Training for War. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 30:249-260 JL-AG '40 
Training of the Forward Observer in the German Army. Thomas North LT COL FA 32:11-15 JA 
'42 

Two Replacement Centers, Camp Roberts, CA, (I). O.F. Marston LT COL FA 31:373-378 JE '41 
Two Replacement Centers, Fort Sill, OK., (II). William J. Egan LT COL FA 31:373-378 JE '41 
USAFAS Training Circulars. Feature 43:53 JA-F '75 
Use of Rockets for Training Observers. Article 31:706 SE '41 
Wings for Santa Barbara. William W. Ford MAJ FA 31:232-234 AP '41 
ARTILLERY WHEEL 

An Experiement on Guadacanal. William Gray CAPT FA 33:294,295 AP '43 
ARTY/R. See ARTILLERY RECONNAISSANCE. 

ASIA 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA. 36:231-240 AP '46; 36:297-304 MY 
'46 ; 36:430-436 JL '46; 36:475-482 AG '46; 37:124-133 MR-AP '47; 37:184-194 MY-JE '47; 
37:315-324 SE-0 '47; 37:371-378 N-D '47; 38:38-47 JA-F '48; 38:86-95 MR-AP '48 
ASSAULTS 

Amphibious Crossings. Article 34:785 N '44 

Artillery in Attacks on Stone Villages. Francis H. Boucher COL FA 34:708,709 0 '44 
The Big Problem, Piley Sunderland. LT FA 33:2-4 JA '43 

The Caucasian Isthmus, Land Bridge From Europe to Asia. Arthur Henry Moehlman CAPT 
32:783-787 0 '42 

Dunkirk in the Mediterranean. Allan A. Michie 33:170-172 MR '43 
Invasion of England, a Preview. Feature 31:442-450 JL '41 
The One-Night, No Bullet War. Harold Heifer 40:108 MY-JE '50 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 33:332-340 MY '43; 34:416-427 JL 

• 44 

Routes Into Europe, A Study in Terrain. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 

I: 33:402-409 JE '43 

II: Islands of the Western Mediterranean 33:510-517 JL '43 
III: The Aegean Area 33:590-597 AG '43 


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IV: The Balkan Peninsula 33:682-688 SE '43 

V: Italy 33:749-755 0 '43 

VI: Norway 33:853-858 N '43 

VII: North France 33:933-939 D '43 

VIII: North France 34:48-54 JA '44 

IX: North France 34:96-98 F '44 

X: South France 34:182-186 MR '44 

Sea Island Serenade, The Recapture of Guam. P.A. delValle BRIG GEN USMC 34:803-806 D '44 
ATKINS, WALTER D. 

Aerial Conduct of Field Artillery Fire. 33:359,360 MY '43 
This New Fire-Direction Technique. 31:985 D '41 
ATOMIC ENERGY 

Atomic Military Theory, Some Reflections on Pre and Post Atomic Military Theory. Hoffman 
Nickerson 36:204-207 AP '46 
ATOMIC TESTS 

Out of Balance. Anthony C. McAullffe MAJ GEN 36:614,615 N-D '46 
ATOMIC WARFARE 

Article 40:94 MR-AP '50 

1 SEP - 31 OCT '49 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 39:269-278 N-D '49 
ATTACHE DUTY 

Duty as Military Attache. Lowell M. Riley MAJ GSC 30:364-366 SE-0 '40 
AHACK 

A Plan for Counterbattery In an Attack of a Position. Article 30:416-424 N-D '40 
AHU (WWII) 1943 

Amphibious 105's. Oscar Maynard Doerflinger CAPT FA 34:57,58 JA '44 
AULT. J.W. 

Infantry-Artillery on the Anzio Beachhead. 34:404 JL '44 
AUSTRIA 

ARMY-FIELD ARTILLERY 

Useful Points From Austrian Field Artillery. Frederick W. Hess LT FA 33:536,537 JL '43 
AUTHOR INDEXES - FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL 
1940 : 32:77,50 JA"^ 

1941: 32:79,80 JA '42 

1942: 32:975,976 D '42 

1943: 33:959,960 D '43 
1944: 34:879,880 D '44 
1945: 35:768 D '45 
1946: 36:672 N-D '46 
1947: 37:392 N-D '47 
1948: 38:296 N-D '48 

1949: 39:288 N-D '49 

1950: 40:11 MY-JE '50 
AUTOMOBILES 

Japanese Diesel Engines. Article 41:527 JL '41 
AVIATION. MILITARY 

Flying In Combat - Longer. Warren R. Behm LT FA 35:91 F '45 
Too Valuable to Lose. Robert G. Tetu Jr. MAJ FA 42:46-50 JL-AG '74 
AWARDS 

Field Artilleryman Honored at Purdue University. Article 41:471 JL '41 
AZORES 

The Azores. Otto Constantinl 33:912 D '43 



BABCOCK. DAVID S. 1899- 

Antitank Attack. 31:830-833 N '41 
BAEHR, CARL A. 1885- 

Airphibious Operations. 30:338-340 SE-0 '40 
BAETJER, EDWARD B. 

Last of a "GRASSHOPPER." Article 34:812 D '44 
BAGUIO (WWII), 1945 

The Battle for Baguio. Archibald M. Rodgers MAO FA 35:642-646 N '45 
BAKER, EDWARD E. 

Ode to the Grasshopper. 34:480 JL '44 
BALDWIN, HANSON WEIGHTMAN, 1903- 

A War of Superlatives. 35:597,598 0 '45 
BALKAN PENINSULA 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:44-52 JA-F '47 
Routes Into Europe, A Study in Terrain, Part IV, The Balkan Peninsula. Conrad H. Lanza 
COL (RET) FA 33:682-688 SE '43 

War in the Balkans. Conrad H. Lanza Col FA: 31:872-884 N '41; 31:944-953 D '41; 32:46-59 
JA '42; 32:130-143 F '42; 32:224-233 MR '42 
BALL, FRANKLIN W. 

An England-France Subway. 38:276 N-D '48 
Stars Fell on Iwo Jima, 38:224,225 SE-O '48 
BALLISTICS 

Ballistic Baseball. Allan Nunes-Vais 42:9-11,15 SE-0 '74 
BALMER, DESMOND D. 1895- 

A New Commandant F.A.S. Feature 32:578 AG '42 
BANKS, JOSEPH HART, 1911- 

Speak Up. 38:175 JL-A6 '48 
BARBARA, SAINT (PATRON SAINT OF ARTILLERY) 

Article. 44:8 N-D '76 

Confession and Prayer for Pardon to St. Barbara, by a World War Artilleryman. Fairfax D. 

Downey MAJ FA 31:78 F '41 
In honor of St. Barbara. Article 40:2 JA-F '50 

"Junior Officer's Prayer to Santa Barbara." N.M.G. Locksley LT 31:624 AG '42 
Poem. Fairfax Downey MAJ FA 32:635 AG '42 

Saint Barbara, Patron Saint of Artillery. J. Hunter Beaty MAJ FA 42:16-19 N-D '74 
Santa Barbara Day, 1939. Article 30:45 JA-F '40 
Some Legends of St. Barbara. Article 35:739-741 D '45 
BARDO F. A. 

''How's’the Air Up There?" 33:412 JE '43 
BARHAM, THOMAS JACK, 1936- 

A Relationship of Respect. 43:33-36 MR-AP '75 
BARKALOW, RAE 

F.A.S. Poem 31:177 MR '41 
BARKALOW, RUSSEL G. 

A Real Reel Improvement. 35:599 0 '45 
BARKER, HAROLD R. 

Artillery Operations of the New Georgia Campaign 34:530-536 AG '44 
BARKER, WALTER EMIL, 1914- 

Digest of New Observed Fire Procedure. 37:83-87 MR-AP '47 
BARNES, WILLIAM A.. JR. 

Sound Ranging. 34:358,359 JE '44 
BARNETT, WILLIAM W. JR., 1920- 

The Battle of the Hemp Bales 39:72 MR-AP '49 
Shelby's Expedition to Mexico. 39:121,122 MY-JE '49 


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BARNEY. J. P,, JR. 

TD's Approach Maturity. 34:775-778 N '44 
BARRAGES 

FA as AAA. Article 34:855 D '44 
BARRY, JAMES P. 

That Cannon Company. 35:102,103 F '45 
BART. MORRIS 

Here They Get Wings (Pittsburg, KS). 34:194 MR '44 
BARTH, GEORGE B. 1897- 

Antidote for Blitzkrieg. 30:262,263 JL-AG '40 
BARTLETT, C.E. 

Metro Slide for GFT. 34:620,621 SE '44 
BARTLETT, WILLIAM H. 1898- 

Organization of Observation. 32:2-9 JA '42 
BARUCH, BERNARD MANNES, 1870-1965 

A Cold War. 37:230,231 JL-AG '47 
BASTOGNE (WWII), 1944-45 

Artillery's Part in the Bastogne Break-in. John H. Merriam CAPT FA 35:407 JL '45 
Bastogne - An Artillery Classis. William R. Jesse LT COL FA 35:718-720 D '45 
BATAAN (WWII), 1942 

How They Did It. Edward Kraus CAPT FA 32:418-422 JE '42 
Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:358-363 MY '42 
BATAAN - CORREGIDOR (WWII), 1942 

Corregidor Cable No. 79. Melville Jacoby 32:263-267 AP '42 
Luzon Diary. Charles R. Lewis CAPT FA 32:260-262 AP '42 

Perimeters in Paragraphs: Bataan - Corregidor. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:550-556, 

JL '42 

BATTALION COMMUNICATION OFFICER (BCO) 

Communication Problems. W.A. Scoville LT FA 32:383-386 MY '42 
BATTERY ADOPTION 

Items From the Artillery School. Article 37:368,369 N-D '47 
BATTERY COMMANDER (BC) 

Articles: Part I. 31:736-742 0 '41; Part II: 31:895-899 N '41 
Observations of a Battery Commander. John J. Morris CAPT FA 36:403-405 JL '46 
ROTC Graduates Successful as Battery Commanders. Article 31:153 MR '41 
BATTERY EXECUTIVES 

Battery XO Handbook Revised. Feature 43:55 JL-AG '75 
Beware of These. Article 34:324 MY '44 

Circular Convergence Table and Firing Data Card. George F.A. Pearsall LT FA 31:250 AP '41 
Helps For Executives. Samuel D. Foster, Jr. LT FA 32:121 F '42 
Minimum Elevation Table. Arthur R. Hercz CAPT FA 31:322 MY '41 
A Note From the Executive. Ulrich G. Gibbons CAPT FA 32:532 JL '42 
Tests For Battery Executives. Article 31:625,626 AG '42 
Tips From a Battery Executive. R.W. Grimm LT FA 35:499 AG '45 
BATTERY LAYING. See FIELD ARTILLERY - BATTERY LAYING 
BAHERY MAINTENANCE 

Check-Up Before Fast Charging. Article 32:386 MY '42 
BATTERY OFFICER 

How to Produce an Efficient Firing Battery, Part I. Harold F. Handy MAJ FA, ET AL 31:743-748 
0 '41 

BATTERY OPERATIONS 

Battle Experience Course, Gilbert T. Webb CAPT FA 33:385-388 MY '43 
Firing Battery Operations, TC 6-50-1, Draft Edition. Feature 43:6 MR-AP '75 
Immediate Suppression With a Dedicated Battery, TC 6-20-2, Draft Edition. Feature 
43:6 MR-AP '75 
BATTERY POSITIONS 

Battery Fire-Direction Centers. David E. Ott CAPT FA 40:18-20 JA-F '50 
Battery Positions. Article 34:606 SE '44 
BAHLE 

Article: 30:278 JL-AG '40; 32:566 JL '42 

Battle Performance of Field Artillery, Letter. Lesley J. McNair LT GEN 33:642 SE '43 
Before the Battle. Boris Gorbatoff 32:962 0 '42 

A Challenge to All, Battlefield Survivability. James W. Dearlove MAJ FA 43:52,53 JL-AG '75 


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BATTLE, JOSEPH M. 

Celestial Comments. 33:230 MR '43 
BATTLE TRAINING 

After the Landing, By Arty Bn Comdrs, 29th Inf Div. 35:135-138 MR '45 
BAHLEFIELD ILLUMINATION 

Battlefield Illumination. Feature 43:54,55 JL-AG '75 
BATTLEFIELDS 

Historical Precedent for Today's Modern Battlefield. Paul F. Pearson COL FA 43:56-58 MR-AP 
'75 

BATTLES. See Under Specific Battle, War Period, and Year. 

BAHO, OETE 

The Artillery in Large Armored Units. 31:154-156 MR '41 
BAUER, ALFRED 

Mountain Firing With Air Observation. 34:40 JA '44 
BAXTER, LEE 

Hostile Training Environment, Trainers, Rise Up. 44:16-20 JA-F '76 
BAYONET 

New Knife-Bayonet. Feature 43:24 N-D '75 
BAZOOKA 

A Use of the Bazooka. R.W. Schmelz MAJ FA 33:805-808 N '43 
BEAN, J.E., JR. 

Two-Point, Two-Position, Two-Station Resection. 33:327-329 MY '43 
BEARINGS (METAL) 

Keep Bearings Wrapped. Article 34:806 0 '44 
BEATY, JAMES HUNTER, 1938- 

Saint Barbara, Patron Saint of Artillery. 42:16-19 N-D '74 
BEAVERS, JIM 

AAF's Flying Artillery, The 75-iTin Baker Two-Five. 44:25-29 JL-AG '76 
BEAVERS, M.F. 

Quick, Where Am I, a Rapid Method of Graphical Resection. 31:417-420 JE '41 
BECHTOLD, EDWARD S. 1912- 

1st Infantry Division Artillery, March 4 - April B, 1943 33:781,782 0 '43 
Sea Artillery, 32:374,375 MY '42 

BEES 

Bees of War. Harold Heifer 40:129 MY-JE '50 
BEHM, WARREN R. 

Flying in Combat - Longer. 35:91 F '45 
BEIDERLINDEN, WILLIAM ARTHUR, 1895- 

Displacement of Field Artillery. 36:640-642 N-D '46 
BELAYEV, B. 

Offensive Artillery Action. 33:812 N '43 
BELL, PAUL B. 

Prescription For An All-Out War. 34:95 F '44 
Sub-Caliber For the Antitank Gun. 33:39 JA '43 
Tank Destroyers in the Roer River Crossing. 35:497,498 AG '45 
BELLAH, JAMES W. 

Air Defense By Dispersal. 32:857,858 N '42 
BELSER, I.F., JR. 

Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment. 35:604,605 0 '45 
BENCH, GERALD N. 

One Picture. 33:112-116 F '43 
BENET, STEPHEN VINCENT, 1898-1943 

Generals in Action. 33:68,69 JA '43 
BENNET, ALEXANDER S. 1899- 

Aiming Point: VP. 30:193,194 MY-JE '40 
An Emplacement for the 75-mm,M2. 41:492,493 JL '41 
Restitution With Parallel Rule. 35:540-542 SE '45 
Time Shell. 31:81 F '41 
BENSON, CLARENCE C. 

Some Tunisian Details. 34:2-7, JA '44 
BENSON, JOHN SIDNEY, 1917- 

Fuze Wrench. 36^642 N-D '46 
BERLIN (WWII), 1945 

Artillery in Street Fighting. G. Menshikov MAJ USSR 36:471,472 AG '46 


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BERNHARD, ROBERT E., JR. 

Easy Does It. 32:705,706 SE '42 
BERRY, EDWARD SEGDWICK, 1905- 

Artillery in Air-Ground Cooperation. 38:169-172 JL-AG '48 
Artillery in an Encirclement. 36:88,89 F '46 
BERTMAN, J.H. 

Ricochet Fire-Interim Report. 33:522,523 JL '43 
BESLER, IRVINE F., JR. 

Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment. 35:679,680 N '45; 36:49 JA '46 
BESSEL'S FUNCTIONS 

Bessel (Italian) Resection. Edwin J. Seibert CAPT FA 32:922,923 D '42 
BESTOR, RICHARD JUDSON, 1917- 

Artillery and the Fighter Bombers. 36:50-52 JA '46 
BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

Clip and Save. Article 44:35 JL-AG '76 
Letter. Lester L. Miller Jr. 44:5,6 N-D '76 
BIG BERTHA 

Note: First Weapon So-Named Was a 420-mm Railroad Mortar/Howitzer. All Subsequent Guns 
With Still Larger Bore Diameters Were Also So-Named. See Entries Under "Gun." 

BILBO, THEODORE GILMORE, JR., 1910- 

Economy in Killing. 39:210-213 SE-0 '49 
BIMBERG, EDWARD L. ^ 

Animal Transport and the National Guard. 38:37 JA-F '48 
BINGHAM, ROBERT H. 

Naval Gunfire in Support of Landing Operations. 33:212,213 MR '43 
BINOCULARS 

Binoculars Help At Night Too. Article 35:460 AG '45 
BIOGRAPHY 

Major General Robert Melville Danford. Feature 32:258,259 AP '42 
Senior Field Artilleryman, Lesley James McNair. Feature 32:898,899 0 '42 
BIRD, JOHN F. 1902- 

The Forward Observer. 31:458-463 JL '41 
BISBORT, HAROLD E. 

Firing Tests Uncover the "Whamries." 33:524-527 JL '43 
A Rapid Computer for Survey Traverses. 33:123-128 F '43 

bishop g r 

Some Survey SOP's Used in the ETO. 37:171,172 MY-JE '47 
BLACKOUTS 

Lighting Fire Units During Blackouts. Article 34:415 JL '44 
BLACKS 

Negro Artillery in World War II. Feature 36:228,229 AP '46 
They Also Fought. Robert Dalton MAJ FA 41:18-23 0-N '73 
BLACKWELL, J.R. 

Artillery Course at Quantico. 33:538,539 JL '43 
BLAIR, ARTHUR W. 

With 8" Guns in Belguim. 35:169 MR '45 
BLAKELEY, HAROLD WHITTLE, 1893- 

Artillery in Normandy. 39:52-54 MR-AP '49 
Infantry Division in Europe. 36:262-268 MY '46 
Walter Huston and "Keep 'em Rolling." 40:114-116 MY-JE '50 
BLENHEIM, 1704 

The Duke of Marlborough. Phillip E. Myers 2nd LT FA 41:28-32 0-N '73 
BLIVEN, BRUCE, JR. 

How We Trained for D-Day. 35:11-13 Ja '45 

BLOOD 

Blood Donor Service Saves Many Lives. Article 34:178 MR '44 
BLOSSY, HENRY J. 

The Climb Toward Perfection. 38:227-230 SE-0 '48 
BLUHM, HAROLD J. 

Attached Automatic Weapons Bn (AAA). 34:246-248 AP '44 
Recognition. 34:325,326 MY '44 
Where Shall We Put the Fifties. 34:190,191 MR '44 
BOARDS OF OFFICERS 

Army Ground Forces Boards. Guy 0. Kurtz BRIG GEN 36:210,211 AP '46 


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BOARDS, PLOTTING. See PLOTTERS 
BODLIEN, KARL HEINZ 

Artillery Projects of the Future. '•4:10-15 JA-F '76 
BOGOTA CONFERENCE, 1948 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 38:133-143 MY-JE '48 
BOISEAU, LOUIS T. 1867-1941 
Obituar'-. 31 :402 JE '41 

BOMBS 

Sock 'em. Article 32:766 0 '42 

BONDS 

Hang Onto Your Terminal Leave Bond. Feature 37:370 N-D '47 
BONNER, STANLEY B. 1904- 

Antenna Mounting. 31:869-871 N *41 
BOOK REVIEW 

Modern Methods of Attack and Their Antidote, a Review. Feature 32:410 MY '42 
Top Secret, Explosive Book. Article 36:284,285 MY '46 
BOOK REVIEWS. See Also RESPECTIVE ISSUES OF THE FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL 
BOOKS 

Military Study as a Science. John Y. S. Chen LT CH 32:273 AP '42 
BORNEO 

Borneo. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:771-774 N '44 
BORNING, BERNARD C. 

Artillery on Offshore Islands. 36:90,91 F '46 
BOUCHER. FRANCIS H. 1890- 

Artillery in Attacks on Stone Villages. 34:708,709 0 '44 
BOUGAINVILLE (WWII), 1943 

Artillery in the Bougainville Campaign. John C. Guenther CAPT INF 35:330-334 JE '45 
Three Months on Bougainville. Howard F. Haines LT COL FA 34:444-450 JL '44 
BOULES, ALLEN 

FASR. 42:58,64 N-0 '74 
BORNEUF, HENRI 

"GRASSHOPPER" Survey-Part II. 34:452,453 JL '44 
BOWEN, ROBERT BRUCE, 1923- 

Keynote Realism. 39:103-105 MY-JE '49 
BOXER REBELLION, 1900-1901 

At the Gates of the Manchu. John 8. 8. Trussell, Jr MAJ CAC 40:72-75 MR-AP '50 
BOYLAN, J.M. 

Remount (Pack Mule) Training Schedule (21-Day Working Quarantine Period). J.M. Boylan 
CAPT FA 34:108-110 F '44 

BRACKET ADJUSTMENT. See GUNNERY - FIRE ADJUSTMENT 
BRACKETING. See TARGET BRACKETING 
BRADLEY, OMAR NELSON 1893- 
Feature 38:58 MR-AP '48 
Official Commendation. 33:652 SE '43 
BRADY, CHARLES E, 

Artillery Support of Foot Cavalry. 34:537 AG '44 
BRAGG, BRAXTON 1817-1876 

The Contentious Mr. Bragg. George T. Ness, Jr. 38:83 IJ«-AP '48 
BRAMWELL, P.W. 

Incidents From the Battle of France, Armored Action Near the Coast. 31:403-412 JE '41 
BRANDT, CLARKE MAY, 1932- 

What's Up Doc. 41:8,9 JL '73 
BRAZIL 

Brazil, Half a Continent. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 32:865-869 N '42 
ARMY - HH PACK ARTY BN 
Brazilian Attitude. Toast 33:663 SE '43 
ARMY-ARTILLERY 

Good Neighbors, Artillery Activities In the Joint Brazil United States Military Commission. 
Walter J. Bryde LT COL FA 37:340,341 N-D '47 
BREAKOUTS 

Armored Attack South of A . Feature 31:543,544 AG '41 


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BREAKTHROUGHS 

The Artillery in Large Armored Units. Oete Blatto COL 31:154-156 MR '41 
The Fall of Belgium, the Mellee, in Three Installments. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 41:472- 
484 JL '41 

The Field Artillery Journal's Military Commentator Reports on the Breakthrough at Sedan. 
Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:70-78 F '41 

Panzers Across the Meuse, a Modern Example of an Attack Against a River Line. Feature 
31:194-203 AP '41 
BREST CAMPAIGN (WUII), 1944 

A Communications Headache in the Brest Campaign. Harry J. Mathews, Jr. CAPT FA 35:140.141 
MR '45 
BREWER, CARLOS 

Airplane Shoots Via Signals, FAJ July-August 1924. 42:8,62 JL-AG '74 
BREWER, RAY C. 

A Letter to Observers. 34:408-410 JL '44 
BREWER, ROBERT MOORE, 1919- 

Let's Pull Together - Coordination of Supporting Arms in Amphibious Operations. 36:455- 
457 AG '46 
BREWSTER, R.M. 

"Undenter," Shell Case, 105-mm Howitzer. 33:932 D '43 
BRIDGEHEADS 

Battle of the Tagbong River. William P. O'Connor LT FA 35:285-300 MY '45 
The Big Problem. Riley Sunderland LT FA 33:2-4 Ja '43 
Forcing the Somme. Reinicke MAJ GER 31:612-618 AG '42 

Harassing Fire, an Engineer's Impression of the Effect of Artillery Fire. William C. Hall 
COL CE 35:68,69 F '45 

Mediums at Mantes. John J. Osborne LT FA 35:44-48 JA '45 

Small Unit Action, Crossing the Meuse. Tattnall R. Pritchard, Jr. CAPT FA 38:128-130 
MY-JE '48 

BRIDGES 

Artillery VS. A German Bridge. Carl F. Maples CAPT 35:361 JE '45 
Over Hill, Over Dale, Over Bridges? John A. Lane LT FA 34:223-225 AP '44 
What Every Artilleryman Should Know About Bridges. Elihu Geer MAJ FA 32:930,931 0 '42 
BRINDLEY, WILLIAM 

Magnificient Mud (Fort Mifflin). 39:124,125 MY-JE '49 
BRISTOL, DELBERT LEROY, 1918- 

Air OP is Here to Stay. 36:586,587 0 '46 
BRITISH EMPIRE 

Empire in Transition. Paul W. Caraway COL INF 37:150-153 MY-JE '47 
BROWN, FREDERIC JOSEPH, 1905- 

Spearhead Artillery. 36:502-510 SE '46 
BRUNS, JAMES D. 1935- 

Pet (Personal Effectiveness Training). 42:27,28 SE-0 '74 
BRUSSELS TREATY, 1948 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad ri. Lanza COL (RET) FA. 39:82-91 MR-AP '49 
BRYDE, WALTER JOSEPH, 1910- 

Good Neighbors, Artillery Activities in the Joint Brazil United States Military Commission. 
37:340,341 N-D '47 
"B.T.B." 

Employment of Tank Destroying Cannon. 33:28-30 JA '43 
BUCHLY, HOWARD L. 

MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test, Evaluation and Review). 43:49-51 JL-AG '75 
BUCK, HOWARD F. 

Combined Conduct of Fire. 35:336,337 JE '45 
BUCKLEY. MICHAEL. JR. 1902- 

Mediterranean Odyssey. 32:738-744 0 '42 
BUGLE CALLS 

"TAPS." Article 33:733 0 '43 
BUILT-UP AREAS. WARFARE 

Artillery in Attacks on Stone Villages. Francis H. Boucher COL FA 34:708,709 0 '44 
City Fighting Tactics, the Battle of Aachen. Monte M. Parrish CPT FA 44:25-33 SE-0 '76 
German Assaults Upon Permanent Fortifications. C.T. Schmidt CAPT INF 31:360-364 JE '41 
Planning the Artillery Attack on a Fortified Area. George W. Landis MAJ FA 35:136-140 MR 

The Triumph of the Gun, Part I. Hoffman Nickerson 32:102-107 F '42 

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J. 


BULL RUN I (U.S. CIVIL WAR). 1861 

The Battery That Saved the Day. Cary Ingram Crockett COL INF 30:26-33 JA-F '40 
BUNKER HILL. 1775 

A Disastrous Victory. Jerome Kearful 39:220 SE-0 '49 
BURBA. EDWIN H. 

Armored Artillery Communication. 34:221 AP '44 
Battle of Sidi Boli Zid: 15 Feb 43. 33:643.644 SE '43 

Sidi Boli Zid to Sbeitla. Feb 14-17. 1973. 34:8-13 JA '44 

BURCH. E.T. 

Canadian Militia Training Centres. 31:86.87 F '42 
BURKHARDT. GEORGE S. 

Psychological Warfare. 1864. 37:220 JL-AG '47 

BURMA 

Burma. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:370-377 JE '44 
Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:685-692 SE '42 
ARMY-ARTILLERY 

Non-Oivisonal Artillery in Burma. Robert C. Taber MAJ FA 36:152-156 MR '46 
BURNS. ABBOTT H. 

Principles of Observed High-Angle Fire. 34:37-39 JA '44 
12-Inch Graphical Firing Table. 34:298.299 MY '44 
When Registering. 33:348 MY '43 
BURNS. JOHN J. 1898- 

The Artillery Preparation. 32:607-613 AG '42 

The Employment of Corps Artillery. 33:208-211 MR '43; 33:283-290 AP '43 
Maneuver of the Light Battalion. 32:339-345 MY '42 
Strategical March of the Light Artillery Battalion. 32:21-27 JA '42 
RlIRRPt I UAI TFR F 1Q1R- 

Tactical Use of Base-Ejection Smoke Shell. 33:745-748 0 '43 
BURRITT. IDA CALHOUN 

U.S.A.T. Royal T. Frank. Requiescat In Pace . 32:911.912 D '42 
B"SH. RALPH R. 

New Indoor Smoke-Puff Terrain Boards. 34:112-114 F '44 
BUSH. RICHARD D. 

Forward Observation in Africa. 33:771-775 0 '43 
BUSHIDO 

Self-Help. Harold G. Miller LT FA 33:50-53 JA '43 
BUSSEY. T.E. 

The Pass. 38:225.226 SE-0 '48 
BYRN. JAMES H.. 1935- 

Field Artilleryman's Library. 44:36-38 MR-AP '76 


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CAGLE. MALCOLM W. 

Parachuting Isn't Getting Easier. 39:76,77 MR-AP '49 
CAHILL, JOHN 0, 

20-minute Flat Top. 33:928 D '43 
CAISSON 

Names Old and New. Article 33:509 JL '43 
CALIBRATION 

Calibrating Angle of Site - "Erd for End" Method. Article 35:198 AP '45 
Field Calibration. Charles M. Thatcher CAPT ORD 36:617-620 N-D '46 
CAMEL ARTILLERY 

Camel Artillery. Letter 42:3 SE-0 *74 
CAMELS 

North African Comments. Article 33:254 AP '43 
CAMERAS 

Long Distance Camera. Feature 37:379 N-0 '47 
CAMOUFLAGE 

Aiming Posts Camouflaged. Feature 43:29 MY-JE '75 

Articles 31:573 AG '41; 32:914 D '42; 33:925 D '43; 43:14,15 JA-F '75 

Battery Positions. Article 34:606 SE '44 

Camouflage for Armored Artillery. Ralph Williams T/5 FA 34:856,857 D '44 
Camouflage on Display. Article 32:563-566 JL '42 
Deception. Walter S. Goff CPL FA 34:367 JE '44 
New Camouflage for M.60A1 Tank. Article 44:56 N-D '76 
Rapid Camouflage. Daniel H. Sherman LT FA 33:202,203 MR '43 
20-Minute Flat Top. John J. Cahill CAPT FA 33:928 D '43 
Unit Develops LWSS Method. Article 44:49 JL-AG '76 
War at Grafenwoehr. Feature 43:60,61 SE-0 '75 
CAMP BUCHANAN, P.R. 

Our Newest Foreign Station. Article 30:119 MR-AP '40 
CAMP McCOY, WI 

Task Force Front. Article 36:643 N-D '46 
CAMP ROBERTS REPLACEMENT CENTER, CAMP ROBERTS, CA 

The Camp Roberts Replacement Center. Oliver F. Marston LT COL FA 31:178,179 MR '41 
CAMPBELL, ALAN L. 1892- 

New Field Artillery Transportation. 30: 91-96 MR-AP '40 
CAMPBELL, LEVIN H., JR. 1886- 

Losses to Careless Maintenance, 32:935,936 D '42 
CANADA 

ARMY 

Canadian Militia Training Centres. E.T. Burch 31:86,87 F '42 
ARTILLERY 

Canada's Fort Sill. Feature 33:922,923 D '43 
ORGANIZATION 

The Maple Leaf Forever, Canada and Her Military Establishments. Thomas L. Crystal, Jr. 

CAPT FA 31:674-680 SE '41 
CANADIAN ARTILLERY SCHOOL, PETAWAWA, ONT. 

Canada's Fort Sill. Feature 33:922,923 D '43 
CANLETT, FRANKLIN H. 1896- 

Motorized Road Marches, Controlled. 32:583-589 AG '42 
CANNON LAUNCHED GUIDED PROJECTILE. See CLGP 
CANTRELL, GEORGE J. 

Battle Notes. 35:53 JA '45 


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CANTWELL, JAMES F. 

Variations From Standard. 35:66-68 F '45 
CAPTURED ARTILLERY 

German "Salvage" Self-Propelled Artillery. Richard B. KUne LT FA 33:780 0 '43 
CAPTURED MATERIAL 

Article. 33:172 MR '43 

Chickens Go Home to Roost. Article 34:825 D '44 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, Captured Artillery In German Use. Article 34:641.642 SE '44 
CAPTURED ORDNANCE 

British Booth. Article 32:754,755 0 '42 
CARAWAY, PAUL WYATT. 1905- 

Empire in Transition. 37:150-153 MY-JE '47 
CARBINES 

Wearing of Carbines in Position Area. Article 35:284 MY '45 
CAREER GUIDANCE 

FA, a Choice With a Future. Robert L. Duedall CPT FA 43:46-48 JL-AG '75 
CAREER MANAGEMENT 

Career Patterns for field Artillery Company Grade Officers. Richard L. Reynard LTC FA 
44:42-44 N-D '76 

The Field Artillery Section of the Career Management Branch P and A Divison GSUSA. Article 
38:18 JA-F '48 

The Journal Interviews LTC William D. Merritt. Article 44:30-33 JL-AG '76 

CARGO 

Loading of Field Artillery Materiel for Railway Transport. Article 31:365-369 JE '41 
CARL ETON, JAMES T. 

Modification of Range-Deflection Fan. 32:250 MR '42 
CARLSON. RAYMOND 

Howitzer Firing, With Kentucky Windage. 35:609-613 0 '45 
Japanese Rows View of Our Artillery. Article 36:211 AP '46 
CARPENTER, GILES RICHARD, 1899- 

Problems of a New ROTC Unit. 38:10-12 OA-F '48 
CARPENTER, RICHARD C. 1907- 

A Suggestion for Reinforcement. 31:204,205 AP '41 
CARR, JERRY T. 1939- 

The Last Campaign of Napoleon. 42:39-45 SE-0 '74 
CARTOONS 

"Time Marches On." Cartoon 32:67 JA '42 
CASEY, JOHN F., JR. 

An Artillery Forward Observer on Guadalcanal. 33:562-568 AG '43 
A Firing Battery on Guadalcanal. 33:740-744 0 '43 
CASKETS 

Casket Mounting for 75-mm Gun. Ward C. Goessling, Jr. MAJ FA 30:151 MR-AP '40 
CASSIDY, HENRY C. 

Artillery at Orel. 33:813 N '43 
CASS I NO, JAY 

Writing is So Easy. 37:357,358 N-O '47 
CASSINO, (WWII), 1944 

Dirty Work at the Crossroads, (Firing Tables). Edward G. Seidel CAPT FA 34:412,413 JL '44 
8-Inch Howitzer Accuracy. Article 34:412 JL *44 
An F.A. Group at Cassino, By Its Executive Officer. 35:111-116 F '45 
CASUALTIES, WAR 

Battle Casualties-Then What. Article 33:519 JL '43 
German Casualties in Russia. Andrew M. Kamarck LT FA 32:470-476 JE '42 
Learning What Hit Us. John A. Crane MAJ GEN (RET) 37:286,287 SE-0 '47 
The Offensive, a Glimpse of Modern Soviet Artillery Tactics. A. A. Sidorenko COL USSR 
42:32-45 JL-AG '74 

Stars Fell on Iwo Jima. Franklin W. Ball 38:224,225 SE-O '48 
What is Economy in Killing? Paul 0. Phillips LT COL FA 40:14-18 JA-F '50 
CAUCASUS MOUNTAINS, USSR 

The Caucasian Isthmus, Land Bridge From Europe to Asia. Arthur Henry Moehiman CAPT 32:783- 
787 0 '42 

CELEBES ISLAND, INDONESIA 

Celebes. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA, 34:686-689 0 '44 


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CELEBRATIONS 

Fireworks On The Fourth. Harold Denny 34:642 SE '44 
CENSORSHIP 

Military Censorship. Bryan C. Arnold MAJ AC 33:437-439 JE '43 
Notes on Military Censorship. Falkner Heard COL GSC 32:364,365 MY '42 
"Now They Can Be Told." Feature 35:431,432 JL '45 
CENTER OF IMPACT. See GUNNERY-FIRE ADJUSTMENT. 

CENTNER, JAMES L. 

Instruction is Tough. 32:406,407 MY '42 
CENTRAL AFRICA 

Congo Interlude. Alexander Clifford 32:872-875 N '42 
CENTRAL AMERICA 

Our Balkans, Central America. Edward A. Raymond LT FA 32:306-311 AP '42 
CHACO WAR (PARAGUAY-BOLIVIA) 1932-35. See WARS - S.A. - CHACO, 1932-35. 

CHADWICK, G.C., JR. 

Time Fuze." and Fuze Setters. 33:142 F '43 
CHANDLER, REX E. 1901- 

Radio Intercept and Interference. 30:356-363 SE-0 '40 
CHANG TEN JEN 

Fighting the Japanese. 33:42-45 JA '43; 33:117-119 F '43 

CHAPIN, C.A. 

New Time Fire Techniques. 34:675-677 0 '44 
CHAPLAINS 

Field Artillery Chaplains. Evans T. Moseley CH 34:55,56 JA '44 

P.E.T. (Personal Effectiveness Training). Homer W. Kiefer, Jr. COL FA, and James D. Bruns 
(MAJ) CH 42:27,28 SE-0 '74 
CHARACTERISTICS 

Heavy Artillery. John C. Abshier CPT FA 44:31-33 SE-0 '76 
CHARGES 

Rapid Computations-II. Alfred W. DeQuoy CAPT FA 33:940,941 D '43 
CHARLES, ROALND W. 

The TC's Postwar Fleet. 37:239 JL-AG '47 
CHASE, FRANCIS, JR. 

These Childish Things. 36:414-419 JL '46 
CHECKLISTS 

Notes From the Field Artillery School, Index of Publications Pertaining to Field Artillery 
Materiel. Feature 31:183-187 MR '41 
CHEN. JOHN Y.S. 

Military Study as a Science. 32:273 AP '42 
CHIEF OF FIELD ARTILLERY, 1918-1927 

The First Chief of Field Artillery, Formulation of a General Training Scheme, Part II. 

William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 30:97-106 MR-AP '40 
The First Chief of Field Artillery, William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 30:2-14 JA-F '40 
Leader or Adviser? William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:36,37 JA '41 

Wartime Procurement of Field Artillery Materiel. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:167-170 
MR '41 

CHILE 

Earth's End. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 32:932-934 D '42 
ARMY-ARTILLERY 

Chilean Artillery. O.M. Doerflinger MAJ FA 39:148-150 JL-AG '49 

CHINA 

China Today. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:463-465 JL '44 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA, 33:268-276 AP '43; 36:39-48 JA '46; 
36:109-117 F '46; 36:163-172 MR '46; 36:365-372 JE '46; 36:430-436 JL '46; 36:511,541-548 
SE '46; 36:590-598 0 '36; 37:44-52 JA-F '47; 37:253-261 JL-AG '47; 37:371-378 N-D '47; 
38:86-95 MR-AP '48; 38:133-143 MY-JE '48; 38:178-187 JL-AG '48; 38:277-286 N-D '48; 
39:30-39 JA-F '49; 39:82-91 MR-AP '49; 39:126-135 MY-JE '49; 39:176-185 JL-AG '49; 
39:224-234 SE-0 '49; 39:269-278 N-D '49; 40:32-41 JA-F '50; 40:79-87 MR-AP '50 
ARMY 

Fighting the Japanese. Chang Ten Jen CAPT CHINA 33:42-45 JA '43; 33:117-119 F '43 
The Ten Commandments of the Chinese Army. M.H. Liu LT CH CHINA 32:856 N '42 
ARMY-52ND ARMY 

Chinese 52nd Army, Inspection Trip-March 1943. Garrison B. Coverdale COL FA 34:465,466 
JL '44 


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ARTILLERY 

Artillery Security in the Jungle. Su S’ng MAJ CH CHINA 34:365,366 JE '44 
Field Artillery Training Center in China. Garrison B. Coverdale COL FA 34:382-385 JE ‘44 
Firing in the Jungle. Trevor N. DuPuy LT COL FA 34:359,360 JE '44 
Non-Divisicnal Artillery in Burma. Robert C. Taber KAJ FA 36:152-156 MR '46 
Principles of Pack Transport. Harry E. Ruhsam CAPT FA 37:13-15 JA-F '47 
ORGANIZATION 

Service With The Chinese Army. Hubert M. Cole COL FA 36:104-107 F '46 
CHINA. 1945 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:484-494 AG '45; 35:551-562 SE 
'45; 35:583-596 0 '45; 35:651-662 N '45; 35:748-756 D '45 
CHIRKUNOV, N. 

Incendiary Bottle Fields and Fire-Bells. 32:851 N '42 
CHRISTMAN, ELWYN L. 

Downed in the Sulu Sea. 32:836-838 N '42 
CHRISTMAS, 1941 

A Message From the Chief of Field Artillery. Feature 31:906 0 '41 
CHRISTMAS, 1942 

A Christmas Party Gift. Feature 32:902 0 '42 
CHRISTMAS. 1943 

General McNair's Christmas Greeting. Feature 33:882 0 '43 
CHRISTMAS, 1944 

Christmas Message, LT GEN Ben Lear. Feature 34:802 0 ‘44 
CHRONOLOGY OF WWII EVENTS 

Diary of War Events. Feature 32:329 AP '42; 32:408,409 MY '42; 32:488,489 JE '42; 32:567 
JL '42; 32:648 AG '42; 32:726 SE '42; 32:805 0 '42; 32:886 N '42; 32:963 0 '42; 33:71 

JA '43; 33:151 F '43; 33:231 MR '43; 33:311 AP '43; 33:391 MY '43; 33:468 JE '43; 33:545 

JL '43; 33:627 AG '43; 33:709 SE '43; 33:789 0 '43; 33:868 N '43; 33:943 0 '43; 34:69 

JA '44; 34:135 F '44; 34:199 MR '44; 34:266 AP '44; 34:328 MY '44; 34:390 JE '44; 34:485 

JL '44; 34:562 AG '44; 34:664 SE '44; 34:727 0 '44; 34:791 N '44; 34:859 0 '44; 35:55 JA 

'45; 35:119 F '45; 35:184 MR '45; 35:248 AP '45; 35:310 MY '45; 35:375 JE '45; 35:439 JL 
'45; 35:503 AG '45; 35:566 SE '45; 35:627 0 '45 
CHURCH. WELLS 

They Too Speak English. 32:669-671,674 SE '42 
CHURCHILL, JOHN, FIRST DUKE, 1650-1722 

The Duke of Marlborough, Phillip E. Myers 2nd LT FA 41:28-32 0-N '73 
CHURCHILL, WINSTON L.S. 1874-1965 

This Mighty Instrument of Victory. 36:324,325 JE '46 
CIVIL AFFAIRS 

Military Government-A Principle of Modern Warfare. Robert H. Slover MAJ FA 39:164-166 
JL-AG '49 

CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865, U.S. See WARS-U.S. -CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865 
CLARK, CHARLES W.. JR. 

Fire Volume, All-Important, or Just Important 32:723-725 SE '42 
Quickie Training in Military Drill. 32:957,958 D '42 
CLARK, CUYLER L., JR. 1918- 

Curved Trajectory Sub-Caliber. 33:344 MY '43 
CLESMA, ORAM C. 

Rolling Doughnuts. 36:638,639 N-D '46 
CLGP-CANNON LAUNCHER GUIDED PROJECTILE 

The Smart Round. Cha'^les L. Williams, III. LTC FA 43:29-32 MR-AP '75 
CLICK, RALPH MORRISON, 1920- 

Armored Artillery in the Team. 39:168-171 JL-AG '49 
CLIFFORD. ALEXANDER 

As Headquarters Saw It. 32:749 0 '42 
Background for Battle. 33:46,47 JA '43 
Congo Interlude. 32:872-875 N '42 
CLIFTON, CHESTER V., JR. 

Arty/R Again. 35:404 JL '45 

One Year of Combat With the 240 'S', Saga of the 698th FA Bn. 35:258-261 MY '45 
CLOSE AIR SUPPORT 

Scramble Authority: Who Has It? A.J. Ritchey COL USAF 41:36-38 O-N '73 
Scramble Revisited. John A. Sawyer CPT USFXI 42:44,45 MR-AP '74 


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CLOSE RANGE FIRING 

At Point-Blank Range. A. Vasil lev COL USSR 33:932 D '43 
CLOSE SUPPORT 

Artillery in Air-Ground Cooperation. Edward S. Berry LT COL FA 38:169-172 JL-AG '48 
The Downrange Agent. David J. Salonimer 43:14-17 SE-0 '75 
The Journal Interviews BG Sidney L. Davis. Feature 43:11-13 SE-0 '75 
CLOTHING 

Clothing and Equipment Suggestions. Article 41:41 0-N '73 
Officer's Individual Clothing and Equipment. Article 33:18 JA '43 
Traveling. Article 32:870,871 N '42 
What to Take (Overseas). Article 32:680,681 SE '42 
C08URN, GEORGE CARL, 1941- 

The Aerial Observation Pilot Program. 42:18,19 MY-JE '74 
COBURN, MELVILLE 8. 1912- 

938th Field Artillery Battalion March. 33:840,841 N '43 
COCKLIN, ROBERT F. 

Bougainville-1944. 34:451,452 JL '44 
If I Had Only Known. 34:345 JE '44 
Patrol Party. 34:596,597 SE '44 
POM Falls Short. 37:276,277 SE-0 '47 

CODES 

Britain Breaks a Code. Jerome Kearful 40:56 MR-AP '50 
COFFMAN, GLEN E., 1935- 

The Gap in Target Acquisition. 41:16-19 JL '73 
Sound Ranging-Dead or Alive. 42:19-24 MR-AP '74 
COKER, COIT N. 

Fire Control on Omaha Beach. 36:530-533 SE '46 
COLBUCK, J.M. 

Antitank Thoughts. 33:198 MR '43 
TD Fundamentals. 33:456,457 JE '43 
COLD WAR 

A Cold War. Bernard Baruch 37:230,231 JL-AG '47 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 39:30-39 JA-F '49; 39:82-91 MR-AP 
•49; 39:126-135 MY-JE '49; 39:176-185 JL-AG '49; 39:224-234 SE-0 '49 
COLE, HUBERT MERRILL. 1904- 

Service With the Chinese Army. 36:104-107 F '46 
COLLIER, JOHN T. 

Amtanks Point the Way to Amphibious Field Artillery. 35:727-731 D '45 
COLLINS. LAWRENCE 

Armored Field Artillery in the Tennessee Maneuvers. 31:698,699 SE '41 
COLTER, J.F. 

Aiming Post Solutions for the Heavies. 33:757,758 0 '43 
COMBAT 

The Antitank Subaltern, by an Antitank Regimental Commander. 33:31-38 JA '43 
The Artillery Raid, Air Assault Style. Albert E. Wolfgang LTC FA 44:22-28 MY-JE '76 
Artillery With an American Army in Europe. Charles E. Hart BRIG GEN 37:25,26,53-58 JA-F 
'47 

Battalion Reconnaissance in Combat. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:634,635 SE '44 
Combat Conclusions of a Medium Battalion in Africa. William C. Westmoreland LT COL FA 
33:649,650 SE '43 

Combat Teams. Irwin A. Lex MAJ FA 32:502-504 JL '42 

Decisive Lateral Repositioning. Howard R. Guffey COL FA 44:6-10 MR-AP '76 

How to Defend Outnumbered and Win. David L. Tamminen LTC AR 44:39-43 MR-AP '76 

In Combat Forewarned is Forearmed, Part II. Article 35:222,223 AP '45 

Incidents of the Campaign in Poland, 1939. Harold D. Kehm CAPT FA 30:174-186 MY-JE '40 

The Journal Interviews BG Sidney L. Davis. Feature 43:11-13 SE-0 '75 

Occupying a TD Position-Sequence of Events. G.D.W. Court LT COL RA 34:699-701 0 '44 

The Simple Life. E.A. Raymond CAPT FA 33:498,499 JL '43 

Thoughts on Combat. George C. Wallace LTC FA 41:24-26 0-N '73 

The Unexpected Always Happens, II. David S. Larr LT COL GSC 32:480-483 JE '42 

A Use of the Bazooka. R.W. Schmelz MAJ FA 33:805-808 N '43 ’ 

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COMBAT DEVELOPMENT 

Intangible Factors in Combat. Raymond S. McLain LT GEN 37:110,111 ,134,135 MR-AP '47 
Voice of Experience. Charles E. Hart BRIG GEN 36:219-222 AP '46 
Where Are The "Light" Divisions. Henry P. Walker CAPT FA 37:109 MR-AP '47 
COMBAT INTELLIGENCE 

Lessons From the German Observation Battalion. Article 31:590-592 AG '42 
Organization of Observation. William H. Bartlett MAJ FA 32:2-9 JA '42 
Training Artillery Intelligence Personnel, Article 31:239-242 AP '41 
COMBAT INTELLIGENCE OFFICER 

German Background for Practicing S-2's. John R. Lovell LT COL CA 32:852-856 N '42 
COMBINED ARMS 

Armor and Mobility. Hayden A. Sears COL CAV 37:300-302 SE-0 '47 
Infantry and Tank. Sydney S. Combs CAPT FA 34:220 AP '44 
Pulling Together. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:341,342 JE '44 
What Makes an Army and Army. John A. Crane MAJ GEN 34:745-747 N '44 
COMBS, SYDNEY S. 

ABC Method of Mass Tank Fire. 34:281 MY '44 
Infantry and Tank. 34:220 AP '44 
Night Fighting. 34:99-101 F '44 
Observation in Support of Armor. 34:573,574 AG '44 
Tiada-r.- '3j6;6rl0 JA '46 
COMMAND 

Battalion Command. Bill C. Giallourakis LTC FA 42:46-49 MR-AP '74 
Command in the '70's. Thomas L. Kelly LTC FA 42:60-63 JA-F '74 
Commanders Corner Displays FA Units. Feature 42:23 SE-0 '74 
COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE, FT. LEAVENWORTH, KS 

The Command and Staff College. Article 37:99-101 MR-AP '47 
COMMAND POSTS 

Article. 33:675 SE '43 

Bottlenecks, by Commo. Article 32:884,885 N '42 

A CP Table for Div arty Operations Section, R.B. Shreve LT COL FA 34:578-580 AG '44 
COMMANDERS 

Commanders Update. Feature 42:45 JL-AG '74; 42:15 SE-O '74; 43:36 MR-AP '75; 43:26 MY-JE 
'75; 43:59 JL-AG '75; 43:55 N-D '75; 44:69-61 JA-F '76; 44:12 MY-JE '76; 44:61 JL-AG '76; 
44:24 SE-0 '76; 44:37 N-D '76 
Commanders Update. Letter 43:4 MY-JE '75 
A New Commandant, F.A.S. Feature 34:146 MR '44; 35:28 JA '45 
Personnel Changes. Feature 36:53,54 JA '46 

Senior Field Artillery Commanders. Feature 42:55-57 JA-F '74; 42:7 MR-AP '74; 42:61 MY-JE 
'74; 42:15 N-D '74; 43:60-61 JA-F '75 
COW1ENDATION 

Battle Performance of Field Artillery, Letter. Lesley J. McNair LT GEN 33:642 SE '43 
Official Commendation. Omar N. Bradley LT GEN 33:652 SE '43 
COMMISSIONS 

Good Neighbors, Artillery Activities in the Joint Brazil United States Military Commission. 
Walter J. Bryde LT COL FA 37:340,341 N-D '47 
COMMUNICATION 

Armored Artillery Communication. E.H. Burba LT COL FA 34:221 AP '44 

Britain Breaks a Code. Jerome Kearful 40:56 MR-AP '50 

Combat Communication. George Sammet Jr., 35:221,222 AP '45 

Communication Needs a Face Lifting, Ralph R. Mace COL FA 37:218-220 JL-AG '47 

Communications in the FOC. Raymond Tracht PFC FA 35:141 MR '45 

FOC Communications. J.W. Thompson, Jr. CAPT FA 35:177 MR '45 

Intra-Battery Communication in an Armored Field Artillery Battery. Melvin E. Mason CPL FA 
33:914 D *43 

Let's Simplify FOC Communication. C.H. Wohifeil MAJ FA 40:65,66 MR-AP '50 

Methods for Improving Jungle Radio Communication. James R, Wheaton COL FA 35:326,327 JE '45 

Packboard for Jungle Communications. George W. Reitz CAPT FA 35:327,328 JE '45 

Secure Voice Retransmission. Article 42:30 MR-AP '74 

They Called Him a Flag-Flopper. Emmett E. Robinson 39:78-80 MR-AP '49 

Tunisian Letter. Article 33:499 JL '43 

The Warlock. John R. Shelton CPT SC 44:48-50 MY-JE '76 


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COMMUNICATION WIRE LAYING 

A Cotr,nunications Headache in the Brest Campaign. Harry J. Mathews, Jr. CAPT FA 35:140,141 
MR '45 

Emergency Wire Laying by Liaison Airplane. Gordon J. Wolf LT COL FA 34:566,567 AG '44 
A Real Reel Improvement. Russell G. Earkalow COL FA 35:599 0 '45 

Use of Field Artillery Liaison Planes in Wire Laying. Richard Leffers CAPT FA 34:602-604 
SE '44 

Using the G.I. Buffalo to Lay W-110. Melvin C. Monroe LT FA 34:601,602 SE '44 
Wire in Armored Artillery. Article 34:213 AP '44 
COMMUNICATIONS 

Bottlenecks, by Commo. Article 32:884,885 M '42 
Combat Has Shown. Article 33:293 AP '43 

Commo in the Medium Battalion. Owen B. Knight CAPT FA 34:102,103 F '44 
Communication Principles and Procedures. Ralph R. Mace LT COL FA 33:859-864 N '43 

Communication Problems. W.A. Scoville LT FA 32:363-386 MY '42 

Communications Problems in SWPA. Richard Leffers CAPT FA 34:599-601 SE '44 
Communications Tips. Edward H. Rhodes S/SGT FA 34:604 SE '44 
The Delayed Telegram That Saved the Union Fleet. Jerome Kearful 39:20 JA-F '49 
Division Artillery Radio Nets in a Defensive Situation. Misha N. Kadick CAPT FA 33:305 
AP '43 

Field Expedients in Radio Communications in Italy. Frederick C. Spann CAPT FA 35:301 MY '45 

From the Chief's Office. Robert M. Danford MAJ GEN 31:47,48 JA '41 

German Signal Communications. Article 31:579-583 AG '41 

Intra-CP Comnuni cat ions. George Sammet, Jr. CAPT FA 34:605,606 SE '44 

Jungle Communications. John W. Ferris LT COL FA 34:186,188 MR '44 

Radio in Fire Direction. James H. McBroom, Jr. LT FA 33:291 AP '43 

VI Corps Artillery Communications. Harry M. Foos, Jr. CAPT FA 35:435-437 JL '45 

Using What We've Got. Roger Wilco CAPT FA 33:65 JA '43 

COMMUNISM (16 Oct-15 Dec '47) 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 38:38-47 JA-F '48 
COMPASSES 

The Compass, M2. Article 32:392-395 MY '42 
Lost, Help May Be on the Way. Feature 42:58,59 SE-0 '74 
COMPTON, DAVID N. 

Have Gunner Will Travel. 41:34-36 JL ‘73 
COMPUTATION 

Rapid Computations-II. Alfred W. DeQuoy CAPT FA 33:940,941 D '43 
Why Logarithms, Why Sines and Cosines. C.R. Oliver CAPT FA 33:130-134 F '43 
COMPUTERS 

An All-Around Aid for the Computer. A. Stanczyk T/4 34:662 SE '44 

Angle of Site Computer, Lewis R. Soffer LT FA 35:20 JA '45 

Computers' Table for the 75-How. Robert W. Hildebrand CAPT FA 33:466 JE '43 

Graphic Computer. Edward C. Smith LT CE 33:577-583 AG '43 

Rapid Computations. Alfred W. DeQuoy CAPT FA 33:464,465 JE '43 

Rapid Computer, Modified. Paul Hartman CAPT FA 33:326 MY '43 

A Scale Conversion Slide for Your GFT. Thomas E. Ryder T/SGT FA 33:926,927 D '43 

A Site Computer. F.H. Skelly LT COL FA 33:534,535 JL '43 

T&E (Test and Experimentation) in Forefront of Materiel Development. Feature 43:46-48 
MR-AP '75 

CONDUCT OF FIRE. See GUNNERY-CONDUCT OF FIRE 
CONDUCT OF WAR 

Ethics of Surrender. Willis C. Rowe CAPT INF 36:460,461 AG '46 
CONFERENCES 

Artillery Conference at the Field Artillery School. Article 36:273-275 MY '46 
Close Support Study Group. Feature 43:46 N-D '75 
FASR 74 (Field Artillery System Review). Allen Boules 42:58,64 N-D '74 
Fire Support Symposium. Robert G. Tetu, Jr. MAJ FA 43:52-55 SE-0 '75 
Notes for Young Conferees. Article T2 41:11-13 0-N '73 

Report on the Field Artillery Conference. Louis E. Hibbs MAJ GEN 36:407-413 JL '46 

VII Corps Artillery Battle Experiences (Ground Observers and Air Observers). Article 
36:293-296 MY '46 

VII Corps Artillery Battle Experiences (Group and Bn S'2, Motor Officer, Communication 
Officer). Article 36:425-428 JL '46 

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CONSTABULARY 

The United States Constabulary. H.P. Rand CAPT FA 38:60-63 MR-AP '48 
CONSTANT IN I, OTTO 

The Azores. 33:912 0 '43 
CONSTANTINOPLE, VII, 1453 

Sultan Mehmet the Conquerer. Burt A. Vanderclute II CPT FA 42:39-41 MY-JE '74 
CONVOY 

A Distance Guide for Motor Vehicles. William C. Dunckel LT COL FA 32:27 JA '42 
Hints for Motor-Convoy Operation. Willard F. Millice CAPT FA 30:204,105 MY-JE '40 
A Solution for Traffic Problems. Jeremiah P. Holland MAJ FA 32:353,354 MY '42 
A Trip on an Atlantic Convoy, Father Neptune. Riley F. Ennis LT COL GSC 31:939-943 D '41 
CONVOYS. MOTOR 

Motorized Marches. Mann. MAJ GER 32:579-582 AG '42 
. Motorized Road Marches, Controlled. Franklin H. Canlett LT COL FA 32:583-589 AG '42 
COOPERATION 

Article. 32:326 AP '42 

Brassing Off-Kraut. Edv.'ard A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:694-698 0 '44 
COORDINATES 

Battle Notes. Harold S. Davis MAJ FA 35:53 Ja '45 
Cross-Rule Coordinates. James W. Pool T/3 FA 34:300 MY '44 
The 45° Coordinate Scale. Blythe C. Triplett 1st LT FA 37:298,299 SE-0 '47 
Simplified Coordinate Scale. C.R. Plankenhorn MAJ FA 34:542,543 AG '44 
True Coordinates for More Accurate Reinforcing Fires. Malcolm Shaw, Jr. CAPT FA 34:638 SE 
'44 

Vertical Control in the Jungle. M.L. Curry LT COL USMC 34:596 SE '44 
CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, N.Y. 

The Cornell University ROTC. Ralph Hospital COL FA 38:4-9 JA-F '48 
CORPS ARTILLERY. See FIELD ARTILLERY (CORPS) 

CORRESPONDENCE 

The New Army Extension Courses. A.E. Kastner COL FA 37:294-297,325-328 SE-0 '47 
CORRESPONDENCE STUDY 

Extension Courses. Breckinridge A. Day MAJ FA 30:53-57 JA-F '40 
CORT, HUGH. 1897- 

Your Tools Are the Reserves. 38:176,177 JL-AG '48 
COST OF WAR 

War's Cost. Article 33:858 N '43 

COTS 

Article. 31:801 0 '41 
COUCH, JOSEPH R. 1916- 

Battalion Reconnaissance in Combat. 34:634,635 SE '44 
Bitter Lessons. 34:838,839 D '44 
Breaking the Gustav Line. 34:506 AG '44 
The Corps R.O. in Combat. 34:682,683 0 '44 
If I Had To Do It Over. 33:835 N '43 
Local Security of a Battalion Position. 33:647 SE '43 
Smoke Technique. 33:759 0 '43 
Snapshots. 33:889,890 D '43 
"Sniping" With a 155-mm Howitzer. 34:412 JL '44 
COULTER, HOLLAND B. 1938- 

The FO Takes Command. 42:52-54 JA-F '74 
COUNSELING 

What, Another Interview? C. Raymond VanDusen CAPT AGO 35:734,735 D '45 
COUNTERATTACKS 

Artillery Counterpreparation. Levidov COL USSR 33:811,812 N '43 

Artillery Counterpreparation From Intermediate Positions. S. Luginya MAJ USSR 34:786,787 
N '44 

COUNTERBATTERY. See FIELD ARTILLERY -COUNTERBATTERY 
COUNTERBATTERY OFFICER 

Shell reps. Arthur J. Peterson MAJ FA 34:747 N '44 
COUNTERFIRE 

Counterfire. Features: I: 43:14-21 N-D '75; II: 44:32-38 JA-F '76 
Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 43:6,13 N-D '75 


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COUNTERMORTAR 

Countermortar. Robert C. Gildart LT COL FA 34:841-847 D '44 
Countennortar Operations. Arthur J. Peterson MAJ FA 35:302 MY '45 
Operation Countermortar. Paul E. Pigue MAJ CAC 39:250-252 N-D '49 
COURT, G.D.W. 

Antitank Mines-Some Don'ts. 34:149 MR '44 
German Rear Guards. 34:154 MR '44 
In Combat Forewarned is Forearmed. 35:167-169 MR '45 
Occupying a TO Pbsition-Sequence of Events. 34:699-701 0 '44 
Read, Mark, Learn. 34:164 MR '44 
Tank Destroyer Coordination. 34:661,662 SE '44 
COURT MARTIALS 

Make 'em Pay. Article 32:476 JE '42 
COVERDALE, GARRISON B. 

Chinese 52nd Army, Inspection Trip-March 1943. 34:465,466 JL '44 

Field Artillery Training Center in China. 34:382-385 JE '44 
COVERING FIRE 

FA Supports Division Covering Force. Ronald B. Stevens LTC FA 43:42-45 N-D '75 
COVERING FIRE, NAVAL 

Naval Gunfire in Support of Landing Operations. Robert H. Bingham LT FA 33:212,213 MR '43 
COWDERY, RICHARD B. 

Firing in Your Own Backyard, One Divison Artillery's Experience With the Modified Bishop 
Trainer. 34:59,60 JA '44 
COX, LANDON GREAUD, 1914- 

The New Armored Divison: 39:218-220 SE-0 '49; 39:254-257 N-D '49 
COX, LUCIAN B. 

The Pack Howitzer Hits the Silk. 33:257-260 AP '43 
COX, NEIL 0. 

Observation. 33:648 SE '43 
Victor Grid. 33:890 D '43 
CRAIG, MALIN, JR. 1902- 

Base Angle Laying and Measurement: One Method. 33:624 AG '43 
CRAIG, WILLIAM B. 

Aerial Observation, SW Pacific Style. 34:252-254 AP '44 
CRAIN, JOEL 

Practice Shells for 105-mm Howitzer. 33:129 F '43 
CRAMER, KENNETH FRANK, 1894- 

New National Guard Chief. Feature 37:237 JL-AG '47 
CRANE, ALOEN McKIM 

Aerial Attack on Artillery. 31:31-33 JA '41 
Roadside View of the War. 31:139-142 MR '41 
CRANE, H.H. 

Not in the Book. 31:671 SE '41 
CRANE, JOHN ALDEN, 1885- 

Field Artillery Groups. 35:579-582 0 '45 
Full Use of Field Artillery. 35:354-358 JE '45 
Learning What Hit Us. 37:286,287 SE-0 '47 
Must We Always Learn the Hard Way? 36:329-331 JE '46 
What Makes An Army An Army? 34:745-747 N '44 
CRATER ANALYSIS 

Shell Crater Analysis for Location and Identification of Enemy Artillery. Lee 0. Rostenberg 
MAJ FA 34:738-744 N '44 
CRAWFORD, ALBERT B. 1928- 

The Journal Interviews MG Albert B. Crawford. Feature 43:38-41 JL-AG '75 
CREATIVITY 

Article. 32:827 N '42 
CRECELIUS, RICHARD 

This Old Fire-Direction Technique. 32:194 MR '42 
CRESTS. See INSIGNIA 
CRETE 

Article. Harvey S. Ford LT FA 31:848-853 N '41 


CRETE (WWIl), 1941 

Article. 31:441 JL '41 

Crete Correspondence. J.P. Dill LT NZ 33:162,163 MR '43 
Dunkirk in the Mediterranean. Allan A. Michie 33:170-172 MR '43 
Mountain Jaegers in the Conquest of Crete, May 1941. Feature 33:164-169 MR '43 
CRIGGER, HERMAN J. 

A Motor Officer's Guide. 35:368-374 JE '45 
CROCKETT, CARY INGRAM 1878- 

The Battery That Saved the Day. 30:26-33 JA-F '40 
Military Progress. 31:421-424 JE '41 
CRONIN, ROBERT H. 

A Deflection Fan That Masses Fast. 35:413,414 JL '45 
CROSBY, GEORGE D. 1902- 

Time Plot Observed-Fire Chart. 34:677-679 0 '44 
CROSBY, JOHN STEPHEN 1932- 

A Letter to Captain Baxter. 44:13-15 JL-AG '76 
CROSS, CHARLES B. 

Defense of an Island. 33:574-576 AG '43 
CROSSEN, JOHN R. 

Artillery Liaison With the Navy. 35:461,462 AG '45 
FDC in the Jungle. 33:913,914 D '43 
Which Round is Mine. 34:219 AP '44 
CROUCH, HOLMES F. 

So You Have to Buy a House. 38:34-37 JA-F '48 
CRYPTOLOGY 

A Radio Technician Made History. Jerome Kearful 40:128,129 MY-JE '50 
CRYSTAL, THOMAS L., JR. 1912- 

Celestial Navigation for Desert Warfare. 33:415-420 JE '43 
Fly It Away, an Artilleryman Sprouts Pin-Feathers. 31:781,782 0 '41 
The Maple Leaf Forever, Canada and Her Military Establishments. 31:674-680 SE '41 
The Secret German Weapon. 31 :399-402 JE '41 
Vacation in Mexico. I: 31:494-503 JL '41; II: 31:605-611 AG '42 
CULBERT, TAYLOR 

Jump School. 39:28,29 JA-F '49 
CULMANN, FREDERIC 

Artillery Psychology. Article. 31:94 F '42 
CURRY, M.L. 

Artillery in the Elastic Defense. 30:296-299 JL-AG '40 
Growl From a Diehard. 35:116,117 F '45 
A Plea for Simplification. 34:689 0 '44 
Vertical Control in the Jungle. 34:596 SE '44 
CUSHMAN, ALLERTON 

Direct Fire, 1941 Edition. 31:11-13 JA '41 
Tank Destroyers Against Japan. 36:70-73 F '46 



d'ALESSIO, WAGNER J. 

Why a Corrector. 34:63,64 JA '44 
DALTON, ROBERT B. 1937- 

They Also Fought. 41:18-23 0-N '73 
DAMULAAN (WWII), 1944 

Fifteen Days-The Defense of Damulaan. Bruce H. Wells LT FA 35:224-232 AP '45 
DANFORD, ROBERT MELVILLE, 1879-1974 

Biographical Sketch. Feature 32:258,259 AP '42 
From the Chief's Office. Feature 31:47,48 JA '41 
General Danford. Letter 42:4 SE-0 '74 
Letter. 42:3 N-D '74 
Letter. Fairfax Donney 43:3 JA-F '75 

A Message From the Chief of Field Artillery. Feature 30:410 N-D '40; 31:906 D '41 
Morris S. Simpson, Biography. 34:765-767 N '44 
DARLEY, ROGER GEORGE, 1940- 

The American Soldier and the Law of War. 1: 42:44-51 JA-F '74; II: 42:14-18 MR-AP '74 
DARWIN, AUSTRALIA 

Article. 32:210,211 MR '42 
DATA PROCESSING 

Answer Machines. William M. Hines, Jr. 36:635-637 N-D '46 
DAVIS, HAROLD S. 

Artillery in Defense Along the Moselle. 35:620-623 0 '45 
Battle Notes. 35:53 JA '45; 35:155 MR '45 
DAVIS, JOHN JOSEPH, 1909- 

Fire Direction Decentralized. 32:195-198 MR '42 
DAVIS, SIDNEY L., 1926- 

The Journal Interviews BG Sidney L. Davis. Feature. 43:11-13 SE-0 '75 
DAVISSON, HENRY L. 

Adjusting Tank Destroyers by Quadrant. 34:23 JA '44 
DAY, BRECKINRIDGE A. 1891- 

Extension Courses. 30:53-57 JA-F '40 
DEAN. GEORGE M. 

Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks. 32:381,382 MY '42 
OEARLOVE, JAMES W. 1938- 

A Challenge to All, Battlefield Survivability. 43:52,53 JL-AG '75 

DEATH 

Can They Live Without You? George C. Duehring CAPT FA 30:269-276 JL-AG '40 
DEDICATED BAHERY 

Suppression. David E. Ott MG 42:12-14 N-D '74 
DEETS, ERIC C. 

Battalion FDC-CAV Style. 44:38-40 N-D '76 
DEFENSE DOCUMENTATION CENTER, ALEXANDRIA, VA. 

. Letter. Lester L. Miller Jr. 44:5,6 N-D '76 
DEFENSES 

Antitank Defense. Albert C. Wedemeyer MAJ INF 31:258-272 MY '41 
Artillery in Attacks on Stone Villages. Francis H. Boucher COL FA 34:708,709 0 '44 
Artillery in Defense of a Coast Line. William S. Nye LT COL FA 32:450-454 JE '42 
Artillery in the Elastic Defense. M.L. Curry CAPT USMC 30:296-299 JL-AG '40 
Close-In Defense of Field Artillery. George L. Hart, Jr. CAPT FA ET AL 30:187-191 
MY-JE '40 

Corregidor Cable No. 79. Melville Jacoby 32:263-267 AP '42 

Defense of an Island. Charles B. Cross MAJ FA 33:574-576 AG '43 

The Fall of Belgium, the Attack, Part I. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:346-357 JE '41 

Fast Moving Targets. Oliver F. Marston MAJ FA 30:264-267 JL-AG '40 


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An Historical Example: A Successful Defense Against an Air-Borne Invasion. Feature 
31:451-456 JL '41 

How They Did It. Edward Kraus CAPT FA 32:418-422 JE '42 
The Observation Post in Defense. A. Vasil'Chenko LTC USSR 43:36-39 SE-0 '75 
Organization of the German Defense. C. Lopatin MAJ USSR 33:183-165 MR '43 
Perimeter Defense. Cornells DeW. W. Lang COL FA 35:647-650 N '45 

Perimeters in Paragraphs: Bataan-Corregidor. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:550-556 JL 
'42 

DEFILADES 

Kitchen VS. Camouflage. Article 33:358 MY '43 
DEFILADES. See Also CAMOUFLAGE, ENTRENCHMENTS, FORTIFICATIONS 
DEFLECTION 

Deflection-Bracketing-A Simplified Method. William N. Martin LT 38:19-21 JA-F '48 
DEFLECTION FAN. See GUNNERY-DEFLECTION 
DELAHAYE, J.V. 

Centralized Training. 31:276,277 MY '41 
DELANEY, EDMUND T. 

The American Soldier At Home and Abroad. 32:355-357 MY '42 
DEL VALLE P.A. 

Marine Field Artillery on Guadalcanal. 33:722-733 0 '43 
Sea Island Serenade, the Recapture of Guam. 34:803-806 D '44 
deMOORE, EUGENE W. 

Separator for Semi -Fixed Shell. 33:342,343 MY '43 
DEMUTH, HENRY C. 1897- 

Fire Direction Without Maps. 32:199 MR '42 

A Pack Artillery Battalion in the Pacific, March 1942-March 1943. 34:93-95 F '44 

DFMYANENKO, SERGE P.C. 1936- 

Forging the Main Link. 44:40-44 MY-JE '76 
DENIAL. ROY 

The Rendezvous. 38:33 JA-F '48 
DENNING, JOHN L., JR. 

Firing on Water-Borne Targets. 34:250,251 AP '44 
DENNIS, LORANCE L. 

Battalion Targets of Opportunity. 34:132 F '44 
DENNO, BRYCE FREDERIC, 1915- 

The Changing Military Obligation of the Citizen. 39:118-121 MY-JE '49 
The Occupational S-2 Goes Underground. 38:115 MY-JE '48 
DENNY, HAROLD 

Desert Tank Battle. 32:747-749 0 '42 
Fireworks on the Fourth. 34:642 SE '44 
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 

New Headquarters Organization, Department of the Army. Feature 39:2 JA-F '49 
DE QUOY, ALFRED W. 

Rapid Computations: I: 33:464,465 JE '43; II: 33:940,941 D '43- 
DESERT WARFARE 

Desert "AS IS." G.S. Galllgan LT FA 33:46D,461 JE '43 
"Desert Encounter." David Larr LT COL GSC 32:116-120 F '42 
A Lesson From the Conduct of War in North Africa. Article. 31:589,590 AG '41 
A Tactician's Paradise. Riley F. Ennis LT COL INF 32:122-127 F '42 
The Turn of the Tide, by Observer. 32:926-929 D '42 
The War in North Africa. Article. 31:834-840 N '41 
DESERT WARFARE. See Also NORTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN, and SPECIFIC COUNTRIES 
deSHAZO, THOMAS EDWARD, 1901- 

Aid to Turkey. 39:64-66 MR-AP '49 
The Artillery School. 37:95-98 MR-AP '47 
Letter. 33:290 AP '43 

DESKS 

What, No Foot Rest? Article 33:423 JE '43 
DETACHED SERVICE 

A Seagoing Redleg. John L. Hayden LT COL FA 38:220-222 SE-0 '48 
DETERRENCE 

Beyond Deterrence, a Rational Approach to the Deployment of Tactical Nuclear Weapons in 
Europe. Ronan I. Ellis MAJ FA 42:28-35,64 N-D '74 


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DeTREVILLE, JOHN R. 

Antipersonnel Shrapnel Rounds. 44:24-28 MR-AP '76 
DEVERS, JACOB LOUCKS, 1887- 

Artillery Integration. 37:303 SE-0 *47 

Commanding General, Army Ground Forces. Feature. 35:514 SE '45 
deWAHEVILLE, H.G. 

Russian Artillery-1941-1945 . 37:175,195-199 MY-JE '47 

DILL, J.P. 

Crete Correspondence. 33:162,163 MR '43 
DILLINGHAM, H.S. 

Fire Direction Must be Flexible. 34:457,458 JL '44 
DINECHIN, LUDOVIC de, 1927- 

"Grande Cadence de Tir, New French SP 155-nin. 42:50-54 N-D '74 
DIPLOMACY 

The American Soldier As a Diplomat. Article 36:132,133 MR '46 
DIRECT FIRE. See GUNNERY-LAYING, DIRECT 
DIRECT SUPPORT 

Direct-Support Battalion. Joslah A. Wallace MAJ FA 30:34-37 JA-F '40 
DIRECTION 

New Angles on Determination of Direction. William S. Livingston LT FA 34:576,577 AG '44 
DISCIPLINE 

Articles. 30:192 MY-JE '40; 31:99 F '42; 32:211 MR '42; 32:449 JE '42 
DISTANCE 

Determining Distances From Vertical Aerial Photographs. Philip Kissam 32:924,925 D '42 
DISTANCE INDICATOR 

L-ost, Help May be on the Way. Feature 42:58,59 SE-0 '74 
DISTINCTIVE INSIGNIA. See INSIGNIA 
DIVARTY (Division Artillery) 

Battle Notes of Division Artillery on Luzon. Frank J. Sackton COL GSC 35:539,540 SE '45 
Field Artlllery-Cav Style. William C. Parnell III MAJ 42:49-53 SE-0 '74 
S-2, Division Artillery. Malcolm R. Wllkey CAPT FA 33:699,700 SE '43 
DOBBERT, GERHARD U. 1923- 

The Artillery of the Federal Republic of Germany. 42:26-29 MY-JE '74 
DOCTRINE, MILITARY. See MILITARY DOCTRINE 
DODO, NORMAN 

The Royal Artillery of the British Army. 42:6-14 JA-F '74 
DOERFLINGER, OSCAR MAYNARD, 1913- 

Amphlblous 105's. 34:57,58 JA '44 

Chilean Artillery. 39:148-150 JL-A6 '49 

DOGS 

Dog Days at Bel voir. Article 44:57 N-D '76 
DONIAT, FRANCIS A. 1885- 

Field Artillery Organization, Armored Force. 31:146-153 MR '41 
New Organization of the Corps Artillery Brigade. 30:411-415 N-D '40 
DOOLITTLE, WILLIAM M. 

An Artilleryman In a Joint Assault Signal Company. 35:463,464 AG '45 
"DORA" RAILROAD GUN, See GUN-800MM 
DOUGLAS, JAMES SHEPARD, 1921- 

General Burnside VS. the Press. 40:66-69 MR-AP '50 
DOUGLAS, W.A.S. 

The British Army Division of Today. 30:88-90 MR-AP '40 
DOVER, ENGLAND 

Invasion of England, a Preview. Feature 31:442-450 JL '41 
DOWNEY, FAIRFAX DAVIS, 1893- 

Confession and Prayer for Pardon to St. Barbara, by a World War Artilleryman. Poem 
31:78 F '41 

"Field Artillery Guns." Poem 32:838 N '42 

Field Artillery Song (1936 Revision). 37:290 SE-0 '47 

"The Firing of Ballemez." Poem 31:113 F '42 

Germans Over the River. 32:918-921 D '42 

"The Guns of Bragg." Poem 31:686 SE '41 

Military Love Letter. 33:11 JA '43 

Multitude of Medals. 37:367 N-D '47 


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"Over Hill." Poem 41:485 JL '41 
"St, Barbara Poem," 32:635 AG "12 
Soldiers Like to Sing. 36:351-354 JE '46 
The Yale Batteries. 42:17-21 JL-AG '74 

DRAFT 

The Changing Military Obligation of the Citizen, Bryce F. Oenno LT COL INF 39:118-121 MY- 
J£ '49 
DRAHEIM, TOM 

An Interview With Mr. Field Artillery. Feature 42:32-38 SE-0 '74 
DRANSFIELD, THOMAS, III 

Selling Artillery Support to the Infantry. 34:385 JE '44 
DRIVERS 

Drivers' and Mechanics' Award. Article 34:536 AG '44 
DRIVING 

The Automotive Driver. Article 31:425-427 JE '41 
Driver's Test. Oliver F. Marston LT COL FA 32:318-320 AP '42 
OUEDALL, ROBERT L. 1940- 

FA, a Choice With a Future. 43:46-48 JL-AG '75 
DUEHRING, GEORGE C. 1907- 

Can They Live Without You. 30:269-276 JL-AG '40 
O.A.C, Preliminaries. 34:510 AG '44 
DUELL, CLIFFORD C. 1899- 

A Survey of Military Trucks. 31:930-938 D '41 
DUELL, NAPOLEON R. 1911- 

Hints for Laying a Battery in a Surveyed Position. 31:432 JE '41 
DUFF, F.W. 

Fire Direction Aid. 33:690 SE '43 
DUFFY, JOHN J. 

Light Artillery in Europe. 35:71,72 F '45 
DUNCKEL, WILLIAM C. 1893- 

A Distance Guide for Motor Vehicles. 32:27 JA '42 
DUNFIELD, ROBERT E. 

Swamp Angle. 42:32-37 JA-F '74 
DUNKIRK (WWII), 1940 

Aerial Observation. Article 30:355 SE-0 '40 

Campaign of Flanders, 1940, VI-Dunkirk. Leo Framery CAPT FR 32:147-152 F '42 
Mobile Armored OP. MacKenzie Hill 31:35 JA '41 

The Retreat to Dunkirk, a Modern Military Epic. Article 30:437-445 N-D '40 
Road to Dunkirk, Leaves From My Diary in Flanders. Henri, Marquis de la Falaise: I: 32: 
278-285 AP '42; II: 32:396-403 MY '42; III: 32:459-467 JE '42; IV: 32:522-531 JL '42; 
V: 32:620-626 AG '42 
DUPONT, JEAN 

Fighting the Panzers, 31:538-543 AG '41 
It Must be Armored. 31:821-829 N '41 
On the Alsace Front, 1940. 31:731-735 0 '41 
DUPUY, TREVOR N. 1916- 

Firing in the Jungle. 34:359,360 JE '44 

For Men Only, Light and Medium Artillerymen Need Not Read This. 32:708-712 SE '42 
Rifle Marksmanship for Artillery. 32:758-760 0 '42 
The Short Base Resection. 33:696,697 SE '43 
Speed Up Your Surveys. 32:301-305 AP '42 
Streamlining Resection. 30:152,153 MR-AP '40 
Suggestions About Base Angles. 32:627,628 AG '42 
OWYRE, DOUGLAS G. 1906- 

The Field Artillery Puts on Armor. 33:917-920 D '43 
DYE, HOMER A. 

Keep Your Eye on the Ball, How the Reserves Use the Trainer At Kansas City. 30:48,49 
JA-F '40 

OZIUBAN, STANLEY WALTER, 1914- 

Forward Mush, Men and Machines Battle the Arctic. 36:516-520 SE '46 


37 


E 


EAST AFRICA (WWII), 1941 
Letter. 33:178 MR '43 
EAST GERMAN FRONT, 1945 

Permimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:144-154 MR '45; 35:208-218 AP 
'45; 35:268-278 MY '45; 35:338-350 JE ‘45; 35:417-430 JL '45 
ECHOLS, MARION P. 1899- 

The Gunnery Phase of the Recent Fort Bragg Mapping and Survey Exercises. 31:753-759 0 '41 
ECKERT, JOHN P. 1894- 

The Man Who Keeps Them Shooting 31 :966-968 0 '41 
EDGREN, ROBERT D. 

Little Mister Marker. 33:362-364 MY '43 
Tne 19th Shell hole. 35:409,410 JL '45 
EDMONDS, JAMES 

Notes on Artillery Air Observation. 33:893-896 0 '43 
EDMONSON, EDWARD M. 1897- 

Pack Artillery for Special Operations. 32:82-86 F '42 
EDSON, W.W. 

Rapid Offsets. 33:759 0 '43 

EDUCATION. See MILITARY EDUCATION, MILITARY INSTRUCTION, TRAINING AIDS-TRAINING DEVICES 
EDWARDS, ROBERT R., 1937- 

The Greatest Gun. 42:30-38 MY-JE '74 
EFFECT OF ARTILLERY FIRE. See GUNNERY-EFFECT 
EGAN, WILLIAM J. 1895- 

Two Replacement Centers, Fort Sill, OK., II. 31:373-378 JE '41 

EGYPT 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA. 32:685-692 SE '42; 32:859-861 N 
'42; 33:12-17 JA '43 
EHRICH, MANFRED W., JR. 

Deadspace Overcome. 33:380 MY '43 
EL ALAMEIN (WWII), 1942 

Artillery at el Alamein by Battery Captain. Article 33:462 JE '43 
ELEVATING MECHANISM. See GUNS-ELEVATING MECHANISM 
ELEVATION 

Control of Direction. Article 35:395 JL '45 
Minimum Elevation Table. Arthur R. Hercz CAPT FA 31:322 MY '41 
VE Transfers. H.M. Sisson S/SGT FA 34:455,456 JL '44 
ELLIS, RONAN IGNATI, 1940- 

Beyond Deterrence, a Rational Approach to the Deployment of Tactical Nuclear Weapons in 
Europe. 42:28-35,64 N-D '74 
ELLSWORTH, ROBERT A. 1899- 

Artillery Hip Shooting. 33:430,431 JE '43 
A Line Officer's Dream. 41:528-530 JL '41 

A Mobilization Training Program, Production-Line Method of Producing Trained Field Artillery- 
men in Four Months. 31:88-94 F '42 
Oahu on the Eve of Attack. 32:366-373 MY '42 
EL qUEHAR (WWII), 1943 

El Quettar: March 25-Apri1 8, 1943. Douglas J. Page COL FA 33:645-647 SE '43 
ELSE, GEORGE R. 

M-1. Poem 33:802 N '43 
ELSTER, ? 

Training Drivers of a Motorized Battery. 31:789,790 0 '41 
ELY, GEORGE B. 

A Sudden Change of K. 33:911,912 D '43 
ELY, LOUIS B. 1899- 

The 108th Field Artillery Trainer. 31:49-53 JA '41 


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EMBARKATION 

Traveling. Article 32:870,871 N *42 
EMBRY, JOHN 

Tips From Overseas, III. 34:767 N *44 
EMPLACEMENTS 

An Emplacement for the 75-mm, M2. Alexander S. Bennet MAO FA 41:492,493 JL *41 
Some Thoughts on Emplacement of Antitank Guns. Ralph Van Wyck MAJ FA 31:161-163 MR '41 
Tips From a Battery Executive. R.W. Grimm LT FA 45:499 AG '45 
Where Shall We Put The Fifties? Harold J. Bluhm MAJ FA 34:190,191 HR '44 
ENGINEER TRAINING 

Learning From the Engineers. Harold 0. Kehm MAJ FA 31:315-322 MY ‘41 
ENGLAND. See GREAT BRITAIN 
ENGLISH LANGUAGE 

They Too Speak English. Wells Church 32:669-671,674 SE '42 
ENLISTED GRADE. See RANK DESIGNATION 
ENLISTED PERSONNEL 

Article. 34:337 JE '44 

Doughboy Observers, an Incident in the Action at Ousseltia Pass. Article 33:277 AP '43 
The E's Have It. Article 31:701 SE '41 

4th Div Arty NCO's Get Expanded Training. Feature 42:60,61 N-D '74 
Inside EES {Enlisted Evaluation System). David R. Fabian CPT AG 42:54-57 JL-AG '74 
NCO Reclassification. Article 44:34,35 SE-0 '76 
NCO's Test Div Arty. Article 44:56,57 JA-F '76 
The New Gunnery Sergeant. Harvey M. McBride SGM 44:8,9 SE-O '76 
reclassified Sergeant Scores III Corps Record. Article 44:35 SE-0 '76 
Redleg Newsletter. Article 44:35-37 N-D '76 
ENNIS, RILEY F. 1897- 

Bright Lights 32:41-45 JA '42 
Palestine at the Cross Roads. 32:234-239 MR '42 
A Tactician's Paradise. 32:122-127 F '42 
A Trip on an Atlantic Convoy, Father Neptune. 31:939-943 D '41 
ENTRENCHMENTS 

Cover Up With What You Have. Herbert W. Pike CAPT FA 34:769,770 N '44 
Current British Doctrine. Article 32:762,763 0 '42 
Dig For Your Lives. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 33:54-56 JA '43 
An Emplacement for the 75-mm, M2. Alexander S. Bennet MAJ FA 41:492,493 JL '41 
Some Thoughts on Emplacement of Antitank Guns. Ralph Van Wyck MAJ FA 31:161-163 MR '41 
Tips From Overseas,!!. Bernard J. Rauch LT COL FA 34:639-641 SE '44 
EQUIPMENT, MILITARY 

Clothing and Equipment Suggestions. 41:41 0-N '73 

MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test, Evaluation and Review.) Howard L. Buchly 

43:49-51 JL-AG '75 

When Equipment is Unsatisfactory. Article 34:655 SE '44 
EQUITATION. See HORSEMANSHIP 
ERICKSON, ERIC A. 1891- 

Self Instruction in Gunnery. 33:612 AG '43 
ERROR, PROBABLE. See GUNNERY-ERROR 
"ESEN" (of the Polish Artillery) 

Artillery in the Defense of Stalingrad. 34:343-345 JE '44 
The German Conception of Artillery Organization. 34:147-149 MR '44 
ESSAY CONTEST 

Special Notice. Article 30:393 SE-0 '42 
EUROPE 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 33:528-532 JL '43; 36:163-172 MR 

'46; 36:231-240 AP '46; 36:297-304 MY '46; 36:475-462 AG '46; 36:590-598 0 '46; 36:652- 

659 N '46; 37:44-52 JA-F '47; 38:38-47 JA-F '48 
Recycling. George A. Harmer CPT FA 43:37,38 MR-AP '75 
Routes Into Europe, a Study in Terrain. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 

I. 33:402-409 JE '43 

II. Islands of the Western Mediterranean; 33:510-517 JL '43 

III. The Aegean Sea; 33:590-597 AG '43 

IV. The Balkan Peninsula; 33:682-688 SE '43 


VI. Norway; 33:853-858 N '43 

VII. North France; 33:933-939 D '43 

VIII. The Low Countries; 34:48-54 JA '44 

IX. West France; 34:96-98 F '44 

X. South France; 34:182-186 MR '44 
EUROPEAN WAR. 1914-18. See WARS-U.S.-WWI, 1914-18 
EVACUATIONS 

Abandon Ship. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 33:214,215 MR '43 
The Retreat to Dunkirk, a Modem Military Epic. Article 30:437-445 N-D '40 
Road to Dunkirk, Leaves From 11y Diary in Flanders. Conclusion. Henri, de la Falaise 
32:620-626 AG '42 
EVANS. DANIEL M.. JR. 1942- 

A Probing Examination of the Real Value of Training Devices. 42:29-31 SE-0 '74 
EVANS. R.A. 

Artillery on "Nothing Atoll" (Peleliu island). 35:6-10 JA '45 
EWING. ROBERT M. 

Command Liaison. 35:691.692 N '4$ 

Defensive Fires. 36:75 F '46 
EXERCISE "ATLANTIC COMMAND," FIELD EXERCISE, MARCH, 1949 

Keynote Realism. Robert B. Bowen 1st LT FA 39:103-105 MY-JE '49 
EXERCISE "MESQUITE" 

The Artillery Report on "Exercise Mesquite." George W. Watkins CAPT FA 38:160,161 JL-AG '48 
EXERCISE "PORTREX" 

Defensive Artillery in "Portrex." F.F. Hickey, Jr. 1st LT FA 40:104-108 MV-JE '50 
EXERCISE "TARHEEL" 

Exercise 'Tarheel" Harry H. Pritchett CAPT GSC 39:151,152 JL-AG '49 
EXERCISES. TEST 

AFA Battalion Takes ORTT (Operational Reaoiness Training Test) at Ft. Stewart. Feature 
42:30 JL-AG '74 

The Kingsmen Excel in Revamped ORTT (Operational Readiness Training Test). Feature 42:59,60 
N-D '74 

EXTON. HUGH McCLELLAN, 1913- 

From Morocco to Berlin, an Armored Artillery Battalion in Action, I 38:108-114 MY-JE '48; 

II: 38:162,163,188-193 JL-AG '48 

From the Seine to Germany, Armored and Infantry Cooperation in the Pursuit. 39:155-159 JL-AG 
'49 


i 

I 


40 


F 


FABIAN. DAVID RICHA, 1941- 

Inside EES (Enlisted Evaluation System). 42:54-57 JL-AG '74 
FADAC. See FIELD ARTILLERY DATA COMPUTER 
FAIRBAIRN. W.E. 

Get Tough. 32:764,765 0 '42 
FALCONER, ROBERT 

The Old Striker, a Character Stody From "The Old Army" of Two Years Ago. 31:704-706 SE '41 
FAMSEG. See FIELD ARTILLERY MISSILE SYSTEMS EVALUATION GROUP 
FAR EAST 

Perineters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 32:447-449 JE '42; 36:652-659 N-D 
'46 

FATHER OF FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL FORT SILL. OK 

Dan Tyler Moore, Captain. Article 35:600 0 '45 
FDC (FIRE DIRECTION CENTER). See GUNNERY-FIRE DIRECTION 

FEATURED COLUMNS OF FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL. See FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL -FEATURES 
FERRARO, JERROLO S. 

Field Artillery AIT Today. 42:15-17 MY-JE '74 
FERRIS. JOHN W. 

Jungle Communications. 34:186,188 MR '44 
FIBICH. MICHAEL J. 

Troops in Training and Combat. 34:161,162 MR '44 
FIELD ARTILLERY 

Artillery Insignia. Feature 37:247 JL-AG '47 
From the Chief's Office. Feature 31:120 F '42 

Has Field Artillery Learned to Protect Itself? Article 32:756-758 0 '42 
An Island of Red in a Sea of Blue. Article 41:20-23 JL '73 
Something New Has Been Added. Edmund C. Murphy CAPT FA 37:354 N-D '47 
Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment. Irvine F. Besler, Jr. MAJ FA 36:49 
JA '46 

AERIAL 

Aerial Field Artillery for the Corps. Winn McDougal CPT FA 42:54-59 MR-AP '74 
Fifth Wheel. Douglass P. Quandt COL 6SC 36:390-393 JL '46 
AIR CAVALRY-SUPPORT 

Fire Support for the Air Cavalry Combat Brigade. William H. Schneider COL FA 43:18-24 SE-O 
'75 

BATTERY, FIRING 

A Firing Battery on Guadalcanal. John F. Casey, Jr. CAPT FA 33:740-744 0 '43 
How to Produce an Efficient Firing Battery, Part II. Harold F. Handy MAJ FA ET AL 31:854-868 
N '41 

BAHERY LAYING 

Hints for Laying a Battery in a Surveyed Position. Napoleon R. Duell CAPT FA 31:432 JE '41 
Laying the Battery Training Aid Built. Feature 42:10,11 JL-AG '74 
BATTLE EFFICIENCY 

Must We Always Learn the Hard Way. John A. Crane MAJ GEN 36:329-331 JE '46 
VII Corps Artillery Battle Experiences (Ground Observers and Air Observers). 36:293-296 
MY '46 

CAVALRY-SUPPORT 

Field Artillery-Cav Style. William C. Parnell III WJ FA 42:49-53 SE-O '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-CAVALRY SUPPORT. See Also ARTILLERY -ARMOR SUPPORT 
CORPS 

Corps and Army Artillery. Paul E. Pigue MAJ CAC 40:11-13 JA-F '50; 40:55,56 MR-AP '50 
The New National Guard. Butler B. Miltonberger MAJ GEN 37:166,167 MY-JE '47 
COUNTERBAHERY 
Article. 30:409 N-D '40 

Counterbattery. Walter Thomas, Jr. LT COL FA 34:511-514 AG '44 


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The Counterbattery Officer. H.P. Storke COL FA 37:360,361 N-D '47 
Counterbattery; Organizing for and Conducting In. Article 33:829-835 M '43 
Counterbattery-Right Now. Edward G. Seidel 34:515 AG ‘44 

French Corps Artillery and Counterbattery. W.M. Sturtevant MAJ 30:429-434 N-O '40 
German Corps Artillery and Counterbattery. Charles N. Tupper CAPT 30:425-429 N-D '40 
Ground OP Photography, Its Place in Counterbattery. Harold F. Kleindienst MAJ FA 38:82 
MR-AP '48 


A Plan for Counterbattery in an Attack of a Position. Article 30:416-424 N-D '40 
DISPLACEMENT 

Displacement of Field Artillery. W.A. Beiderlinden BRIG GEN 36:640-642 N-D '46 
DOCTRINES 

Evolving Field Artillery Tactics and Techniques. Vernon B. Lewis, Jr. BG 43:44-48 JA-F '75 
Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG: 42:5,14 N-D '74; 43:19 JA-F '75; 43:6,13 N-D '75 
Helbat 5. Jean Reed MAJ FA 43:50-55 N-D '75 
An Index of New Doctrinal Material. Feature 43:28,29 SE-0 '75 
EMBLEM 

FA Emblem. Feature 43:47 N-D '75 
EQUIPMENT 

Economy in Killing. Theodore G. Bilbo, Jr LT COL FA 39:210-213 SE-0 '49 
What is Economy in Killing? Paul D. Phillips LT COL FA 40:14-18 JA-F '50 
FIELD ARTILLERY HISTORY. See U.S. ARMY-FIELD ARTILLERY HISTORY 
INFANTRY SUPPORT 

An Alternate Line-Up for Field Artillery. E.A. Raymond CAPT FA 32:761 0 '42 
Displacement of Field Artillery. W.A. Beiderlinden BRIG GEN 36:640-642 N-D ‘46 
A Relationship Like No Other. John G. Pappageorge COL INF 42:55 N-D '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-INFANTRY SUPPORT. See Also U.S. ARMY-INFANTRY SUPPORT; "INFANTILLERY." 

MISSIONS 

Close-in Defense of Field Artillery. George L. Hart, Jr. CAPT FA ^ ^ 30:187-191 MY-JE '40 
Field Artillery Missions. S.L. Nichols LT COL FA 40:63,64 MR-AP '50 
FIELD ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATIONS, U.S. See U.S. ARMY-FIELD ARTILLERY -ORGANIZATION 
TACTICS 

Antidote for Blitzkrieg. George B. Barth MAJ FA 30:262,263 JL-AG '40 
Beyond Deterrence, a Rational Approach to the Deployment of Tactical Nuclear Weapons in 
Europe. Ronan I. Ellis MAJ FA 42:28-35,64 N-D '74 
Evolving Field Artillery Tactics and Techniques. Vernon B. Lewis, Jr. BG 43:44-48 JA-F '75 
Suppression. David E. Ott MG 42:12-14 N-D '74 
TESTING 


Loophole-Her Trials and Redemption. David J. McDaniel LT COL FA 36:208,209 AP '46 
M110E2 (8-inch howitzer) Testing, Article 42:56 MY-JE '74 
TRAINING 

With 8" Guns in Belgium. Arthur W. Blair LT COL FA 35:169 MR '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY. See Also SPECIFIC COUNTRIES AND SUBHEADINGS 
FIELD ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION. See U.S. FIELD ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION 
FIELD ARTILLERY BOARD, U.S. See U.S. ARMY-FIELD ARTILLERY BOARD 
FIELD ARTILLERY DATA COMPUTER 


Battalion FOC-Cav Style. Eric C. Deets CPT FA 44:38-40 N-D '76 
FADAC Tapes. Letter 42:2 MR-AP '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY GUIDE 

Articles: 32:923 D '42; 32:931 D '42; 33:24 JA '43; 33:95 F '43; 33:136 F '43 
Field Artillery Guide: What They Say About It. Article 34:638 SE '44 


FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL 

Artl^e. 33:169 Htl '43 

The Changing Present, a 

^5 


New Editor Thinks Out Loud. 


DeVere Armstrong COL FA 35:706,707 D 


Credibility-Honesty, Your Journal. Article 44:2 JL-AG '76 
Editorials. 36:468,469 AG '46; 37:364,365 N-0 '47 
Feature. 32:1 JA '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY JOURWL FEATURES 

features. See Respective Issues Under Individual Issue Tables of Content for Reoccurring 
Features: Award of Soldier's Medal; Awards of Field Artillery Medal; Book Reviews; 
Comnander's Update; Editor's Notes; Forward Observations'; From the Chief's Office; 
Incoming; Muzzle Bursts; National Guard Notes; Not In the Book; Notes From the Field 
Artillery School; Notice of Annual Meeting, U.S. Field Artillery Association; Perimeters 


in Paragraphs; Proposed Amendmendments to the Constitution, U.S. Field Artillery 
Association; Redleg Newsletter; Redleg Review; Right by Piece; Some Forward Observations; 
View from the Blockhouse; With Our Comrades in Arms; With the Armies of Foreign Nations; 
With the Other Arms and Services. 

From the Editor. Feature 41:1 JL '73 
Letters: 36:76-79 F '46; 41 :2 0 '73 
Memorandum. 33:4 JA '43 

Notice to Enlisted Men. Article 31:457 JL '41 
Your "Journals" are Ageless. Letter 34:808 0 '44 
FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL-INDEX. See INDEXES-FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL FOR SPECIFIC YEARS. 

FIELD ARTILLERV JOuRnAL- PUBLICATIONS 
Announcement. 32:253 MR '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY MATfRIEL 

Notes From the Field Artillery School, Index of Publications Pertaining to Field Artillery 
Materiel. Feature 31:183-187 MR '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY MISSILE SYSTEMS EVALUATION GROUP (FAMSEG) 

You’re in Good Hands With FAMSEG. Richard M. Stroud MAJ FA 43:38,39 MY-JE '75 
FIELD ARTILLERY OCS HALL OF FAME, FORT SILL, OK 

Secretary Hoffman Joins Hall of Fame Role. Article 44:45,46 MY-JE '76 
FIELD ARTILLERY REPLACEMENT CENTER, CAMP ROBERTS, CA 

Two Replacement Centers, Camp Roberts, CA., I. O.F. Marston LT COL FA 31:373-378 JE '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY REPLACEMENT CENTER, FT. BRAGG, NC 

They Start to Roll. Edwin P. Parker LT COL FA 31:273-276 MY '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY REPLACEMENT CENTER, FORT SILL, OK 

Two Replacement Centers, Fort Sill, OK., II. William J. Egan LT COL FA 31:373-378 JE '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY SONGS 

"The Caissons Go Rolling Along." Edmund L. Gruber BRIG GEN 32:455 JE '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY SONGS. See Also SONGS, MILITARY 
FIELD ARTILLERY SYSTEM REVIEW (FASR 74) 

FASR 74. Allen Boules 42:58,64 N-D '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY TRAINER 

Subcaliber: A. Using Air Rifles; B. Using an Air Compressor. David Larr MAJ FA 31:661-666 
SE '41 

FIELD EXERCISES 

The 75-mm Battalion in Attack, the Meeting Engagement. Article 30:222-228 MY-JE '40 
FIELDING, GEORGE T. 

Survey at Munda. 34:42-45 JA '44 
FIELDING, TEMPLE H. 

Field Day for Rookies. 33:48,49 JA '43 
FIFTH COLUMN 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA. 38:133-143 MY-JE '48; 39:224-234 
SE-0 '49 

A Pet Peeve. Article 32:469 JE '42 
FIGHTING 

Get Tough. W.E. Fairbairn MAJ 32:764,765 0 '42 
FINGER, GEORGE H. 1940- 

Mini-RPV’s (Remotely Piloted Vehicles). 43:7,8,16 JL-AG '75 
FINLAND 

ARMY-ARTILLERY 

Why Artillery Fire "Neutralizes." Article 30:96 MR-AP '40 
FINLEY, EARL W., 1944- 

Attack of Armored Targets. 42:12-16 JL-AG '74 
Modular FDC. 42:40-43 JA-F '74 
FIRE ADJUSTMENT 

School Teaching One-Gun Method. Feature 42:23 SE-0 '74 
FIRE CONTROL 

Antitank Thoughts. M.J. Colbuck COL 33:198 MR '43 

uan We Modernize F.A. Fire Control? Leonard G. Robinson, Jr, LT COL FA 37:346-348 N-D '47 
Combined Conduct of Fire. Howard F. Buck MAJ FA 35:336,337 JE '45 
Fire Control on Omaha Beach. Coit N. Coker LT JG USN 36:530-533 SE '46 
FIRE CONTROL INSTRUMENTS 

Indirect Fire Pocket Reterence Card-Part II, For Key Tank Destroyer Personnel. Eugene T. 
Oborn LT 35:245,246 AP '45 


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On the Level-Forget the Plumb Line. Feature 43:49,50 JA-F '75 
Using Off-Scale Charts as Firing Charts. Joseph P. McKenna T/4 FA 35:744-746 D '45 
FIRE DIRECTION. See GUNNERY-FIRE DIRECTION 
FIRE DIRECTION CENTER. See GUNNERY-FIRE DIRECTION CENTER 
FIRE OBSTACLES 

Incendiary Bottle Fields and Fire-Bells. N. Chirkunov MAJ USSR 32:851 N '42 
FIRE PLANS 

Artillery in Air-Ground Cooperation. Edward S. Berry LT COL FA 38:169-172 JL-AG '48 
Direct Artillery Fire. Article 32:694 SE *42 

The Fire-Support Coordination Center. Henry L. Shafer LT COL FA 38:156-159 JL-AG '48 
Firing Tests Uncover the "Whammies." Harold E. Bisbort 33:524-527 JL '43 
Flash Base Observation. Clifford R. Moore LT FA 34:192,193 MR '44 
FIRE POWER 

ABC Method of Mass Tank Fire. Sydney S. Combs CAPT FA 34:281 MY '44 
Article. E.A. Raymond LT FA 32:602-604 AG '42 
Articles. 30:221 MY-JE '40; 32:409 MY '42; 34:466 JL '44 

Artillery Offensive, an Examination of Russian Practice. W.R. Young CAPT GB 36:26-29 JA '46 
Artillery Uses for the Board, Plotting, M-10. Ernest P. Foley LT COL USMC 37:160-165 MY-JE 
•47 

A Better Way to Mass the Battalion. Clyde W. Snider CAPT FA 34:219 AP '44 
The Employment of Corps Artillery, Part I. John J. Burns COL FA 33:208-211 MR '43 
Fire Volume, All-important, or Just Important. Charles W. Clark, Jr. 32:723-725 SE '42 
Firepower. Albert B. Akers BG 44:17-21,39 MY-JE '76 
FI rex 74. Feature 43:16-18 JA-F '75 

Full Use of Field Artillery. John A. Crane MAJ GEN 35:354-358 JE '45 
The Gunner Net. O.M. Lund LT GEN GB 36:574-576 0 '46 
Japanese Pows View of our Artillery. Raymond Carlson CPL FA 36:211 AP '46 
Mass Fire in WWI, Alexander T. Jennette LTC FA: I: 43:40-45 MY-JE '75; II: 43:'17-19,45 
JL-AG '75 

Massing the Fires of Division and Corps Artillery. Einar B. Gjelsteen COL FA 33:426-429 
JE '43 

Tanks as Auxiliary Artillery. T.P. Rand LT FA 34:222 AP '44 
FIRE SUPPORT 

AGOS (Air-Ground Operations School) On the Go. Feature 43:53,59 MY-JE '75 
A Case for a General. Keith Painter LTC 42:62,63 MY-JE '74 
Defensive Fires. Robert M. Ewing LT COL FA 36:75 F '46 
Fire Support Symposium. Robert G. Tetu Jr. MAJ FA •;j:52-55 SE-O '75 
FIST. Paul F. Pearson BG 44:7-12 MY-JE '76 

High Angle Fire Plus 6400-Mil Field of Fire. Scott A. McKinnon LT FA 34:304,305 MY '44 
"The Recommendations of the CSSG are Right on Target." Emil E. Steed MAJ FA 44:19,20 JL-AG 
•76 

"Sounds a Little British? You're Bloody Right." Warren A. Samolice COL FA 44:20,21,33 JL- 
AG *76 

"There is a Fatal Flaw to be Sure." William F. Muhlenfeld LTC FA 44:17-19 JL-AG '76 
FIRE SUPPORT. See Also SUPPORTING FIRES 
FIRES 

Article. 34:823 D '44 

FIRING BAHERY. See ARTILLERY, FIELD-BAUERY, FIRING 
FIRING TABLES. See RANGE TABLES 
FISHER. JEFFREY W. 

Automatic Artillery. 41:30-33 JL '73 
FLAME THROWER 

(M202A1 Flash). Article 44:45 JA-F '76 
FLANAGAN. EDWARD M.. JR.. 1921- 

Biscuit Bombers. 38:73-75 MR-AP '48 
FLANDERS (WWII). 1940 

Campaign of Flanders 1940. Leo Framery CAPT FR I: 31:634-642 SE '41; II: 31:762-768 
0 '41; III: 31:886-894 N '41; IV: 31 :978-985 0 '41 ; V: 32:60-66 JA '42; 

VI; 32:147-152 F '42; VII: 32:247-249 MR '42 



Editorial Comments. Article 31:768 0 '41 

German Panzers VS. French Light Mechanized Divisions. Ernst Von Jungenfeld CAPT GER 
31 :772-775 0 '41 

Road to Dunkirk, Leaves From My Diary In Flanders. Henri, de la Falalse, Marquis 
I: 32:278-285 AP '42; II: 32:396-403 MY '42; III: 32:459-467 JE '42; IV; 32:522-531 
JL '42; V: 32:620-626 AG '42 
Tank Battle. Schneider-Kostalski CAPT GER 31:769-772 0 '41 
FLANNAGAN, ROY C. 

Combat Aviation and Field Artillery. 33:837-839 N '43 
FLASH RANGING. See RANGING, FLASH 
FLASHLIGHTS 

As to Flashlights. Frederick W. Watrous MAJ FA 30:316 JL-AG '40 
FLIGHT TRAINING 

Arkansas State College's Liaison Between ROTC and CAA. Edwin H. Garrison LT FA USAR 
30:363 SE-0 '40 
FLOTATION OF ARTILLERY 

Aqua-Blitzing. John B. Sweger LT FA: I: 32:28-30 JA '42; II: 32:948-951 D '42 
Learning From the Engineers. Harold D. Kehm MAJ FA 31:315-322 MY '41 
Satevepost Aqua-Bl Itzinq. Article 32:501 JL '42 
FLYING 

Fly It Away, an Artilleryman Sprouts Pin-Feathers. Thomas L. Crystal Jr. CAPT FA 31:781,782 
0 '41 

FLYING ARTILLERY. See AERIAL ASSAULT-ARTILLERY, AERIAL OPERATIONS 
FLYING BOMB 

Artillery of the Future. Hal D. Steward MAJ INF 36:332,333 JE '46 
FOLEY, ERNEST P. 

Artillery Uses for the Board, Plotting, M-10. 37:160-165 MY-JE '47 

FOLK, MIKE W. 

Shell Case Straightener for 105-mm Howitzer. 33:927 D '43 
FOOS. HARRY M., JR. 

VI Corps Artillery Communications. 35:435-437 JL '45 
FOOTBALL 

American Football -Trainer of Generals. A.R. Harris BRIG GEN (RET) 38:262-266 N-D '48 
The Birth of the Pigskin. Harold Heifer 38:266 N-D '48 
FORD, HARVEY S. 

Crete. 31 :848-853 N '41 
FORD, WILLIAM W. 1898- 

Grasshoppers. 33:651 SE '43 
Wings for Santa Barbara. 31:232-234 AP '41 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

Nature Abhors a Vacuum. Walter H.B. Smith 36:500,501 SE '46 
FOREST WARFARE 

Action of the Artillery in Forest Areas. Article 31:618 AG '42 
Tanks in a Forest Battle. P. Vegerchuk LT COL USSR 32:960,961 D '42 
FORMAN, HARRISON 

Jap 'Naval' Defeat. 37:343 N-O '47 
FORMOSA ISLAND 

Formosa. Conrad H. Lanza COL 35:362-365 JE '45 ' 

FORRESTAL, JAMES VINCENT, 1892-1949 

The Secretary of Defense. Feature 37:274 SE-O '47 
Some Statements About UMT. 38:15-17 JA-F '48 
FORSYTHE, GEORGE IRVIN, 1917- 

Integration Finale. 38:131,132 MY-JE '48 
FORT ADAMS, NY 

200 Years of Service. Feature 43:61 SE-0 '75 
FORT BENNING FIELD ARTILLERY COMMITTEE, GA. 

An Island of Red in a Sea of Blue. Article 41:20-23 JL '73 
FORT BRAGG, N.C. 

Article. V.H. Polachek PVT 31:681-686 SE '41 

Moving Targets on Sunken Track Ranges. Dale E. Means CAPT FA 31:568-570 AG '41 


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FORT EBEN-EMAEL (WWII), 1940 

riow Eben-Emael Was Taken. G. Sprengling LT FA USAR 31:358,359 JE '41 

Time Shell and the Blitzkrieg. James R. Randolph MAJ ORD USAR 31:79-82 F '41 
FORT MIFFLIN, PA. 

Magnificent Mud. William Brindley 39:124,125 MY-JE '49 
FORT SILL, LAWTON, OK 

A "Frog" at Fort Sill: Charles H. Taquey LT FA: I: 33:255,256 AP '43; II: 33:365,367 
MY '43 

In Honored Memory, Fifty-One Roads on the Post of Fort Sill Are to be Dedicated to the 
Memory of Artillerymen..., Article 36:649,650 N-D '46 

Morris S. Simpson, Biography. Robert M. Danford MAJ GEN 34:765-767 N '44 
EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DET. 

Duds-Booby Traps. Article 33:650 SE '43 
HISTORY 

Origin of the Field Artillery School. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:100-109 F '42 
FORTIFICATIONS 

The Fall of Belgium, the Melee, in Three Installments. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 41:472-484 
JL '41 

German Assaults Upon Permanent Fortifications. C.T. Schmidt CAPT INF 31:360-364 JE '41 

How Eben-Emael Was Taken. G. Sprengling LT FA USAR 31:358,359 JE '41 

Planning the Artillery Attack on a Fortified Area. George W. Landis MAJ FA 35:138-140 MR 
'45 

Time Shell and the Blitzkrieg. James R. Randolph MAJ ORD USAR 31:79-82 F '41 
FORWARD OBSERVATION. See GUNNERY-OBSERVATION, FORWARD 
FORWARD OBSERVERS. See GUNNERY-OBSERVERS, FORWARD 
FOSTER, CHARLES B., JR. 

Running Jungle Traverses. 33:693-695 SE '43 
FOSTER, G.B. 

Leaflet Shells. 35:195-197 AP '45 
FOSTER, IVAN L. 1896- 

With the Other Arms and Services, the Army Air Forces, VI. 31:969-977 D '41 
FOSTER, SAMUEL D., JR. 

Helps for Executives. 32:121 F '42 
FOXHOLES 

CDEC Tests Foxhole Designs. Article 44:56,57 N-D '76 
FRAGMENTATION 

What is Economy in Killing? Paul D. Phillips LT COL FA 40:14-18 JA-F '50 
FRAMERY, LEO 

Campaign of Flanders, 1940 I: 31 : 634-642 SE '41 ; II: 31 : 762-768 0 '41 ; III: 31:886-894 
N '41; IV: 31:978-9850 '41; V: 32:60-66 JA '42; VI: 32:147-152 F '42; VII: 32:247-24? 
MR '42 

FRANCE 

Fifty Million Frenchmen Can be Wrong. Article 30:278 JL-AG '40 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA. 32:447-449 JE '42; 34:544-559 AG 
'44; 34:643-655 SE '44; 34:711-720 0 '44; 34:751-764 N '44 

Routes Into Europe, a Study in Terrain, Part VII-North France. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) 

FA 33:933-939 D '43 
ARMY 

Campaign of Flanders, 1940. Leo Framery CAPT FR: I: 

0 '41; III: 31:886-894 N '41; IV: 31:978-9850 
152 F '42; VII: 32:247-249 MR '42 


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31:634-642 SE '41; II: 31:762-768 
'41; V: 32:60-66 JA '42; VI: 32:147- 




France Fights Again. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 33:381-384 MY '43 

Road to Dunkirk, Leaves From ^1y Diary In Flanders. Henri, de la Falaise, Marquis: 

I: 32:278-285 AP '42; II: 32:396-403 MY '42; III: 32:459-467 JE '42; IV; 32:522-531 
JL '42; V: 32:620-626 AG '42 
ARTILLERY 

Artillery in the Elastic Defense. M.L. Curry CAPT L'SMC 30:296-299 JL-AG '40 
Attack by a French Divison. Article 30:133-137 MR-AP '40 

Campaign of Flanders, 1940, Part V, The Retreat Northward. Leo Framery CAPT FR 32:60-66 
JA '42 

Fighting the Panzers. Jean DuPont LT FR 31:538-543 AG '41 

French Corps Artillery and Counterbattery. W.M. Sturtevant MAJ 30:429-434 N-D '40 
"Grande Cadence de Tir," New French SP 155-niii. Ludovic DeDinechin LTC FR 42:50-54 N-D '74 
Mountain Guns in Today's War. Charles Taquey LT FR 32:89-101 F '42 
War in the French Alps, a Phase of the 1940 Campaign Concerning Which Nothing Has Been 
Published in this Country. Charles Taquey LT FR 32:31-33 JA '42 
ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATION 

French Artillery, Francis A. Leclerc COL FR 41:24-29 JL '73 
FIELD ARTILLERY 

Has Field Artillery Learned to Protect Itself? Article 32:756-758 0 '42 
FRANCISCO, WILLIAM P. 

Antitank Fire With Minus Site. 31:370-372 JE '41 
FRANKE, GUSTAV H. 1888- 

Antitank Delusions. 32:38-40 JA '42 
FRANKFORD ARSENAL, PA. 

Arsenals. Paul J. Luellig, Jr. CPT FA 42:50-53,59 MR-AP '74 
FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR, 1754-1763 

Battle Report: 1755, D.I. Naughton 40:30,31 JA-F '50 
FREQUENCY MODULATION RADIO (FM) 

The Warlock. John R. Shelton CPT SC 44:48-50 MY-JE '76 
FROLICH, ? 

How Can Rapidity of Fire and of Preparations to Fire be Increased? 31:702,703 SE '41 

FUEL 

The FAARP (Forward Area Rearm Refuel Point). Feature 43:56,57 SE-0 '75 
Fuel (Requirements, Capacities of Vehicles). Article 34:456 JL '44 
FUGATE, FRANCIS L. 

Button Your Lip. 39:114 MY-JE '49 
Circumstantial Evidence. 39:215 SE-0 '49 
Not A Member. 39:38 JA-F '49 
FULLER, RALPH M. 

Liaison in the Jungle. 34:597-599 SE '44 
FUNERALS 

Casket Mounting for 75-mri Gun. Ward C. Goessling, Jr. MAJ FA 30:151 MR-AP '40 
FUNK, IVERS L. 

Sound Observation in the Jungle. 34:360-362 JE '44 
FUZE SETTERS 

Fuze Wrench. John S. Benson LT COL FA 36:642 N-D '46 

FUZES 

Army Tests XM1140 Fuzes. Article 41:46 0-N '73 
Enemy, A-T Variant. Richard B. Kline LT FA 33:178 MR '43 
Fuzes for Home-Made Bombs. Article 33:348 MY '43 
Multi -Option Fuze Proves Adaptable. Article 44:51,52 MY-JE '76 
Pneumatic Fuze for Artillery. Article 41:23 0-N '73 
Projectile Vise. William H. Rosee LT FA 34:692 0 '44 
Smoke Technique. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 33:759 0 '43 
Time Fire Using Shell Fuzed With Fuze M54 or M55. Article 33:19-24 JA '43 
Time Fuzes and Fuze Setters. G.C. Chadwick, Jr. CAPT FA 33:142 F '43 
Universal Fuze Setter. Article 44:55 MR-AP '76 
Why a Corrector. Wagner J. d'Alessio MAJ FA 34:63,64 JA '44 
PROXIMITY 

M728 (M514A1E1) Proximity Fuze View From the Blockhouse. Article 41:42 JL '73 


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New Proximity Fuze. Article 44:32 MY-JE '76 

Production Line Set For Artillery Fuze. Article 44:48 JL-AG ‘76 

The "Seeing Eye" Fuze. Frank A. Zupa 37:291-293 SE-0 '47 



GAITHER, RIDGELY, JR. 1903- 

With the Other Arms and Services, the Infantry in 1941, II. 41:504-509 JL '41 
GALLIGAN, G.S. 

Desert "As is." 33:460,461 JE '43 
GALLIPOLI (WWI), 1915-1916 

Remembering. Article 43:61 MY-JE '75 
GARIGLIANO RIVER CAMPAIGN (WWII), 1944 

Garigliano Mission. Scorpion Staff 35:359-361 JE '45 
GARRISON, EDWIN H. ' 

Arkansas State College’s Liaison Between ROTC and CAA. 30:363 SE-0 '40 
GAS ATTACK 

Care and Use of Your Individual Protective Cellophane Covers. Article 33:94 F '43 
GASOLINE 

No More Gasoline Flavoring. Article 32:352 MY '42 
GAVIN, JAMES MAURICE, 1907- 

Airborne Armies of the Future. 37:178-182 MY-JE '47 
GAVRILENKO, N 

Immobilizing Tank Maneuvers. 32:846,847 N '42 
GEER, ELIHU 

What Every Artilleryman Should Know About Bridges. 32:930,931 D '42 
GENERAL OFFICERS 

Age of American Army Leaders. Article 35:743 D '45 
Age of Generals. Archibald Wavell GEN GB 32:391 MY '42 
Articles: 30:14 JA-F ‘40; 30:79 JA-F '40; 38:31 JA-F '48 
General Officers From the Field Artillery. Article 35:741,742 0 '45 
Generals in Actionj Stephen Vincent Benet 33:68,69 JA '43 
Passengers in Field Artillery Airplanes. Article 33:785 0 '43 
GEORGE, CHARLES P. 1886hl946 

Honoring Artilleryinen, Obituary. 37:112,113 MR-AR '47 
.30-CAL Mount for Ml , 155-Gun. 33:678,679 SE '43 

GERMANY 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA. 34:826-837 0 *44; 38:231-239 SE-0 
'48; 39:30-39 JA-F '49; 39:126-135 MY-JE '49; 39:176-185 JL-AG '49; 39:269-278 N-D '49; 
40:32-41 JA-F '50; 40:79-87 MR-AP '50; 40:130-139 MY-JE '50 
ARMY 

German Grid System. Samuel J. Tobin LT FA 34:848-850 D '44 

Instructional Procedure in the German Army. Melvin C. Heifers CAPT INF 32:663-665 SE '42 
Lesson in Military Intelligence. Feature 31:584-588 AG '41 
Organization of the German Defense. C. Lopatin MAJ USSR 33:183-185 '43 

Popular Misconceptions. Article 31:991 0 '41 

Russo-German War, Part V. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:767-773 0 '42 
Use of Training Film in the German Army. Scholz MAJ GER 33:674,675 SE '43 
ARMY-ARMOR 

Armored Attack South of a . Feature 31:543,544 AG '41 

Artillery VS. Tiger and Ferdinand. L. Vysokoostrovsky LT COL USSR 33:810,811 N '43 
German Armored Formations in Libya. H.B. Latham COL RA 33:176-178 MR '43 
Men in Armor, Personal Experiences of German Tank Commanders. Article 30:346-349 SE-0 '40 
Panzers Across the Meuse, a Modern Example of an Attack Against a River Line. Feature 
31:194-203 AP '41 
ARTILLERY 

AA Protection for German Field Artillery. Article 41:509 JL '41 
Article. 33:172 MR '43 

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Artillery and Bombing Planes, a German Statement as to the Relative Value of These Two 
Weapons. Article 31 : 545-547 AG '41 

Artillery and the Tank, an Analysis of Portions of the German Artillery Regulations. 

Feature 30:243-248 JL-AG '40 

Artillery Hints Derived as a Result of Recent Combat in Europe. Kruse COL GER 31:95-99 
F '42 

Artillery Observation. Hans Revermann LT GER 31:621,622 AG '42 
Artillery of a German Tank Division. Article 33:185 MR '43 

The Vtillery of the Federal Republic of Germany. Gerhard W. Dobbert LTC GER 42:26-29 
MY-JE '74 

Artillerymen Without Guns, the German Observation Battalion. Kurt Gunther LT GER 41:524-527 
JL '41 

Bigger Bertha. Article 30:192 MY-JE '40 
Characteristics of German Artillery. Article 31:387 JE '41 

Cooperation: Artillery and Infantry Heavy Weapons. Kruse, COL GER 32:442-446 JE '42 
Divisional Artillery in the Polish Campaign. Hartmann COL GER 30:15-23 JA-F '40 
Employment of the Artillery Air Observer in the German Anny. Feature 32:16-20 JA '42 
French Methods VS. German. Article 30:133 MR-AP '40 

German Background for Practicing S-2's. John R. Lovell LT COL CA 32:852-856 N '42 
The German Conception of Artillery Organization by "Esen" (of the Polish Artillery). 34:147- 
149 MR '44 

German Conduct of Fire. Article 33:673 SE '43 

German Corps Artillery and Counterbattery. Charles N. Tupper CAPT 30:425-429 N-O '40 
German Doctrines Regarding Observation. Article 32:10,11 JA '42 

A German Reflects Upon Artillery, Interrogration of Karl Thoholte, General der Artillerie. 

Article 35:709-715 D '45 
German Ricochet Doctrine. Article 33:697 SE '43 
Howitzers Against Soviet Tanks. Friedrich Wagner 32:605,606 AG '42 
Improved Battalion Fire Direction. Article 30:401-405 SE-0 '42 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, Captured Artillery in German Use. Article 34:641,642 SE '44 
Know Your Enemies Weapons, German 15-CM (5.9") Howitzers. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 
34:312-317 MY '44 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, German Light Field Howitzers. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 34:428- 
431 JL '44 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons-German Oddities. Article 34:505 AG '44 
Lessons From the German Observation Battalion. Article 31:590-592 AG '42 
Make Your Gunnery Practice Realistic, Part II-Narrat1ve of German Targets. 34:467-471 JL 
'44 

Motorized Marches. Mann MAJ GER 32:579-582 AG '42 
Pak Variants. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 33:842 N '43 
Popular Misconceptions. Article 31:871 N '41 
Rags to Riches. Article 31:884 N '41 

Shell Crater Analysis for Location and Identification of Enetny Artillery. Lee 0. Rostenberg 
MAJ FA 34:738-744 N '44 

Strictly According to the Book, Baptism of Fire of a Battalion of German Light Artillery in 
the Campaign in France. Article 41:510-516 JL '41 
Training a Motorized Battery. Article 33:542,543 JL '43 

Training of the Forward Observer in the German Anny. Thomas North LT COL FA 32:11-15 JA 
'42 

Tunnel Guns. Article 34:367 JE '44 

The Value of Artillery in Modern War. Article 31:288 MY '41 
With the Armies of Foreign Nations. Article 31:180 MR '41 
World's Biggest Guns. Frederick B. Porter COL FA 35:545-547 SE '45 
COMMUNICATIONS GROUP 

German Signal Communications. Article 31:579-583 AG '41 
85 RGT PARATROOPS 

Mountain Jaegers in the Conquest of Crete, May 1941. Feature 33:164-169 MR '43 
FIELD ARTILLERY 

Fire-Direction Training in German Artillery Battalion. Article 32:200-202 MR '42 
Reasons for the Success of the German Field Artillery. Article 31:989-991 D '41 
GUNS 

Two New German Weapons. Article 31:249 AP '41 
INFANTRY-ARTILLERY SUPPORT 

Artillery in Open Warfare. Article 30:460-464 N-D '40 


MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY 

Mountain Division in Blitzkrieg. Article 31:655-660 SE '41 
ORGANIZATION 

The Secret German Weapon. Thomas L. Crystal. Jr. CAPT FA 31:399-402 JE '41 
SIGNAL SECTIONS 

Radio Intercept and Interference. Rex E. Chandler MAJ FA 30:356-363 SE-0 '40 
STRATEGY 

Feldherr Hitler and the Hedgehog. Stefan T. Possony 34:690-692 0 '44 
WEAPONS 

New German Weapon, Illustrated for the First Time. Feature 30:456-459 N-D '40 
GERVAIS, ROYAL L. 1895- 

Combat Teams Against Parachutes. 32:87,88 F '42 
GIA .LOURAKIS, BILL C. 1936- 

Battalion Command. 42:46-49 MR-AP '74 
GIBBONS. JAMES J. 

Armored Artillery Support. 34:454 JL '44 
GIBBONS. ULRICH GEORG. 1916- 

Correction of Map Data for the 105-inm Howitzer. 32:171 ,172 F '42 
Let's Use Forward Observation. 36:269-271 MY *46 
A Note From the Executive. 32:532 JL '42 
Surprise Fires With the Observed Fire Chart. 33:913 0 '43 
GIFFORD. ELI G.. JR. 

"Woe is the L.O." 35:79 F '45 
GILDART, CHARLES R. 1894- 

The Sign Boards of Panama. 30:330-335 SE-O '40 
GILDART, ROBERT C. 1915- 

Artillery on New Georgia. 34:82-89 F '44 
Countermortar. 34:841-847 D '44 

A Oeadspace Chart for Your Howitzer. 32:792,793 0 '42 
Guadalcanal's Artillery. 33:734-739 0 '43 
GILL, BURGO D. 1901- 

The Professional Soldier and Criticism. 31:619,620 AG '42 
Types of Enlisted Officer-Candidates. 31:700,701 SE '41 
GILL, WILLIAM H. 

Key to a Better Understanding of Maps. 36:92-95 F '46 
GILLELAND, JOHN 

Trouble Double. Hiram J. Herbert 34:326 MY '44 
GILLMDRE, WILLIAM NELSON, 1903- 

Airborne Artillery. 37:348-354 N-D '47 
GIRDON, TERRY A. 1943- 

Toward a New Theoretical Model for the Civilian Control of the Military. 42:25-27 MR-AP 
'74 

GJELSTEEN. EINAR B. 1900- 

Fire Direction Technique for Groupment and Division Artillery. 32:184-194 MR '42 
Massing the Fires of Division and Corps Artillery. 33:426-429 JE '43 
Notes on Gunnery. 33:349-351 MY '43 

Survey Plans and Procedure. I: 32:153-161 F '42; II: 32:521 JL '42 
GLASSES 

Article. 32:521 JL '42 
GLIDER ARTILLERY 

Airborne Artillery. William N. Gillmore BRIG GEN 37:348-354 N-D '47 
Fifth Wheel. Douglass P. Quandt COL GSC 36:390-393 JL '46 
GLOSSARY 

Canned Language. Article 41:493 JL '41 

Glossary of U.S. and British Abbreviations. Article 32:672,673 SE '42 
GODWIN. BOBBY J. 1933- 

Back to Basics, Howitzer Section Test. 42:51-53 JL-AG '74 
GOESSLING. WARD C., JR. 1891- 

Casket Mounting for 75-nin Gun. 30:151 MR-AP '40 
GOFF, WALTER S. 

Deception. 34:367 JE '44 , 

GOLDING, CLAUD ‘ 

The Honorable Artillery Company. 33:181 MR '43 j 


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GOLF 

Practice. Article 33:367 MY '43 
GOODMAN. MELVIN 

The Unbeatable Secret Weapon. 38:274,275 N-D '48 
The Undeclared Mexican War. 38:222.223 SE-0 '48 
GOODNOW. JAMES LAWRENCE. 1911- 

Rocket Fire Direction. 36:11-13 JA '46 
GORBATOFF. BORIS 

Before the Battle. 32:962 D '42 
GORNALUNGA BRIDGE (WWII), 1943 

Prinx) Sole. Article 33:897 D '43 
GORT, LORD 

Comments on the War. 32:162-166 F '42 
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS (U.S.) See TRAINING AIDS-TRAINING DEVICES 
GR-3C SOUND RANGING SET 

Sound Ranging -Dead or Alive. Glenn Coffman MAJ FA 42:19-24 MR-AP '74 
GR-8 SOUND RANGING SET 

Sound Ranging-Dead or Alive. Glenn Coffman MAJ FA 42:19-24 MR-AP '74 
GRAHAM. WILLIAM ALEXANDER. 1875- 

The Principle of Universal Military Training, Part I: Integral Part of America's Original 
Military Policy. 36:143-146 MR '46 

The Principle of Universal Military Training. Part II: The Volunteer System Inadequate 
and Undemocratic. 36:242-245 AP '46 
"GRANSTON" 

Single OP Observation. 35:335,336 JE '45 
GRAPHICAL FIRING TABLES 

Graphical Site Table. Article 35:548 SE '45 

12-Inch Graphical Firing Table. Abbott H. Burns LT COL FA 34:298,299 MY '44 
GRAPHS 

Brother, Can You Use a Doodle, a New Wrinkle in Making March Graphs, by Strudux. 30:306-308 
JL-AG '40 

On Enlivening the Dead-Space Chart. S.E. Vaughan MAJ FA 30:469-472 N-D '40 
Ready Short-Base Tables. Eric Waldman S/SGT 33:414 JE '43 
The Sands Graph. H.I. Holdeman CAPT FA 33:306-309 AP '43 
GRAVES 

Boozers Beware. Feature 36:393 JL '46 
GRAY. GORDON. 1909- 

Feature. 39:146 JL-AG '49 
GRAY. WILLIAM 

An Experiement on Guadacanal. 33:294,295 AP '43 
Modifications to the "Third" Wheel. 34:364,365 JE '44 
With 25-Pounders in New Caledonia. 33:692 SE '43 
GREAT BRITAIN 

Empire in Transition. Paul W. Caraway COL INF 37:150-153 MY-JE '47 
Invasion of England, a Preview. Feature 31:442-450 JL '41 
AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS 

The One-Night, No-Bullet War. Harold Heifer 40:108 MY-JE '50 
ARMOR 

Men in Armor, Part I. Article 31:14-17 JA '41 
ARMY 

Background for Battle. Alexander Clifford 33:46,47 JA '43 
Centralized Training. J.V. Delahaye LT COL GB 31:276,277 MY '41 
Difference of Opinion. Article 32:595 AG '42 

The Retreat to Dunkirk, a Modem Military Epic. Article 30:437-445 N-D '40 
ARTILLERY 

Artillery in Africa. Article 33:497 JL '43 

Artillery Support of Tanks. M.J. Renton MAJ GB 32:120 F '42 

Artillery With Cavalry. Brief Lessons From the British Campaign in Palestine. Article 
30:477 N-0 '40 

Britain's Artillery: A Resume. C.B. Thome MAJ MC 34:39 JA '44 
Britain's "Reilly" in the Near East. Article 32:373 MY '42 

British Artillery Action in Tunisia, by a British Artillery Officer. 33:494 JL '43 
British Artillery in Flanders. Article 31:206-215 AP '41 


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British Ingenuity. Article 34:720 0 '44 

The British 6-Pounder. Feature 33:173-175 MR '43 

Current British Doctrine. Article 32:762,763 0 '42 

Developing Antitank, by a British Army Artillery Officer. 33:453-455 JE '43 

The Honorable Artillery Company. Claud Golding 33:181 MR '43 

Hay, 1940, Some Experiences of a Field Regiment R.A., by D/101. 31:919-929 D '41 

Mediterranean Odyssey. Michael Buckley, Jr. LT COL FA 32:738-744 0 '42 

More on the 25-Pounder. Henry Rowan-Roblnson MAJ GEN GB 33:691 SE '43 

105-nin Light Gun. R.D. Upton LTC GB 42:64 MY-JE '74 

Organization of Artillery Conmand In the British Army. Article 33:535 JL '43 
The R.H.A. (Royal Horse Artillery) In the Middle East. Article 32:354 MY '42 
Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich. Feature 35:736,737 D '45 

The Royal Artillery of the British Army. Norman Dodd COL (RET) GB 42:6-14 JA-F '74 
25-Pounder, General Duties of the Gun Squad. Feature 33:83-92 F '43 
ARTILLERY-1 ST EAST AFRICAN LT BTRY 
An Artillery Action In Somaliland. Article 31:389-391 JE '41 
ORGANIZATION 


The British Army Divison of Today. W.A.S. Douglas 30:88-90 MR-AP '40 
GREECE 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 37:371-378 N-D '47; 38:178-187 
JL-AG '48; 38:231-239 SE-0 '48; 39:30-39 JA-F '49; 39:82-91 MR-AP '49; 39:126-135 MY-JE 
'49; 39:176-185 JL-AG '49; 39:224-234 SE-0 '49; 39:269-278 N-D '49 
aREECE (WWII), 1940,41 

War In the Balkans, Conquest of Greece. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:224-233 MR '42 
War In the Balkans, the German Campaign In Yugoslavia and Greece. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 
32:130-143 F '42 
GREENWELL, EDMUND 

Get the Most Out of Your q-4. 44:60,61 MR-AP '76 
GREGORY, LOWELL 

Surveys-Pro and Con, a Graphical Computer for Quicker Survey. 32:699-704 SE '42 
GRIDS. See MAPS 

GRIFFIN, GERALD E. , 

"Keep Them Rolling." Song 33:441 JE '43 

"The Mountain Battery." Song 33:280,281 AP '43 I 

"O'Reilly's Gone to Hell." Song 33:361 MY '43 
"The Red Guidon." Song 33:200,201 MR '43 
GRIFFIN, LEWIS 

Who Shot Polaris? 31:760,761 0 '41 
GRIFFITH, BERTRAND A. 

The Ooc-Luc Improvised Mount. 32:645 AG '42 
GRIFFITHS, CHARLES D. 

Mountain Warfare. 30:322-329 SE-0 '40 
GRlPii R.W. 

Tips From a Battery Executive. 35:499 AG '45 
GRUBB, GARY N. 

Red Team AO Training. 44:22,23 N-D '76 
GRUBER, EDMUND L. 1879-1941 

"The Caissons Go Rolling Along." Song: 32:455 JE '42; 33:120,121 F '43 
Obituary. 31:918 D '41 
GUADALCANAL (WWII), 1942-43 

An Artillery Forward Observer on Guadalcanal. John F. Casey, Jr. CAPT FA 33:562-568 AG '43 

A Firing Battery on Guadalcanal. John F. Casey, Jr. CAPT FA 33:740-744 0 '43 

Guadalcanal Letter. James J. Herlot LT COL FA 33:748 0 '43 

Guadalcanal's Artillery. Robert C. Glldart LT COL FA 33:734-739 0 '43 

Marine Field Artillery on Guadalcanal. P.A. delValle BRIG GEN USMC 33:722-733 0 '43 

GUAM 

A Glimpse of Guam. Charles M. Platt SGT USMC 34:789 N '44 
GUAM II (WWII). BATTLE OF. 1944 

Sea Island Serenade, the Recapture of Guam. P.A. delValle BRIG GEN USMC 34:803-806 D '44 
GUENTHER. JOHN C. 

Artillery In the Bougainville Campaign. 35:330-334 JE '45 


GUERRILLA WARFARE 

Guerrilla Warfare. George Haig 


CAPT FA USAR 31:110-114 F '42 




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GUFFEY, HOWARD R. 

Decisive Lateral Repositioning. 44:6-10 MR-AP '76 
GUIDED MISSILES 

Artillery Rockets. T.B. Hedekin COL FA 36:564-573 0 '46 
Guided Missiles Are Coming. William R. Kintner LT COL GSC 36:534-536 SE *46 
Guided Missiles-The Artilleryman's Answer. Nels A. Parson, Jr. CAPT FA 39:112-114 MY-JE 
'49 

In Vain Do They Seek a Defense Against Lightning. Albert J. Weinnig LT COL CAC 36:537- 
539 SE '46 
GUN 

Howitzer or Gun? James W. Porter 42:15-18 JA-F '74 
World's Biggest Guns. Frederick B. Porter COL FA 35:545-547 SE '45 
(75-MM, M1897) 

Can Grandma, 75-mm. 1897, Stop 'em? Jake G. Lyons LT FA 31:157-160 MR '41 
(75-MM) 

Direct Fire, 1941 Edition. Allerton Cushman LT FA 31:11-13 JA '41 
Gun Procurement, the French 75 Millimeter Gun (The "Soixante Quinze"). William J. Snow 
MAJ GEN (RET) 31:299-304 MY '41 
New 75-mm Gun. Article 30:446 N-D '40 

Rise and Fall of the American "75." William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:218-223 AP '41 
75-mm Gun Adapted for Use as Antitank Gun, by R.C.S. 30:142 MR-AP '40 
Wartime Production, the British 75 Millimeter Gun. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:379- 
387 JE '41 

(88-MM, ANTITANK) 

Smashing the Panzers. H. Rowan-Roblnson MAJ GEN RA 33:25-27 JA '43 
(105-MM) 

105-mm Light Gun. R.D. Upton LTC 42:64 MY-JE '74 
(105-MM, M7) 

Under Fire. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 33:891,892 0 '43 
(105-W1, M30) 

Article. (Japanese) 31:246 AP '41 
(120-MM) 

Japanese 120 Versus Japanese. Harold 0. Steward 35:538 SE '45 
(122-MM, D30) 

The 1973 Neareast War, Part I. Horst Toepfer COL GER 42:36-43 N-D '74 
(130-MM) 

The Offensive, a Glimpse of Modern Soviet Artillery Tactics. A. A. Sidorenko COL USSR 
42:32-45 JL-AG '74 

(155-MM G.P.F., Grande Puissance Fllloux) 

8ardia Bill and Perimeter Pete. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 34:41 JA '44 
"Grande Cadence de Tir." New French SP 155-inm. Ludovic DeDinechin LTC FR 42:50-54 N-D '74 
Long Toms in Action. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 33:803,804 N '43 
(155-MM Ml 2) 

An M12 Battalion In Combat. Lewis R. Soffer LT FA 35:29-31 JA '45 
991st Field Artillery Battalion. Article 35:549,550 SE '45 
(240-MM, Ml) 

One Year of Combat With the 240's, Saga of the 698th FA Bn. C.V. Clifton LT COL FA 35: 
258-261 MY '45 

(420-MM+) 

Bigger Bertha. Article 30:192 MY-JE '40 
(800-MM) 

The Greatest Gun. Articles: 42:30-38 MY-JE '74j 42:46-48 SE-0 '74; 42:4,63 N-0 '74; 43:5 
MR-AP '75' 43:3,4 SE-0 '75 
(17-CM) 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, German 17-CM Gun. G.B, Jarrett LT COL ORD 35:49-53 JA '45 
(21 -CM) 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, German 21-CM Characteristics. G.B. Jarett LT COL ORD 35:77-79 
F '45 

(22-CM) 

Sub-Caliber. Article 32:363 MY '42 
(1.25") 

Mule Artillery. Letter 42:5,63 JA-F '74 


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O'*. SMITH) 

British Ingenuity. Article 34:720 0 '44 
(8", Parrott Rifle) 

"Swamp Angel." Letter 42:4 JL-A6 '74 

"Swamp Angel." Robert E. Dunfleld 2LT MI 42:32-37 JA-F '74 
(6-POUNOER) 

The British 6-Pounder. Feature 33:173-175 MR '43 
(25-POUNDER) 

More on the 25-Pounder. Henry Rowan-Roblnson MAJ GEN GB 33:691 SE '43 
The R.H.A. (ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY) In the Middle East. Article 32:354 MY '42 
25-Pounder, General Duties of the Gun Squad. Feature 33:83-92 F '43 
With 25-Pounders In New Caledonia. William Gray CAPT FA 33:692 SE '43 
ANTITANK 

Antitank Defense. Albert C. Wedemtyer MAJ INF 31:258-272 MY '41 
Growth of AT Guns. Article 34:153,154 MR '44 
The Modern Antitank Gun. Selther COL GER 34:150-152 MR '44 
BORING 

Gun-Boring Technique Improved. Article 41:17 0-N '73 
CARRIAGES 

German Self-Propelled Mounts. Article 35:432-435 JL '45 

Mobile, Armored, and Revolving, a New Carriage Idea for Artillery. J.M. Riboud 36:326-328 
JE '46 

ELEVATING MECHANISM 

Are You Getting Full Elevation on Your 3" Gun? Article 34:575 AG '44 
FRANCE 

Indirect Fire at Moving Targets - A Simplified Procedure. Louis H. Thompson COL FA CAC 
35:468-470 AG '45 
GERMANY 

The German Paris Gun of World War I. Article 38:126,127 MY-JE '48 
HISTORY 

The Story of the Gun. A.W. Wilson LT GB: I: 1242-1650. 35:721-726 D '45; II: 1650-1779. 
36:34-38 JA '46; III: 1779-1854. 36:84-a8 F '46; IV: 1854-1899. 36:147-152 MR '46; 

V: 1899-1914. 36:223-226 AP '46; VI; Conclusion. 36:289-292 MY '46 
MOUNTS 

An Additional Means of Training Artillery. John E. Lewis BRIG GEN 33:5,6 JA '43 
Air-Rifle Subcallber. Ben Altman LT FA 33:7-9 JA '43 
Combination Mount for Dual .50's. E.A. Raymond MAJ FA 35:110,111 F '45 
MUZZLE BRAKES 

Muzzle Brake Variants, Know Your Enemies' Weapons. Feature 34:674 0 '44 
POSITIONS 

The Sands Graph. H.I. Hoi deman CAPT FA 33:306-309 AP '43 
Terrain Gun Position Corrections. Feature 43:30 SE-0 '75 
PRODUCTION 

Wartime Production, Steel and Guns,(WWI). William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:548-553 AG '41 
SQUADS 

25-Pounder, General Duties of the Gun Squad. Feature 33:83-92 F '43 
TUBES 

Cannon Thermal Warning Device. Article 42:29,30 JA-F '74 
Cold Tube First Round Study. Article 44:21,22 SE-0 '76 
Combat Experience With Gun Tubes, Article 36:619 N-D '46 
Tube Leveling Device Developed. Feature 43:30 MY-JE '75 
Tubes on Tracks. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORO 33:760 0 '43 
GUM Note: This weapon has a long range, high muzzle velocity, flat trajectory, and Is more 
than thirty calibers In tube length. 

GUN-HOWITZER 

(152-MM) 

The Offensive, a Glimpse of Modern Soviet Artillery Tactics. A.A. Sidorenko COL USSR 
42:32-45 JL-AG '74 

(180-MM, M1955) 

The 1973 Neareast War, Part I. Horst Toepfer COL GER 42:36-43 N-D *74 
GUN-HOWITZER Note: This weapon was first so-named by Napoleon III In 1850 to describe shell 
aamunltlon which was designed to fire at a high muzzle velocity so as to combine the 
best features of the gun and howitzer In one weapon. 


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GUNNERS 

Praise for Our Gunners, From the Richmond News Leader . Article 33:885 D '43 
GUNNERY 

An Additional Means of Training Artillery. John E. Lewis BRIG GEN 33:5,6 JA '43 
The Altimeter Observed-Fire Chart. Thomas Taylor MAJ FA 40:10 JA-F '50 
Antitank Gunnery. Article 32:218,219 MR '42 
Article. 34:64 JA '44 

Automatic Artillery. Jeffrey W. Fisher CAPT 41:30-33 JL '73 

Behind the Scene With the Target Grid, Part I. Robert S. Stafford MAJ FA 39:100-102 MY-JE 
'49 

Can Grandma, 75-mm 1897, Stop 'em? Jake G. Lyons LT FA 31:157-160 MR '41 
The Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Part H. Article 39:14-20 JA-F '49 
German Doctrines Regarding Observation. Article 32:10,11 JA '42 

The Gunnery Phase of the Recent Fort Bragg Mapping and Survey Exercises. Marlon P. Echols 
LT COL FA 31:753-759 0 '41 

How Can Rapidity of Fire and of Preparations to Fire be Increased. Frollch LT GER 31:702, 
703 SE '41 

Indoor Gunnery. H.K. Holman LT COL FA 38:80,81 MR-AP '48 
Letter. Thomas E. de Shazo COL FA 33:290 AP '43 
Make Your Gunnery Practice Realistic, Part I. Article 34:368 JE '44 
Make Your Gunnery Practice Realistic, Part II-Narrat1ve of German Targets. Article 
34:467-471 JL '44 

Make Your Gunnery Practice Realistic, Part III, Typical Japanese Targets. Article 34:538, 
539 AG '44 

Modern Battlefield Gunnery Techniques, TC 6-40-1, Draft Edition. Feature 43:6 MR-AP '75 

More Data on Shooting Without Factors. 38:267,268 N-D '48 

More on the New Observed Fire Procedure. Feature 37:222-225 JL-AG '47 

Notes From the Field Artillery School. Article 30:435,436 N-D '40 

Notes on Gunnery. Einar B. (^elsteen COL FA 33:349-351 MY '43 

Notes on New Gunnery Methods. Article 31:627-629 AG '42 

Problems In Gunnery. Articles: 30:58,59 JA-F '40; 30:143-145 MR-AP '40; 30:229-231 MY-JE 
'40; 30:373 SE-0 '40; 30:487,488 N-D '40; 31:707 SE '41; 31:795 0 '41; 31:623 AG '42 
Shooting Without Factors. Donald E. McArthur CAPT FA 38:204-207 SE-0 '48 
Shooting Without Factors-A Naval Gunfire Version. Raymond H. Lumry LT COL FA 39:57-59 
MR-AP '49 

Surprise Fires With the Observed Fire Chart. Ulrich G. Gibbons MAJ FA 33:913 D '43 
Swiss Method. Article 32:219,220 MR '42 
Time Bracket. Frank C. Narvell MAJ FA 33:229 MR '43 
Time Plot Observed-Fire Chart. George D. Crosby COL FA 34:677-679 0 '44 
Training AA Gunners. Dwight E. Moorehead LT COL CAC 33:421-423 JE '43 
Type Problems-Observed-FIre Procedure Using Target Grid, Part I. Article 39:21-25 JA-F *49 
CONDUCT OF FIRE 

Articles: 31:310-313 MY '41; 31:430-432 JE '41; 31:518-522 JL '41 
Current Misconceptions Upon the Liaison Method of Conduct of Fire. Fred C. Wallace BRIG 
GEN 31:432 JE '41 
DEFLECTION 

A Deflection Fan That Masses Fast. Robert H. Cronin MAJ FA 35:413,414 JL '45 
Modification of Range-Deflection Fan. James T. Carleton 32:250 MR '42 
EFFECT 

CDEC Measures Suppressive Effects. Article 44:23 JL-AG '76 
Effect of Artillery Fire. Article 32:208 MR '42 
Effect of Fire. James A. Metcalfe MAJ FA 35:155 MR '45 
ERROR 

Don't Believe Your Eyes. Feature 35:181,182 MR '45 
FIRE ADJUSTfCNT 

Adjustment With High Performance Planes. John D. Salmon LT COL FA 34:751,752 N '44 
The Air Center-of-Impact. Robert H. Adams CAPT FA ET ^ 31:954,955 D '41 
Armd Arty Incidents. Article 33:644 SE '43 

"Corrections all Batteries" In Yards Instead of Mils. Robert P. Wills CAPT FA 34:471- 
JL '44 

Flexibility Imperative. Article 33:254 AP '43 

Growl From a Diehard. M.L. Curry LT COL USMC 35:116,117 F '45 


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Indirect Fire Pocket Reference Cards for Key Tank Destroyer Personnel. Eugene T. Oborn 
LT 35:109-111 F '45 

The Laser Rangefinder. Jean Reed MAJ FA 43:31-35 SE-0 *75 
Let's Shoot. Lieutenant. Feature 42:24,25 N-D '74 

Locating and Adjusting Fire on Water-Borne Targets. Frank E. Ribbel CAPT FA 33:852 N '43 
One-Gun Versus Two-Gun Adjustment. 42:57,58 MY-JE '74 

Stop-Watch Location of Hostile Batteries and Adjustment of Fire. B.H. McCurdy MAJ FA 34: 

362,363 JE '44 

Surprise Fire Without Registration. Chrlstlancy Pickett COL FA 33:533 JL '43 
Which Round Is Mine? John R. Crossen MAJ FA 34:219 AP '44 
FIRE DIRECTION (FD) 

Adjusting Tank Destroyers by Quadrant. Henry L. Davisson 34:23 JA '44 
Aerial Fire Marking. Erdle 0. Lansford MAJ FA ET AL 39:70,71 MR-AP '49 
Oeflectlon-Bracketing-A Simplified Method. WIlTTanTN. Martin LT 38:19-21 JA-F '48 
Digest of New Observed Fire Procedure. Walter E. Barker LT COL FA 37:83-87 MR-AP '47 
Faster Fire Direction for Light Artillery, the 1940 Prize Essay. Bernard Thielen LT FA 
30:83-87 MR-AP '40 

FD Technique for Heavy Artillery. C.R. Oliver MAJ FA 34:820-823 D '44 
Fire Direction Aid. F.W. Duff CAPT FA 33:690 SE '43 

Fire Direction, Current Thoughts and Recent Developments. Article 31:278-287 MY '41 
Fire Direction Decentralized. John J. Davis CAPT FA 32:195-198 W1 '42 
Fire Direction Must t Flexible. H.S. Dillingham LT COL FA 34:457,458 JL '44 
Fire Direction Technique for Groupment and Division Artillery. Elnar B. Gjelsteen LT COL 
FA 32:184-194 MR '42 

Ftre-DIrectlon Training In German Artillery Battalion. Article 32:200-202 MR '42 
Fire Direction Without Maps. Henry C. Demuth LT COL FA 32:199 MR '42 
4.5-Inch Battalion Fire Direction In Combat. John T. O'Keefe MAJ FA 35:411,412 JL '45 
6FT Determination of Range Probable Error. Article 44:39 JA-F '76 
Howitzer Firing, With Kentucky Windage. Raymond Carlson CPL FA 35:609-613 0 '45 
Improved Battalion Fire Direction. Article 30:401-405 SE-0 '42 
Radio In Fire Direction. James H. McBroom, Or. LT FA 33:291 AP '43 
Really Rapid Support, by "I.G." 32:346,347 MY '42 
Rocket Fire Direction. James L. Goodnow CAPT FA 36:11-13 JA '46 
A ^ale Conversion Slide for Your GFT. Thomas E. Ryder T/SGT FA 33:926,927 D '43 
Simplified Observed Fire Procedure. Clift Andrus MAJ GEN 37:79-81 MR-AP '47 
Simultaneous Fire Missions, Target-Grid System. Paul D. Phillips LT COL FA 39:216,217 
SE-0 '49 

Suggestion Prompts ICM GFT (Improved Conventional Munitions- Graphical Firing Table). 

Feature. 43:26-28 SE-0 '75 

This New Fire-Direction Technique. Walter D. Atkins CAPT FA 31:985 D '41 
This Old Fire Direction Technique. Richard Crecellus T/SGT FA 32:194 MR '42 
Two Ends of the Trajectory. Article 30:107,108 MR-AP '40 
FIRE DIRECTION CENTER (FDC) 

Battalion FDC-Cav Style. Eric C. Deets CPT FA 44:38-40 N-D '76 
The Battery FDC. Roger Wllco MAJ 33:915,916 D '43; 34:167 MR '44 
Battery Fire-Direction Centers. David E. Ott CAPT FA 40:18-20 JA-F '50 

The Electric Company's FDC. Anthony N. Kuykendall CPT FA 43:25-28 N-D '75 / 

FDC and the Artillery Air Observer. Ivan E. Jackson MAJ FA 34:567,568 AG '44 f 

FDC Expedients In the ETO. William R. English CAPT FA 35:350 JE '45 » 

FDC In the Jungle. John R. Crossen MAJ FA 33:913,914 D '43 
FDC Innovations Speed Firing. Feature 43:52,53 MY-JE '75 
FDC Simplicity. Robert B. Smith MAJ FA 39:73-75 MR-AP '49 

The Field Artillery Battalion Fire-Direction Center-Its Past, Present, and Future. Frank 
6. Ratliff LT COL FA 40:116-119,127 MY-JE '50 
Improved FDC. Letter 43:4,6 MY-JE '75 

Iiwroyed FDC. Robert A. White MAJ FA ET AL 42:22-24 JL-AG '74 
Nodular FDC. Earl W. Finley CPT FA 42lT0^3 JA-F '74 
Pop-Up FDC. Feature 42:11 MR-AP '74 

Sensings by Fire-Direction Center In Precision Fire. J.S. Hughes LT COL FA 39:201-203 
SE-O *49 ! 

FIRE MARKING 

Narking Artillery Fires. Thomas E. Lewis MAJ FA 31:388 JE '41 

GREAT BRITAIN * 

Soaiething New in Gunnery. T.A. Lowe LT COL RA 34:256 AP 44 ^ 


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INSTRUCTION 

Self Instruction in Gunnery. Eric A. Erickson COL FA 33:612 AG '43 
LAYING 

Laying In Action. Article 33:293 AP '43 
Use Your Training Films. Article 34:189 MR '44 
LAYING, DIRECT 

Antitank Fire for Medium Artillery. Article 31:626 AG '42 
Armored Artillery and Direct Fire. Curtis K. Allen, CAPT FA 34:180,181 MR '44 
Base Angle Laying and Measurement: One Method. Mai In Craig, Jr. COL FA 33:624 AG '43 
Direct Artillery Fire. Article 32:694 SE '42 
Direct Fire, 1941 Edition. Allerton Cushman LT FA 31:11-13 JA '41 
Indirect Fire at Moving Targets - A Simplified Procedure. Louis H. Thompson COL FA CAC 
35:468-470 AG '45 

Shadow-Line Laying. Curtis K. Allen CAPT FA 32:327 AP '42 
LAYING, INDIRECT 

Indirect Fire at Moving Targets-A Simplified Procedure. Louis H. Thompson COL FA CAC 
35:468-470 AG '45 

Indirect Fire Pocket Reference Cards For Key Tank Destroyer Personnel. Eugene T. Oborn 
LT 35:109,110, F '45; 35:245,246, AP '45 
MAINTENANCE 

The Man Who Keeps Them Shooting. John P. Eckert LT COL FA 31:966-968 D '41 
MANUALS 

What's Different About the New FM 6-40. Joseph H. Harrison LT COL FA 39:261-264 N-0 '49 
NIGHT FIRING 

Helps for Executives. Samuel D. Foster, Jr. LT COL FA 32:121 F '42 
Night Fighting. Sydney S. Combs CAPT FA 34:99-101 F '44 
Night Work In Italy. Article 34:411 JL '44 
Once in a Lifetime. Article 33:351 MY '43 
OBSERVATION 

Principles of Observed High-Angle Fire. Abbott H. Burns LT COL FA 34:37-39 JA '44 
OBSERVATION, FORWARD 

Armored Artillery Support. James J. Gibbons, Jr. CAPT FA 34:454 JL '44 
Extremes In Observation. McKenzie Hill 34:408 JL '44 
The FO Takes Command. Holland B. Coulter MAJ FA 42:52-54 JA-F '74 
Heroes All. Article 36:522-524 SE '46 

Let's Use Forward Observation. Ulrich G. Gibbons LT COL FA 36:269-271 MY '46 
A Letter to Observers. Ray C. Brewer CAPT FA 34:408-410 JL '44 
Observation In Italy. Article 34:407,408 JL '44 
Redlegs Ride Tanks. Milton M. Melsels 1st LT FA 36:625,626 N-D '46 
OBSERVERS, FORWARD (FO) 

After the Landing, by Arty Bn Comdrs, 29th Inf Div. 35:135-138 MR '45 
An Artillery Forward Observer on Guadalcanal. John F. Casey, Jr. CAPT FA 33:562-568 AG '43 
Battle Notes. George J. Cantrell LT FA 35:53 JA '45 
Battle of the Tagbong River. William P. O'Connor LT FA 35:285-300 MY '45 
A Case for Land Navigation Systems, Thomas J. Welch PhD 43:7-lD SE-0 '75 
Evolution the FO, Fly Beautiful Balloon, Ronald W, Shinn 44:9-12 N-D '76 
Evolving Field Artillery Tactics and Techniques, Vernon B, Lewis, Jr, BG 43:44-4B JA-F '75 
Field Artillery Observation, Part II - Forward Observation, Article 34:721-726 0 *44 
FO Comments From the Beachhead, Dale Van Hyning LT FA 34:402-404 JL '44 
Forging the Main Link. Serge P.C. Deinyanenko LTC INF 44:40-44 MY-JE '76 
Forward Observation In Africa. Richard D. Bush LT FA 33:771-775 0 '43 
Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 44:6 MY-JE '76 
The Forward Observer. John F. Bird MAJ FA 31:458-463 JL '41 
The Forward Observer, von Ondarza MAJ 31:235-238 AP '41 
Forward Observer Effectiveness. Paul F. Pearson COL FA 44:24-26 JA-F '76 
FO's Recording Sheet. Eric Waldman SGT 33:389 MY '43 
Growl From a Diehard. M.L. Curry LT COL USMC 35:116,117 F '45 
Point-Designation Grid for Forward Observer. Article 32:66 JA '42 
Pyrotechnics as an Aid to the Forward-Observer. George L. Hart, Jr. CAPT FA 31:571-573 AG 
•41 

Some Notes for Forward Observers. Bernard Thielen CAPT FA 32:325,326 AP '42 
To Forward Observers. Article 34:613 SE '44 

Training of the Forward Observer In the German Army. Thomas North LT COL FA 32:11-15 JA 
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REGISTRATION 

Illustrative Examples. Article 31:314 MY '41 
A Sudden Change of K. George B. Ely COL FA 33:911,912 D '43 
When Registering. Abbott H. Burns LT COL FA 33:348 MY '43 
RICOCHET 

German Richochet Doctrine. Article 33:697 SE '43 

Practical Application of Ricochet Fire. John S. Hughes MAJ FA 33:345-347 MY '43 
Ricochet and Time Shell Fire In North Africa. Article 33:700 SE '43 
Ricochet Fire-Interim Report. J.H. Bertman LT COL FA 33:522,523 JL '43 
An S.O.P. for Conduct of Time and Ricochet Fire. Article 33:898 D '43 
SERGEANT (GSG) 

The New Gunnery Sergeant. Harvey M. McBride SGM 44:8,9 SE-0 '76 
TRAINING 

O.A.C. Preliminaries. George C. Duehring LT COL FA 34:510 AG '44 
GUNTHER, KURT 

Artillerymen Without Guns, the German Observation Battalion. 41:524-527 JL '41 
GUSTAV-CASSINO LINE (WWII). 1943,44 

Breaking the Gustav Line. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:506 AG '44 
GUSTAV-CASSINO LINE (WWII), 1943,44 See Also CASSINO, BATTLE OF 
Feature. 42:20,21 N-D '74 
GYROSCOPE 

Feature. 42:20,21 N-D '74 


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"H.A.A G " 

Heavy Artillery Observation Requirements. "HAAG" 34:748,749 N '44 

HABIT 

Article. 34:720 0 '44 
HACKER, FRANCIS HEAD 

The Best Weapon. 39:186 JL-AG '49 
HADFIELD, WILLIAM ALBERT, 1907- 

It Might Have Been You. 33:662,663,680 SE '43 
Your New Field Artillery Organization. 39:244-249 N-D '49 
HADLEY, ARTHUR 

An Artilleryman Looks at Propaganda. 35:197,198 AP *45 
HAIG, GEORGE 

Guerrilla Warfare. 31:110-114 F '42 
HAINES HOWARD F 

Division Artillery In the Battle of New Georgia, July 24-August 5,1943. 33:846-849 N '43 
Three Months on Bougainville. 34:444-450 JL *44 
HAINES, JOHN W. 

Black and Blue War. 30:473-477 N-D '40 
Personal Problems: Iceland. 32:682-684 SE '42 
HALL, JACK L.. 1943- 

64®N,-40®F, The Field Artillery In Alaska. 42:43-46 MY-JE '74 
HALL WILLIAM C. 1909» 

Engineer Survey With Reference to Artillery. 33:495-497 JL '43 

Harassing Fire, an Engineer's Impression of the Effect of Artillery Fire. 35:68,59 F '45 
HALLOCK, ROBERT FARNSWORTH, 1901- 

Target Getting. 36:458,459 AG '46 
Why Not the Group. 37:362,363 N-O '47 
HALLORAN, JOSEPH E., Ill, 1947- 

Eamed Rank. 43:23-26 MY-JE '75 
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, 1757-1804 

Captain Hamilton of the Artillery. J.B.B. Trussell, Jr. MAJ CAC 40:26-29 JA-F '50 
HAMILTON, EDWARD P. 

Rocket and Barometer Rapid Survey. 33:613-615 AG *43 
HAMILTON, LESLIE W. i 

High Burst With a Stop Hatch. 38:65 MR-AP '48 ^ 

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HAMILTON, THOMAS J. 

The United Natlons-The Organization and Methods of Operation. 36:632-634 N-D '46 
HANDY, HAROLD F. 1897- 

How to Produce an Efficient Firing Battery. I: 31:743-748 0 *41; II: 31:854-868 N '41 
HANKS, WILLIAM J. 

Enemy Artillery Intelligence. 34:21-23 JA '44 
Know Your Enemies' Weapons-Rockets. 34:155-157 MR '44 
HANSON, ROBERT D. 

The Tank and Its Adversary. 33:501-505 JL '43 
"HAPPY VALLEY" (WWII), 1943 

Tunisia's Burma Road. B.H. Kerr LT FA 33:785 0 '43 
HARMER, GEORGE A. 1944- 

Recycllng. 43:37,38 MR-AP '75 
HARR, WILLIAM L. 

Let's Pass Those Tests. 34:318-320 MY '44 
HARRIOTT, DONALD B. 

GHQ Test I to the Rescue. 35:686- 689 N '45 
HARRIS. ARTHUR RINGLAND. 1890- 

Amerlcan Football -Trainer of Generals. 38:262-266 N-D '48 
HARRIS. DONALD Q. 1898- 

Organlzlng Artillery Battalions In China. 35:322-324 JE '45 
Practice Panoramic Sight. 32:862-864 N '42 
HARRISON, JOSEPH HOLMES, 1911- 

Here's a New Terrain Board. 38:271-273 N-D '48 
Searchlights. How Can They Help Us? 38:70-72 MR-AP '48 
What's Different About the New FM 6-407 39:261-264 N-D '49 
HARRISON, WILLIAM J. 1929- 

Malor. 43:50-53 MR-AP '75 
HART. CHARLES EDWARD. 1900- 

The Artillery Brigade Headquarters. 37:359,360 N-D '47 

Artillery Representation on High Level Before and During Combat. 38:208-213 SE-0 '48 

Artillery WUh an American Army In Europe. 37:25,26 53-58 JA-F '47 

Extracts From the First Army Artillery Information Service, WWII: 39:171,172 JL-AG '49; 

39:213-215 SE-0 '49; 39:266-268 N-D '49; 40:57 MR-AP '50; 40:140-144 MY-JE '50 
Voice of Experience. 36:219-222 AP '46 
HART. GEORGE L.. JR. 

Close-In Defense of Field Artillery. 30:187-191 MY-JE '40 
Pyrotechnics as an Aid to the Forward-Observer. 31:571-573 AG '41 
Some Observations on Training of CMTC. 30:395-397 SE-0 '42 
HART, MELVIN L. 

Photo Lubrication Charts. 33:520 JL '43 
HARTMAN, PAUL 

A Daylight Polaris. 34:61-63 JA '44 
Rapid Computer, Modified. 33:326 MY '43 
HARTMANN ? 

Divisional Artillery In the Polish Campaign. 30:15-23 JA-F '40 
HARTRICH, EDWIN 

The Bridge That Wasn't There. 37:217 JL-AG '47 
Photo Intelligence VS. the Railway Gun. 35:716,717 D '45 
HATCH, STEVEN E. 

A Battalion Air Observation Section Test. 33:865 N '43 
HATFIELD, ERNEST C. 

Utilizing Tank Destroyers As Artillery. 35:495-497 AG '45 
HATHAWAY, JAMES LOWMAN. 1906- 

The Army That Speaks Many Tongues. 38:78,79 MR-AP '48 
HAUSAUER KARL F. 

Making Lateral Firing Easy for Beginners. 31:243,244 AP '41 
HAUSER. JOHN N. 1889- 

Motor Vehicle Identification. 31:776-778 0 '41 
HAUSER. WILLIAM L.. 1932- 

The Journal Interviews COL William L. Hauser 43:23-38 MR-AP '75 
Training the Trainer. 42:19-21 JA-F '74 


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HAYDEN. JOHN LORD. 1895- 

A Seagoing Redleg. 38:220-222 SE-0 '48 
HAZEN. JOSEPH C. 

Road Measurements With Tracing Paper. 35:105 F '45 
HEARD. FALKNER, 1888- 

Notes on Military Censorship. 32:364.365 MY '42 
HEARING LOSS 

Let's Protect Our Cannoneer's Ears. H.S. Howard MAJ FA 36:160,161 MR '46 
HEARN. J. RICHARD 

Early Luzon Experience. 35:328,329 JE '45 
HEARN. WILLIAM M. 

A Reverie of Patriotism. 38:47 JA-F '48 
HEAVY ARTILLERY 

For Men Only, Light and Medium Artillerymen Need Not Read This. Trevor N. Dupuy CAPT FA 
32:708-712 SE '42 
HEDEKIN, THOMAS BENOIT. 1899- 

Artlllery Rockets. 36:564-573 0 '46 
HEDGEROWS 

Normandy Armored RSOP and Survey. David E. Olson LT FA 34:681,682 0 '44 
HEIGHTH 

Air Danger Zone of Friendly Artillery. Howard C. Price, Jr. MAJ FA 33:413,414 JE '43 
"How's the Air Up There?" F.A. Bardo LT COL FA 33:412 JE '43 
HEINL. R.D. 

Naval Gunfire Support In the Pacific. 35:617-619 0 '45 
HELBAT IV (HUMAN ENGINEERING LABORATORY BN ARTY TESTS) 

Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 43:5,6 MY-JE '75 
Testing at Fort S111-HELBAT. Jean Reed MAJ FA 42:6-13 MY-JE '74 
HELBAT V 

HELBAT 5. Jean Reed IMJ FA 43:50-55 N-D '75 
HELFER, HAROLD 

The Beautiful Bungalow. 38:275 N-D '48 
Bees of War. 40:129 MY-JE '50 
The Birth of the Pigskin. 38:266 N-D '48 
The 80-Year Hangover. 38:172 JL-AG '48 
The One-Night, No-Bullet War. 40:108 MY-JE '50 
Pigs and War. 38:161 JL-AG '48 
HELPERS, MELVIN C. 1913- 

Instructlonal Procedure In the German Arn<y. 32:663-665 SE '42 
HELICOPTER TYPE-CH-47 

"Super C" Lifts Six. Feature 43:35 JL-AG '75 
Cobra Firing Systems Test^ at MASSTER. Feature 42:31 JL-AG '74 
HELICOPTERS 

More About Helicopters. 39:204,205 SE-0 '49 
HELMS, GEORGE D. 

Corrector for the Day. 34:415 JL '44 
HENRI, MARQUIS de la Falalse 

toad to Dunkirk, Leaves From fly Diary In Flanders: I: 32:278-285 AP '42; II: 32:396-403 
MY '42; III: 32:459-467 JE '42; IV; 32:522-531 JL '42; V; 32:620-626 AG '42 
HERBERT, HIRAM J. 

Trouble Double. 34:326 MY '44 
HERCZ, ARTHUR RASTER, 1908- 

Back Toward Fundamentals. 33:204,205 MR '43 
Minimum Elevation Table. 31:322 MY '41 
On Target Acquisition, Again. 43:35-41 N-D '75 
HERIOT, JAMES J. 1907- 

Guadalcanal Letter. 33:748 0 '43 
HESS FREDERICK U* 

’useful Points From Austrian Field Artillery. 33:536,537 JL '43 
HEXTER, J.H. 

The terman Graphic Firing Table. 34:433-438 JL '44 
HEYMOMT, IRVING, 1917- 

The Hartime Information and Education Progarm. 38:268-270 N-D '48 


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HI BBS. LOUIS EMERSON, 1893- 

F.A.S. Events. Feature 35:601-604 0 '45 
Report on the Field Artillery Conference. 36:407-413 JL '46 
HICKEY, FREDERICK FRANCIS. JR., 1922- 

Defensive Artillery in Portrex. 40:104-108 MY-JE '50 
HIGBY, HARLO W. 

Massing Fire in Miniature. 34:60 JA '44 
HIGH BURST. See HEIGHTH, RANGING-HIGH BURST 
HILDEBRAND. ROBERT W. 

Computers' Table for the 75-How. 33:466 JE '43 

HILL, McKENZIE 

Extremes in Observation. 34:408 JL *44 
Mobile Armored OP. 31:35 JA '41 
Target Getting and Fixing. 34:621 SE '44 
HINDS, ERNEST 1864-1941 

Obituary. 31:918 D '41 
HINES. WILLIAM M. JR. 

Answer Machines. 36:635-637 N-D '46 
HITLER, ADOLF. 1889-1945 

Perimeters in Paragraphs: Strategy. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:358-363 MY '42 
HOFFMAN, MARTIN R. 

Secretary Hoffman Joins Hall of Fame Role. Article. 44:45,46 MY-JE '76 
HOLDEMAN, H.I. 

The Sands Graph. 33:306-309 AP '43 
HOLLAND 

ARMY-ARTILLERY 

Incidents From the War, Experiences of a Dutch Artillery Detachment During the Invasion 
of Holland. Article 31:667-670 SE '41 
HOLLAND, JEREMIAH P. 1903- 

A Solution for Traffic Problems. 32:353,354 MY '42 
HOLMAN, HARLAN KEITH, 1915- 

Indoor Gunnery. 38:80,81 MR-AP '48 
HONDEGHN (WWII), 1940 

The Defense of Hondeghm, a Battery of Field Artillery in Close-Range Fighting. Feature 
31:2-5 JA '41 
HOOKER, JOHN C. 

Molotov Cocktail. 31 : 21 6,21 7 AP '41 
HORNER, SAMUEL WATSON, II., 1907- 

With the Fleet, Gunfire Support School, Amphibious Training Command, Amphibious Force, U.S. 
Atlantic Fleet. 37:344-346 N-D '47 
HORSEMANSHIP 

Suggestions for Equitation Instructors. Arthur E. Solem MAJ FA 31:171-177 MR '41 
HORSES 

Draft Remount Training. Wellington A. Samouce CAPT FA 30:367-372 SE-O '40 
Wagon Wheels. George C. McDowell LT FA 30:195-203 MY-JE '40 
HOSPITAL, RALPH, 1891- 

The Cornell University ROTC. 38:4-9 JA-F '48 
HOUSEKEEPING 

It's Your Move, Partner. Rosalee G. Porter 37:78 MR-AP '47 
HOUSING 

So You Have To Buy A House. Holmes F. Crouch LT USCG 38:34-37 JA-F '48 
HOWARD, H.S. 

Let's Protect Our Cannoneer's Ears. 36:160,161 MR *46 
Taking Out the "Dry." 33:10,11 JA '43 
HOWITZER 

Back to Basics, Howitzer Section Test. Bobby Godwin LTC FA 42:51-53 JL-AG '74 
Howitzer or Gun? James W. Porter 42:15-18 JA-F '74 
(75-MM, BRITISH VICKERS MOUNTAIN) 

Visions of a Pre-War World. Article 34:655 SE '44 
(75-MM. PACK) 

The Pack Howitzer Hits the Silk, Lucian B. Cox CAPT FA 33:257-260 AP '43 
(105-MM) 

North African Comment. Article 33:293 AP '43 

The 105-mm Howitzer. John P. Lucas BRIG GEN 31:66-69 F '41 


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(105-MM, M2A1) 

Article, 30:82 MR-AP '40 
{105-MM, M3) 

Article. 33:910 0 '43 
(105-MM, M7) 

The Field Artillery Puts on Armor. Douglas G. Dwyre LT COL FA 33:917-920 D '43 
(105-MM, XM204) 

XM204 Tested at Fort SWI. Feature 42:22 SE-0 '74 
(105/28-MM) 

Italian 105/28 Howitzer. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 33:924,925 D '43 
(122-MM) 

New Soviet 122-niti Howitzer. Feature 43:57,58 SE-0 '75 
(122-MM, 030) 

Basic Directions in the Training of Artillery and Missilemen. G. Peredl'skii Marshall 
of Army USSR 42:6-11 N-D '74 
(155-MM) 

Automatic Artillery. Jeffrey W. Fisher CAPT 41:30-33 JL '73 

Operation and Maintenance Manual, DTM 9-2350-21 7-1 0/N Draft. Feature 42:30 JA-F '74 
"Sniping" With a 155-nin Howitzer. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:412 JL '44 
(155-MM, M2) 

Article, 31:437 JE '41 
(155-MH, Ml 09) 

Honk if You're Unsafe. Feature 43:28 MY-JE '75 
{155-MM, M109A1) 

The Smart Round. Charles L. Williams, III. LTC FA 43:29-32 MR-AP '75 
(155-MM, XM198) 

A Proposal for User R&D. M.J. Longmore COL 42:16-21 SE-0 '74 
(203-MM) 

Heavy Self-Propelled Guns in Tank Battles. G. Khainatskii LT COL USSR 36:24,25 JA '46 
(240-MM) 

240's in Italy. Article 34:338 JE '44 
{240-MM, Ml) 

The New 240-nri Howitzer, Ml. Article. 33:410,411 JE '43 
(15CM)-(5.9") 

Know Your Enemies Weapons, German 15-CM(5.9") Howitzers. G.B. Jarrett LTC ORD 34:312-317 
MY '44 

(30-CM NAVAL) 

Japanese Artillery in Northern Luzon, 9 January to 30 June 1945. Feature 36:17-23 JA '46 
( 6 ") 

Britain's 6" Howitzer. H. Rowan-Robinson MAJ GEN RA 34:262 AP *44 
( 8 ") 

M110EZ Testing. Article 42:56 MY-JE '74 
HOWITZER. 

Note. This weapon has a medium range (to the gun), medium muzzle velocity, medium curved 
trajectory, and is between twenty and thirty calibers In tube length. 

HOWITZER CARRIAGES 

Article. 33:910 D '43 
HOWLAND, W.E. 

Charts for Rapid Target Location. 33:96-98 F '43 
HOWZE, HAMILTON H. 1908- 

Artlllery Tank Support. 33:779 0 '43 
HUGGINS, WILLIAM CLARKSON. 1897- 

Boresighting. 36:212-218 AP '46 

Correction for Aiming Post Displacement. 34:540.541 AG '44 
HUGHES. JOHN 

Through the Mill I: 32:425-429 JE '42i II: 32:557-560 JL '42; III: 32:636-639 AG '42; 
IV: 32:695-698 SE '42; V: 32:788-791 0 '42; VI: 32:876-880 N '42 
HUGHES, JOHN S. 

Practical Application of Ricochet Fire. 33:345-347 MY '43 
HUGHES, JOHN SCARBOROUGH. 1917- 

Sensings by Fire-Direction Center in Precision Fire. 39:201-203 SE-0 '49 
HUGHES, JOHN W. 

Survey Aspects In S.W.P.A. 34:683-685 0 '44 


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HUGHES, WILLIAM L. 

Mobility Versus Maintenance. 44:18-20 MR-AP '76 
HUMAN RELATIONS 

Articles: 32:217 MR '42; 32:589 AG '42 
Old Sour Puss. Article 32:446 JE '42 

PET (Personal Effectiveness Training). Homer W. Kiefer, Jr. COL FA, and James D. Bruns 
(MAJ) CH 42:27,28 SE-0 '74 
HUNT, R.C.O. JR. 

Lighting the Way for the Troops. 32:913,914 D '42 
Naval Gunfire Support of Landing Troops. 32:286-288 AP '42 
HUNTTING, EARL W. 

"The Hymn of Hate." 34:216,217 AP '44 
HYNING, DALE VAN 

FO Comments From the Beachhead. 34:402-404 JL '44 


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ICELAND 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 36:430-436 JL '46 
Personal Problems: Iceland. John W. Haines MAJ FA 32:682-684 SE '42 
IDENTIFICATION 

Article. 32:773 0 '42 

Shell Crater Analysis for Location and Identification of Enemy Artillery. Lee 0. Rostenberg 
MAJ FA 34:738-744 N '44 
IDENTIFICATION TAGS 

Article. 31:761 0 '41 
ILC (Individualized Learning Center) 

A Success Story. ILC. Edward P. Metzner COL FA 44:53,54 JL-AG '76 
ILLUMINATION ■ 

Tail Lights-105-How1tzer. William R. Kimball, Jr. LT FA 33:463 JE '43 
IMAGINARY WAR 

Something Happened at Skromptsk. Christiancy Pickett, COL FA 37:278,279 SE-0 '47 
IMBODEN, JOHN DANIEL, 1823-1895 

The Battery That Saved the Day. Cary Ingram Crockett COL INF 30:26-33 JA-F '40 
"IMBODEN'S BAHERY." (U.S. Civil War) 

The Battery That Saved the Day. Cary Ingram Crockett COL INF 30:26-33 JA-F '40 
IMBODEN'S WEST VIRGINIA RAID, U.S. CIVIL WAR, APR. 1863 

The Battery That Saved the Day. Cary Ingram Crockett COL INF 30:26-33 JA-F '40 
INDECISION 

Article. 32:725 SE '42 
INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4, 1944 

Fireworks on the Fourth. Harold Denny 34:642 SE '44 
INDEXES 

An Index of New Doctrinal Material. Feature 43:28,29 SE-0 '75 

Notes From the Field Artillery School, Index of Publications Pertaining to Field Artillery 
Materiel. Feature 31:183-187 MR '41 

INDEXES-FIE LD ARTILLERY JOURNAL : (Contained in the respective issue for that year as follows:) 
194tr 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 
1976 


Author: 

Author: 

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Subject: 


32:79,80 JA '42 
32:79,80 JA '42 
32:975,976 D '42 
33:959,960 D '43 
34:879,880 D '44 
35:768 D '45 
36:672 N-D '46 
37:392 N-D '47 
38:296 N-0 '48 
39:288 N-D '49 
40,11 MY-JE '50 
44:41 N-D '76 


Title: 

Title: 

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32:77-79 JA '42 
32:77-79 JA '42 
32:974,975 D '42 
33:957-959 D '43 
34:877-879 D '44 
35:766-768 D '45 
36:671,672 N-D '46 
37:392 N-D '47 
38:296 N-D '48 
39:288 N-D '49 
40:11,12 MY-JE '50 
44:41 N-D '76 


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INDIA 

Article. 32:943 D '42 

19 MAR - 18 APR '46 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 36:365-372 JE '46 
INDIRECT FIRE. See GUNNERY-LAYING. INDIRECT 
INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING CENTER. See ILC 
INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE OF THE ARMED FORCES WASH.. O.C. 

The Industrial College of the Armed Forces. E.B. McKInely BRIG GEN 37:105.106 MR-AP '47 
"INFANTILLERY" (INFANTRY-ARTILLERY) 

Artillery on "Nothing Atoll" (Pelellu Island). R.A. Evans LT COL USMC 35:6-10 JA '45 
Battle of the Tagbong River. William P. O'Connor LT FA 35:285-300 MY '45 
That Cannon Company. James P. Barry CAPT FA 35:102.103 F '45 
ARTILLERY SUPPORT 

The TEAM on New Georgia, by an Infantry Battalion Commander. 33:843-845 N '43 
ORGANIZATION 

Infantry Division In Europe. H.W. Blakeley MAJ GEN 36:262-268 MY '46 
INFORMATION SOURCES 

Evaluation. Article 32:198 MR '42 
INGRAM. KENNETH A. 1938- 

Aiming Post. 41:42-46 0-N '73 
INNOVATIONS 

An "Army Motors" Tip. Articles: 35:470 AG '45; 35:494 AG '45 

Not In the Book. Feature: 31:671 SE '41; 31:798.799 0 '41; 31:996 D '41; 32:72 JA '42 
32:173 F '42; 32:251-253 MR '42; 32:327.328 AP '<»2; 32:486.487 JE '42; 32:568 JL '42; 

32:649 AG '42; 32; 727 SE '42; 32:806.807 0 '42; 32:887 N '42; 33:70 JA '43; 33:310 AP '43 
33:390 MY '43; 33:467 JE '43; 33:544 JL '43; 33:625.626 AG '43; 33:707.708 SE '43; 33:787. 
788 0 '43; 33:866.867 N '43; 33:942 D '43; 34:68 JA '4434:133 F '44; 34:198 MR '44; 34:265 
AP '44; 34:327 MY '44; 34:484 JL '44; 34:663 SE '44; 34:790 N '44; 34:858 D '44; 35:54 JA 
'45; 35:183 MR '45; 35:247 AP '45; 35:309 MY '45; 35:438 JL '45 35:502 AG '45; 35:626 0 '45 
Pertinent Ideas. Old and New. From the F.A.S. Article: I: 34:559 AG 44; II: 34:630 SE '44 
INSIGNIA 

Article. 31:398 JE'41 

Artillery Insignia. Feature 37:247 JL-AG *47 
Frontispiece: "D of the 5th's" Special Guidon. 38:106 MY-JE '48 
"Grasshopper" It Is. Insignia 33:651 SE '43 
FIELD ARTILLERY 

Features: 2d Field Artillery Observation Battalion. 32:441 JE '42 
3d Field Artillery Observation Battalion. 31:988 D '41 
10th Field Artillery 31:553 AG '41 
14th Field Artillery. 31:387 JE '41 
18th Field Artillery. 31:670 SE '41 
76th Field Artillery. 33:228 MR '43 
489th Armored Field Artillery Battalion. 33:780 0 '43 
906th Field Artillery Battalion. 32:912 0 '42 
INSPECTIONS 

Chinese 52nd Army> Inspection Trip-March 1943. Garrison B. Cloverdale COL FA 34:465.466 JL 
'44 

INSTRUCTION. See MILITARY INSTRUCTION 
INSURANCE 

The Editor Talks About Life Insurance. Devere Armstrong COL FA 37:118-123 MR-AP '47 
What About That Insurance. 36:229.230 AP '46 
INSURANCE COMPANIES 

Feature 30:268 JL-AG '40 
INSURANCE POLICIES 

Can They Live Without You. George C. Duehring CAPT FA 30:269-276 JL-AG '40 
INTEGRATION OF ARTILLERY. U.S. See U.S. ARMY-ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATION 
INTELLIGENCE, COMBAT 

Field Artillery Intelligence. Charles A. Pyle COL FA 34:659.660 SE '44 
INTERVIEWS 

An Interview With Mr. Field Artillery. Tom Drahelm SP5 42:32-38 SE-0 '74 
The Journal Interviews BG Sidney L. Davis. Feature 43:11-13 SE-0 '75 
The Journal Interviews COL William L. Hauser. 43:23-28 MR-AP '75 


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The Journal Interviews LTC William D. Merritt. Article 44:30-33 JL-AG *76 
The Journal Interviews MG Albert B. Crawford. Feature 43:38-41 JL-AG '75 
The Journal Interviews MG Thomas M. Rienzi. 43:42,43,48 JA-F '75 
Redleg Newsletter. Article 44:35-37 N-D '76 
INVASION TRAINING CENTER, ARZEW, ALGERIA 

Naval Shore Fire Control Parties in the Southern France Landings. Article 35:131-134 
MR '45 

INVASIONS. See ASSAULTS, BAHLES 
INVENTIONS 

Trouble Double. Hiram J. Herbert 34:326 MY '44 
IRAN (19 Nov-18 Dec '45) 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 36:109-117 F '46 
ISLANDS 

Defense of an Island. Charles B. Cross MAJ FA 33:574-576 AG '43 
Routes into Europe, a Study in Terrain, Part II, Islands of the Western Mediterranean. 
Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:510-517 JL '43 
ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC 

Islands South and Southeast of Japan. Conrad H. Lanza COL 35:534-537 SE '45 
Japanese Mandated Islands. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:306-309 MY '44 
ISTANBUL, TURKEY 

Istanbul. Lowell M. Riley COL FA 34:210 AP '44 

ITALY 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 33:762-770 0 '43; 33:817-828 N '43 
33:899-910 D '43; 34:26-36 JA '44; 34:120-129 F '44; 34:168-178 MR '44; 34:226-240 AP '44 
34:282-294 MY '44; 34:346-357 JE '44; 34:416-427 JL '44; 34:544-559 AG '44; 34:643-655 
SE '44; 34:711-720 0 '44; 34:753-764 N '44; 34:826-837 D '44; 35:80-91 F '45; 35:338-350 
JE '45; 35:417-430 JL '45 

Routes Into Europe, a Study in Terrain, Part V, Italy. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 
33:749-755 0 '43 

ARMY-ARTILLERY 

Artillery of Armored Divisons. Guiseppe de Stefanis BRIG GEN IT 30:350-354 SE-0 '40 
Italian Artillery. 6.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 35:663-671 N '45 
Italian 105/28 Howitzer. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 33:924,925 D '43 
ORGANIZATION 

Artillery Support of Motorized Divisions. Article 31:226-231 AP '41 
IVANOV, V. 

Combating Self-Propelled Artillery. 43:54-58 JA-F '75 


J 


JABBOUR, EDWARD A. 

There is a Difference in Outfits. 40:126,127 MY-JE '50 
JACKSON, GEORGE F. 

Caves and the War of 1812. 38:217-129 SE-0 '48 
JACKSON, IVAN E. 

FDC and the Artillery Air Observer. 34:567,568 AG '44 
JACOBS, FENTON S. 1892- 

With the Other Arms and Services, Cavalry, III. 31:593-601 AG '42 
JACOBSON, ALAN C. 

56th Field Artillery Brigade, Pershing In Europe. 42:24,25 MY-JE '74 
JACOBY, MELVILLE 

Corregidor Cable No. 79. 32:263-267 AP '42 
JAMES, GEORGE W. 

Air Ops In the South Pacific. 35:98,99 F '45 
JAMES, GERARD G. 1946- 

Tacfire. 43:28-33 JL-AG '75 


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JAPAN 

Article. 32:467 JE '42 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 33:442-452 JE '43; 33:528-532 
JL '43; 33:616-623 AG '43; 33:654-661 SE '43; 33:762-770 0 '43; 33:817-828 N '43; 33:899- 
910 D '43; 33:26-36 JA '44; 34:120-129 F '44; 34:168-178 MR '44; 34:226-240 AP '44; 
34:282-294 MY '44; 34:346-357 JE '44; 34:416-427 JL '44; 34:544-559 AG '44; 34:643-655 
SE '44; 34:711-720 0 '44; 34:753-764 N '44; 34:826-837 0 '44; 35:80-91 F '45; 35:208-218 
AP '45; 35:268-278 MY '45; 35:338-350 JE '45; 35:551-562 SE '45; 35:583-596 0 '45; 
35:651-662 N '45; 35:748-756 D 'er 39:176-185 JL-AG '49; 40:79-87 MR-AP '50 
You've Never Had It So Good. Rosalee G. Porter 38:166-168 JL-AG '48 
ARMY 

Japanese Tactics. Articles: I: 32:178-183 MR '42; II: 32:289-294 AP '42 
ARTILLERY 

Japanese Artillery In Northern Luzon, 9 January to 30 June 1945. Feature 36:17-23 JA '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATION 

Japanese Field Artillery. Moses W, Pettigrew LT COL GSC 31:130-138 MR '41 
JAPANESE-AMERICANS. See Article Under "NISEIS" 

JARRETT, G.8. 

Bardia 8111 and Perimeter Pete. 34:41 JA '44 
Italian Artillery. 35:663-671 N '45 
Italian 105/28 Howitzer. 33:924,925 D '43 

Know Your Enemies Weapons, German 15-CM (5.9") Howitzers. 34:312-317 MY '44 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, German Light Field Howitzers. 34:428-432 JL '44 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, German 17-CM Gun. 35:49-53 JA '45 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons, German 21 -CM Characteristics. 35:77-79 F '45 

PAK Variants. 33:842 N '43 

Tubes on Tracks. 33:760 0 '43 

JAVA 

Article. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:607-613 SE '44 
JAYME, WILLIAM N. 

UMT Experlemental Unit. 37:27-29 JA-F '47 
JEEP, VEHICLE 

Jeep Artillery. Charles W. Raymond, II. MAJ FA 32:477-479 JE '42 
The Versatile Jeep. George Ruhlen CAPT FA 31:413-416 JE '41 
JENKINS. JOHN M.. JR. 1893- 

Song of the Eight-Second. 33:761 0 '43 
JENNETTE, ALEXANDER T. 1933- 

Mass Fire In WWI; I: 43:40-45 MY-JE '75; II: 43:17-19,45 JL-AG '75 
"Jinx" (Tank) 

Article. 34:812 D '44 
JOB SATISFACTION 

Earned Rank. Joseph E. Halloran, II CPT FA 43:23-26 MY-JE '75 
JOHANNS, F.L.. JR. 

Know Your P.I. 35:262,263 MY '45 
JOHNSON. DOUGLAS V. 1900- 

Let Them Practice First. 30:261,262 JL-AG '40 
JOHNSON. JAMES R. 

The Strangest Mission. 38:76,77 MR-AP '48 
JOHNSTONE. CARL M.. JR. 

Up Forward. 33:776-778 0 '43 
JOINT OPERATIONS 

Air-Ground Warfare In Florida. Gene A. Walters CAPT INF 39:4-9 JA-F '49 
The Artillery Report on "Exercise Mesquite." George W. Watkins CAPT FA 38:160,161 JL-AG '48 
At the Gates of the Manchu. John B.B. Trussell, Jr. MAJ CAC 40:72-75 MR-AP '50 
Defensive Artillery In Portrex. F.F. Hickey, Jr. 1st LT FA 40:104-108 MY-JE '50 
"Exercise Seminole." John V. Roddy LT COL FA 38:12-14 JA-F '48 

From the Seine to Germany, Armored and Infantry Cooperation In the Pursuit. Hugh Exton 
LT COL FA 39:155-159 JL-AG '49 

NavAl Gunfire Support. Francis J. Roberts MAJ FA 39:55,56 MR-AP '49 
Scramble Authority: Who Has IT. A.J. Ritchey COL USAF 41:36-38 0-N '73 
Scramble Revisited. John A. Sawyer CPT USMC 42:44,45 MR-AP '74 
A Seagoing Redleg. John C. Hayden LT COL FA 38:220-222 SE-0 '48 
Vieques-We Were There Too. L.B. Mattingly 1st LT FA 38:116 MY-JE '48 


JOINT STAFFS 

Good Neighbors, Artillery Activities in the Joint Brazil United States Military Conriission. 

Walter J. Bryde LT COL FA 37:340,341 N-D *47 
JONES, BYRON B. 

Survey Computation Between Grid Zones. 32:707 SE '42 
JONES, LLOYD EDMONSTONE, JR., 1920- 

How About Some Real Peacetime Training. 36:2-3 JA '46 
JONES, NEWTON W. 1897- 

Determination of Position by Resection From High Air Bursts. 35:106-109 F '45 
Motor Maintenance in Connection With Radio Maintenance. 32:404,405 MY '42 
Tank Attack Down a Road. 32:468,469 JE '42 
JONES, WILBUR S. 

Candidate to Officer: I: 32:900-902 D '42; II: 33:95 F '43 
JORDAN, ROBERT W. 1939- 

Hanging Six. 42:24-27 JA-F '74 
JORDAN, ROBERTA D. 1945- 

FAOAC Graduate. Feature 42:30 JA-F *74 
JUN6ENFELD, ERNST VON 

German Panzers VS. French Light Mechanized Divisions. 31:772-775 0 '41 
JUNGLE OPERATIONS 

Water-Borne Artillery, New Georgia. Article 34:632,633 SE '44 
JUNGLE WARFARE 

Artillery on New Georgia, Robe<"t C. Gildart LT COL FA 34:82-89 F '44 
Artillery Security in the Jungle. Su Sing MAJ CHINA 34:365,366 JE '44 
Firing in the Jungle. Trevor N. OuPuy LT COL FA 34:359,360 JE '44 
Jungle Communications. John W. Ferris LT COL FA 34:186,188 MR '44 
Jungle Cooperation. Article 34:388 JE '44 
Jungle Warfare. Edward A. Raymond LT FA 32:144-146 F '42 
Liaison in the Jungle. Ralph M. Fuller CAPT FA 34:597-599 SE '44 
Medium Artillery in Burma. J.B. Knowles CAPT FA 35:21-27 JA '45 
Patrol Party. Robert F. Cocklin CAPT FA 34:596,597 SE '44 
Preview in the Chaco. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 32:794,795 0 '42 
Sound and Fragment Adjutment. Jay D. Vanderpool CAPT FA 34:458-462 JL '44 
Sound Observation in the Jungle. Ivers L. Funk LT FA 34:360-362 JE '44 
Survey Problems in Island Warfare. Jay D. Vanderpool CAPT FA 33:929,930 D '43 
Tropic Battle Communications. Article 34:187 MR '44 
Up Front Down Under. Christiancy Pickett COL FA 34:90-92 F '44 
JUSSEY (WWII). 1940 

Adventure at Jussey. Schwolbe CPL 31:307-309 MY '41 


K 


K RANGE FACTOR 

A Sudden Change of K. George B. Ely COL FA 33:911,912 D '43 
KADICK, MISHA NICHOLAS, 1916- 

Cellular Tables of Organization. 36:83 F '46 

Division Artillery Radio Nets in a Defensive Situation. 33:305 AP '43 
Hints to a Battery Commander Going Overseas 33:500 JL *43 
KAGOSHIMA ISLANDS 

The Kagoshima or the North Ryukyu Islands. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:606-608 0 '45 
KAMARCK, ANDREW M. 

German Casualties in Russia. 32:470-476 JE '42 

The Greatest Victory of German Propaganda. 34:158-161 MR '44 

Re-Birth of the War Rocket. 33:506-509 JL '43 

Why Hitler Attacked Russia, the Real Significance of the German Attack. 32:675-679 SE '42 
KANE, PAUL VINCENT, 1892- 

Cold Weather Operations. 37:280-285 SE-0 '47 
KARELIAN ISTHMUS (WWII), 1940 

Why Artillery Fire "Neutralizes." Article 30:96 MR-AP '40 


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KARELSKY, A. 

Soviet Artillery Fire. 32:511 JL '42 
VARVAKIN A 

Anny Supply Methods. 32:958 D '42 
KASHNER. WILLIAM H. 

Night Aerial Observation. 35:367 JE '45 
KASTNER, ALFRED EUGENE. 1900 

The New Anny Extension Courses. 37:294-297,325-328 SE-0 '47 
KEARFUL, JEROME 

Britain Breaks a Code. 40:56 MR-AP '50 
The British Went to Dinner. 39:80 MR-AP '49 
Cross a River and Gain an Empire. 39:135 MY-JE '49 
The Delayed Telegram That Saved the Union Fleet. 39:20 JA-F '49 
A Disastrous Victory. 39:220 SE-0 '49 
Doniphan's' Artillery. 40:70,71 MR-AP '50 
General Forrest's Navy. 39:264,265 N-D '49 
John Paul Jones Had a Sailor. 40:103 MY-JE 'SO 
The Lieutenant Who Licked the Subs. 38:286 N-D '48 
Orders Are Not For Pigeonholes. 39:265 N-D '49 
A Radio Technician Made History. 40:128,129 MY-JE '50 
The Sentry's Shorthand. 39:75 MR-AP '49 
KEHM, HAROLD D. 1899- 

Artillery Ammunition Supply, Principles and Command Responsibilities. 32:268-273 AP '42 
Incidents of the Campaign in Poland, 1939. 30:174-186 MY-JE '40 
Learning From the Engineers. 31:315-322 MY '41 
KELKER, JAfCS J.A. 

Division Artillery Intelligence. 35:456,457 AG '45 
Survey on Guadalcanal. 33:850,851 N '43 
KELLY, THOMAS L. 1933- 

Cormand in the '70's. 42:60-63 JA-F '74 
KENNEDY. VERNE C. JR. 

Rough but Ready Sound Ranging. 34:46,47 JA '44 
KERR. B.H. 

Tunisia's Burma Road. 33:785 0 '43 
KERR WALTER 

Death or Insanity. 33:814-816 N '43 
KEYSER, GEORGE V. 1895- 

The New Safety Regulations. 31:748-750 0 '41 
KHAINATSKII, G. 

Heavy Self-Propelled Guns in Tank Battles. 36:24-25 JA '46 
KIEFER. HOMER W.. JR. 1930- 

PET (Personal Effectiveness Training). 42:27,28 SE-0 '74 
KILOUFF, WILLIAM D. 

Axis Born Yanks. 32:713,714 SE '42 
Is "Tough" Instruction Enough. 32:323,324 AP '42 
More on "Bugs and Boners." 34:116 F '44 
KIMBALL, ROBERT H. 1944- 

Artillery in Air Defense. 41:33-35 0-N '73 
KIMBALL, WILLIAM R., JR. 

Tall Lights-105-Howitzer. 33:463 JE '43 
KING BENJAMIN D« 

'The First Field Artillery Guided Missile System. 44:57-60 JL-AG '76 
KING, EDWARD P.. JR.. 1884- 

"Pl«y the Game, Mr. King." A Hitherto Untold Story of the Hero of Bataan. Herbert B. Mayer 
MAJ CMP 34:218,219 AP '44 
KINLEY, NORMAN J. 

Tunisian Experiment. 33:199 MR '43 
KINTNER, WILLIAM ROSCOE, 1915- 

Gulded Missiles Are Coming. 36:534-536 SE '46 
KIRKPATRICK. RALPH Z. 

An Eighteenth-Century Spanish Military Camp in Panama. 31:295,296 MY '41 
Panama's Watermelon War. 36:286,287 MY '46 


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KISSAM, PHILIP 

Determining Distances From Vertical Aerial Photographs. 32:924,925 D '42 
KLEIN, ROBERT ERNEST, 1938- 

A Field Artillery Division. 42:49-54 MY-JE '74 
KLEINDIENST, HAROLD F. 

Ground OP Photography... Its Place in Counterbattery. 38:82 MR-AP '48 
KLEINER, ROBERT E. 

To Never Forget. 38:84,85 MR-AP '48 
KLINE, RICHARD B. 

Eneiny AT Variant. 33:178 MR '43 

German "Salvage" Self-Propelled Artillery. 33:780 0 '43 
KNIGHT, OWEN B. 1912- 

CommO in the Medium Battalion. 34:102,103 F '44 
KNOWLES, J.B. 

Medium Artillery in Burma. 35:21-27 JA '45 
KNOX TROPHY WINNERS 

1939: 30:46,47 JA-F '40; 1940 : 31:160 MR '41 

KOCH, ROBERT J. 1925- 

BG Koch Departs. 42:9 JL-AG '74 

KOREA 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 35:651-662 N '45; 35:748-756 D 
'45; 36:163-172 MR '46 

KOREAN WAR, 1950-53. See WARS-U.S. -KOREAN WAR, 1950-53 
KRAUS, EDWARD 1910- 

Below Luzon; I: 32:796-803 0 '42; II: 32: 829-835 N '42 
How They Did It. 32:418-422 JE '42 
KREKELER, S.J. 

Traveling Lock for 105-mm Howitzer, Motor Carriage, M7. 36:108 F '46 
KRUSE, ? 

Artillery Hints Derived As a Result of Recent Combat in Europe. 31:95-99 F '42 
Cooperation: Artillery and Infantry Heavy Weapons. 32:442-446 JE '42 
KURILE ISLANDS 

The Kurile Islands. Conrad H. Lanza COL 35:392-395 JL '45 
KURSK (WWII), 1943 

Artillery Counterpreparation. Levidov COL USSR 33:811,812 N '43 
KURTZ, GUY ORTH, 1894- 

Army Ground Forces Boards. 36:210,211 AP '46 
KUYKENDALL, ANTHONY N. 1943- 

The Electric Company's FDC. 43:25-28 N-D '75 
KWAJALEIN-ENIWETOK (WWII), 1944 

Kwajalein Atoll-An Interim Report. Archibald V. Arnold MAJ GEN 34:595,596 SE '44 
KYUSHU ISLAND 

Kyushu. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:681-685 N '45 


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LAMPERT, LAUREN D. 

Survey Computation Form. 33:122,123 F '43 
LAND ROUTES 

The Caucasian Isthmus, Land Bridge From Europe to Asia. Arthur Henry Moehiman CAPT 32:783 
787 0 '42 
LANDIS, GEORGE W. 

Planning the Artillery Attack on a Fortified Area. 35:138-140 MR *45 
LANDY, JAMES J. 

Initial Data From Rocket Bearings. 33:695 SE '43 
LANE, JOHN A. 

Over Hill, Over Dale, Over Bridges? 34:223-225 AP *44 


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LANG. CORNELIS DeW. W. 1913- 

Perlmeter Defense. 35:647-650 N '45 
LANGUAGES 

The Army That Speaks Many Tongues. James L. Hathaway COL CAV 38:78,79 MR-AP '48 
Language and International Understanding. Article. 32:395 MY '42 
Light Over Babel. Max Sherover 38:258-261 N-D '48 
LANSFORD, ERDIE OTIS, 1910- 

Aerial Fire Marking. 39:70,71 MR-AP '49 
LANZA. CONRAD HAMMOND 1878- 

An Amateur's First Attempt at Strategy. 31:691-697 SE '41 

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 34:211-213 AP '44 

The Autumn, 1942, Campaign in Russia. 33:186-194 MR '43 

Biography. 32:359 MY '42 

Borneo. 34:771-774 N '44 

Burma. 34:370-377 JE '44 

The Campaigns in Russia. 33:296-304 AP '43 

Celebes. 34:686-689 0 '44 

The Central Luzon Plain. 35:178-181 MR '45 

China Today. 34:463-465 JL '44 

The Fall of Belgium, the Attack, Part I. 31:346-357 JE '41 

The Fall of Belgium, the Melef, in Three Installments, Part II. 41:472-484 JL '41 
The Fall of Belgium, the Surrender, Part III. 31:558-567 AG '41 

The Field Artillery Journal's Military Commentator Reoorts on the Breakthrouoh at Sedan. 

3lTro-Td' F '41 

Finale in Tunisia. April 16th to May I5th 1943. 33:482-488 JL '43 
Formosa. 35:362-365 JE '45 

Islands South and Southeast of Japan. 35:534-537 SE '45 
Japanese Mandated Islands. 34:306-309 MY '44 
Java. 34:607-613 SE '44 

The Kagoshima or the North Kyukyu Islands. 35:606-608 0 '45 
The Kurile Islands. 35:392-395 JL '45 
Kyushu. 35:681-685 N '45 

Lessons From the War, Never Make Assumptions as to the Enemy. 31 :38-46 JA '41 
Malaya. 34:521-529 AG '44 

Military Reserves and Resources. 30:109-118 MR-AP '40 

Mindanao. 34:809-812 D '44 

The New Tactics, Part I. 33:261-265 AP '43 

The New Tactics, Conclusion. 33:354-358 MY '43 

North Luzon. 35:303-308 MY '45 

Origins of a Major War: 30:166-173 MY-JE '40; 30:284-295 JL-AG '40; 30:376-382 SE-0 '40 
Perimeters in Paragraphs. See under specific countries. 32:358-363 MY '42; 32:447-449 JE 
'42; 32:550-556 JL '42; 32:596-603 AG '42; 32:685-692 SE '42; 32:859-861 N '42; 32:937-942 
D '42; 33:12-17 JA '43; 33:143-149 F '43; 33:216-225 MR '43; 33:268-276 AP '43; 33:332-340 
MY '43; 33:442-452 JE '43; 33:528-532 JL '43; 33:616-623 AG '43; 33:654-661 SE '43; 33:762- 
770 0 '43; 33:817-828 N '43; 33:899-910 D '43; 34:26-36 JA '44; 34:120-129 F '44; 34:168- 
178 MR '44; 34:226-240 AP '44; 34:282-294 MY '44; 34:346-357 JE '44; 34:416-427 JL '44; 
34:544-559 AG '44; 34:643-655 SE '44; 34:711-720 0 '44; 34:753-764 N '44; 34:826-837 D '44; 
35:32-43 JA '45; 35:80-91 F '45; 35:144-154 MR '45; 35:208-218 AP '45; 35:268-278 MY '45; 
35:338-350 JE '45; 35:417-430 JL '45; 35:484-494 AG '45; 35:551-562 SE '45; 35:583-596 0 
'45; 35:651-662 N '45; 35:748-756 D '45; 36:39-48 JA '46; 36:109-117 F '46; 36:163-172 
MR '46; 36:231-240 AP '46; 36:297-304 MY '46; 36:365-372 JE '46; 36:430-436 JL '46; 36: 
475-482 AG '46; 36:511,541-548 SE '46; 36:590-598 0 '46; 36:652-659 N-D '46; 37:44-52 
JA-F '47; 37:124-133 MR-AP '47; 37:184-194 MY-JE '47; 37:253-261 JL-AG '47; 37:315-324 
SE-0 '47; 37:371-378 N-D '47; 38:38-47 JA-F '48; 38:86-95 MR-AP '48; 38:133-143 MY-JE '48 
38:178-187 JL-AG '48; 38:231-239 SE-0 '48; 38:277-286 N-0 '48; 39:30-39 JA-F '49; 39:82- 
91 MR-AP '49; 39:126-135 MY-JE '49; 39:176-185 JL-AG '49; 39:224-234 SE-0 '49; 39:269-278 
N-0 '49; 40:32-41 JA-F '50; 40:79-87 MR-AP '50; 40:130-139 MY-JE '50 
The Pescadores and Sakishima Islands. 35:457-460 AG '45 
Routes into Europe, a Study in Terrain. 

I: 33:402-409 JE '43 

II: Islands of the Western Mediterranean; 33:510-517 JL '43 
III: The Aegean Sea; 33:590-597 AG '43 
IV: The Balkan Peninsula; 33:682-688 SE '43 


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V: Italy; 33:749-755 0 ‘43 
VI: Norway; 33:853-858 N '43 
VII: North France; 33:933-939 D '43 
VIII: The Low Countries; 34:48-54 JA '44 
IX: West France; 34:96-98 F '44 
X: South France; 34:182-186 MR '44 
Russia: February 20 to March 15, 1943. 33:370-377 MY '43 

The Russo-German War: I: 32:434-440 JE '42; II: 32:512-521 JL '42; III: 32:629-635 AG 
'42; IV: 32:715-722 SE '42; V: 32:767-773 0 '42; VI: 32:840-845 N '42; VII: 32:903- 
910 D '42 

The Solomon Islands. 33:101-108 F '43 
Southern Luzon. 35:236-243 AP '45 

Stratagem In the North, a Startling New account of How the Germans Entered Norway by Means 
of a Ruse. 31 :143-145 MR '41 
The Sulu Archipelago. 35:99-102 F '45 
Sumatra. 34:439-443 JL '44 
The Visayas. 35:16-20 JA '45 

War In the Balkans: I: 31:872-884 N '41; II: 31:944-953 D '41; III: 32:46-59 JA '42; 
IV: 32:130-143 F '42; V: 32:224-233 MR '42 
LA PORTE, JUSTIN 

Lance Testing In the European Environment. 44:44,45 JL-AG '76 
LARKEY, KENNETH 

The Effect of Time Shell. 30:145 MR-AP '40 
LARR, DAVID, S. 1901- 

"Desert Encounter." 32:116-120 F '42 

Subcallber: A. Using Air Rifles; B. Using an Air Compressor. 31:661-666 SE '41 
Tobruk (Lieutenant-Colonel David Larr's Diary of a Trip), Part I. 32:203-207 MR '42 
Tobruk Diary, Concluded. 32:295-300 AP '42 

The Unex'-ected Always Happens: I: 32:387-391 MY '42; II: 32:480-483 JE '42 
LARY, VIRGIL P. JR. 

The Massacre at Malmedy. 36:80-82 F '46 
LASER APPLICATIONS 

Hellfire. Feature 43:22 N-O '75 

The Laser Rangefinder. Jean Reed MAJ FA 43:31-35 SE-O '75 
LATHAM, H.B. 

German Armored Formations In Libya. 33:176-178 MR '43 
LAW, MILITARY 

The American Soldier and the Law of War. Roger G. Darley CPT JAG: I: 42:44-51 JA-F '74; 
II: 42:14-18 MR-AP '74 
LAi^ON OKLAHOMA 

Morris S. Simpson, Biography. Robert M. Danford MAJ GEN 34:765-767 N '44 
UYING. See GUNNERY-UYING, DIRECT/ INDIRECT 
LAYING, BAHERY. See GUNNERY-LAYING, DIRECT/INDIRECT 
LEADERSHIP 


Article. Lesley J. McNair LT GEN 33:108 F '43 
Article. Vincent Meyer BRIG GEN 32:423,424 JE '42 

Articles: 32:15 JA '42; 32:33 JA '42; 32:320 AP '42; 32:749 0 '42; 35:337 JE '45 , 
The Cornell University ROTC. Ralph Hospital COL FA 38:4-9 JA-F '48 
Intangible Factors In Combat. Raymond S. McLain LT GEN 37:110,111,134,135 MR-AP *47 
Leaders Must... Feature 35:130 MR '45 

Leading the American Soldier. Maxwell D. Taylor MAJ GEN 37:8-12 JA-F '47 
Leadership Symposlum-A New Approach. Article 44:19 SE-O '76 
Observations of a Battery Commander. John J. Norris CAPT FA 36:403-405 JL '46 
Thoughts Worth Remembering. 42:54 JA-F '74 
LECLERC, FRANCIS A. 


French Artillery. 41 :24-39 JL '73 


LEDLEY, W.V. 


Headquarters Battery In an Active Theater. 34:816,817 D '44 
Medium Artillery Liaison. 34:24 JA '44 
Naval Fire Support In Sicily. 33:896 D '43 
LEFFERS, RICHARD 

Communications Problems In SWPA. 34:599-601 SE '44 , * ... 

Use of Field Artillery Liaison Planes In Wire Laying. 34:602-604 SE '44 


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LEMP. JOHN 

Tank Destroyers as Assault Guns. 35:244,245 AP '45 
LESSONS LEARNED 

Aflinunltlon Care. Herbert W. Pike CAPT FA 34:702-707 0 '44 
Armored FA Across France. I.B. Washburn LT COL fa 35:204,205 AP '45 
Artillery Hints Derived as a Result of Recent Combat in Europe. Kruse COL GER 31:95-99 F 
'42 

Artillery in the Defense of Stalingrad. "Essen" (of the Polish Artillery) 34:343-345 JE 
•44 

Artillery Representation on High Level Before and During Combat. C.E. Hart BRIG GEN 38:208- 
213 SE-0 '48 

Artillery With Cavalry, Brief Lessons From the British Campaign in Palestine. Article 
30:477 N-0 '40 

Battle of the Tagbong River. William P. O'Connor LT FA 35:285-300 MY '45 
Bitter Lessons. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:838,839 D *44 
Brassing Off Kraut. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:694-698 0 '44 
The Buildup: In Order to Win, Part IV. David E. Ott MG 43:9-16 JL-AG '75 
Combat Conclusions of a Medium Battalion in Africa. William C. Westmoreland LT COL FA 
33:649,650 SE '43 

Countermortar Operations. Arthur J. Peterson MAJ FA 35:302 MY '45 
Divisional Artillery in the Polish Campaign. Hartmann COL GER 30:15-23 JA-F '40 
Early Luzon Experience. J. Richard Hearn CAPT FA 35:328,329 JE '45 
Editorial Comments - (Flanders (WWII), 1940). Article 31:768 0 '41 
Extracts From the First Army Artillery Information Service (WWII). Charles E. Hunt BRIG 
GEN 40:140-144 MY-JE '50 

The Field Artillery Build Up: 1966 Combat Operations, Part IV. David E. Ott MG 43:46- 
51 SE-0 '75 

The Field Artillery Build Up: 1967 Combat Operations, Part IV. David E. Ott MG 43:29-34 
N-D '75 

The Field Artillery in Vietnam: In Order to Win, Part II. David E. Ott MG 43:39-45 MR-AP 
'75 

The Field Artillery in Vietnam: The Field Artillery Adviser. David E. Ott MG 43:23-29 JA- 
F '75 

Field Artillery Mobility: In Order to Win, Part III. David E. Ott MG 43:15-22 MY-JE '75 
Field Artillery - 1941. Willlston B. Palmer MAJ FA 31:643-645 SE '41 
The Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Part I. Article 38:252-257 N-D '48 
FO Comments From the Beachhead. Dale Van Hyning LT FA 34:402-^04 JL '44 
Forward Observation In Africa. Richard D. Bush LT FA 33:771-775 0 '43 
From Morocco to Berlin, an Armored Artillery Battalion In Action, Part II. Hugh M. Exton 
LT COL FA 38:162,163,188-. 93 JL-AG '48 
Full Use of Field Artillery. John A. Crane MAJ GEN 35:354-358 JE '45 
Headquarters Battery In an Active Theater. W.V. Ledley CAPT FA 34:816,817 0 '44 
Heavy Artillery Observation Requirements. "H.A.A.G." 34:748-749 N '44 
It Must Be Armored. Jean DuPont LT FR 31:821-829 N '41 

Lentinl - 14 July 43, Action of KBNth Field Regiment RA. Article 34:165-167 MR '44 
Lessons From the War, Never Make Assumptions as to the Enemy. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:38- 
46 JA '41 

Let PM's Help You Plan Your Fires. Carl F. Maples LT FA 35:264-267 MY '45 
A Letter to Observers. Ray C. Brewer CAPT FA 34:408-410 JL '44 

Make Your Gunnery Practice Realistic, Part III, Typical Japanese Targets. Article 34:538, 
539 AG '44 

Modem Artillery Tactics. H. Rowan-Roblnson MAJ GEN RA 35:414,415 JL '45 
More on "Bugs and Boners." William D. Kllduff CAPT FA 34:116 F '44 
Mountain Divisions In Blitzkrieg. Article 31:655-660 SE '41 

The 1973 Neareast War. Horst Toepfer COL GER: I: 42:36-43 N-0 '74; II: 43:6-13 JA-F '75; 
III: 43:12-19,45 MR-AP '75 

Occupying a TO Position-Sequence of Events. 6.O.W. Court LT COL RA 34:699-701 0 *44 

Perimeter Defense. Cornells DeW. W. Lang 35:647-650 N '45 

POM Falls Short. Robert F. Cocklln LT COL FA 37:276,277 SE-0 '47 

RisunI of Action of the 18th FA Bn. Article 35:279,281 MY '45 

Russia: February 20 to March IS, 1943. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:370-377 MY '43 
7S't on Guam. Fred R. Travis CPL USMCR 35:233,234 AP *45 
Smashing the Panzers. H. Rowan-Roblnson MAJ GEN RA 33:25-27 JA 43 


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Snapshots. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 33:889,890 D '43 

Some Battle Lessons. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:104-106 F '44 

Tips From Overseas. Articles: I: 34:413-415 JL '44; II: 34:639-641 SE '44 

Troina Addenda. Clift Andrus BRIG GEN 34:163,164 MR '44 

VE Transfers. H.M. Sisson S/SGT FA 34:455,456 JL '44 

War in the Balkans, Conquest of Greece. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:224-233 MR *42 
What Makes an Army an Army. John A. Crane MAJ GEN 34:745-747 N '44 
With Mediums. Frank W. Norris LT COL FA 35:171-176 MR '45 
LETCHER, J.S. 

A Method for Target Survey From Dual OP's. 34:249,250 AP '44 
LEVANT (1 Mar-30 Apr '50) 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 40:130-139 MY-JE '50 
LEVIDOV, ? 

Artillery Counterpreparation. 33:811,812 N '43 
LEVY, DAVID M. 

Occupation of Position by Service Battery. 33:705,706 SE '43 
LEVY, EDMUND H. 

A Strenuous Two Weeks, 345th FA Serves an Active Duty Tour Near Marfa, Texas. 30:129-132 
MR-AP '40 
LEWIS, CHARLES R. 

Luzon Diary. 32:260-262 AP *42 
LEWIS, JOHN E. 1887- 

An Additional Means of Training Artillery. 33:5,6 JA '43 
Remarks on Corps Artillery. 33:282 AP '43 
LEWIS, KIRK. L. 1941- 

Smoke. 43:44,45,51 SE-0 '75 

Support Fire and Maneuver With Smoke. 44:45-49 N-D '76 
LEWIS, STUART 

"Tank Attackers" in Action. 32:348-352 MY '42 
LEWIS, THOMAS E. 1898- 

Marking Artillery Fires. 31:388 JE '41 
LEWIS, VERNON B., JR. 1930- 

BG Vernon Lewis, Jr., Becomes New AC. 42:25 SE-0 '74 
Evolving Field Artillery Tactics and Techniques. 43:44-48 JA-F '75 
LEX. IRWIN A. 

Combat Teams. 32:502-504 JL '42 

Is It Too Late, a Plea for a Return of a Form of the Old Basic Course... 31:986-988 D '41 
LEXINGTON (MISSOURI), U.S. CIVIL WAR, 1861 

The Battle of the Hemp Bales. William W. Barnett Jr. 39:72 MR-AP '49 
LIAISON 

Artillery-Air Forces Cooperation. Article 35:690 N '45 

Artillery Cubs in Mountain Operations, 33d Inf Oiv in Northern Luzon. Ralph MacDonald COL 
FA 35:614-616 0 '45 

Artillery Liaison With the Navy. John R. Crossen LT COL FA 35:461,462 AG '45 
An Artilleryman in a Joint Assault Signal Company. William M. Doolittle CAPT FA 35:463,464 
AG '45 

The Caves of Anzio. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:851-854 D '44 

Command Liaison. Robert M. Ewing LT COL FA 35:691,692 N '45 

Corps Artillery Liaison Officers. Allen J. Smith CAPT FA 35:542-544 SE '45 

FO-LNO Organization. Article 34:345 JE '44 

Leyte Liaison. Charles C. Sheahan LT FA 35:391 JL '45 

Liaison Officer-The One-Armed Paperhanger. Henry P. Walker CAPT FA 37:173,174 MY-JE '47 
Medium Artillery Liaison. W.V. Ledley CAPT FA 34:24 JA '44 
"Woe is the L.O." Eli G. Gifford, Jr. CAPT FA 35:79 F '45 
LIBERTY 

Editorial. 36:388,389 JL '46 
LIBRARIES 

Field Artilleryman's Library. James H. Byrn LTC USAR 44:36-38 MR-AP '76 

Morris Swett (Technical) Library. Letter, Articles: 42:38 MY-JE '74; 43:2 SE-0 '75 

LIBYA 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:596-603 AG '42; 33:12-17 JA '43 
LIBYA (WWII), 1940,41 

Seesaw in Libya. Article 32:208-210 MR '42 


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LIGHTING 

Night-Lighting Equipment in German Artillery. Article 31:583 AG '41 
LINEAGE AND HONORS, FIELD ARTILLERY. See Under INSIGNIA, FIELD ARTILLERY 
LINVILLE, JOHN L. 

Conduct of Fire by Film Strips. 33:140,141 F '43 
Electricity in the Perimeter. 35:234,235 AP '45 
LIU, M.H. 

The Ten Commandments of the Chinese Army. 32:856 N '42 
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM S. 

New Angles on Determination of Direction. 34:576,577 AG '44 
LLOYD, GEORGE 0., JR. 

Grid-Lite Board Designed for the H. CO. in the F.D.C. 33:931 D '43 
LOADING PLAN 

Beware of Dverloads. Article 33:921 D '43 

Killed: 127 Bugs With One Round. Mike Rinehart CAPT FA 33:664,665 SE '43 
LOCKSLEY, N.M.G. 

"Junior Officer's Prayer to Santa Barbara." Poem 31:624 AG '42 
LOCKSLEY, NORMAN 

A Wire I.P. 34:157 MR '44 
LOGISTICS 

Artillery at Bougainville. Feature 35:96,97 F '45 
LONGMORE, MYRON J. 1930- 

A Proposal for User RiD. 42:16-21 SE-0 '74 
LONG-RANGE ARTILLERY 

Items From the Artillery School. Article 37:368,369 N-D '47 
LONG STOP HILL (WWII), 1942 

Close Support in Tunisia. Percy W. Thompson LT COL FA 33:489-491 JL '43 
LOPATIN, C. 

Organization of the German Defense. 33:183-185 MR '43 
LDS NEGROS CAMPAIGN (WWII). 1944 

Artillery Support of Foot Cavalry. Charles E. Brady LT COL CAV 34:537 AG '44 
LOVELL, JOHN R. 1904- 

German Background for Practicing S-2's. 32:852-856 N '42 
LOWE, T.A. 

Something New in Gunnery. 34:256 AP '44 
LOWRY, PAUL R. 

Artillery Reconnaissance Firing. 34:749-751 N '44 
LUBRICATION AND LUBRICANTS 

Color-Lubrication Plan. G.R. Metcalf LT FA 32:804 0 '42 
New Distribution for WDLO's. Article 35:281 MY '45 
Oil Right: Article 35:483 AG '45 

Photo Lubrication Charts. Melvin L. Hart LT FA 33:52D JL *43 
W.D.L.O. (War Dept. Lubrication Orders). Article 34:770 N '44 
LUCAS. EDWARD D.. JR. 1915- 

Use of Range Drums in Medium Tanks. 34:574,575 AG '44 
LUCAS, JOHN P. 1890- 

The 105-mm Howitzer. 31:66-69 F *41 
LUELLIG, PAUL J. JR. 1945- 

Arsenals. 42:50-53,59 MR-AP '74 
LUGINYA, S. 

Artillery Counterpreparation From Intermediate Positions. 34:786,787 N '44 
LUMRY, RAYMOND HARLEY, 19^- 

Shooting Without Factors-A Naval Gunfire Version. 39:57-59 MR-AP '49 
LUND, O.M. 

The Gunner Net. 36:574-576 0 '46 
LUNOBERG, FRED C. 

Improvised Sight for FA Trainer. 32:644 AG *42 
A "Scope" for the Train Board. 32:642 AG '42 
LUZON ISLAND 

The Central Luzon Plain. Conrad H. Lanza COL 35:17B-181 MR '45 
Luzon Diary. Charles R. Lewis CAPT FA 32:260-262 AP '42 
North Luzon. Conrad H. Lanza COL 35:303-308 MY '45 
Southern Luzon. Conrad H. Lanza COL 35:236-243 AP '45 





74 


LUZON (WWII), 1945 

The Cagayan Valley Operation. Archibald M. Rogers MAJ FA 36:99-103 F '46 
LYONS, JAKE G. 

Can Grandma, 75-MM. 1897, Stop 'em. 31:157-160 MR '41 


Ml, AIMING CIRCLE 

Notes On Aiming Circle. Article 31:955 0 '41 
Ml , OBSERVATION TOWER 

Go Climb a Tree. Article 33:652 SE '43 
M2, COMPASS 

Article. 32:392-395 MY '42 
M3, TANK 

New Medium Tank. Article 31:372 JE '41 
M5, TRACTOR 

Artillery Tractors. Article 33:778 0 '43 

Maintenance Problems With Tractor M5. Edmund J. Murphy CAPT FA 34:560,561 AG '44 
M7, MOTOR CARRIAGE 

Traveling Lock for 105-rin Howitzer, Motor Carriage, M7. S.J. Krekeler CAPT FA 36:108 F '46 
M7, TANK 

The Priest Moves in. Miles A. Warren CAPT 33:378,379 MY '43 
MIO, PLOTTING BOARD 

Artillery Uses for the Board. Plotting, MIO. Ernest P. Foley LT COL USMC 37:160-165 
MY-JE '47 

MIO, TANK DESTROYER 

Tank Destroyers at Work, Without the Book. R.L. McNelly LT COL FA 35:396-398 JL '45 
MIO, TRAILER, AMMUNITION 
Article. 33:739 0 '43 
Ml 2, MOTOR CARRIAGE 

Article. 33:458,459 JE '43 
Ml 7, PLOniNG BOARD 

The Laser Rangefinder. Jean Reed MAJ FA 43:31-35 SE-0 '75 
M18, FIELD ARTILLERY GUN DIRECTION COMPUTER- (FADAC) 

Automatic Entry of a Target List. Feature 42:11 JL-AG '74 
New FADAC Program, Notes From the School. Article 42:28,29 JA-F '74 
M31 , FA TRAINER 

Letter. 43:3,4 JL-AG '75 

M31 Trainer. Article 41:40 0-N '73 

Target Those Tanks. Robert H. Sims, Jr., MAJ FA ET ^41:4-7 JL '73 
M48A5, TANK 

M48A5 Becomes a Reality. Article 44:45 JA-F '76 
N54, FUZE 

Time Fire Using Shell Fuzed With Fuze M54 or M55. Article 33:19-24 Ja *43 
M55, FUZE 

Time Fire Using Shell Fuzed With Fuze M54 or M55. Article 33:19-24 JA '43 
M55, LASER DEVICE 

Direct Fire Trainer. Feature 43:48 N-D '75 
M110E2, 8-INCH HOWITZER 

M110E2 (8"How) Testing. Article 42:56 MY-JE '74 
M113A1 , APC 

Modified APC Evalvated as FO Vehicle. Article 44:46,47 JL-AG '76 
M202A1, FLASH 

Article. 44:45 JA-F '76 
M1914M1, RANGE FINDER 

Japanese Range-Finder. Article 33:509 JL '43 

"MC" Prefix Filing Note: Prefixes with "Me" are arranged as if written "Mac." "Meintee" is 
filed after "machine". "MacFarland" is filed before machine. 

McARTHUR, DONALD EUGENE, 1916- 

Shooting Without Factors. 38:204-207 SE-0 '48 


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MacARTHUR, DOUGLAS, 1880-1964 

General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, Feature 37:309 SE-0 '47 
McAULIFFE, ANTHONY CLEMENT, 1898- 

Out of Balance. 36:614,615 N-D '46 
McBANE, ROBERT BENJAMIN, 1918- 

Leadership In the Making. 39:115-117 MY-JE '49 
The Pentagon Makes Sense. 37:30-32 JA-F '47 
McBROOM, JAMES H., JR. 

Radio In Fire Direction. 33:291 AP '43 
McCAULEY, MARY LUDWIG HAYS, 1754-1832 

Molly Pitcher. Article 41:40 JL '73 
McCOLE, J.C. 

"Grasshopper" Survey. 34:115,116 F '44 
McCURDY, B.H. 

Stop-Watch Location of Hostile Batteries and Adjustment of Fire. 34:362,363 JE '44 
McCUTCHEN, GEORGE, 1914- 

Organization of the New Infantry Division. 39:199-201 SE-0 '49 
McDaniel, oavid j. 

Loophole-her Trials and Redemption. 36:208,209 AP '46 
MCDONALD, KENNETH D. 

GSRS: More Than the MRL. 42:12-15 SE-0 '74 
MacDONALD, RALPH 

Artillery Cubs In Mountain Operations, 33d Inf Div In Northern Luzon. 35:614-616 0 '45 
McDOUGAL, WINN B., 1943- 

Aerlal Field Artillery for the Corps. 42:54-59 MR-AP '74 
MCDOWELL, GEORGE C. 

Wagon Wheels. 30:195-203 MY-JE '40 
MACE, RALPH ROBERT, 1904- 

Assembly Line Instruction. 37:168-170 MY-JE '47 
Communication Needs a Face Lifting. 37:218-220 JL-AG '47 
Communication Principles and Procedures. 33:859-864 N '43 
McFarland, Charles n. 1896- 

More on Uses of Liaison Planes. 34:195,196 MR '44 
MACHINE RECORDS UNIT (MRU) 

Answer Machines. William M. Hines, Jr. 36:635-637 N-D '46 
McINTEE, JEROME S. 

More on Being a Safety Officer. 34:310,311 MY '44 
NcKENNA, JOSEPH P. 

Using Off-Scale Charts as Firing Charts. 35:744-746 D '45 
McKINLEY, EDWARD BRIGHAM, 1895- 

The Industrial College of the Armed Forces. 37:105,106 MR-AP '47 
McKINNON, SCOTT A. 

High Angle Fire Plus 6400-Mil Field of Fire. 34:304,305 MY '44 
High Angle With Wide Field-Addenda. 34:368 JE '44 
McLAIN, RAYMOND STALLINGS, 1890- 

Intanglble Factors In Combat. 37:110,111 ,134,135 MR-AP '47 
McMASTER, R.K. 

Bridgman's Bull Battery. 42:21 JL-AG '74 
McNAIR, LESLEY JAMES, 1883-1944 
Article. 33:108 F '43 

Battle Performance of Field Artillery. Letter 33:642 SE '43 
General McNair's Christmas Greeting. Feature 33:882 D '43 
Honor to Lesley J. McNair. Feature 35:386 JL '45 
Lesley J. McNair, May 25, 1883-July 25, 1944. Feature 34:594 SE '44 
Senior Field Artilleryman. Biography 32:898,899 D *42 
McNALLY, JOHN V. 

Airborne Survey. 37:287-289 SE-0 '47 
McNELLY, R.L. 

Tank Destroyers at Work, Without the Book. 35:396-398 JL '45 
NcREYNOLOS, GEORGE B. 1897- 

Notes on Some Random Activities of the Field Artillery Board. 32:505-510 JL *42 
MADAGASCAR 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:184-194 MV-JE '47 


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1 






MAGINOT LINE (WWII), 1940 

Adventure at Jussey. Schwolbe, CPL 31:307-309 MY '41 
Armored Attack South of a . Feature 31:543,544 AG '41 
Article. 30:355 SE-0 '40 

The Field Artillery Journal's Military Commentator Reports on the Breakthrough at Sedan. 
Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:70-78 F '41 

How the Poles Fought in France, Part I. Wlodzimierz Onacewicz COL POL 31:841-847 N '41 
On the Alsace Front, 1940. Jean DuPont LT FR 31:731-735 0 '41 
MAIL, POSTAL 

Not a Member. Francis L. Fugate 39:38 JA-F '49 
MAINTENANCE 

Articles: 32:489 JE '42; 34:438 JL '44; 34:443 JL '44; 34:483 JL '44; 34:726 0 '44; 

34:789 N '44; 35:685 N '45 
C&R Tops. Article 32:489 JE '42 

Headquarters Motors. Samuel C. Myer LT FA 34:378-381 JE '44 
Losses to Careless Maintenance. Levin H. Campbell Jr. MAJ GEN 32:935,936 D '42 
Maintenance Problems With Tractor M5. Edmund J. Murphy CAPT FA 34:560,561 AG '44 
Mobility Versus Maintenance. William L. Hughes LTC FA 44:18-20 MR-AP '76 
Motor Maintenance. Feature 31:323-335 MY '41 
Number One Out, Sir. John J. Pullen LT FA 34:258-262 AP '44 
Soviet Motor Maintenance on Winter Marches. T, Varshauski E/3C USSR 33:183 MR '43 
Stop Starting Trouble. Article 34:817 D '44 
MALAYA 

Malaya. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:521-529 AG '44 
MALIKIN, I. 

Light Artillery in the Pursuit. 34:317 MY '44 
MALMEDY, BELGIUM (WWII), 1945 

The Massacre at Malmedy. Virgil P. Lary Jr. 36:80-82 F '46 
MANAKER, ARNOLD M. 

Engineering Developments in Artillery Technology. 43:39-41 JA-F '75 
MANCHUKUO (WWII), 1945 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA. 35:651-662 N '45; 35:748-756 D 
'45 

MANEUVERS 

Marking Artillery Fires. Thomas E. Lewis MAJ FA 31:388 JE '41 
Muzzle Bursts. Letter 31:60 JA '41 

Vieques-We Were There Too. L.B. Mattingly 1st LT FA 38:116 MY-JE '48 
UNITED STATES-1940 

Black and Blue War. John W. Haines CAPT FA USAR 30:473-477 N-D '40 
General Danford Visits Maneuvers. Article 30:354 SE-0 '40 
Wings for Santa Barbara. William W. Ford MAJ FA 31:232-234 AP '41 
UNITED STATES-1941 

Armored Field Artillery In the Tennessee Maneuvers. Lawrence Collins MAJ FA 31:698,699 
SE '41 

Artillery Fire Marking During Second-Third Maneuvers, September 15 to 30, 1941, by 
Observer. 31:900,901 N '41 
Artillery Fires. Article 32:170,171 F '42 

CoaitMt Teams Against Parachutes. Royal L, Gervals LT COL FA 32:87,88 F '42 
Lessons From the Mar>euver$. Article 31:914-917 D '41 
owtstene Noyride. Garrett Underhill 31:907-913 D '41 

Attar kers’ in Action. Stuart Lewis LT COL FA 32:348-352 MY '42 
t aw. , ' MS 

«•• • >f ^wiila. Nelson H. Randall NAJ FA 35:450-456 AG '45 
• < : tr* » 

..rrad M lame cOL (RH) FA 35:236-243 AP '45 


-• u ‘ ’N-MI A« '42 

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.« * C« AS* M 7M.7M N '44 

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MAPS 


Approach to Foreign Map Reading. Robert B. Rigg LT CAV. 32:774-782 0 '42; 33:243-254 AP 
'43 

Army Map Service. R.A. Wheeler LT GEN 36:621-624 N-D '46 
British Modified Grid. Samuel J. Tobin LT FA 34:636,637 SE '44 
Cloth-Backing Maps in the Field. Article 33:788 0 '43 

Correction of Map Data for the lOS-mm Howitzer. Ulrich G. Gibbons LT FA 32:171,172 F '42 

Engineer Survey With Reference to Artillery. William C. Hall LT COL CE 33:495-497 JL '43 

F.D.C. Expedients in the E.T.O. William R. English CAPT FA 35:350 JE '45 

German Grid System. Samuel J. Tobin LT FA 34:848-850 0 '44 

Grid Lines Too Far Apart. Article 33:690 SE '43 

Home-Made "Road Runner." T.H. Marshall LT FA USAR 30:221 MY-JE '40 

An Important Test. Thomas North LT COL FA 31:751-753 0 '41 

Key to a Better Understanding of Maps. William H. Gill 36:92-95 F '46 

The Lieutenant Who Licked the Subs. Jerome Kearful 38:286 N-D '48 

Maps and Protractors. Article 33:30 JA '43 

Maps From an Artilleryman's Viewpoint. Thomas North MAJ FA 31:20-30 JA '41 
On Tying Oneself to the Ground. S.E. Vaughn CAPT FA 30:279-281 JL-AG '40 
A Plea for Simplification. M.L. Curry LT COL USMC 34:689 0 '44 
Point-Designation Grid for Forward Observers. Article 32:66 JA '42 
Road Measurements With Tracing Paper. Joseph C. Hazen, Jr. MAJ FA 35:105 F '45 
Use of the British Grid. Article 33:56 JA '43 
Victor Grid. Neil D. Cox MAJ FA 33:890 D '43 
MAPS, MILITARY-RESTITUTION 

Restitution With Parallel Rule. Alexander S. Bennet LT COL FA 35:540-542 SE '45 
MARAS, M.C. 

Personnel Sections. 32:942,943 D '42 
MARCHES 

Extended Order. Article 31:626 AG '42 

Wagon Wheels. George C. McDowell LT FA 30-.195-203 MY-JE '40 
MARCHES, ARTILLERY 

Strategical March of the Light Artillery Battalion. John J. Burns LT COL FA 32:21-27 Ja '42 
MARCHING 

Quickie Training in Military Drill. Charles W. Clark, Jr. CAPT AC 32:957,958 D '42 
MARETH LINE (WWII), 1943 

Let Well Enough Alone. Harold G. Miller LT FA 33:518,519 JL '43 
Some Tunisian Details. Clarence C. Benson COL CAV 34:2-7 JA '44 
MARKING OF FIRES. See GUNNERY-FIRE MARKING 
MARLBOROUGH, DUKE OF, See CHURCHILL, JOHN, FIRST DUKE, 1650-1722 
MARR, HAROLD E., JR., 1915- 

Notes From FA-CMG, When Do I Go to School? 39:67 MR-AP '49 
MARSHALL, GEORGE CATLETT, 1880-1959 

Extracts From Secretary Marshall's Radio Address to the American People on 28 April 1947. 
Feature 37:185 MY-JE '47 
MARSHALL PLAN 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 37:315-324 SE-0 '47; 37:371-378 
N-D '47; 38:38-47 JA-F '48 
MARSHALL, SAMUEL LYMAN ATWOOD, 1900-1977 
111th FA Bn on D-Day. 35:13-15 JA '45 
MARSHALL, T.H. 

Home-Made "Road Runner." 30:221 MY-JE '40 
MARSTON, OLIVER F. 1895- 

The Camp Roberts Replacement Center. 31:178,179 MR '41 
Driver's Test. 32:318-320 AP '42 
Fast Moving Targets. 30:264-267 JL-AG '40 
The Rains Might Not Come. 30:24,25 JA-F '40 
Two Replacement Centers, Camp Roberts, CA, I. 31:373-378 JE '41 
MARTIN, ORVILLE W. 1897- 

Armored Artillery at Sened Station. 33:569-572 AG '43 
MARTIN, WILLIAM N. 

Deflection-Bracketing-A Simplified Method. 38:19-21 JA-F '48 
MASON, MELVIN E. 

Intra-Battery Communication in an Armored Field Artillery Battery. 33:914 0 '43 


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MASSACRES 

The Massacre at Malmedy. Virgil P. Lary, Jr. 1st LT FA 36:80-82 F '46 
More on the Massacre at Malmedy. Kenneth C. Parker 36:283 MY '46 
MASSED FIRES. See FIRE POWER 
MASSING OF FIRE. See FIRE POWER 

MASSTER (MODERN ARMY SELECTED SYSTEMS TEST EVALUATION AND REVIEW) 

A Case for Land Navigation Systems. Thomas J. Welch PhD 43:7-10 SE-0 '75 
Cobra Firing Systems Tested at MASSTER. Feature 42:31 JL-AG '74 
MASSTER and the Field Artilleryman. Howard L. Buchly MAJ FA 43:49-51 JL-AG '75 
MATHEMATICS 

An Unusual Method of Multiplication. Article 34:689 0 '44 
MATHEWS. HARRY J.. JR. 

A Communications Headache in the Brest Campaign. 35:140,141 MR '45 
MAHINGLY, LEROY BAITY, 1922- 

Vieques-We Were There Too. 38:116 MY-JE '48 
MAUREY, EUGENE, JR. 

Close Support at Kaltenhouse 35:205-207 AP '45 
Sound Locations. 35:73,74 F '45 
MAYER. HERBERT B. 

"Play the Game, Mr. King," a Hitherto Untold Story of the Hero of Bataan. 34:218,219 AP 
'44 

MEACHEM, P.C. 

A New Fighting Team. 34:778-780 N '44 
MEANS. DALE EUGENE. 1909- 

Midnight Oil for Redleg Lamps. 40:52-54,77,78 MR-AP '50 
Moving Targets on Sunken Track Ranges. 31:568-570 AG '41 
MECHANICS 

Drivers' and Mechanics' Award. Article 34:536 AG '44 
MEDICAL CORPS 

What's Up Doc. Clarke M. Brandt LTC MSC 41:8.9 JL '73 
MEDITERRANEAN AREA 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:616-623 AG '43 
MEHMET II, SULTAN, 1430-1481 

Sultan Mehmet the Conquerer. Burt A. Vanderclute II CPT FA 42:39-41 MY-JE '74 
MEISELS, MILTON M. 

Night Ride Through Krautland With Artillery Pointing the Way. 36:276-278 MY '46 
Redlegs Ride Tanks. 36:625,626 N-O '46 
MELLON. FRANK C. 

Miniature Service-Practice Range. 33:137-139 F '43 
MELOY, GUY S., JR. 1903- 

Employment of Tank Destroyer Units. 33:109-111 F '43 
MELTON. EDWARD R. 

Extending Accurate Observation, Obsn Bn Term for "Target Locating." 34:709,710 0 '44 
MENSHIKOV, G. 

Artillery-in Street Fighting. 36:471,472 AG '46 
MERRIAM, JOHN H. 

Artillery's Part in the Bastogne Break-in. 35:407 JL '45 
MERRIAM, WHEELER GODFREY, 1911- 

The Ground General School. 37:93,94 MR-AP '47 
MERRITT, DONALD G. 

Seeing is Believing. 33:668,669 SE '43 
MESSER. JEAN F. 

Substitute Parts. 33:759 0 '43 
METCALF, GEORGE R. 

Color-Lubrication Plan. 32:804 0 '42 
Picture Critique. 33:266,267 AP '43 
Effect of Fire. 35:155 MR '45 
METEOROLOGY, MILITARY 

Meteorological Observation Training Leaves Sill. Article 44:18 SE-0 '76 
METZGER, EDWARD H. 1897- 

Artillery Support of an Armored Division. 31:818-820 N '41 


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METZGER, SHIRLEY B,, JR. 

Trends in Field Artillery Organization and Equipment: 35:10 JA '45; 35:95 F '45; 

'45; 35:235 AP '45; 35:308 MY '45; 35:325 JE :45; 35:412 JL '45; 35:480 AG '45; 

SE '45 

METZNER, EDWARD P. 

A Success Story, ILC. 44:53,54 JL-AG '76 
MEXICAN WAR, 1848. See WARS-U.S. -MEXICAN WAR, 1848 
MEXICO 

Vacation in Mexico. Thomas L. Crystal, Jr. CAPT FA: I: 31:494-503 JL '41; II: 

611 AG '42 

ARMY-ORGANIZATION 

Mllltar Mexico. Article 31:224,225 AP '41 
MEYER, VINCENT, 1889- 

Leadership. 32:423,424 JE '42 
MG2 TRACTOR 

From the Chief's Office. Article 31:336 MY '41 
MICHIE, ALLAN A. 

Dunkirk in the Mediterranean. 33:170-172 MR '43 
MIDDLE EAST 

Palestine at the Cross Roads. Riley F. Ennis LT COL GSC 32:234-239 MR '42 
Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 32:447-449 JE '42; 36:163-172 MR 
'46; 36:297-304 MY '46; 36:365-372 JE '46; 36:430-436 JL '46; 36:475-482 AG '46; 36:652- 
659 N-D '46; 37:44-52 JA-F '47; 37:124-133 MR-AP '47; 37:184-194 MY-JE '47; 37:253-261 
JL-AG '47; 37:315-324 SE-0 '47; 38:38-47 JA-F '48; 38:86-95 MR-AP '48; 38:178-187 JL-AG 
'48 

MIKKELSEN, HARRY E. 1911- 

Subcaliber at USMA. 32:643,644 AG '42 
MILITARY ACADEMY. See U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY 
MILITARY ADMINISTRATION 

A Line Officer's Dream. Robert A. Ellsworth MAJ FA 41:528-530 JL '41 
Personnel Sections. M.C. Maras LT FA 32:942,943 D '42 
MILITARY ATTACHE 

Duty as Military Attache. Lowell M. Riley MAJ GSC 30:364-366 SE-0 '40 
Value of an Attach^. Article 30:366 SE-0 '40 
MILITARY BOARDS. See BOARDS OF OFFICERS 
THE MILITARY COLLECTOR AND HISTORIAN (PERIODICAL) 

Military Historians. Letter 42:63 N-D '74 
MILITARY CORRESPONDENCE 

Canned Language. Article 41:493 JL '41 
MILITARY DISCIPLINE 

The American Soldier at Home and Abroad. Edmund T. Delaney LT 32:355-357 MY '42 
What Makes an Army. Lowell M. Riley LT COL FA 31:296-298 MY '41 
MILITARY DOCTRINE 

Article. 33:673 SE '43 

Current British Doctrine. Article 32:762,763 0 '42 
Full Use of Field Artillery. John A. Crane MAJ GEN 35:354-358 JE '45 
Intangible Factors In Combat. Raymond S. McLain LT GEN 37:110,111,134,135 MR-AP '47 
Notes on U.S. Military Policy. Hoffman Nickerson 37:226-229 JL-AG '47 
Red-Legged Doughboys. Henry P. Walker CAPT FA 38:117-119 MY-JE '48 
MILITARY EDUCATION 

The Armed Forces Staff College. Paul Weyrauch COL FA 37:102,104 MR-AP '47 

Army Ground Forces Potential Leaders Schools. Feature 37:378 N-D '47 

The Artillery School. Thomas E. deShazo COL FA 37:95-98 MR-AP '47 

The Command and Staff College. Article 37:99-101 MR-AP '47 

The Ground General School. Wheeler G. Merriam LT COL CAV 37:93,94 MR-AP '47 

The Industrial College of the Armed Forces. E.B. McKinley BRIG GEN 37:105,106 MR-AP '47 

The National War College. Richard J. Werner COL INF 37:108 MR-AP '47 

Notes From FA-CMG. Article 38:124 MY-JE '48 

Notes From FA-CMG, When Do I Go To School? Harold E. Marr, Jr. LT COL FA 39:67 MR-AP '49 
Post-War School System for Army Officers. Article 36:347 JE '46 

Speech Instruction at West Point. William J. Thompson COL FA 39:106,107 MY-JE '49 i 

The Wartime Information and Education Program. I. Heymont MAJ INF 38:268-270 N-D '48 . 


35:160 MR 
35:565 


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MILITARY GOVERNMENT 

Germany, Two Years After V-E Day. Wilbur S. Nye COL FA 37:154-159 MY-JE '47 
MILITARY INSTRUCTION 

Assembly Line Instruction. Ralph R. Mace COL FA 37:168-170 MY-JE '47 
Attention, Instructors. Article 33:583 A6 '43 
Check List on Methods. Feature 32:662 SE '42 

Hints for Officer Instructors. A.E. Bagwell Purefoy LT COL GB 32:658-661 SE '42 
Instructional Procedure in the German Army. Melvin C. Heifers CAPT INF 32:663-665 SE '42 
The Lecture. S.W.M. Whitehead LT COL 33:670-672 SE '43 
Seeing is Believing. Donald 6. Merritt LT FA 33:668,669 SE '43 
Thawing Your Class. W.P. Woodruff MAJ FA 34:65-67 JA '44 
The USAFAS Evaluator. Article 44:20,21 SE-0 '76 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE 

Lesson in Military Intelligence. Feature 31:584-588 AG '41 
MILITARY LEADERSHIP 

Army Ground Forces Potential Leaders Schools. Feature 37:378 N-D '47 
Generals in Action. Stephen Vincent Benet 33:68,69 '43 
Is "Tough" Instruction Enough? William D. Kilduff LT FA 32:323,324 AP *42 
Leadership in the Making. Robert B. McBane MAJ 39:115-117 MY-JE '49 
Troops in Training and Combat. Michael J. Fibich COL FA 34:161,162 MR '44 
MILITARY LIFE 

Button Your Lip. Francis L. Fugate 39:114 MY-JE *49 

The Cherished Tale of the Tank and the Ox. Feature 43:20,21 MR-AP '75 

Circumstantial Evidence. Francis L. Fugate 39:215 SE-0 '49 

Downhill. Feature 42:42 MY-JE '74 

An Essay, Remembering. Feature 43:61 MY-JE '75 

Military Precepts. Article 31:60 JA '41 

Notes for Fledgling Swanners. T2 42:42,43,62 MR-AP '74 

Notes for Young Intelligence Officers (Internal Security Operations). T2 42:58,59 JL-AG 
'74 

The Old Striker, a Character Study From "The Old Anny" of Two Years Ago. Robert Falconer 
CAPT FA 31:704-706 SE '41 

One Car, Ford, Touring, Model T. Completely Unauthorized. R.E. Anderson COL CE 37:214-216 
JL-AG '47 

The Pass. T.E. Bussey 38:225,226 SE-0 '48 

The Simple Life. E.A. Raymond CAPT FA 33:498,499 JL '43 

Through the Mill. John Hughes LT FA: 1: 32:425-429 JE '42; II: 32:557-560 JL '42; 

III: 32:636-639 AG '42; IV: 32:695-698 SE '42; V: 32:788-791 0 '42; VI: 32:876-880 
N '42 

What's Sauce for the Goose? Corwin Robbie 31:59 JA '41 
MILITARY OBJECTIVE 

Article. 32:422 JE '42 
MILITARY OPERATIONS 

Operations Into Cambodia: Part VI, (Cont): Vietnamization. Oavid E. Ott LTG 44:13-18 N-D 
'76 

MILITARY POEMS 

Confession and Prayer for Pardon to St. Barbara by a World War Artilleryman." Fairfax D. 
Downey MAJ FA 31:78 F '41 

"The Duck-Billed Platypus." Arnold W. Shutter LT COL FA 30:383 SE-0 '42 
"F.A.S." Rae Barkalow 31:177 MR '41 

"Field Artillery Guns." Fairfax D. Downey MAJ FA 32:838 N '42 
"The Firing of Baliemez." Fairfax D. Downey MAJ FA 31:113 F '42 
"The Guns of Bragg." Fairfax D. Downey MAJ FA 31:686 SE '41 
"The Instructor's Lament." by S.L.N. 36:498 SE '46 

"Junior Officer's Prayer to Santa Barbara." N.M.G. Locksley LT 31:624 AG '42 

"M-1." George R. Else SGT 33:802 N '42 

"Military Love Letter." Fairfax Downey MAJ FA 33:11 JA ‘43 

"Multitude of Medals." Fairfax Downey 37:367 N-D '47 

"Ode to the Grasshopper." Edward E. Baker S/SGT FA 34:480 JL '44 

"Orders." 30:191 MY-JE '40 

"Over Hill." Fairfax D. Downey MAJ FA 41:485 JL '41 
"Read, Mark, Learn." G.D.W. Court LT COL MC 34:164 MR '44 
"A Reverie of Patroitism." William M. Hearn 38:47 JA-F *48 


"St. Barbara." Fairfax Downey MAJ FA 32:635 A6 '42 
"There's Many a Man Been Murdered In Luzon." 32:828 N ‘42 
"To a Fallen Artilleryman," By D.S.S. 34:701 0 '44 
MILITARY PREPAREDNESS 

Luzon Diary. Charles R. Lewis CAPT FA 32:260-262 AP '42 
Oahu on the Eve of Attack. Robert A. Ellsworth MAJ FA 32:366-373 MY '42 
MILITARY REORGANIZATIONS 

This War Department Reorganization. Article 32:376,377 MY '42 
MILITARY REVIEW (PERIODICAL) 

ArticTi;: 33:241 AP '43 
MILITARY REVIEW OF 1949 

Perimeters in Paragraphs: Review of 1949. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 40:32-41 JA-F '50 
Local Security of a Battalion Position. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 33:647 SE '43 
Security in the FA Battalion. S.L. Nichols LT COL FA 40:125,126 MY-JE '50 
To All Units. Feature 34:572 AG '44 
MILITARY SONGS 

The Caissons Go Rolling Along." Edmund L. Gruber BRIG GEN: 32:455 JE '42; 33:120,121 F '43 
"The Field Artillery." 41:49,50 JL '73 

"Field Artillery Song" (1936 Revision). Fairfax Downey 37:290 SE-0 '47 
"Field Artillery Song" (South Pacific Style). Article 34:837 D '44 
"Guadalcanal Chantey." Lincoln Stoddard CAPT 33:681 SE '43 
"Keep Them Rolling." Gerald E. Griffin COL 33:441 JE '43 
"The Mountain Battery." Gerald E. Griffin COL 33:280,281 AP *43 

"938th Field Artillery Battalion March." Melville B. Coburn LT COL FA 33:840,841 N *43 

"O'Reilly's Gone to Hell." Gerald E. Griffin COL 33:361 MY '43 

"The Red Guidon." Gerald Griffin COL 33:200,201 MR '43 

"Seventy-Sixth Field Artillery Song." Edith H. Ward 33:521 JL '43 

"Sixth Field Artillery Song." Article 33:600,601 AG '43 

Soldiers Like to Sing, "Field Artillery Guns," "Caissons Go Rolling Along." Fairfax 
Downey LT COL FA 36:351-354 JE '46 

"Song of the Eighty-Second." John M. Jenkins, Jr. COL FA 33:761 0 '43 
"Song of the Second," "The Sign Boards of Panama." Charles R. Gildart MAJ FA 30:330-335 
SE-0 '40 

"U.S. Artillery Song," (Chinese) "Caissons Go Rolling Along." Article 33:440 JE '43 
MILITARY SYMBOLS 

Military Symbols, Armored Force. Article 33:541 JL '43 
MILITARY TRAINING 

Army Ground Forces Reorganized. Feature 36:157 JL-AG '46 
The Artillery School Enlisted Courses. Article 40:75-76 MR-AP '50 
Assembly Line Instruction. Ralph R. Mace COL FA 37:166-170 MY-JE '47 
Basic Directions in the Training of Artillery and Missilemen. G. Peredl'skii Marshall of 
Army USSR 42:6-11 N-D '74 
Believing Isn't Enough. Editorial 36:578 0 '46 
Canadian Militia Training Centres. E.T. Burch 31:86,87 F '42 
Candidate to Officer. Wilbur S. Jones MAJ FA 32:900-902 D '42 
Challenge the Commander Too. William L. Shea COL FA 42:20,21 MY-JE '74 
Details With the National Guard. R.C. Williams, Jr LT COL INF 36:173,174 JL-AG '48 
Exercise 'Tarheel.' Harry H. Pritchett CAPT GSC 39:151,152 JL-AG '49 
Field Artillery AIT Today. Jerrold S. Ferraro CPT FA 42:15-17 MY-JE '74 
Field Day for Rookies. Temple H. Fielding CAPT FA 33:48,49 JA '43 
Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 44:11 MR-AP '76 
Have Gunner Will Travel. David N. Compton 2LT 41:34-36 JL '73 
Headquarters Battery in an Active Theater. W.V. Ledley CAPT FA 34:816,817 D '44 
How About Some Real Peacetime Training? Lloyd E. Jones, Jr. CAPT FA 36:2-3 JA '46 
How We Trained for D-Day. Bruce Bliven, Jr. LT FA 35:11-13 JA '45 
Midnight Oil for Redleg Lamps. Dale E. Means LT COL FA ET AL 40:52-54,77,78 MR-AP '50 
Pass the Ammunition. Editorial 37:4,5 JA-F '47 

The Principle of Universal Military Training, Part I: Integral Part of America's Original 
Military Policy. W.A. Graham COL (RET) JAG 36:143-146 MR '46 I 

The Principle of Universal Military Training, Part II: The Volunteer System Inadequate 
and Undemocratic. W.A. Graham COL (RET) JAG 36:242-245 AP '46 
Red Baron 100. Feature 42:48 MY-JE '74 

Red-Legged Doughboys. Henry P. Walker CAPT FA 38:117-119 MY-JE '48 





i 

Seek and Ye Shall Find. Paul Roberts LT FA 33:540.541 JL '43 

Some Observations on Training of CMTC. George L. Hart, Jr. CAPT FA USAR 30:395-397 SE-0 '42 

Some Statements About UMT. James Forrestal 38:15-17 JA-F '48 

Something We Should Know. R.C. Williams JR LT COL INF 38:119-121 MY-JE '48 

A Success Story, ILC. Edward P. Metzner COL FA 44:53,54 JL-AG '76 

TEC (Training Extension Course) is Here. Orville B. Smidt CPT SC ET AL 43:30-33,38 JA-F 

'75 

There is a Difference in Outfits. Edward A. Jabbour CAPT MI 40:126,127 MY-JE '50 
3d Infantry Division. Letter 43:3 N-D '75 
13E20 Training. Feature 42:23 N-D '74 

Toward a More Congenial Training Environment. Frank A. Partlow, Jr. LTC FA 44:13-16 
MY-JE '76 

Training the Trainer. William L. Hauser COL 42:19-21 JA-F '74 

Troops in Training and Combat. Michael J. Fibich COL FA 34:161,162 MR '44 

UMT Experiemental Unit. William N. Jayme SGT 37:27-29 JA-F '47 

The Unexpected Always Happens, II. David S. Larr LT COL GSC 32:480-483 JE '42 

The Unit's the Thing. Orlando Ward HAJ GEN 37:148,149 MY-JE '47 

Universal Military Training. Article 36:579-581 0 '46 

Weapons Instruction at the Tank Destroyer School. R.S. Van Duzer CAPT FA 33:206,207 MR '43 
The World Situation and the Preservation of Peace. Editorial 37:212,213 JL-AG '47 
MILITARY-CIVIL RELATIONS 

Toward a New Theoretical Model for the Civilian Control of the Military. Terry A. Girdon 
CPT FA 42:25-27 MR-AP '74 
MILLER. HAROLD G. 

Let Well Enough Alone. 33:518.519 JL '43 
Self-Help. 33:50-55 JA '43 
MILLER, LESTER L., JR. 1930- 
Letter. 44:5,6 N-D '76 
MILLER, PAUL L. 

Artillery Reconnaissance (ARTY/R). 35:261,262 MY *45 
MILLICAN. R.W. 

Direct Support. 35:199-202 AP '45 
MILLICE, WILLARD F. 1901- 

Hints for Motor-Convoy Operation. 30:204,205 MY-JE '40 
If Ordered to the Armored Force. 33:341 MY '43 
MILTONBERGER. BUTLER B. 

The New National Guard. 37:166,167 MY-JE '47 
MINDANAO 

Mindanao. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:809-812 D '44 
MINE SWEEPER 

Mine Sweeper, Land Style. Article 34:685 0 '44 
MINEFIELDS 

Enemy Minefields Under Attack. Article 44:55,56 N-D '76 
New Methods to Clear Minefields. Article 44:52 MY-JE '76 

MINES 

Antitank Mines-Some Oon'ts. G.D.W. Court LT COL MC 34:149 MR '44 
Frisbee Flinger. Article 44:33 MR-AP '76 
MINIATURE RANGES. See RANGES. MINIATURE 
MISSILE TYPE-CHAPARRAL 

Chaparral Air Defense Tests. Article 44:59,60 SE-0 '76 
HONEST JOHN 

Honest John Firings. 42:12,13 MR-AP '74 
LANCE 

Lance. Jim Rabon MAJ 42:8-10 MR-AP '74 

Lance ASP in Crete. John A. Raymond LTC FA 44:55,56 JL-AG '76 
Lance Testing in the European Environment. Justin LaPorte LTC FA 44:44,45 JL-AG '76 
The "Proud Americans" Claim Lance First. Feature 42:62 N-D '74 
Recycling. George A. Harmer CPT FA 43:37,38 MR-AP '75 
The Time Has Come. Wilson A. Shoffner LTC FA 44:46-53 JA-F '76 
PERSHING 

56th Field Artillery Brigade, Pershing in Europe. Alan C. Jacobson SP5 42:24,25 MY-JE '74 
New Pershing Systems Tested. Feature 42:21 N-D '74 
Pershing Operational Tests. Feature 43:58,59 N-D '75 


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PERSHING 11 

Pershing II Development. Feature 43:59 N-0 '75 
ROLAND 

Roland Connects at White Sands. Article 44:33,34 MR-AP *76 
ROLAND II 

Roland II. Article 44:24 JL-A6 '76 
SAM-D 

SAM-D. Feature 43:23.24 N-D '75 
SAH>0 Renamed "Patriot." Article 44:60 SE-0 '76 
SERGEANT 

Special From Crete. Feature 43:58,59 SE-0 '75 
MISSILES 

You're In Good Hands With FAMSEG (FA Missile Systems Evaluation Group). Richard M. Stroud 
MAJ FA 43:38,39 MY-JE '75 
GERMNY 

The First Field Artillery Guided Missile System. Benjamin D. King CPT FA 44:57-60 JL-AG '76 
"MISTER" FIELD ARTILLERY" ' 

An Interview With Mr. Field Artillery. Tom Drahelm SP5 42:32-38 SE-0 '74 
MOBILITY 

Armor and Mobility. Hayden A. Sears COL CAV 37:300-302 SE-O '47 

Field Artillery Mobility: In Order to Win, Part III. David E. Ott MG 43:15-22 MV-JC '75 
MOBILIZATION 

Can We Arm? William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 30:163-165 MY-JE '40 
Field Artillery Replacement Centers. Edwin P. Parker, Jr. LT COL FA 31:83-86 F '42 
A Mobilization Training Program, Production-Line Meth^ of Produclag Trained Field 
Artillerymen In Four Months. Robert A. Ellsworth CAPT FA 31:88-94 F *42 
POM Falls Short. Robert F. Cocklln LT COL FA 37:276.277 SE-0 '47 
They Start to Roll. Edwin P. Parker LT COL FA 31:273-276 MY '41 
MOCK-UPS 

Article. 33:706 SE '43 
BMP Buggy. Feature 43:60 SE-0 *75 

Here's a New Terrain Board. Joseph H. Harrison LT COL FA 38:271-273 N-D '48 
Material Lateral Firing Easy for pinners. Karl F. Hausauer MAJ FA 31:243,244 AP '41 
Realistic Intelligence Training. Feature 43:34-35 JU-AG '75 
School Builds 14.5 Range. Feature 43:25,26 SE-0 '75 

Tanks at Fort Sill, German Models, Japanese Silhouettes. Article 33:196,197 MR '43 
MODEL NUMBERS. See E.G., UNDER "M5. TRACTOR" 

MODELS 

Models Created for War Gaming. Article 44:24 JL-AG '76 
These Childish Things. Francis Chase, Jr. 36:414-419 JL '46 
MODERN ARMY SELECTED SYSTEMS TEST EVALUATION AND REVIEW. See MASSTER. 

MOEHLMAN, ARTHUR HENRY 

The Caucasian Isthmus, Land Bridge from Europe to Asia. 32:783-7B7 0 '42 
HOLLEY PITCHER. See McCAULEY, MRY LUDWIG HAYS 
•MOLOTOV" COCKTAIL 

Article. 31:162 MR '41 i 32:39 JA '42 
Molotov Cocktail. John C. Hooker CAPT FA 31:216,217 AP '41 
MONACO. FRANCIS J. 1948- 

APPS-1. 43:20-22 JA-F '75 
MONMOUTH, AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 1778 

Artillery and the Battle of Monmouth. J.B.B. Trussell, Jr MAJ CAC 39:221-224 SE-0 '49 
MONROE, MELVIN C. 

Using the G.I. Bufflao to Lay N-110. 34:601,602 SE '44 
MONUMENTS, SIMPSON GUN DISPLAY. FORT SILL, OKLAHOMA 

Morris S. Simpson. Robert M. Danford MAJ GEN 34:765-767 N '44 
MONZANl, JOHN T. 

A Tank Company In Support of a Field Artillery Battalion. 35:103,104 F '45 
MOORE. CLIFFORD R. 

Flash Base Observation. 34:192,193 MR *44 « 

MOORE, DAN TYLER, 1877-1941 

Dan Tyler Moore, Captain. Article 35:600 0 '45 
Obituary. 31:918 0 '41 

MOORE, VERNON 0. , . ^ 

The 1939 Knox Trophy Winner. Walter 0. Webb, Jr. CAPT FA 30:46,47 JA-F 40 


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MOOREHEAO, DWIGHT E. 

Training AA Gunners. 33:421-423 JE '43 
MORALE 

Article. 31:309 MY *41 

Factors In Good Morale. Benjmln Suchoff COT S6T FA ROTC 32:646.647 AG '42 
Heavy Is Our Responsibility. Marshall Andrews 36:68.69 F '46 
MORONY. T.L. 

Artillery Support In the Yoai Kippur War. 43:40-43 SE-0 '75 
MORROW. NORMAN P.. 1890- 

Employment of Artillery In Italy. 34:499-505 AG '44 
S.O.P. 34:36 JA '44 
MORTARS 

Countermortar. Robert C. Glldart 34:841-847 0 '44 
Countermortar Radar. Leonard M. Oman LT COL CAC 37:88-91 MR-AP '47 
Operation Countermortar. Paul E. Pigue MAJ CAC 39:250-252 N-0 '49 
What Is Economy in Killing? Paul 0. Phillips LT COL FA 40:14-18 JA-F '50 
MORTARS Note: This weapon has a short range {to the howitzer), low muzzle velocity, a very high 
trajectory, and Is between ten and twenty calibers In tube length. The largest were the 
914-^ "Little David." and the 13-Inch “Dictator." 

MOSCOW CONFERENCE. 1947 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:184-194 MY i '47 
MOSELEY, EVANS T. 

Field Artillery Chaplains. 34:55.56 JA '44 
MOTIVATION 

The Journal Interviews COL William L. Hauser. Feature 43:23-28 MR-AP '75 
MOTOR OFFICER 

A Itotor Officer's Guide. Herman J. Crigger 35:368-374 JE '45 
MOTOR TRUCKS-UINGHCS 

Artillery Helps Itself. Article 31:164-166 MR '41 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

Headquarters itotors. Samuel C. Myer LT FA 34:378-381 JE '44 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

The Mighty Jeep. Article 34:366 JE '44 

Mator Vehicle Identification. John N. Hauser COL FA 31:776-778 0 '41 
New Field Artillery TransporUtlon. Alan L. Campbell MAJ FA 30:91-96 MR-AP '40 
MOUNTAIN artillery 

Artillery In Mountain Warfare. Article 32:106-114 F '42 
Mountain Divisions In Blitzkrieg. Article 31:655-660 SE '41 
Itountain Guns In Today's Mar. Charles Taquey LT FR 32:89-101 F '42 
War In the French Alps, a Phase of the 1940 Campaign Concerning Which Nothing Has Been 
Published In this country. Charles Taquey LT FR 32:31-33 JA '42 
MOUNTAIN TRAINING 

On Rappel. Feature 42:31 JA-F '74 
MOUNTAIN UARFARf 

Artillery In Mountain Warfare. Article 32:108-114 F '42 
Feature. Charles D. Griffiths LT COL 30:322-329 SE-0 '40 
Mountain Guns In Today's Mar. Charles Taquey LT FR 32:89-101 F *42 
War In the French Alps, a Phase of the 1940 Campaign Concerning Which Nothing Has Been 
Published In this Country. Charles Taquey LT FR 32:31-33 JA *42 
MOUNTS. GUN 

Article. 33:599 AG '43 

B.V.O. Machine Gun Mount. Byron R. Rampton CAPT FA 33:666,667 SE '43 
The Dol-Luc Improvised Mount. Bertrand A. Griffith CAPT FA 32:645 AG '42 
More on the Dol-Luc Mount. Article 32:681 SE '42 

.30-Ca1. Mount for Ml 155 Gun. Charles P. George BRIG GEN 33:678,679 SE '43 
MOVEMENT OF ARTILLERY (BY-HAND). See ARTILLERY MOVING 
MOVING-PICTURES 

Walter Huston and "Keep 'em Rolling." H.W. Blakeley WJ GEN (RET) 40:114-116 MY-JE '50 
MOVING TARGETS 

Testing At Fort Slll-Helbat. Jean Reed MAJ FA 42:6-13 MY-JE '74 
MUHLENFELO. WILLIAM F. 

"There Is a Fatal Flaw to be Sure." 44:17-19 JL-A6 '76 
MULE ARTILLERY 

Mule Artillery. Letter 41:49 0-N '73; 42:5,63 JA-F '74 


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MULE ARTILLERY. See Also PACK ARTILLERY 
MULES 

Feature. 36:386 JL '46 

Remount (Pack Mule) Training Schedule (21-Day Working Quarantine Period). J 
CAPT FA 34:108-110 F '44 
MUNOZ (UWIl), 1945 

Howitzer Firing, with Kentucky Windage. Raymond Carlson CPL FA 35:609-613 0 
MUNTHE-KAAS, 0. 

Northern Norway's Battle. 34:472-480 JL '44 
MURDOCK, J.M. 

Open -Country Survey. 33:330,331 MY '43 
MURLANO, J.R. 

Dawn of a New Artillery Era. 35:437 JL '45 
MURPHY, EDMUND C. 

Something New Has Been Added. 37:354 N-D '47 
MURPHY, EDMUND J. 

Maintenance Problems With Tractor M5. 34:560,561 AG '44 
MURRAY, MAXWELL, 1885-1948 

Biography. Obituary 38:123 SE-0 '48 
MUSEUMS 

The Field Artillery School Museum. Feature 36:627 N-O '46 
MUZZLE BRAKE. See GUNS-HUZZLE BRAKES 
NYER, ALBERT JAMES. 1829-1880 

They Called Him a Flag-Flopper. Emmett E. Robinson 39:78-80 MR-AP '49 
MYER. SAMUEL C. 

Headquarters Motors. 34:378-381 JE '44 

The Safety Officer. 34:117-119 F '44 

"Varsity's" Organic Artillery. 35:673-676 N '45 
MYERS, PHILLIP E. 

The Duke of Marlborough. 41:28-32 0-N '73 



KAOISOV, GEORGI 

Mass Employment of Artillery. 35:93,94 F '45 
MAGA1EV-MALTSEV.7 

Tactics of Soviet Antitank Riflemen. 33:585-586 AG '43 
NAPOLEON I, BONAPARTE 1769-1821 

The Last Campaign of Napoleon. Jerry T. Carr CPT 42:39-45 SE-0 '74 
NAPOLEON'S HUNDRED DAYS. 1815 

The Last Campaign of Napoleon. Jerry T. Carr CPT FA 42:39-45 SE-O '74 
NARVELL, FRANK C. 

Time Bracket. 33:229 MR '43 
NATIONAL GUARD. See U.S. -NATIONAL GUARD 
NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE. SPRINGFIELD. VA. 

Letter. Lester L. Miller Jr. 44:5,6 N-D *76 
NATIONAL WAR COLLEGE. WASH., D.C. 

The National War College. Richard J. Werner COL INF 37:108 MR-AP '47 
NAUGHTON, D.l. 

Battle Report: 1755. 40:30,31 JA-F '50 
NAVAL ACADEMY. See U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY 
NAVAL BOMBARDMENTS 

Naval Fire Support in Sicily. W.V. Ledley CAPT FA 33:896 D '43 

To Never Forget. Robert E. Kleiner 38:84,85 MR-AP '48 
NAVAL GUNNERY 

Something New in Gunnery. T.A. Lowe LT COL RA 34:256 AP '44 


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NAVAL OPERATIONS 

Japanese 'Naval* Defeat. Harrison Forman 37:343 N-D '47 

Naval Gunfire In Support of Landing Operations. Robert H. Bingham LT FA 33:212,213 MR '43 
Naval Gunfire Support In the Pacific. R.D. Helnl , Jr. LT COL USMC 35:617-619 0 '45 
NAVAL SUPPORT 

Naval Gunfire Support of Landing Troops. R.C.D. Hunt, Jr. LT USN 32:286-288 AP *42 
NAVAL TRAINING 

Naval Shore Fire Control Parties In the Southern France Landings. Article 35:131-134 MR '45 
With the Fleet, Gunfire Support School, Amphibious Training Command, Amphibious Force, U.S. 
Atlantic Fleet. Samuel W. Horner LT COL FA 37:344-346 N-D '47 
NAVIGATION 

Celestial Navigation for Desert Warfare. Thomas L. Crystal, Jr. GSC 33:415-420 JE '43 
Celestial Navigation for Field Artillery. Robert Amory Jr. CAPT FA 32:818-827 N *42 
Speeding Navigation Training. Article 34:98 F '44 
NEAR EAST. See MIDDLE EAST 
NEGRO AMERICANS. See BLACKS 
NELSON, OnO LAUREN, JR. 1902- 

Wartime Developments In War Department Organization and Administration. 36:336-338 JE '46 
NESS, GEORGE T., JR. 

The Contentious Mr. Bragg. 38:83 MR-AP '48 
NEW GEORGIA ISLAND (WWII), 1943 

Division Artillery In the Battle of New Georgia, July 24-August 5, 1943. Howard F. Haines 
LT COL FA 33:846-849 N '43 

FDC In the Jungle. John R. Crossen MAJ FA 33:913,914 0 '43 
NEW ORLEANS I, 1815 

Thunder by the River. John B.B. Trussell, Jr. MAJ CAC 39:173-175 JL-AG '49 
NEWPORT ARTILLERY COMPANY, R.I. 

Newport Artillery Company. Donald G. White Ensign 41:10-14 JL '73 
Which Is Oldest? Letter 42:23,42 MY-JE '74 
NICKERSON, HOFFMAN 

Atomic Military Theory, Some Reflections on Pre and Post Atomic Military Theory. 36:204- 
207 AP '46 

Notes on U.S. Military Policy. 37:226-229 JL-AG '47 
Seversky: Air Power, Nickerson: Not Enough. 32:543-549 JL '42 
The Triumph of the Gun. I: 32:102-107 F '42; II: 32:212-217 MR '42 
NICHOLS, STEPHEN LAIRD, 1905- 

Fleld Artillery Missions. 40:63,64 MR-AP '50 
Security in the FA Battalion. 40:125,126 MY-JE '50 
"Southwick" G.F.T. 33:292,293 AP '43 
NICOBAR ISLANDS 

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Conrad Haitmond Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:211-123 AP '44 
NIGHT FIRING. See GUNNERY-NIGHT FIRING 
NIGHT MARCHES 

On Night Marches. Article 32:712 SE '42 
NIGHT OPERATIONS 

Lighting the Way for the Troops. R.C.D. Hunt LT CDR USN 32:913,914 D '42 
NISEIS (JAPANESE-AMERICANS, SECOND GENERATION) 

Sound Locations. Eugene Maurey, Jr. CAPT FA 35:73,74 F '45 
NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS. See ENLISTED PERSONNEL 
NORMAN, DUANE M. 

A Problem of Priorities. 42:5-8 SE-O '74 
NORMANDY (WWII), 1944 

Artillery In an Encirclement. Edward S. Berry LT COL FA 36:88,89 F '46 
Fire Control on Omaha Beach. Colt N. Coker LT JG 36:530-533 SE '46 
How We Trained for D-Day. Bruce Bllven, Jr. LT FA 35:11-13 JA '45 

The Invasion of France (21 May to 18 June 1944). Italy, 1944; Russia, 1944; Japan, 1944. 

Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:544-559 AG '44 
Normandy Effect. Article 34:680 0 *44 

111th FA Bn on D-Day. S.L.A. Marshall LT COL GSC 35:13-15 JA '45 
Tank Destroyers as Assault Guns. John Lemp COL FA 35:244,245 AP '45 
NORRIS, FRANK W. 

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NORRIS. JOHN JACOB, 1920- 

Observations of a Battery Conmander. 36:403-405 JL '46 
NORTH AFRICA 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:12-17 JA '43; 33:143-149 F '43; 
33:216-225 MR '43 
NORTH AFRICA 1 942 

Operation Amphibious, Part II. R.C. Williams, Jr. LT COL INF 40:109-113 MY-JE '50 
NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 39:224-234 SE-0 '49; 39:269-278 N-D 
'49; 40:32-41 JA-F '50; 40:79-87 MR-AP '50; 40:130-139 MY-JE '50 
3d Brigade In "Grosse Rochade." Article 44:43 JA-F '76 
NORTH, THOMAS, 1893 

Coupling. 41:517 JL '41 
An Important Test. 31:751-753 0 '41 

Locating Points From Oblique Airphotos. 30:374,375 SE-0 '42 
Naps From an Artilleryman's Viewpoint. 31:20-30 JA '41 
Training of the Forward Observer In the German Antiy. 32:11-15 JA '42 
With the Other Arms and Services, Engineers, I. 31:394-398 JE '41 
NORWAY (WWII), 1940 

A terman View of the Norwegian Campaign (AUS Dem Feidzuge In Norwegen). Article 34:481- 
483 JL '44 

Northern Norway's Battle. 0. Munthe-Kaas COL NORWAY 34:472-480 JL '44 
Routes Into Europe, a Study In Terrain, Part VI, Norway. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 
33:853-858 N '43 

Stratagem In the North, a Startling New Account of How the Germans Entered Norway by 
Means of a Ruse. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:143-145 MR '41 
NUCLEAR WARFARE 

AR 50-5 and You. Feature 43:49 N-D '75 

Beyond Deterrence, a Rational Approach to the Deployment of Tactical Nuclear Weapons In 
Europe. Ronan I. Ellis MAJ FA 42:28-35,64 N-D '74 
NUNES-VAIS, ALLAN 

Ballistic Baseball. 42:9-11,15 SE-0 '74 
NYE, WILLIAM STURTEVANT, 1898-1970 

Artillery In Defense of a Coast Line. 32:450-454 JE '42 
Germany, Two Years After V-E Day. 37:154-159 MY-JE '47 
Luck to You. Feature 32:441 JE '42 



OAHU ISLAND 

OAHU on the Eve of Attack. Robert A. Ellsworth MAJ FA 32:366-373 MY '42 
OBITUARY 

Bareheaded He Salute Them. Article 31:918 D '41 

Burt H. Pierce M/SGT FA. Article 32:838 N '42 

Colonel Louis T. Bolseau. Article 31:402 JE '41 

Edmund W. Searby BRIG GEN. Feature 34:793 N '44 

George, Charles P., (1886-1946). Article 37:112,113 MR-AP '47 

Lesley J. McNair, (May 25, 1883- July 25, 1944). Feature 34:594 SE '44 

Moore, Dan Tyler. (1877-1941). 35:600 0 '45 

Morris S. Simpson (1883-1931). Robert M. Danford MAJ GEN 34:765-767 N '44 
Murray, Maxwell, (1885-1948). Article 38:213 SE-0 '48 
Snow, William Joslah, (1868-1947). Article 37:112,113 MR-AP '47 
060RN EUGENE T . 

Indirect Fire Pocket Reference Cards for Key Tank Destroyer Personnel. I: 35:109-111 F 
*45; II: 35:245,246 AP '45 

Proper Use and Abuse of Tank Destroyers. 35:398,399 JL '45 


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OBSERVATION 

Extending Accurate Observation, Obsn Bn Term for "Target Locating." Edward R. Melton LT 
COL FA 34:709,710 0 '44 

Field Artillery Observation. Article 34:625-629 SE '44 

Flash Base Observation. Clifford R. Moore LT FA 34:192,193 MR '44 

The Forward Observer. John F. Bird MAJ FA 31 :458-463 JL '41 

High Burst With a Stop Watch. Leslie W. Hamilton CAPT FA 38:65 MR-AP '48 

Night Work in Italy. Article 34:411 JL '44 

Observation. Neil 0. Cox MAJ FA 33:648 SE '43 

Observation in Support of Armor. Sydney S. Combs MAJ FA 34:573,574 AG '44 
Organization of Observation. William H. Bartlett MAJ FA 32:2-9 JA '42 
Single OP Observation. "Granston" 35:335,336 JE '45 
OBSERVATION, AERIAL 

Adjustment With High Performance Planes. John 0. Salmon LT COL FA 34:751,752 N '44 
The Aerial Observation Pilot Program. George C. Coburn CPT FA 42:18,19 MY-JE '74 
Aerial Observation, SW Pacific Style. William B. Craig CAPT FA 34:252-254 AP '44 
Air OP is Here to Stay. Delbert L. Bristol MAJ FA 36:586,587 0 '46 
Air OP Operations in the Third U.S. Amiy. Article 36:588,589 0 '46 
Article. 30:355 SE-0 '40 

Artillery Reconnaissance Firing. Paul R. Lowry CAPT FA 34:749-751 N '44 
A Battalion Air Observation Section Test. Steven E. Hatch CAPT FA 33:865 N '43 
Consumer Notice: Please Read FAAO Team Article Thoroughly Prior to Entering Combat. 

Article 44:50-54 N-D '76 
Grasshopper VS. Goliath. Article 33:849 N '43 
Grasshoppers. William W. Ford COL FA 33:651 SE '43 
A "Grasshopper's" Biography. Article 34:132 F '44 
In Italy. N.S.P. Stitt LT FA 34:280,281 MY '44 
In New Guinea. Robert M. White, II CAPT FA 34:278-280 MY '44 
More on Uses of Liaison Planes. Charles N. McFarland COL FA 34:195,196 MR '44 
Mountain Firing With Air Observation. Alfred Bauer MAJ GER 34:40 JA '44 
Night Aerial Observation. William H. Kashner CAPT FA 35:367 JE '45 
Notes on Artillery Air Observation. James Edmonds CAPT FA 33:893-896 D '43 
Our First Air OP-Aerial Observation, Model of 1861. Carl T. Schmidt LT COL INF 38:22-25 
JA-F '48 

Red Team AO Training. Gary N. Grubb CPT FA 44:22,23 N-D '76 
240-mm Effectiveness. Article 34:413 JL '44 
OBSERVATION BATTALION 

The Field Artillery Observation Battalion. Article: I: 38:252-257 N-D '48; II: 39:14-20 
JA-F '49 

08SERVATI0N POSTS (O.P.) 

Field Artillery Observation. Article 34:625-629 SE '44 
Mobile Armored OP. Mackenzie Hill 31:35 JA '41 

The Observation Post in Defense. A. Vasil 'Chenko LTC USSR 43:36-39 SE-0 '75 
Organization of Observation. Willif;. H. Bartlett MAJ FA 32:2-9 JA '42 
Planning of Observation. Article 32:9,10 JA '42 
Rain Forest OP. Article 34:692 0 '44 
OBSERVED FIRE. See GUNNERY 
OBSTRUCTION 

Learning From the Engineers. Harold D. Kehm MAJ FA 31:315-322 MY '41 
OCCUPATION DUTY 

All That Glitters. Rosalee G. Porter 39:122,123 MY-JE '49 
The Beautiful Bungalow. Harold Heffer 38:275 N-D '48 

Germany, Two Years After V-E Day. Wilbur S. Nye COL FA 37:154-159 MY-JE '47 
Military Government-A Principle of Modern Warfare. Robert H. Slover MAJ FA 39:164-166 
JL-AG '49 

The Occupational S-2 Goes Underground. Bryce F. Denno LT COL INF 38:115 MY-JE '48 
The United States Constabulary. H.P. Rand CAPT FA 38:60-63 MR-AP '48 
You've Never Had It So Good. Rosalee G. Porter 38:166-168 JL-AG '48 
O'CONNELL, ARTHUR 

How Accurate Should Base Angles Be, An Elaboration of TM 6-200 (Par. 124) and FM 6-40 
(Par. 119C, 199A, and 1156). 34:130,131 F '44 
O'CONNOR, RAYMOND W. 

Route Reconnaissance-The Hard Way. 35:408,409 JL '45 


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O'CONNOR, WILLIAM P. 

Battle of the Tagbong River. 35:285-300 MY '45 
OFFENSE 

Artillery on the Offensive. F. Samsonov MAJ GEN USSR 33:584,585 AG '43 
The Employment of Corps Artillery. John J. Burns COL FA 33:283-290 AP '43 
The Offensive. Letter 42:3,4 N-D '74 

The Offensive, a Glimpse of Modern Soviet Artillery Tactics. A. A. Sidorenko COL USSR 
42:32-45 JL-AG '74 

Offensive Artillery Action. B. Belayev COL USSR 33:812 N '43 
OFFICE OF CHIEF OF FIELD ARTILLERY, 1918-1927 

Training for War. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 30:249-260 JL-AG '40 
OFFICER CANDIDATE PREPARATORY SCHOOLS 

OC's Prep School. Article 33:49 JA '43 
OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOLS 

Types of Enlisted Officer-Candidates. Burgo D. Gill MAJ CAC 31:700,701 SE '41 
OFFICER PERSONNEL ACT OF 1947 

New Promotion Bill. Feature 37:304-309 SE-0 '47 
OFFICER TRAINING 

Is It Too Late, a Plea for a Return of a Form of the Old Basic Course... Irwin A. Lex MAJ 
FA 31:986-988 D '41 
OFFICERS 

Artillery Instructors. Feature 37:252 JL-AG '47 
Candidate Selection at Bragg. Gerald Rosenbaum SGT 33:93,94 F '43 
Candidate to Officer. Wilbur S. Jones MAJ FA: Article I: 32:900-902 D '42; II: 33:95 
F '43 

Career Building. Article 36:420,421 JL '46 

Civilian Schooling for Officers. Article 36:624 N-D '46 

The Counterbattery Officer. H.P. Storke COL FA 37:360,361 N-D '47 

The Field Artillery Section of the Career Management Branch P and A Division GSUSA. Article 
38:18 JA-F '48 

Going to School? Article 37:92 MR-AP '47 
Heavy is Our Responsibility. Marshall Andrews 36:68,69 F '46 
If I Had to Do It Over. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 33:835 N '43 
If Ordered to the Armored Force. Willard F. Millice COL FA 33:341 MY '43 
Immediate Commissions Offered Qualified Veterans. Article 38:266 N-D '48 
Integration Finale. George I. Forsythe LT COL INF 38:131 ,132 MY-JE '48 
Many Artillerymen Study and Teach. Article 37:93,96-98,100,103,107 MR-AP '47 
Many Artillerymen Work in Washington. Roster of Field Artillery Officers on Duty in 
Washington, as of 20 March 1946. 36:307,308 MY '46 
A Motor Officer's Guide. Herman J. Crigger 35:368-374 JE '45 

New OAC (Officer Advanced Course) Teaches FA as a System. Feature 43:31,32 MY-JE '75 

Notes From FA-CMG. Article 38:83 MR-AP '48; 38:164,165 JL-AG '48 

Officer Procurement. Feature 37:236,237 JL-AG '47 

Officers Are Gentlemen. Article 34:217 AP '44 

Redleg Newsletter. Article 44:58,59 MY-JE '76 

A Seagoing Redleg. John L. Hayden LT COL FA 38:220-222 SE-0 '48 

Selection of Officer Candidates. Article 36:651 N-D '46 

Stations of Field Artillery Officers of Regular Arn\y. Article: 30:73-77 JA-F '40; 
30:495-504 N-D '40 

Who do you Know at Sill, A Roster of Officers on Duty at the Field Artillery School as of 
1 May 1946. Article 36:373-375 JE '46 
OFFSETS. See TARGET OFFSETS 
O'KEEFE, JOHN T. 

4.5-Inch Battalion Fire Direction in Combat. 35:411,412 JL '45 
OKINAWA 

The Battle of Okinawa, an Artillery Angle. Bernard S. Waterman COL FA 35:523-528 SE '45 
Cassino of the Pacific, 96th Division Artillery Against Strongly-Fortified Okinawa. 

Lauren K. Soth CAPT FA 35:465-467 AG '45 
Okinawa Hole-ins. Article 35:416 JL '45 
OKINAWA (WWII), 1945 

Artillery on Offshore Islands. Bernard C. Borning CAPT FA 36:90,91 F '46 
Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:484-494 AG '45; 35:551-562 SE 
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OLIVER, C.R. 

FD Technique for Heavy Artillery. 34:820-823 0 *44 
Why Logarithms, Why Sines and Cosines. 33:130-134 F '43 
OLIVER, LUNSFORD ERREH, 1889- 

In Tunisia's Mud and Blood. 33:492,493 JL '43 
OLSON, BRUCE A. 

Operation Redleg. 44:29-31 MR-AP '76 
OLSON, DAVID E. 

Normandy Armored RSOP and Survey. 34:681,682 0 '44 
OLYMPIC GAMES, 1948. ST. MORITZ 

1948 Olympic Games. Feature 36:645 N-D '46 
ONACEWICZ, WLODZIMIERZ 

How the Poles Fought In France. I: 31:841-847 N '41; II: 31:956-965 0 '41 
OPEN POSITION 

Repulsing Tank Attack by Fire From Open Positions. Ovady Savich 32:850,851 N '42 
OPERATION "COMBINE HI" 

Air-Ground Warfare In Florida. Gene A. Walters CAPT INF 39:4-9 JA-F '49 
OPERATION "CROSSROADS" 

Out of Balance. Anthony C. McAulIffe MAO GEN 36:614,615 N-D '46 
OPERATION "DELAWARE-LAM SON 216" 

1968-69, A Shau Valley, Part V (Cont.): The Hot War. David E. Ott MG 44:53-57 MY-JE '76 
OPERATION "EXERCISE SEMINOLE" 

"Exercise Seminole." John V. Roddy LT COL FA 38:12-14 JA-F '48 
OPERATION "VARSITY" 

"Varsity's Organic Artillery. Samuel C. Myer LT 35:673-676 N '45 
OPERATIONS 

A CP Table for Div Arty Operations Section. R.B. Shreve LT COL FA 34:578-580 AG '44 
Fire Control on Omaha Beach. Colt N. Coker LT JG USN 36:530-533 SE '46 
The Kingsmen Excel In Revamped ORTT. Feature 42:59,60 N-D '74 
OPTICS 

Are Your Optics Coated? Article 35:374 JE '45 
ORDER OF MOLLY PITCHER 

A Word From the Editor. Article 43:2 N-D '75 
OREL (WWII), 1943 

Artillery at Orel. Henry C. Cassidy 33:813 N '43 
Artillery Counterpreparation. Levidov COL USSR 33:811,812 H '43 
Offensive Artillery Action. B. Belayev COL USSR 33:812 N '43 
ORDNANCE 

Wartime Production, the British 75 Millimeter Gun. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:379- 
387 JE '41 
ORGANIZATION 

Cellular Tables of Organization. Misha Kadick MAJ G.S.C. 36:83 F '46 
WORLD WAR II 

Army Ground Forces, Report of Activities, World War 11. Article 36:394-400 JL '46 
ORMAN, LEONARD MILTON, 1917- 

Countermortar Radar. 37:88-91 MR-AP '47 
OSBORNE, JOHN J. 

Mediums at Mantes. 35:44-48 Ja '45 
OSSORIO, PETER M. 1944- 

From Aachen to Zwolle. 43:7-13 N-D '75 
O' STEEN, JAMES E. 

Artillery Targets Across the Rhine. 35:471-479 AG '45 
OSTLER, HARRY R. 

In France With 105's. 35:170,171 MR '45 
OSWALT. JOHN W. 

The Air OP Is Here to Stay. 34:568-572 AG '44 
OTT, DAVID E. 1922- 

Battery Fire-Direction Centers. 40:18-20 JA-F '50 

The Battle of Khe Sanh: Part V (Cont.): The Hot War. 44:44-48 MR-AP '76 

The Buildup. Part IV: In Order to Win, 43:9-16 JL-AG '75 

FA Assistance Programs: Part VI: Vietnamlzatlon. 44:10-17 SE-0 '76 

The Field Artillery Buildup: Part IV; 1966 Combat Operations, 43:46-51 SE-0 '75 


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The Field Artillery Buildup: Part IV: 1967 Combat Operations, 43:29-34 N-D '75 
The Field Artillery In Vietnam: Part II: In Order to Win, 43:39-45 MR-AP '75 
The Field Artillery In Vietnam: The Field Artillery Adviser. David E. Ott MG 43:23-29 
JA-F '75 

Field Artillery Mobility: Part III: In Order to Win, 43:15-22 MY-JE '75 
Forward Observations. Features: 42:5,14 N-D '74; 43:19 JA-F '75; 43:22 MR-AP '75; 43:5,6 
MY-JE '75; 43:6 JL-AG '75; 43:6 SE-0 '75; 43:6,13 N-D '75; 44:6 JA-F '76; 44:11 MR-AP 
■76; 44:6 MY-JE '76; 44:3 JL-AG '76; 44:3 SE-0 '76; 44:3 N-D '76 
An Interview With Mr. Field Artillery. Tom Drahelm SP5 42:32-38 SE-0 '74 
1968, the Tet Offensive, Part V: The Hot War. 44:27-31 JA-F '76 
1968-69, A Shau Valley, Part V (Cont.): The Hot War. 44:53-57 MY-JE '76 
Operations and Raids, Part V: The Hot War (Cont.). 44:37-43 JL-AG '76 
Operations Into Cambodia: Part VI: (Cont) Vietnamizatlon. 44:13-18 N-D '76 
Suppression. 42:12-14 N-D '74 
on, EDWARD STANLEY, 1893- 

BG on. Letter 42:63 N-D '74 

Employment of Radar by XV Corps Artillery. 36:462-467 AG '46 
OVERSEAS DUTY 

Due for Foreign Service. Feature 36:350 JE '46 

Hints to a Battery Commander Going Overseas. Misha N. Kadick CAPT FA 33:500 JL '43 
The Simple Life. E.A. Raymond CAPT FA 33:498,499 JL '43 


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PACIFIC AREA 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:937-942 D *42 
PACK ARTILLERY 

Field Artillery Training Center In China. Garrison B. Coverdale COL FA 34:382-385 JE '44 
Mountain Divisions In Blitzkrieg. Article 31:655-660 SE '41 
Mule Artillery. Letters: 41:49 0-N '73; 42:5,63 JA-F '74 

Organizing Artillery Battalions In China. Donald Q. Harris COL FA 35:322-324 JE '45 
Pack Artillery Afloat. G.M. Payne MAJ FA 33:676,677 SE '43 

A Pack Artillery Battalion In the Pacific, March 1942-March 1943. Henry C. Demuth COL 
FA 34:93-95 F '44 

Pack Artillery for Special Operations. Edward M. Edmonson LT COL FA 32:82-86 F '42 
The Sign Boards of Panama. Charles R. Glldart MAJ FA 30:330-335 SE-0 '40 
PACK TRANSPORTATION. See TRANSPORTATION, PACK 
PADS (POSITION AND AZIMUTH DETERMINING SYSTEM) 

View From the Blockhouse. Feature 41:42 JL '73 
PAGE, DOUGLAS J. 1894- 

El Quettar: March 25-Apr11 8, 1943. 33:645-647 SE '43 

Sedjenane-BIzerte: April 8-May 7, 1943. 33:783,784 0 '43 

PAINTER, KEITH, 1936- 

A Case for a General. 42:62,63 MY-JE '74 
PALESTINE 

Palestine at the Cross Roads. Riley F. Ennis LT COL GSC 32:234-239 MR '42 
Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 38:86-95 MR-AP '48; 38:133-143 MY-JE 
•48; 38:178-187 JL-AG '48; 38:231-239 SE-0 '48; 38:277-286 N-D '48; 39:30-39 JA-F '49 
PALMER, WILLISTON B, 1899- 

Fleld Artlllery-1941. 31:643-645 SE '41 
PANAMA 

An Artilleryman's Impression of Service In Topsy-Turvy Land. Edward A. Raymond LT COL 
31:289-294 MY '41 

An^Elghteenth Century Spanish Military Camp In Panama. Ralph Z. Kirkpatrick 31:295,296 MY | 

Panama's Watermelon War. Ralph Z. Kirkpatrick 36:286,287 MY '46 
The Sign Boards of Panama. Charles R. Glldart MW FA 30:330-335 SE-0 '40 
PANORAMIC CAMERAS 

Article. 30:372 SE-0 '42 


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PANORAMIC SIGHTS. See SIGHTS, PANORAMIC 
PAPPAGEORGE, JOHN G. 1931- 

A Relationship Like No Other. 42:55 N-D '74 
PARACHUTES 

Parachuting Isn't Getting Easier. Malcolm W. Cagle LT COMOR USN 39:76,77 MR-AP '49 
PARA-DROPS 

Cushioned Landing. Article 33:865 N '43 

Dunkirk in the Mediterranean. Allen A. Michle 33:170-172 MR '43 
Jumping FO's. Feature 42:47 MY-JE '74 

The Lost Battalion of Mortaln. C. Donald Wire 37:342,343 N-D *47 
The Pack Howitzer Hits the Silk. Lucian B. Cox CAPT FA 33:257-260 AP '43 
PARAGUAY 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:315-324 SE-0 '47 
PARALLELISM 

Control of Direction. Article 35:395 JL '45 
PARAPOV, MAJ. 

Ambushing With Artillery. 34:786 N '44 
PARATROOPS 

Airborne Artillery. William N. Glllmore BRIG GEN 37:348-354 N-D '47 
Combat Teams Against Parachutes. Royal L. Gervals LT COL FA 32:87,88 F '42 
Jump School. Taylor Culbert MAJ FA 39:28,29 JA-F '49 

Mountain Jaegers In the Conquest of Crete, May 1941. Feature 33:164-169 MR '43 
"PARIS GUN" 

The German Paris Gun of World War I. Article 38:126,127 MY-JE '48 
PARKER, EDWIN P., JR. 1891- 

Field Artillery Replacement Centers. 31:83-86 F '42 
They Start to Roll. 31:273-276 MY '41 
PARKER, HENRY BURR, 1895- 

About Stimulating Gun Squads. 34:111 F '44 
PARKER, KENNETH C. 

More on the Massacre at Malmedy. 36:283 MY '46 
PARKS, FLOYD LAVINIUS, 1896- 

A Creed for Army Public Relations. 36:628,629 N-D '46 
PARNELL, WILLIAM C. III. 1937- 

Field Artlllery-Cav Style. 42:49-53 SE-0 '74 
PARRISH MONTE M 

city Fighting Tactics, the Battle of Aachen. 44:25-33 SE-0 '76 
PARSON, NELS AUGUST, JR., 1920- 

Gulded Misslles-The Artilleryman's Answer. 39:112-114 MY-JE '49 
PARTLOW, FRANK A., JR. 

Necessity, the Mother of. 44:49-51 MR-AP '76 
Toward a More Congenial Training Environment. 44:13-16 MY-JE '76 
PATROLS 

Identification. Arnold M. Anderson LT COL FA 38:143 MY-JE '48 
Patrol Party. Robert F. Cocklln CAPT FA 34:596,597 SE '44 
PATTERSON, ROBERT PORTER, 1891-1952 

Glorious Artillery Tradition. 36:401 JL '46 
Never Failed-Never Will. 37:15 JA-F '47 
PATTON, GEORGE SMITH., JR. 1885-1945 
Article. 33:425 JE '43 
PAYNE, G.M. 

Pack Artillery Afloat. 33:676,677 SE '43 

PEACE 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 36:511,541-548 SE '46 
The World Situation and the Preservation of Peace. Editorial 37:212,213 JL-AG '47 
PEACE TREATIES 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:44-52 JA-F '47 
PEARSALL, GEORGE F.A. 

Circular Convergence Table and Firing Data Card. 31:250 AP '41 
PEARSON, PAUL F. 1928- 

FIST; 44:7-12 MY-JE '76 

Forward Observer Effectiveness. 44:24-26 JA-F '76 

Historical Precedent for Today's Modern Battlefield. 43:56-58 MR-AP '75 


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Pelham-Gallant Gunner. J.B.B. Trussell, Jr. MAJ FA 39:59-61 MR-AP '49 
PENMANSHIP 

Article. 33:64 JA '43 
PENN, WILLIAM S. 

High Angle Fire Direction Techniques. 34:614-617 SE '44 
PENNELL, RALPH HcTYEIRE, 1882- 

A New Coinnandant. Feature 35:28 JA '45 
PENTAGON, WASH., D.C. 

The Pentagon Makes Sense. Robert B. McBane MAJ AG 37:30-32 JA-F '47 
PEREDL'SKII, G. 

Basic Directions in the Training of Artillery and Missilemen. 42:6-11 N-D '74 
PERIMETER DEFENSE 

Electricity in the Perimeter. John L. Linville LT FA 35:234,235 AP '45 
PERIMETER SECURITY 

Local Security of a Battalion Position. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 33:647 SE '43 
“PERIMETERS IN PARAGRAPHS". 

Royal Canadian Artillery. Article 33:779 0 '43 
"PERIMETERS IN PARAGRAPHS." "See PAGINATION UNDER "LANZA, CONRAD HAMMOND", "PERIMETERS IN 
PARAGRAPHS", OR ARTICLES BY SPECIFIC SUBJECT IN RESPECTIVE ISSUES OF THE JOURNAL 
PERSONAL REMINISCENCES. See REMINISCENCES. 

PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION 

Problems of Personnel Administration in Combat. Henry B. Smith LT FA 34:106-108 F '44 
PERSONNEL EVALUATION 

Inside EES (Enlisted Evaluation System). David R. Fabian CPT AG 42:54-57 JL-AG '74 
PERSONNEL SELECTION 

Article. "Redleg Newsletter" 43:59 JA-F '75 
PERSONNEL STRENGTH 

Integration Finale. George I. Forsythe LT COL INF 38:131,132 MY-JE '48 

PERU 

Widening Horizons. Edward A. Raymond LT FA 31:724-730 0 '41 
PESCADORES ISLANDS 

The Pescadores and Sakishima Islands. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:457-460 AG '45 
PETERSEN, CLIFFORD C. 

Survey in Tropical Island Warfare. 33:322-325 MY '43 
PETERSON, ARTHUR J. 

Countermortar Operations. 35:302 MY '45 
Shell reps. 34:747 N '44 
PETROPOLIS TREATY 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:371-378 N-D '47 

PrTROU Al FVANnFD 

Soviet Artillery VS. Nazi Artillery. 32:915-917 D '42 
PETTIGREW, MOSES W. 1898- 

Japanese Field Artillery. 31:130-138 MR '41 
PHILIPPINE INSURRECTION, 1899-1902. See WARS-U.S. -PHILIPPINE INSURRECTION, 1899-1902 
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

Below Luzon. Edward Kraus MAJ FA I: 32:796-803 0 '42; II: 32:829-835 N '42 
Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 35:32-43 JA '45; 35:144-154 MR '45; 
35:208-218 AP '45; 35:268-278 MY '45; 35:338-350 JE *45; 35:484-494 AG '45; 35:551-562 SE 
■45; 35:583-596 0 '45; 36:39-48 JA '46; 36:163-172 MR '46 
PHILLIPS. PAUL DAVID. 1918- 

Simultaneous Fire Missions, Target-Grid System. 39:216,217 SE-0 '49 
What is Economy in Killing. 40:14-18 JA-F '50 
PHOTO INTELLIGENCE 

Lesson in Military Intelligence. Feature 31:584-588 AG '41 
PHOTO INTERPRETATION 

The Bridge That Wasn't There. Edwin Hartrich LT 37:217 JL-AG *47 
PHOTO RECONNAISSANCE 

Airphoto of Battlefield in Russia. Article 32:37 JA '42 

photography 

Ground O.P. Photography, Its Place in Counterbattery. Harold F. Kleindienst MAJ FA 38:82 
MR-AP '48 

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PHOTOGRAPHY, AERIAL 

The Bridge That Wasn't There. Edwin Hartrich LT 37:217 JL-AG '47 
Know Your P.I. F.L. Johanns. Jr. MAJ FA 35:262,263 MY '45 
Photo Intelligence VS. the Railway Gun. Edwin Hartrich LT 35:716,717 D '45 
Use of Mil-Gridded Oblique Photographs. J.V. Schunnan LT FA 35:161-166 MR '45 
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION 

Annual Physicals. Pat Eleanor Pierce 31:57-59 JA '41 
PHYSICAL FITNESS 

Aerobics. Robert G. Tetu, Jr. CPT FA 41:14-17 0-N '73 
Get Tough. W.E. Fairbairn MAJ 32:764,765 0 '42 
Who's Tough Now. Article 34:658 SE '44 
PHYSICAL TRAINING 

Conditioning Conmandos. Article 32:504 JL '42 
Self-Help. Harold G. Miller LT FA 33:50-53 JA '43 

Strategical March of the Light Artillery Battalion. John J. Burns LT COL FA 32:21-27 JA 
'42 

PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. 

Arsenals. Paul J. Luellig, Jr. CPT FA 42:50-53,59 MR-AP '74 
PICKETT, CHRISTIANCY. 1896- 

Bugs and Boners. 33:432-436 JE '43 
Something Happened at Skromptsk. 37:278,279 SE-0 '47 
Surprise Fire Without Registration. 33:533 JL '43 
Up Front Down Under. 34:90-92 F '44 
PIERCE, BURT W., 7-1942 

Obituary. 32:838 N '42 
PIERCE, PAT ELEANOR 

Annual Physicals. 31:57-59 JA '41 
PIGUE, PAUL E. 

Corps and Army Artillery. 40:11-13 JA-F '50 
Corps and Army Artillery-Addenda. 40:55,56 MR-AP '50 
Operation Countermortar. 39:250-252 N-D '49 
PIKE, HERBERT W. 

Ammunition Care. 34:702-707 0 '44 
Cover Up With What You Have. 34:769,770 N '44 
PISTOL MOUNTS 

Sub-Caliber Mount for 105-MM Howitzer M2A1. Paul Vaughan LT FA 34:181 MR '44 
PLANKENHORN, C.R. 

Simplified Coordinate Scale. 34:542,543 AG '44 
PUTT. CHARLES M. 

A Glimpse of Guam. 34:789 N *44 
PLOTTERS 

Artillery Uses for the Board, Plotting, M10. Ernest P. Foley LT COL USMC 37:160-165 
MY-JE '47 
PLOniNG BOARDS 

Grid-Lite Board Designed for the H. Co. in the F.D.C. George 0. Lloyd, Jr, M/SGT FA 
33:931 D '43 

Shooting Without Factors-A Naval Gunfire Version. Raymond H. Lumry LT COL FA 39:57-59 
'4g 

POEMS, MILITARY. See MILITARY POEMS 
POLACHEK, V.H. 

Fort Bragg, 1941. 31:681-686 SE '41 
POLAND 

ARMY 

How the Poles Fought in France, Part I. Wlodzimierz Onacewicz COL POL I; 31:841-847 N 
'41; II: 31:956-965 D '41 
POOL. JAMES W. 

Cross-Rule Coordinates. 34:300 MY '44 
PORTER, FREDERICK B. 

World's Biggest Guns. 35:545-547 SE '45 
PORTER, JAiCS W. 

Howitzer or Gun? 42:15-18 JA-F '74 
PORTER. JON 

The Vanishing Yellow Helmet. 44:12-17 MR-AP '76 


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PORTER ROBERT A« 

AAF Weather Service and the Field Artillery. 34:813-816 D '44 
PORTER. ROSALEE G. 

All That Glitters. 39:122.123 MY-JE '49 
It's Your Move. Partner. 37:78 MR-AP '47 
A Ring in Her Nose. 31:800.801 0 '41 
You've Never Had It So Good. 38:166-168 JL-AG '48 
POSITION. See TACTICS-POSITION WARFARE 
POSITIONS. BAHERY. See BAHERY POSITIONS. EMPLACEMENT 
POSSONY, STEFAN T. 

Feldherr Hitler and the Hedgehog. 34:690-692 0 '44 
POSTAGE STAMPS 

Philatelic Note (to D Battery of the 5th FA). Article 33:45 JA '43 
POSTAL SYSTEM 

Articles: 33:100 F '43; 33:436 JE '43; 33:839 N '43 
POSTS. U.S. MILITARY 

Station Data. Features: 39:111 MY-JE '49; 39:160.161 JL-AG '49; 39:209 SE-0 '49; 39;253. 
254 N-D '49 

POWS. See PRISONERS OF WAR. 

PRATT. L.E. 

A Hexible Smoke-Puff Range. 33:786 0 '43 
PREDMORE. KEITH E. 

Europe, the Up-Load Exercise. 44:33-36 MY-JE '76 
PREJUDICE 

Stop Fighting the Japanese. Leo B. Shinn CAPT USMC 36:528.529 SE '46 
PREPARATORY FIRES 

Article. 30:355 SE-O '40 

Duration of Artillery Preparations. Article 31:223 AP '41 

PRESS 

General Burnside VS. the Press. J.S. Douglas CAPT GSC 40:66-69 MR-AP '5C 
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 

From the Chief's Office. Feature 32:68-71 JA '42 
PRICE. HOWARD C.. JR. 

Air Danger Zone of Friendly Artillery. 33:413.414 JE '43 
PDIMF MnVFR ARTTILERY 

American-Made Trucks in Siege of Bardia. Article 31 :82 F '42 
Artillery Helps Itself. Article 31:164-166 MR '41 
Heavy Prime Mover. Article 33:368.369 MY '43 

Killed: 127 Bugs With One Round. Mike Rinehart CAPT FA 33:664.665 SE '43 
Maintenance Problems With Tractor M5. Edmund J. Murphy CAPT FA 34:560,561 AG '44 
PRINCIPLES OF WAR 

The Acid Test. J.H. Unwin COR GB 37:232-234 JL-AG '47 
Call of Duty. Elliott R. Thorpe COL INF 37:15 JA-F '47 
Captured. William S. Reeder. Jr. CPT FA 42:44-49 N-D '74 
PRISONER OF WAR (POWS) 

Hot Hater. Article 33:892 D '43 

Let PH's Help You Plan YOur Fires. Carl F. Maples LT FA 35:264-267 MY '45 
Take German Town by Error. Article 35:619 0 '45 
PRITCHARD. TATTNALL R.. JR. 

Small Unit Action. Adventure at AyMille. 39:26.27 JA-F '49 
Small Unit Action. Breakthrough. 39:68.69 MR-AP '49 
Small Unit Action. Crossing the Meuse. 38:128-130 MY-JE '48 
PRITCHEH. HARRY HALL. JR.. 1922- 

Extrcisc 'Tarheel'. 39:151.152 JL-AG '49 
PROCTOR. MERT. 1886- 

Notes on Liaison. 41:522.523 JL '41 
PROCUREMENT. WEAPONS 

Gun Procurement, the French 75 Millimeter Gun (the "Soixante Quinze"). William J. Snow 
MAJ GEN (RET) 31:299-304 MY '41 
•PROJECT PARTNERSHIP" 

Article. 44:54.55 JA-F '76 

Readiness Shown by "Project Partnership." Feature 42:61 SE-0 '74 



"PROJECT SEEKER" 

Mini-RPV's (Remotely Piloted Vehicles). George H. Finger MAJ FA 43:7,8,16 JL-AG '75 
PROJECTILES 

Beat Germans at Own Game. Feature 36:107 F '46 

The Smart Round. Charles L. Williams, III. LTC FA 43:29-32 MR-AP '75 
PROMOTION 

Earned Rank. Joseph E. Halloran III CPT FA 43:23-26 MY-JE '75 
New Promotion Bill. Feature 37:304-309 SE-0 '47 
PROPAGANDA 

An Artilleryman Looks at Propaganda. Arthur Hadley LT 35:197,198 AP '45 
Evaluation. Article 32:198 MR '42 

The Greatest Victory of German Propaganda. Andrew Kamarck CAPT FA 34:158-161 MR '44 
Ideas Are Weapons. G.B. Vail LT FA 34:581 AG '44 
PROPELLANT, AIR 

Article. 32:791 0 '42 
PROXIMITY FUZES. See FUZES-PROXIMITY 
PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE 

An Artilleryman Looks at Propaganda. Arthur Hadley LT 35:197,198 AP '45 
"The Hymn of Hate." Earl W. Huntting LT COL INF 34:216,217 AP '44 
Ideas Are Weapons. G.B. Vail LT FA 34:581 AG '44 
Leaflet Shells. G.B. Foster MAJ 35:195-197 AP '45 
Psychological Warfare, 1864. George S. Burkhardt 37:220 JL-AG '47 
PSYCHOLOGY 

Articles: 32:322 AP '42; 32:324 AP '42; 32:647 AG '42 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 

A Creed for Army Public Relations. Floyd L. Parks MAJ GEN 36:628,629 N-D '46 
PUBLIC SPEAKING 

Something We Should Know. R.C. Williams LT COL INF 38:119-121 MY-JE '48 
Speak Up. Joseph H. Banks MAJ INF 38:175 JL-AG '48 

Speech Instruction at West Point. William J. Thompson COL FA 39:106,107 MY-JE '49 
PUERTO RICO 

Our Newest Foreign Station. Article 30:119 MR-AP '40 
PULLEN, JOHN J. 

Number One Out, Sir. 34:258-262 AP '44 
PURCHLA, T.J. 

Field Artilleryman Honored at Purdue University. Article 41:471 JL '41 
PUREFOY, A.E. BAGWELL 

Hints for Officer Instructors. 32:658-661 SE '42 
PYi F rHflRi A 1 onn. 

’Field Artillery Intelligence. 34:659,660 SE '44 
PYROTECHNICS 

Pyrotechnics as an Aid to the Forward-Observer. George L. Hart, Jr. CAPT FA 31:571-573 
AG '41 


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QUANDT, DOUGLASS PHILLIP, 1914- 

Fifth Wheel. 36:390-393 JL '46 
QUOTATIONS 

Article. 30:400 SE-0 '42 

Article. Eugene Reybold 34:167 MR '44 

Article. George S. Patton, Jr. LT GEN 33:425 JE '43 


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RABON. JIM D. 1938- 

Lance. 42:8-10 MR-AP '74 
RACE RELATIONS 

Japan Article. 32:467 JE *42 
RADAR 

Counter-Mortar Radar. Leonard M. Orman LT COL CAC 37:88-91 MR-AP '47 

Employment of Radar by XV Corps Artillery. Edward S. Ott BRIG GEN 36:462-467 AG '46 

Radar. Sydney Combs MAJ FA 36:6-10 JA '46 

RADIO 

Article. 30:372 SE-0 '40 

Radio Support in Rapid Movements, by Comtno. 32:312-317 AP '42 
Radios, the Old, and the New. Article 32:839 N '42 
Remote Control for SCR-610. John M. Wynne LT FA 35:746,747 0 '45 
Short Titles for Radio Channels. Edward C. Walter MAJ FA 39:208 SE-0 '49 
Using What We've Got. Roger Wilco CAPT FA 33:65 JA '43 
RADIO DISCIPLINE 

Radio Intercept and Interference. Rex E. Chandler MAJ FA 30:356-363 SE-0 '40 
RADIO MAINTENANCE 

Motor Maintenance in Connection With Radio Maintenance. Newton W. Jones LT COL FA 32:404, 
405 MY '42 
RADIO NETS 

Radio Intercept and Interference. Rex E. Chandler MAJ FA 30:356-363 SE-0 '40 
RADIO TESTS 

Tests of Commercial Radio Equipment. Article 30:436 N-D '40 
RAILROAD ARTILLERY. See ARTILLERY, RAILROAD 
RAILROADS 

Loading of Field Artillery Materiel for Railway Transport. Article 31:365-369 JE '41 
Motor Marching by Rail. Article 32:590-595 AG '42 

When Your Outfit Moves by Rail. Lauren K. Soth CAPT FA 34:563-565 AG '44 
RAILWAY ARTILLERY. See ARTILLERY, RAILROAD 
RAMPTON, BYRON R. 

B.V.D. Machinegun Mount. 33:666,667 SE '43 
RANCE, A.J. 

Corps Artillery, How It Was Employed. 33:886-888 D '43 
RAND, HEINZ PETER, 1916- 

The United States Constabulary. 38:60-63 MR-AP '48 
RAND, T.P. 

Tanks as Auxiliary Artillery. 34:222 AP '44 
RANDALL. NELSON H. 

The Battle of Manila. 35:450-456 AG '45 
RANDOLPH. JAMES R. 

Time Shell and the Blitzkrieg. 31:79-82 F '41 

RANGE 

"How's the Air Up There?" F.A. Bardo LT COL FA 33:412 JE '43 
Mechanized MIF-MIF's. Daniel Rogers CAPT FA 33:135,136 F '43 
Not in the Book. Article 41:484 JL '41 

Range of Weapons in the Infantry Division. Article 34:311 MY '44 
The Sands Graph. H.I. Holdeman CAPT FA 33:306-309 AP '43 
RANGE OFFICER 

The Corps R.O. in Combat. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 34:682,683 0 '44 
Little Mister Marker. Robert D. Edgren CAPT FA 33:362-364 MY '43 
RANGE TABLES 

Circular Convergence Table and Firing Data Card. George F.A. Pearsall LT FA 31:250 AP '41 

Circular GFT for the Heavies. Paul F. Wilson CAPT FA 33:611,612 AG '43 

Circular GFT for the 155-mm Gun, MlAl. Article 33:756,757 0 '43 

Curved Trajectory Sub-Caliber. Cuyler L. Clark, Jr. COL FA 33:344 MY '43 

Dirty Work at the Crossroads, (Firing Tables). Edward G. Seidel CAPT FA 34:412,413 JL '44 

Fire Direction, Current Thoughts and Recent Developments. Article 31:278-287 MY '41 


Firing Table Scales. Feature 34:272 (Facing) MY *44 

Firing Tables VS. Range Quadrants. Article 33:305 AP '43 

GFT Fan Cursors Available. Feature 43:54 JL-AG '75 

GFT Fan Increases Response. Feature 43:30 MY-JE '75 

Graphical Firing Tables and Short Base Slide Rules. Article 33:672 SE '43 

Metro Slide for GFT. C.E. Bartlett MAJ FA 34:620,621 SE '44 

On Enlivening the Dead-Space Chart. S.E. Vaughan MAJ FA 30:469-472 N-D '40 

"Southwick" G.F.T. Stephen L. Nichols MAJ FA 33:292.293 AP '43 

Suggestion Prompts ICM GFT (Improved Conventional Munitions-Graphical Firing Table). 

Feature 43:26-28 SE-0 '75 

Surveys-Pro and Con, a Graphical Computer for Quicker Survey. Lowell Gregory LT FA 32: 

699-704 SE '42 

12-Inch Graphical Firing Table. Abbott H. Burns LT COL FA 34:298,299 MY '44 
Use of Range Drums in Medium Tanks. Edward D. Lucas, Jr. MAJ CAV 34:574,575 AG '44 
GERMANY 

The German Graphic Firing Table. J.H. Hexter LT FA 34:433-438 JL '44 
RANGES 

A Flexible Smoke-Puff Range. L.E. Pratt CAPT FA 33:786 0 '43 
Range Practice. Dean Acheson 43:34-38 JA-F '75 
RANGES, MINIATURE 

Miniature Service-Practice Range. Frank C. Mellon COL FA 33:137-139 F '43 
School Builds 14.5 Range. Feature 43:25,26 SE-O '75 
Taking Out the "Dry." H.S. Howard MAJ FA 33:10,11 JA '43 
RANGING, FLASH 

Extending Accurate Observation, Obsn Bn Term for "Target Locating." Edward R. Melton LT 
COL FA 34:709,710 0 '44 

Flash Base Observation. Clifford R. Moore LT FA 34:192,193 MR '44 
Flash, Our Secret Weapon. Waldemar A. Solf MAJ JAG 37:170 MY-JE '47 
RANGING, HIGH BURST 

High Burst Artillery Fire. Article 32:707 SE '42 
RANGING, SOUND 

The Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Part I. Article 38:252-257 N-D '48 

Rough But Ready Sound Ranging. Verne C. Kennedy, Jr. LT USMC 34:46,47 JA '44 

Sound and Flash. Article 33:667 SE '43 

Sound Locations. Eugene Maurey, Jr. CAPT FA 35:73,74 F '45 

Sound Observation in the Jungle. Ivers L. Funk LT FA 34:360-362 JE '44 

Sound Ranging. Letter 42:5,6 JL-AG '74 

Sound Ranging. William A. Barnes, Jr. LT USMC 34:358,359 JE '44 
Sound Ranging-Dead or Alive. Glen Coffman MAJ FA 42:19-24 MR-AP '74 
Sound-Ranging Results by Calculation. Oberwachmeister Faber. 30:139 MR '40 
Sound Ranging Tests. Article 42:24 MR-AP '74 

Stop-Watch Location of Hostile Batteries and Adjustment of Fire. B.H. McCurdy MAJ FA 
34:362,363 JE '44 

War Experiences of a Detail Man. Crane CPL 32:45 JA '42 
RANK DESIGNATION 

Revision of Enlisted Grade Titles. 38:215 SE-0 '48 
RATIONING 

"Blissful" Buying. Article 32:537 JL '42 
RATLIFF FRANK GORDON 1914- 

The Field Artillery Battalion Fire-Direction Center-Its Past, Present, and Future. 

40:116-119,127 MY-JE '50 
RAUCH, BERNARD J. 

Tips Prom Overseas, II. 34:639-641 SE '44 
RAWLS, JABUS WILLIE, JR, 1914- 

AGF Guided Missile Battalion. 36:334 JE '46 
RAYMOND, CHARLES W., II. 1909- 

Jeep Artillery. 32:477-479 JE '42 
RAYMOND, EDWARD A. 

Abandon Ship. 33:214,215 MR '43 

Air OPs. 34:274-278 MY '44 , 

Air-Borne Field Artillery. Article 31:456,457 JL '41 
An Alternate Line-Up for Field Artillery. 32:761 0 '42 

An Artilleryman's Impression of Service in Topsy-Turvy Land. 31:289-294 MY '41 t 

As Skirmishers. 34:507-510 AG '44 
Black Buffalo. 36:14-16 JA '46 


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Brassing Off Kraut. 34:694-698 0 '44 

Brazil. Half a Continent. 32:865-869 N '42 

The Caves of Anzio. 34:851-854 D '44 

Combination Mount for Dual .50's. 35:110,111 F '45 

Dig for Your Lives. 33:54-56 JA '43 

Earth's End. 32:932-934 D '42 

A Fight. 35:156-160 MR '45 

Firepower. 31 :602-604 AG '42 

France Fights Again. 33:381-384 MY '43 

Grasshopper VS. Goliath. 33:849 N '43 

Jungle Warfare. 32:144-146 F '42 

Long Toms in Action. 33:803,804 N '43 

Our Balkans, Central America. 32:306-311 AP '42 

Our Southern Counterpart. 32:378-380 MY '42 

Preview In the Chaco. 32:794,795 0 '42 

Pulling Together. 34:341 ,342 JE '44 

The Simple Life. 33:498,499 JL '43 

Slugging It Out. 34:14-20 JA '44 

Some Battle Lessons. 34:104-106 F '44 

T.N.T. Wholesale. 34:781-784 N '44 

Under Fire. 33:891,892 D '43 

Use of White Phosphorus Against Tanks. 34:411 JL '44 
What. No Metro Message? 32:614 AG '42 
Widening Horizons. 31:724-730 0 '41 
RAYMOND JOHN A. 

Lance ASP In Crete. 44:55,56 JL-AG '76 
READER SURVEYS 

Editor's Notes. Feature 44:2 N-D '76 
A Word From the Editor. Feature 43:2 SE-0 '75 
READING 

FAOAC Contemporary Reading Program. Article 44:19 SE-0 '76 
RECONNAISSANCE, AERIAL See AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE. 

RECONNAISSANCE, ARTILLERY. See ARTILLERY. RECONNAISSANCE. 

RECRUITING 

Recruiting & Retention. Daniel B. Wilkins CPT FA 43:12-14 MY-JE '75 
RED CROSS, AMERICAN. See AMERICAN RED CROSS 
"RED BOOKS" (FIELD ARTILLERY) 

Feature. 33:641 SE '43 

Important News of Field Artillery Training Literature. Article 33:665 SE '43 
REDMOND, CATHERINE 

With the Other Arms and Services, VII, the Quartermaster Corps. 32:240-246 MR '42 
REED. JEAN D. 1939- 

Helbat 5. 43:50-55 N-D '75 
The Laser Rangefinder. 43:31-35 SE-0 '75 
Testing at Fort Slll-Helbat. 42:6-13 MY-JE '74 
REEDER, WILLIAM S. 1945- 

Captured. 42:44-49 N-D '74 
REEDS. W.H. 

Ite Need an MRL, an Airman's View, Part I. 44:30-34 N-D '76 
REEVES, JOSEPH RICHARDSON, 1917- 

Artillery In the Ardennes. 36:138-142, 173-184 MR '46 
REGISTRATION OF FIRE. See GUNNERY-REGISTRATION, ET ^ 

REILLY, HENRY J. 

Quote. 30:366 SE-0 '40 

REINFORCING ARTILLERY. See ARTILLERY-REINFORCEMENT 
REINICKE,? 

Forcing the Somme. 31:612-618 AG '42 
REITZ. GEORGE W. 

Packboard for Jungle Communications. 35:327,328 JE '45 
REMINISCENCES 

France, 1914-1918. Article 30:308 JL-AG '40 
If I Had Only Known. Robert F. Cocklln CAPT FA 34:345 JE '44 
Last of a "Grasshopper." Article 34:812 D '44 
Libyan Letter. Article 33:182 MR '43 


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The 19th Shellhole. Robert Edgren CAPT FA 35:409,410 JL '45 
North African Jottings. R.D. Schmidt COL FA 33:652 SE '43 

Route Reconnaissance-tie Hard Way. Raymond W. O'Connor S/SGT FA 35:408,409 JL '45 
Short-Notice Combat. Edmond W. Seward M/SGT FA 35:166 MR '45 

Through the Mill. John Hughes LT: I: 32:425-429 JE '42; II: 32:557-560 JL '42; III: 

32:636-639 AG '42; IV: 32:695-698 SE '42; V: 32:788-791 0 '42; VI: 32:876-880 N '42 
War Experiences of a Detail Man, by CPL Crane: 32:45 JA '42; 32:377 MY '42 
RENTON, M.J. ? -1941 

Artillery Support of Tanks. 32:120 F '42 
REORGANIZATION, MILITARY 

Glorious Mutiny, by an Arch Mutineer. 33:597,598 AG '43 
REORGANIZATION, MILITARY. See Also E.G., U.S. ARMY-ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATION, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, 
WAR DEPARTMENT-ORGANIZATION 
REPORTS 

Streamlining the Morning Report. Article 33:278,279 AP '43 
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 

Army Develops Wheel-Track Vehicle. Feature 43:24 N-D '75 
Hybrid Artillery. R.L. Wrenn 43:7-11 MY-JE '75 

MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test, Evaluation and Review). Howard L. Buchly 
43:49-51 JL-AG '75 

A Proposal for User R&D. M.J. Longmore COL FA 42:16-21 SE-0 '74 
RESECTION 

Quick, Where Am I , a Rapid Method of Graphical Resection. M.F. Beavers LT FA 31:417-420 
JE '41 

The Short Base Resection. Trevor N. Dupuy MAJ FA 33:696,697 SE '43 
Streamling Resection. Trevor N. DuPuy LT FA 30:152,153 MR-AP '40 
RESERVE OFFICERS' ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES 

Reserve Officers Meet. Feature 37:22U222 JL-AG '47 
RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS. See U.S.-ARMY-ROTC 
RESERVES 

Keeping in Focus. Devere Armstrong COL FA. Editorial 37:176,177 MY-JE '47 
Post-War Plans for the ORC (Organized Reserve Corps). Feature 36:218 Ap '46 
Your Tools Are the Reserves. Hugh Cort 1st LT FA 38:176,177 JL-AG '48 
RESOFF, G.D. 

Experiences of a Reserve Officer Called to Active Duty for One Year. 30:398-400 SE-0 '42 
RESTITUTION. See MAPS, MILITARY-RESTITUTION 
RETREAT 

Article. 33:700 SE '43 

Campaign of Flanders, 1940, VI; Dunkrik. Leo Framery CAPT FR 32:147-152 F '42 
REVERMANN, HANS 

Artillery Observation. 31:621,622 AG '42 
REVOLUTIONARY WAR. See WARS-U.S. -REVOLUTION, 1775-1783 
REYBOLD, EUGENE, 1884- 

Article. 34:167 MR '44 
REYNARD, RICHARD L. 

Career Patterns for Field Artillery Company Grade Officers. 44:42-44 N-D '76 
REYNOLDS, JAMES HARRY, JR., 1909- 
The Truth. 39:234 SE-0 '49 
RHEA, DONALD M. 1930- 

Target Acquisition Today-Tomorrow. 43:7-11 MR-AP '75 
RHODES, EDWARD H. 

Communication Tips. 34:604 SE '44 
RIBBEL, FRANK E. 

Locating and Adjusting Fire on Water-Borne Targets. 33:852 N '43 
RIBOUD, J.M. 

Mobile, Armored, and Revolving, a New Carriage Idea for Artillery. 36:326-328 JE '46 
RICHMOND, PAUL F. 

An LnO in the Rapido Crossing. 34:405,406 JL '44 
RICOCHET. See GUNNERY-RICOCHET 
RIENZI, THOMAS M. 1919- 

The Journal Interviews MG Thomas M. Rienzl. 43:42,43,48 JA-F '75 


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RIFLE PRACTICE 

Rifle Marksmanship for Artillery. Trevor N. Dupuy CAPT FA 32:758-760 0 '42 
RIFLES 

Field Rifle Rack Can Solve Problem. Feature 43:20 MR-AP '75 
RIGG, ROBERT B. 

Approach to Foreign Map Reading: 32:774-782 0 '42; 33:243-254 AP '43 
Teaching Enemy Tank Identification. 32:666-668 SE '42 
RILEY, LOWELL M. 1892- 

Armored Artillery Action. 34:179 MR '44 
Duty as Military Attache. 30:364-366 SE-0 '40 
Firing Tests for Corps Artillery. 32:693,694 SE '42 
Istanbul. 34:210 AP '44 

Organic Air Observation for Field Artillery. 32:498-501 JL '42 
What Makes an Army? 31:296-298 MY '41 
RINEHART, MIKE 

Killed: 127 Bugs With one Round. 33:664,665 SE '43 
RITCHEY, ANDREW J. 1923- 

Scramble Authority: Who Has It. 41:36-38 0-N '73 
RIXEY, P.M. 

Artillery at Tarawa. 35:3-6 JA '45 
RIZIN, PAVEL 

Tactics of Ambush. 32:959 D '42 

ROADS 

Tunisia's Burma Road. B.H. Kerr LT FA 33:785 0 '43 
ROBBIE, CORWIN 

What's Sauce for the Goose. 31:59 JA '41 
ROBERTS, FRANCIS JOSEPH, 1918- 

Naval Gunfire Support. 39:55,56 MR-AP '49 
ROBERTS, PAUL 

Seek and Ye Shall Find. 33:540,541 JL '43 
ROBINSON, EMMETT E. 

They Called Him a Flag-Flopper. 39:78-80 MR-AP '49 
ROBINSON, LEONARD GEORGE., JR.. 1911- 

Can We Modernize F.A. Fire Control? 37:346-348 N-D '47 
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, IL 

Arsenals. Paul J. Luellig, Jr. CPT FA 42:50-53,59 MR-AP '74 
ROCKET ARTILLERY 

The Rocket Field Artillery Battalion. John J. Schonenberg, Jr. CAPT FA 35:515-522 SE '45 
ROCKET LAUNCHER 

Artillery Rockets. T.B. Hedekin COL FA 36:564-573 0 '46 

Basic Directions in the Training of Artillery and Missilemen. G. Peredl'skii Marshall of 
Army USSR 42:6-11 N-D '74 

Can the Artillery Survive? William J. Wood LTC (RET) 41:5-10 0-N '73 

Do We Need a Multiple Rocket Launcher? Allan R. Stern LTC FA 42:25-28 JL-AG '74 

GSRS: More Than the MRL. Kenneth D. McDonald 42:12-15 SE-0 '74 

Land-Based Rockets. Feature 35:353 JE '45 

MRL. Letter 42:4 N-D '74 

Rocket Fire Direction. James L. Goodnow CAPT FA 36:11-13 JA '46 
We Need an MRL, an Airman's View, Part I. W.H. Rees LTC USAF 44:30-34 N-D '76 
ROCKET TYPE-NEBELWERFER 

Know Your Enemies' Weapons-Rockets. William J. Hanks MAJ FA 34:155-157 MR '44 
ROCKETS 

Artillery Rockets. T.B. Hedekin COL FA 36:564-573 0 '46 
Dawn of a New Artillery Era. J.R. Murland MAJ RA 35:437 JL '45 
Land-Based Rockets. Feature 35:353 JE '45 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 39:269-278 N-D '49 
Re-Birth of the War Rocket. Andrew Kamarck CAPT FA 33:506-509 JL '43 
Use of Rockets for Training Observers. Article 31:706 SE '41 
GERMANY 

Photo Only. 34:222 AP '44 
RUSSIA 

Do We Need a Multiple Rocket '^auncher? Allan R. Stern LTC FA 42:25-28 JL-AG '74 


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RODDY. JOHN VINCENT. 1915- 

“Exercise Seminole." 38:12-14 JA-F '48 
RODGER. ARCHIBALD M. 

The Battle for Baguio. 35:642-646 N '45 
The Cagayan Valley Operation. 36:99-103 F '46 
The 136th Field Artillery Battalion. 35:732.733 D '45 
ROGERS. DANIEL 

Mechanized Mlf-Mlf s. 33:135.136 F '43 
ROSEE. WILLIAM H. 

Projectile Vise. 34:692 0 '44 
ROSENBAUM. GERALD 

Candidate Selection at Bragg. 33:93.94 F '43 
ROSENBERG. RALPH G. 1941- 

Targetlng for the Brigade Team, 42:4-6 MR-AP '74 
ROSTENBERG. LEE 0. 

Shell Crater Analysis for Location and Identification of Enemy Artillery. 34:738-744 N '44 
ROWAN-ROBINSON. HENRY 

Britain's 6" Howitzer. 34:262 AP '44 
Modern Artillery Tactics. 35:414.415 JL '45 
More on the 25-Pounder. 33:691 SE '43 
Smashing the Panzers. 33:25-27 JA '43 
ROWE. E.J, 

Amphibious Artillery. 38:66-70 MR-AP '48 
ROWE WILLIS C. 

Ethics of Surrender. 36:460.461 AG '46 
THE ROYAL SCHOOL OF ARTILLERY. LARKHILL. ENG. 

The Royal Artillery of the British Army. Norman Dodd COL (RET) GB 42:6-14 JA-F '74 
RPV (REMOTELY PILOTED VEHICLE) 

Aquila Ready for Testing. Article 44:40.41 JA-F '76 
Mlnl-RPV'-s. George H. Finger MAJ FA 43:7.8.16 JL-AG '75 
New "Bird" to be Tested. Article 42:22 N-D '74 
RUHLEN. GEORGE. 1911- 

The Versatile Jeep. 31:413-416 JE '41 
RUHSAM. HARRY ERWIN. 1921- 

Princlples of Pack Transport, 37:13-15 JA-F '47 
RUSSIA 

Article. 32:603 AG '42 

Perimeters in Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 32:596-603 AG '42; 32:859-861 N 
'42; 32:937-942 D '42; 33:216-225 MR '43; 33:442-452 JE '43; 33:528-532 JL '43; 33:616- 
623 AG '43; 33:654-661 SE '43; 33:762-770 0 '43; 33:817-828 N '43; 33:899-910 D '43; 

34:26-36 JA '44; 34:120-129 F ‘44; 34:168-178 MR '44; 34:226-240 AP '44; 34:282-294 MY 
'44; 34:346-357 JE '44; 34:416-427 JL '44; 34:544-559 AG '44; 34:643-655 SE '44; 34:711- 
720 0 '44; 34:753-764 N '44; 34:826-837 D '44; 35:32-43 JA '45; 35:80-91 F '45; 36:365- 
372 JE '46; 6:430-436 JL '46; 36:511.541-548 SE '46; 36:590-598 0 '46; 36:652-659 N-D 
'46; 37:184-194 MY-JE '47; 37:253-261 JL-AG '47; 37:315-324 SE-0 '47; 38:133-143 MY-^E 
'48; 38:178-187 JL-AG '48; 38:231-239 SE-0 '48; 38:277-286 N-0 '48; 40:32-41 JA-F '50; 

40:79-87 MR-AP '50; 40:130-139 MY-JE '50 
ARMY 

Before the Battle. Boris Gorbatoff 32:962 D '42 

Cooperation in the Red Army, as Viewed by the Soviet Press. Article 34:656-658 SE '44 
Russian Generals. Article 31:138 MR '41 
ARTILLERY 

Ambushing With Artillery. Parapov MAJ USSR 34:786 N '44 
Antitank Artillery of the Red Army. I. Alexeyev 32:604.605 AG '42 

Artillery Counterpreparation From Intermediate Positions. S. Luginya MAJ USSR 34:786.787 
N '44 

Artillery In the Breakthrough of a Defense Zone. F.A. Samsonov MAJ GEN USSR 34:242-245 
AP '44 

Artillery Offensive, an Examination of Russian Practice. W.R. Young CAPT GB 36:26-29 JA '46 ‘ 

Basic Directions in the Training of Artillery and Missilemen. G. Peredl'skll Marshall of 
Army USSR 42:6-11 N-D ‘74 j 

The Campaigns In Russia. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:296-304 AP '43 ' 

Combating Self-Propelled Artillery. V. Ivanov COL USSR 43:54-58 JA-F '75 I 

Death or Insanity. Walter Kerr 33:814-816 N '43 ; 

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Heavy Self-Propelled Guns In Tank Battles. G. Khalnatskll LT COL USSR 36:24-25 JA '46 
How Infantry-Artillery Cooperation is Secured in the Red Anny. Article 31:790-794 0 '41 
The Offensive, a Glimpse of Modern Soviet Artillery Tactics. A. A. Sidorenko COL USSR 
42:32-45 JL-AG '74 

On Behalf of the General Mission. I. Panevin COL USSR ET AL 43:20-26 JL-AG '75 
Re-Birth of the War Rocket. Andrew Kamarck CAPT FA 33:506^09 JL '43 
Red Army Artillery Tactical Trends-1944. Feature 35:92,93 F '45 
The Red Artillery. Article 41:464-466 JL '41 
Russian Antitank Doctrine. Article 31:618 AG '42 

Russian Artillery-1941-1945. H.G. deWattevIlle LT COL GB 37:175,195-199 MY-JE '47 
Self-Propelled Artillery Versus Tanks. P. Slesarev LT COL USSR 34:787,788 N '44 
Soviet Artillery Fire. A. Karelsky 32:511 JL '42 
Soviet Artillery Goes to Town. S. Zalka COL USSR 36:646 N-D '46 
Soviet Artillery Groups. F. Samsonov MAJ GEN USSR 36:30-31 JA '46 
Soviet Artillery VS. Nazi Artillery. Alexander Petrov MAJ USSR 32:915-917 D '42 
1943 

Russia: February 20 to March 15, 1943. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:370-377 MY '43 
RUSSIAN ARTILLERY DAY, NOV. 19 

Mass Employment of Artillery. Georgi Nadlsov LT GEN 35:93,94 F '45 
RUSSIAN MILITARY 

The Postwar Russian Arnty. Jerry S. Addington LT COL FA 39:81 MR-AP '49 
RUTLEDGE, ANGUS 

What About the Service Battery? 32:274-277 AP '42 
RYDER THOMAS £• 

A Scale Conversion Slide for Your GFT. 33:926,927 D '43 



S-2 

Direct-Support Battalion S-2 In Action, from Experience Gained In the Tunisian Campaign. 

Percy W. Thompson LT COL FA 33:883-885 D '43 

German Background for Practicing S-2's. John R. Lovell LT COL CA 32:852-856 N '42 

The Occupational S-2 Goes Underground. Bryce F. Denno LT COL INF 38:115 MY-JE '48 

Training Artillery Intelligence Personnel. Article 31:239-242 AP '41 
S-4 

S-4 Problem (Quiz). John H. Sampson, Jr. LT COL FA 32:233,246 MR '42 
SABOTAGE 

Rag Mine. Article 33:835 N '43 
SACHS MARSHALL 

The Infantry-Artillery Team. 31:779,780 0 '41 
SACKTON, FRANK J. 

Battle Notes of Division Artillery on Luzon. 35:539,540 SE '45 
SAFETY BELTS 

Safety Straps. Article 33:509 JL '43 
SAFETY OFFICER 

More on Being a Safety Officer. Jerome S. Mclntee LT FA 34:310,311 MY '44 

The Safety Officer. Samuel C. M/er LT FA 34:117-119 F '44 

The Vanishing Yellow Helmet. Jon Porter LTC FA 44:12-17 MR-AP '76 


SAFETY REGULATIONS 

The New Safety Regulations. George V. Keyser LT COL FA 31:748-750 0 '41 
SAINT BARBARA. See BARBARA, SAINT 
SAINT-LO BREAKTHROUGH (UNI I). 1944 

Resume of Action of the 18th FA Bn. Article 35:279,281 MY '45 
SAKISHIPM ISLANDS 

The Pescadores and Sakishima Islands. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:457-460 AG '45 
SALERNO (NNII), 1943 


A Fiflht, Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 35:156-160 MR '45 
A New Fighting Team. P.C. Meachem CAPT 34:778-780 N 44 


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SALMON. JOHN D. 1900- 

Adjustment With High Performance Planes. 34:751,752 N '44 
SALONIMER, DAVID J. 

The Downrange Agent. 43:14-17 SE-0 ‘75 
SALTPETER MINING 

Caves and the War of 1812. George F. Jackson 38:217-219 SE-0 '48 
SALUTES 

General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. Feature 37:309 SE-0 '47 
SAMMET, GEORGE, JR. 

Combat Communication. 35:221,222 AP '45 
Intra-CP Communications. 34:605,606 SE '44 
SAMOILOV, BORIS 

How Artillery Captured a Town. 35:366,367 JE '45 
SAMOUCE. WARREN A. 

"Sounds a Little British? You're Bloody Right." 44:20,21,33 JL-AG '76 
SAMOUCE, WELLINGTON A. 1903- 

Draft Remount Training. 30:367-372 SE-0 '40 
SAMPSON, JOHN H., JR. 1902- 

Ammunition Supply: An Illustrative Problem. 32:115,168,169 F '42 
S-4 Problem (Quiz). 32:233,246 MR '42 
SAMSONOV. F.A. 

Artillery in the Breakthrough of a Defense Zone. 34:242-245 AP '44 
Artillery on the Offensive. 33:584,585 AG '43 
Soviet Artillery Groups. 36:30-31 JA '46 
SARANTAKES, JOHN E. 1940- 

Company E, 1st Battalion, 29th Infantry. 42:26,27 N-D '74 
SARATOGA (AMERICAN REVOLUTION), 1777 

Orders Are Not for Pigeonholes. Jerome Kearful 39:265 N-D '49 
"SARKIE" 

Artillery in Tank Support. 33:179,180 MR '43 
SAVICH, OVADY 

Repulsing Tank Attack by Fire From Open Positions. 32:850,851 N '42 
SAWYER. JOHN A. 

Scramble Revisited. 42:44,45 MR-AP '74 
SCALES, ROBERT H., JR. 1944- 

Artillery in Villages. 43:42-44 JL-AG '75 
SCHMELZ, R.W. 

A Use of the Bazooka. 33:805-808 N '43 
SCHMIDT, C.T. 

German Assaults Upon Permanent Fortifications. 31:360-364 JE '41 
SCHMIDT. CARL THEODORE, 1906- 

Our First Air OP-Aerial Observation, Model of 1861. 38:22-25 JA-F '48 
SCHMIDT, ROBERT D. 

Corps Artillery Group Operations. 34:818,819 D '44 
North African Jottings. 33:652 SE '43 
SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM. MRS. 

More Than a Helpmate. 42:28,29 MR-AP '74 
SCHNEIDER. WILLIAM H. 1934- 

Fire Support for the Air Cavalry Combat Brigade. 43:18-24 SE-0 *75 
SCHNEIDER-KOSTALSKI, ? 

Tank Battle. 31 : 769-772 0 '41 
SCHOLZ,? 

Use of Training Film in the German Army. 33:674,675 SE *43 
SCHONENBERG. JOHN J.. JR. 

The Rocket Field Artillery Battalion. 35:515-522 SE '45 
SCHULTZ. MARION H. 

Boresighting. 34:295-297 MY *44 
SCHURMAN, J.V. 

Use of Mil-Gridded Oblique Photographs. 35:161-166 MR '45 
SCHWOLBE ? 

Adventure at Jussey. 31*307-309 MY '41 
SCIENCE 

Article. 32:479 JE '42 


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SCORPION STAFF 

Garigllano Mission. 35:359-361 JE '45 
SCOTT, ERNEST D. 1872- 

Gunner in Luzon, Flanking Operation, 1899 Style, Part IV. 30:209-221 MY-JE '40 
Gunner In Luzon, Morong Expedition, Part V. 30:300-305 JL-AG '40 
Gunner In Luzon, Open Warfare, 1899 Style, Part III. 30:120-128 MR-AP '40 
Gunner In Luzon, South Line-Zapote River, Part Vi. 30:384-393 SE-0 '42 
Gunner In Luzon, Trench Warfare, 1899 Style, Part II. 30:38-45 JA-F '40 
Gunner in Luzon, Young's Expedition, Conclusion. 30:478-484 N-D '40 
SCOVILLE, W.A. 

Conmunlcatlon Problems. 32:383-386 MY '42 
SCR- 784, RADAR SET 

Photo. 38: Cover N-D '48 
SEARCHLIGHTS ^ 

Searchlights, How Can They Help Us. Joseph H. Harrison LT COL FA 38:70-72 MR-AP '48 
SEARS, HAYDEN ADRIANCE, 1899- 

Armor and Mobility. 37:300-302 SE-0 '47 
SECOND FRONT (WWII) 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:937-942 D '42 
SECURITY, MILITARY. See MILITARY SECURITY 
SEDAN (WWII), 1940 

The Field Artillery Journal's Military Commentator Reports on the Breakthrough at Sedan. 
Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:70-78 F '41 

Panzers Across the Meuse, a Modern Example of an Attack Against a River Line. Feature 
31:194-203 AP '41 
SEIDEL, EDWARD G. 

Care of Separate Loading Ammunition. 34:340 JE '44 
Counterbattery-Right Now. 34:515 AG '44 

Dirty Work at the Crossroads, (Firing Tables). 34:412,413 JL '44 
SEITHER, ? 

The Modern Antitank Gun. 34:150-152 MR '44 
SELBERT, EDWIN J. 

Bessel (Italian) Resection. 32:922.923 D *42 
SELF DISCIPLINE 

Survival. Article 32:173 F '42 
SELF-PROPELLING WEAPONS 

Combatting Self-propelled Artillery. V. Ivanov COL USSR 43:54-58 JA-F '75 
Self-Propelled Artillery. Article 31:427-429 JE '41 
CLASSIFICATION 

Report on the Field Artillery Conference. Louis E. Hibbs MAJ GEN 36:408-409 JL '46 
SEMYONOV. N. 

How a Tactical Error Was Corrected. 32:961 D '42 
SENED STATION (WWII), 1943 

Armored Artillery at Sened Station. Orville W. Martin COL FA 33:569-572 AG '43 
SENSORS 

Sensor Receives Patent. Article 44:44 JA-F '76 
SEVASTOPOL II (WWII), 1941-42 

The Greatest Gun. Robert Edwards MAJ FA 42:30-38 MY-JE '74 
SEVASTOPOL II (WWII), 1942 

Russo-German War, the Siege of Sevastopol, Part VI. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:840-845 
N '42 

SEWARD, EDMOND W. 

Short-Notice Combat. 35:166 MR '45 
SHAEFER, HENRY Y. 

Annapolis, U.S.A. 36:355 JE '46 
SHAFER, HENRY LEE, 1901 

The Fire-Support Coordination Center. 38:156-159 JL-AG '48 
SHAH, MALCOLM, JR. 

True Coordinates for More Accurate Reinforcing Fires. 34:638 SE '44 
SHAH, ROGER 

America's Oldest. 34:381 JE '44 


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SHEA, WILLIAM LEO, 1929- 

Challenge the Conmnder Too. 42:20,21 MY-JE '74 
SHEAHAN, CHARLES C. 

Leyte Liaison. 35:391 JL '45 
SHELL CRATER ANALYSIS. See CRATER ANALYSIS 
SHELL REPORT 

Article. 34:377 JE '44 

Shell Crater Analysis for Location and Identification of Enemy Artillery. Lee 0. Rostenberg 
MAJ FA 34:738-744 N '44 

SHELL SEPARATORS. See Also AMMUNITION-SHELL SEPARATORS 
SHELLS 

Plans for Shell Separator. Article 34-299 MY '44 
105-MM HOW 

Shell Separator, Again. Article 34:529 AG '44 
SHELTON, JOHN R. 

The Warlock. 44:48-50 MY-JE '76 
SHEPARD, FREDERICK C. 

Coordination of Air OP's. 35:402-404 JL '45 
SHERIDAN, EMMETT H. 

Azimuth From Astronomical Observation. 35:689,690 N '45 
SHERMAN, DANIEI H. 

Rapid Camouflage. 33:202,203 MR '43 
SHEROVER, MAX 

Light Over Babel. 38:258-261 N-O '48 
SHINN, LEO B. 

Stop Fighting the Japanese. 36:528,529 SE '46 
SHINN, RONALD W. 

Evolution the F.O., My Beautiful Balloon. 44:9-12 N-D '76 
SHIP CONVOYS 

Bright Lights. Riley F. Ennis LT COL GSC 32:41-45 JA '42 
SHIP SINKINGS 

U.S.A.T. Royal T. Frank, Requiescat In Pace . Ida Calhoun Burritt 32:911,912 D '42 
SHOFFNER, WILSON A. 

The Time Has Come. 44:46-53 JA-F '76 
SHREVE R B 

A CP Table for Div Arty Operations Section. 34:578-580 AG '44 
SHUTTER, ARNOLD W. 1890- 

"The Duck-Billed Platypus." Poem 30:383 SE-0 '42 
SIAGL (SURVEY INSTRUMENT AZIMUTH GYRO LIGHTWEIGHT) 

SIAGL Slated to Replace Able. Feature 42:20 N-O '74 
SICILIAN CAMPAIGN 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:654-661 SE '43 
SICILY (WWII), 1943 

Primo Sole. Article 33:897 D '43 
SIDI BOU ZID (WWII), 1943 

Battle of Sidl Bou Zid: 15 Feb 43. Edwin H. Burba LT COL FA 33:643,644 SE '43 
S1d1 Bou Zid to Sbeltla, Feb. 14-17, 1973. E. H. Burba LT COL FA 34:8-13 JA '44 
SIDI REZEGH (WWII), 1941 

As Headquarters Saw It. Alexander Clifford 32:749 0 '42 
Personal Experiences. James Tasker MAJ 32:744-746 0 '42 
SIDORENKO, A.A. 

The Offensive, a Glimpse of Modern Soviet Artillery Tactics. 42:32-45 JL-AG '74 
SIEGES 

Russo-German War, the Siege of Sevastopol, Part VI. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:840- 
845 N '42 

SIGHTS 

Boresighting. Marlon H. Schultz MAJ FA 34:295-297 MY '44 
Boresighting Device to Retire Test Target. Feature 43:50 JA-F '75 
Improvised Sight for FA Trainer. Fred C. Lundberg MAJ FA 32:644 AG '42 
In Search of the Illusive Green Ball. Richard M. Stroud MAJ FA 44:7-9 JA-F '76 
SIGHTS, PANORAMIC 

Boresighting. William C. Huggins COL FA 36:212-218 AP '46 
Practice Panoramic Sight. Donald Q. Harris LT COL FA 32:862-864 N '42 

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SIGNAL COfmUNICATION. See COMMUNICATION 
SIKES, ROBERT L.F. 1906- 

Tacflre Meets the AN/TPQ-37. Feature 43:29 JL-AG '75 
SIMPSON GUN SITE, FT. SILL, OK. 

Morris S. Simpson. Robert M. Danford MAJ GEN 34:765-767 N '44 
SIMPSON, MORRIS S. 1883-1931 

Morris S. Simpson. Robert M. Danford MAJ GEN 34:765-767 N '44 
SIMS, LYNN L. 

Yesterday's Artillery, Colonial Cannon Procurement. 42:5 MY-JE '74 
Yesterday's Artillery, Crew Service and Methods of Fire. 42:65 N-D '74 
Yesterday's Artillery, 200 Years Ago, July-August 1775. 43:60-61 JL-AG '75 
Yesterday's Artillery, 200 Years Ago, May-June 1775. 43:60,61 MY-JE '75 
SIMS, ROBERT H. 1934- 

Target Those Tanks. 41:4-7 JL '73 
SING, SU 

Artillery Security In the Jungle. 34:365,366 JE '44 
SISSON, H.M. 

VE Transfers. 34:455,456 JL '44 

SITE 

Antitank Fire With Minus Site. William P. Francisco LT FA 31:370-372 JE '41 
Firing Site Chart. Frank H. Skelly LT COL FA 34:618 SE '44 
Site and Comp Site Slide Rule. Frank Townsend MAJ FA 34:619 SE '44 
SKELLY, FRANK H. 

Aiming Post Deflection Correction Table for 155-mm Gun Ml. 34:54,542 AG '44 
Firing Site Chart. 34:618 SE '44 
A Site Computer. 33:534,535 JL '43 

SLEEP 

The Unbeatable Secret Weapon. Melvin Goodman 38:274,275 N-D '48 
SLESAREV P. 

Self-Propelled Artillery Versus Tanks. 34:787,788 N *44 

11$ ^ |ij 

The Instructor's Lament. 36:498 SE '46 
SlOVER, ROBERT HENRY, 1913- 

Mllltary Government-A Principle of Modern Warfare. 39:164-166 JL-AG '49 
SMALL ARMS 

Close Combat Firing With Field Artillery Small Arms. Article 33:57-59 JA '43 
SMIDT, ORVILLE B. 1943- 

TEC (Training Extension Course) Is Here. 43:30-33,38 JA-F '75 
SMIRNOV V 

Artillery Offensive. 34:788,789 N '44 
Self-Propelled Guns In an Offensive. 35:94 F '45 
SMITH, ALLEN J. 

Corps Artillery Llalslon Officers. 35:542-544 SE '45 
SMITH, EDWARD C. 

Graphic Computer. 33:577-583 AG '43 
SMITH, HENRY B. 

Problems of Personnel Administration In Combat. 34:106-108 F '44 
SMITH, HOWARD A., JR. 

Among Those Baptized. 34:214,215 AP '44 
SMITH, ROBERT BRUCE, 1920- 

FDC Simplicity. 39:73-75 MR-AP '49 
SMITH, WALTER H. BEDELL, 1895-1961 

Nature Abhors a Vacuum. 36:500,501 SE '46 
SMITH, WOODROW M. 1916- 

A Summary of Tunisia. 33:836 N '43 

SMOKE 

Smoke Technique. Joseph R, Couch LT COL FA 33:759 0 '43 
SMOKE SCREENS 

Smoke. L. Kirk Lewis CPT FA 43:44,45,51 SE-0 '75 

Support Fire and Maneuver With Smoke. Kirk L. Lewis MAJ FA 44:45-49 N-D '76 

Use of White Phosphorus Against Tanks. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:411 JL '44 « 

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SMOKE SHELL 

Base-Ejection Smoke. Shell -Addenda. Article 34:162 MR '44 
B.E. (Base Ejection) Smoke. Article 34:744 N '44 
Shell, Semi-Fixed, Smoke, B.E., 105-nin. , M84. Article 33:352,353 MY '43 
Tactical Use of Base-Ejection Smoke Shell. Walter E. Burrell LT COL CA 33:745-748 0 '43 
Use of Base-Ejection Smoke Shell. Article 34:257 AP '44 
SMYTH, EUGENE R. 

Fighting the Nips, With 105's. 35:529-534 SE '45 
SNIDER, CLYDE W. 

A Better Way to Mass the Battalion. 34:219 AP '44 
SNOW, WILLIAM JOSIAH, 1868-1947 
Biography. 32:0,1 JA '42 
Can We Arm? 30:163-165 MY-OE '40 

Field Artillery Firing Centers, Origins of Camps Knox, Bragg, and Taylor. 30:447-455 
N-D '40 

The First Chief of Field Artillery. 30:2-14 JA-F '40 

The First Chief of Field Artillery, Formulation of a General Training Scheme, Part II. 
30:97-106 MR-AP '40 

Gun Procurement, the French 75 Millimeter Gun (The "Soixante Quinze"). 31:299-304 MY '41 

Honoring Artillerymen, Obituary. 37:112,113 MR-AP '47 

Leader or Adviser? 31:36,37 JA '41 

Origin of the Field Artillery School. 31:100-109 F '42 

Origins of the Field Artillery Association. 37:42,43,59-63 JA-F '47 

Rise and Fall of the American "75." 31:218-223 AP '41 

Signposts of Experience, Building New Field Artillery Units. 30:341-345 SE-0 '40 
Signposts of Experience, Training, Personnel, Promotion, Conclusion. 31:646-654 SE '41 
Training for War. 30:249-260 JL-AG '40 
Uncommon Artillerymen, Biography. 36:323,356 JE '46 
Wartime Procurement of Field Artillery Materiel. 31:167-170 MR '41 
Wartime Production, Ammunition. 41:467-471 JL '41 
Wartime Production. Steel and Guns. 31:548-553 AG '41 
Wartime Production, the British 75 Millimeter Gun. 31:379-387 JE '41 
SOFFER, LEWIS R. 

Angle of Site Computer. 35:20 JA '45 
An Ml 2 Battalion In Combat. 35:29-31 JA '45 
SOLDIERS 

The Best Weapon. Francis Head Hacker 39:186 JL-AG '49 

The Professional Soldier and Criticism. Burgo D. 6111 MAJ CA 31:619,620 AG '42 
SOLDIER'S MEDAL 

Award of Soldier's Medal. Articles: 30:14 JA-F '40; 30:33 JA-F '40 
SOLEM, ARTHUR E. 1902- 

Suggestions for Equitation Instructors. 31:171-177 MR '41 
SOLF, WALDEMAR ALEXANDER. 1913- 

Flash, Our Secret Weapon. 37:170 MY-JE '47 
SOLOMON ISLANDS 

The Solomon Islands. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:101-108 F '43 
SOMERVILLE. DUNCAN S. 1906- 

Corps and Nondivislonal Artillery. I: 34:516-520 AG '44; II: 34:622-624 SE '44 
SOMME (WWI I ) , 1 940 

Forcing the Somme. Relnicke MAJ 6ER 31:612-618 AG '42 
SONGS. MILITARY. See MILITARY SONGS 
S.O.P. (STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE) 

Beware of These. Article 34:131 F *44 
S.O.P. Norman P. Morrow COL FA 34:36 JA *44 
SOTH, LAUREN K. 

Cassino of the Pacific, 76th Division Artillery Against Strongly-Fortified Okinawa. 35: 
465-467 AG '45 

When Your Outfit Moves by Rail. 34:563-565 AG '44 

SOUND 

Sound and Fragment Adjustment. Jay D. Vanderpool CAPT FA 34:458-462 JL '44 
SOUND RANGING. See RANGING. SOUND 
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ARMY-ARTILLERY 1st SA BDE 

Desert Victory, the 1st South African Brigade, November, 1941, by Its Then Commander. 

Feature 32:750-753 0 '42 
SOUTHEAST ASIA C0^t1AN0 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 33:216-225 MR '43; 35:748-756 
0 '45; 36:39-48 JA '46; 36:109-117 F '46; 36:163-172 MR '46; 36:231-240 AP '46; 36:590- 
598 0 '46; 37:44-52 JA-F '47; 38:231-239 SE-0 '48; 38:277-286 N-D '48; 39:30-39 JA-F '49; 
39:82-91 MR-AP '49; 39:126-135 MY-JE '49; 39:176-185 JL-AG '49; 39:224-234 SE-0 '49; 
39:269-278 N-D '49; 40:32-41 JA-F '50; 40:79-87 MR-AP '50; 40:130-139 MY-JE '50 
SOUTHWEST PACIFIC 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: 32:859-861 N '42; 33:12-17 JA '43; 
33:143-149 F '43; 33:216-225 MR '43; 33:268-276 AP '43; 33:332-340 MY '43 
SPADE, ARTILLERY. See \RTILLERY SPADE 
SPAIN (19 MAR-18 APR '46) 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 36:365-372 JE '46 
ARMY-ARTILLERY 

Article. 30:232-235 MY-JE '40 
HISTORY 

An Eighteenth Century Spanish Military Camp In Panama. Ralph Z. Kirkpatrick 31:295,296 
MY '41 

SPANISH AMERICAN WAR, 1898. See WARS-U.S.-SPANISH-AMERICAN, 1898,99 
SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1936-39. See WARS-SPAIN-CIVIL WAR, 1936-39 
SPANN, FREDERICK C. 

Field Expedients In Radio Communications In Italy. 35:301 MY '45 
SPAULDING, OLIVER LYMAN, 1875- 

Artlllery Episode, Revolutionary War, the Beginnings of our Artillery, Washington and 
Knox; Boston and Ticonderoga. 30:206-208 MY-JE '40 
SPECIAL OPERATIONS. See TACTICS-SPECIAL OPERATIONS 
SPEECHES. See ADDRESSES 
SPOTTING 

Air OP Causes Trouble. Feature 36:271 MY '46 

Airplane Shoots Via Signals, FAJ July-August 1924. Carlos Brewer MAJ 42:8,62 JL-AG '74 
Guadalcanal Letter. James J. Herlot LT COL FA 33:748 0 '43 
SPRENGLING, G. 

How Eben Emael Was Taken. 31:358,359 JE '41 
STAFFORO RHRFRT ^TFU&RT 1Q1Q. 

Behind the Scene With the Target Grid. 39:100-102 MY-JE '49; 39:196,197 SE-0 '49; 40:4-7 
JA-F '50 

STALINGRAD (WWII), 1942-43 

Artillery In the Defense of Stalingrad. "Esen" (of the Polish Artillery) 34:343-345 JE '44 
The Autumn, 1942, Campaign In Russia. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:186-194 MR '43 
STANCZYK, A. 

An All-Around Aid for the Computer. 34:662 SE '44 
STATION LIST. See U.S. ARMY-STATION LIST 
STEED, EMIL E. 

"The i^connendatlons of the CSSG Are Right on Target." 44:19,20 JL-AG '76 

STEEL 

Wartime Production, Steel and Guns. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:548-553 AG '41 
STEFANIS, GUISEPPE de 

Artillery of Armored Divisions. 30:350-354 SE-0 '40 
STEGI^IER ROBERT H 

winning the West. I: 44:52-54 MR-AP '76; II: 44:37-39 MY-JE '76; III: 44:51,52 JL-AG '76; 
IV: 44:38-41 SE-0 '76; V: 44:58-61 N-D '76 
STEIGER, HENRY W. 

The Swiss Army. 31:574-578 AG '41 
STERN, ALLAN R. 1934- 

Do We Need a Multiple Rocket Launcher? 42:25-28 JL-AG '74 
STEHINIUS, EDWARD REILLY, JR. 1900-1949 

Report on the United Nations. 36:279-282 MY '46 
STEVENS, RONALD B. 1935- 

FA Supports Division Covering Force. 43:42-45 N-D '75 
STEWARD, HAL D. 

Artillery of the Future. 36:332-333 JE '46 


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STEWARD. HAROLD D. 

Jap 120 Versus Japs. 35:538 SE '45 
STINGEL, DONALD E. 

Serviceman's Tax Guide. 33:701-704 SE *43 
STin, N.S.P. 

In Italy. 34:280,281 MY '44 
STODDARD, LINCOLN 

"Guadalcanal Chantey." Song 33:681 SE '43 
STORKE, HARRY PURNELL, 1905- 

As We Merge. 37:114-117 MR-AP '47 
The Counterbattery Officer. 37:360,361 N-D '47 
STRATEGY 

The Big Problem. Riley Sunderland LT FA 33:2-4 JA '43 

The New Tactics, Concl. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:354-358 MY '43 

Seversky: Air Power, Nickerson: Not Enough. Hoffman Nickerson 32:543-549 JL '42 

Soviet Artillery VS. Nazi Artillery. Alexander Petrov MAJ USSR 32:915-917 D '42 

Strategy of the War. Article 36:562,563 0 '46 

The Triumph of the Gun, Part II. Hoffman Nickerson 32:212-217 MR '42 

Why Hitler Attacked Russia, the Real Significance of the German Attack. Andrew M. 

Kamarck LT FA 32:675-679 SE '42 
STRAHON, CHARLES W. 1903- 

Air op's in New Guinea. 34:767 N '44 
STRONG, EVERT E. 

Thala Engagement: February 21-24, 1943. 33:573 AG '43 

STROUD, RICHARD M. 1940- 

In Search of the Illusive Green Ball. 44:7-9 JA-F '76 

You're in Good Hands With FAMSEG (FA Missile Systems Evaluation Group). 43:38,39 MY-JE '75 
STUDY HABITS 

Mobilizing Your Thoughts, Part I-The Elements of a Study Situation. W.P. Woodruff MAJ FA 
34:301-303 MY '44 

Mobilizing Your Thoughts, Part Il-Study Procedure. W.P. Woodruff MAJ FA 34:386-388 JE '44 
STURTEVANT, W.M. 

French Corps Artillery and Counterbattery. 30:429-434 N-D '40 
SUBCALIBER 

Subcaliber, Signal Mountain Transplanted. M.H. Williams SGT 32:640,641 AG '42 
SUBCALIBER MOUNT 

More on the Dol-Luc Mount. Article 32:681 SE '42 
SUBCALIBER RANGE 

The 108th Field Artillery Trainer. Louis B. Ely MAJ FA 31:49-53 JA '41 
SUBORDINATES 

Relationship With Subordinates. Feature 36:533 SE '46 
SUBWAY 

An England-France Subway. Frank W. Ball 38:276 N-D '48 
SUCHOFF, BENJAMIN 

Factors in Good Morale. 32:646,647 AG '42 
SULU ARCHIPELAGO 

Below Luzon. Edward Kraus MAJ FA: 32:796-803 0 '42; 32:829-835 N '42 
The Sulu Archipelago. Conrad H Lanza COL 35:99-102 F '45 
SUMATRA 

Sumatra. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 34:439-443 JL '44 
SUNDERLAND, RILEY 

The Big Problem. 33:2-4 JA '43 
SUPPLY 

Army Supply Methods. A. Karyakin MAJ GEN USSR 32:958 D '42 
He Knew the Regulations. Article 32:114 F '42 

S-4 Problem (Quiz). John H. Sampson. Jr. LT COL FA 32:233,246 MR '42 
Supply Discipline. Article 34:680 0 '44 
SUPPORT, ARTILLERY. See ARTILLERY SUPPORT 
SUPPORTING FIRES 

FA Supports Division Covering Force. Ronald B. Stevens LTC FA 43:42-45 N-D '75 
Fire Support for the Air Cavalry Combat Brigade. William H. Schneider COL FA 43:18-24 
SE-O '75 


SUROYK. E.E. 

Italian Glimpses. 34:129 F '44 
SURPRISE 

Article. 30:33 JA-F '40 
SURRENDER 

Ethics of Surrender. Willis C. Rowe CAPT INF 36:460,461 AG '46 

The Fall of Belgium, the Surrender, Part III. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:558-567 AG '41 
SURVEY, AREA. See OBSERVATION, AERIAL 
SURVEY, ARTILLERY. See ARTILLERY SURVEY 
SURVIVAL 

Captured. William S. Reeder, Jr. CPT FA 42:44-49 N-D '74 

A Challenge to all. Battlefield Survivability. James W. Oearlove MAJ FA 43:52,53 JL-AG '75 
SWAMPS 

Artillery In Wooded Swamps. A. Zapadov MAJ USSR 35:365,366 JE '45 
SWEGER, JOHN B. 

Aqua-Blitzing: 32:28-30 JA '42; 32:948-951 0 '42 
SWITCHBOARDS 

A Wire I.P. Norman Locksley MAJ FA 34:157 MR '44 
SWITZERLAND 

Switzerland Surrounded. Article 32:484,485 JE '42 
ARMY 

The Swiss System. Article 33:66,67 JA '43 

The Swiss Army. Henry W. Steiger 31:574-578 AG '41 
ARTILLERY 

Swiss Method. Article 32:219,220 MR '42 
SYMBOLS, MILITARY. See MILITARY SYMBOLS 
SYMONS ARTHUR 

with the Other Arms and Services, Coast Artillery, V. 31:783-787 0 '41 



*T2- 

Notes for Fledgling Swanners. 42:42,43,62 MR-AP '74 
Notes for Young Conferees. 41:11-13 0-N '73 

Notes for Young Intelligence Offlers (Internal Security Operations). 42:58,59 JL-AG '74 
TABER, ROBERT CLINTON, 1917- 

Nondlvlslonal Artillery in Burma. 36:152-156 MR '46 
TABLES OF ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT 

Armored Artillery In the Team. Ralph M. Click MAJ FA 39:168-171 JL-AG '49 
Article. 30:488 N-0 '40 

Corps and Army Artillery, Part One. Paul E. Pigue MAJ CAC 40:11-13 JA-F '50 

Corps and Army Artillery-Addenda. Paul E. Pigue 40:55,56 MR-AP '50 

The Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Part I. Article 38:252-257 N-D '48 

Field Artillery Organization, Armored Force. Francis A. Donlat COL FA 31:146-153 MR '41 

The New Armored Division, Part One. Landon G. Cox LT COL CAV ET AL 39:218-220 SE-0 '49 

The New Armored Division, Conclusion. Landon G. Cox LT COL 39:254-257 N-D '49 

On to Berlin. Ernest J. Whitaker MAJ FA 34:784,785 N '44 

Organization of the New Infantry Division. George McCutchen LT COL FA £1 ^ 39:199-201 
SE-0 '49 

T/0 A T/E's for FA as of 4 FEB 44. Article 34:193 MR '44 
T/Os A T/E's for FA as of 25 Oct 44. Article 34:847 D '44 

T/0 A E's for FA as of 10 Apr 45. Article 35:358 JE '45 

T/0 A E's for FA as of 15 Sept 45. Article 35:672 N '45 

Trends In Field Artillery Organization A Equipment. Articles: 34:693 0 '44; 34:768 N '44; 

34:840 D '44; 35:10 JA '45; 35:95 F '45; 35:160 MR '45; 35:235 AP '45; 35:308 MY '45; 

35:325 JE *45; 35:412 JL '45; 35:480 AG '45; 35:565 SE '45; 35:604,605 0 '45; 35:679,680 
N '45: 35:49 JA '46 

Whet About the Service Battery? Angus Rudledge LT FA 32:274-277 AP '42 ; 

Vour New Field Artillery Organization. William A. Hadfleld LT COL FA 39:244-249 N-D '49 ^ 


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TACFIRE (TACTICAL FIRE DIRECTION SYSTEM) 

Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 43:6 JL-AG '75 
The Journal Interviews MG Albert B. Crawford. Feature 43:38-41 JL-AG '75 
Tacfire. Gerald G. James CPT FA 43:28-33 JL-AG '75 
Tacfire Meets the AN/TPQ-37. Feature 43:29 JL-AG '75 
Tacfire Training Update. Article 44:47,50 MY-JE '76 
TACTICAL FIRE DIRECTION SYSTEM. See "TACFIRE" 

TACTICS 

The Advance. W.R. Young CAPT RA 34:321-324 MY '44 
Antidote for Blitzkrieg. George B. Barth MAJ FA 30:262,263 JL-AG '40 
Antitank Training, by a British Anny Artillery Officer. 33:587,588 AG '43 
Armored Artillery Action. Lowell M. Riley COL FA 34:179 MR '44 
Article. 33:672 SE '43 

Artillery in Defense of a Coast Line. William S. Nye LT COL FA 32:450-454 JE '42 
Artillery Tactics. Feature 37:242-247 JL-AG '47 
As Skirmishers. Edward A. Raynnnd MAJ FA 34:507-510 AG '44 

Cooperation in the Red Arny, as Viewed by the Soviet Press. Article 656-658 SE '44 

Fifty Guns. A. I. Akram LT GEN PAK 43:54-59 MY-JE '75 

Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 43:6 JL-AG '75 

German Rear Guards. G.D.W. Court LT COL MC 34:154 MR '44 

GHQ Test I to the Rescue. Donald B. Harriott COL FA 35:686-689 N '45 

Japanese Tactics. Articles: I: 32:178-183 MR '42; II: 32:289-294 AP '42 

The New Tactics Part I. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:261-265 AP '43 

The New Tactics, Conclusion. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:354-358 MY '43 

Notes From the Field Artillery School. Article 30:435,436 N-D '40 

On Behalf of the General Mission. I. Panevin COL USSR ET AL 43:20-26 JL-AG '75 

Return of the Guns. E.C. Anstey BRIG RA 34:196,197 MR ''T4 

Self-Propelled Artillery Versus Tanks. P. Slesarev LT COL USSR 34:787,788 N '44 

Stop Fighting the Japanese. Leo B. Shinn CAPT USMC 36:528,529 SE '46 

A Tactician's Paradise. Riley F. Ennis LT COL INF 32:122-127 F '42 

Tactics of Ambush. Pavel Rizin COL USSR 32:959 D '42 

Wedge and Kessel, German Tactics Against the Russians. Article 31:810-817 N '41 
POSITION WARFARE 

Decisive Lateral Repositioning. Howard G. Guffey COL FA 44:6-10 MR-AP '76 
Occupation of Position by Service Battery. David M. Levy CAPT FA 33:705,706 SE '43 
Selecting Positions Among Mountains. Article 34:406,407 JL '44 
Tunisian Position Areas. Article 33:576 AG '43 
RUSSIA 

Artillery In the Breakthrough of a Defense Zone. F.A. Samsonov MAJ GEN USSR 34:242-245 
AP '44 

The Offensive, a Glimpse of Modern Soviet Artillery Tactics. A.A. Sidorenko COL USSR 42: 
32-45 JL-AG '74 

SPECIAL OPERATIONS 

Jungle Warfare. Edward A. Raymond LT FA 32:144-146 F '42 
TACTICS-SURPRISE. See AMBUSH 
TAMMINEN, DAVID L. 

How to Defend Outnumbered and Win. 44:39-43 MR-AP '76 
TANK DESTROYERS 

Adjusting Tank Destroyers by Quadrant. Henry L. Davisson MAJ FA 34:23 JA '44 

Brassing Off Kraut. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:694-698 0 '44 

Employment of Tank Destroyer Units. Guy S. Meloy, Jr. LT COL INF 33:109-111 F *43 

Employment of Tank Destroying Cannon. "B.T.B." 33:28-30 JA *43 

A New Fighting Team. P.C. Meachem CAPT 34:778-780 N '44 

Prescription for an All-out War. Paul B. Bell LT COL FA 34:95 F '44 

Proper Use and Abuse of Tank Destroyers. Eugene T. Obom LT FA 35:398,399 JL '45 

Seeing Is Believing. Donald G. Merritt LT FA 33:668,669 SE '43 

Slugging It Out. Edward A. Raymond MM FA 34:14-20 JA '44 

Tank Destroyers Against Japan. Allerton Cushman LT COL 36:70-73 F '46 

Tank Destroyers as Assault Guns. John Lemp COL FA 35:244,245 AP '45 

Tank Destroyers at Work, Without the Book. R.L. McNelly LT COL FA 35:396-398 JL '45 

Tank Destroyers In the Roer River Crossing. Paul B. Bell COL FA 35:497,498 AG '45 

TD Fundamentals. J.M. Colbuck COL 33:456,457 JE '43 


TD's Approach Maturity. J.P. Barney, Jr. LT COL FA 34:775-778 N '44 
Utilizing Tank Destroyers as Artillery. Ernest C. Hatfield MAJ CAV 35:495-497 AG '45 
TANK IDENTIFICATION 

Teaching Enemy Tank Identification. Robert B. Rigg LT CAV 32:666-668 SE '42 

TANKS 

ABC Method of Mass Tank Fire. Sydney S. Combs CAPT FA 34:281 MY '44 
Annd Arty Incidents. Article 33:644 SE '43 

Artillery Support of Tanks. Charles N. Tupper CAPT FA 30:65-70 JA-F '40 
Fighting the Panzers. Jean DuPont LT FR 31:538-543 AG '41 

Heavy Self-Propelled Guns In Tank Battles. G. Khalnatskll LT COL USSR 36:24-25 JA '46 
iDinoblllzIng Tank Maneuvers. N. Gavrilenko MAJ GEN USSR 32:846,847 N '42 
"Jinx." Article 34:812 D '44 

M551 Slated for Improvement. Article 44:32 MR-AP '76 

Men In Armor, Personal Experiences of German Tank Commanders. Article 30:346-349 SE-0 '40 
Men In Armor, Tanks Before Warsaw. Article 30:465-468 N-D '40 
New Medium Tank. Article 31:372 JE '41 

Panzers Across the Meuse, a Modern Example of an Attack Against a River Line. Feature 
31:194-203 AP '41 

Smashing the Panzers. H. Rowan-Roblnson MAJ GEN RA 33:25-27 JA '43 
The Tank and Its Adversary. Robert 0. Hanson CAPT INF 33:501-505 JL '43 
Tank Battle. Schnelder-Kostalski CAPT GER 31:769-772 0 '41 
Tank Destroyers Against Japan. Allerton Cushman LT COL 36:70-73 F '46 
Tanks In a Forest Battle. P. Vegerchuk LT COL USSR 32:960,961 0 '42 
Use of White Phosphorus Against Tanks. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:411 JL '44 
XMI Prototypes Accepted. Article 44:34,35 MR-AP '76 
TAPHORN, JAMES G. 

The Polaris Method. 44:8-12 JL-AG '76 
TAQUEY, CHARLES H. 

A "Frog" at Fort Sill, Part One. 33:255,256 AP '43 
A "Frog" at Fort Sill, Concluded. 33:365-367 MY '43 
Mountain Guns In Today's War. 32:89-101 F *42 

War In the French Alps, a Phase of the 1940 Campaign Concerning Which Nothing Has Been 
Published In this Country. 32:31-33 JA '42 
TARAWA (WWI I ) , 1 943 

Artillery at Tarawa. P.M. Rlxey LT COL USMC 35:3-6 JA '45 
TARGET ACQUISITION 

Artillery Sniping. Article 34:764 N '44 

Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 43:22 MR-AP '75 

The Gap In Target Acquisition. Glenn Coffman MAJ FA 41:16-19 JL '73 

Initial Data From Rocket Bearings. James J. Landy LT FA 33:695 SE '43 

Letter. 42:3,61 MR-AP '74 

On Target Acquisition, Again. Arthur R. Hercz COL (RET) FA 43:35-41 N-D '75 
Target Acquisition. Letters: 42:6,7 JL-AG '74; 42:4 N-D '74 
Target Acquisition Today-Tomorrow. Donald M. Rhea COL FA 43:7-11 MR-AP '75 
Target Getting. Robert F. Hallock COL FA 36:458-459 AG '46 
Targeting for the Brigade Team. Ralph G. Rosenberg, CPT MI ET AL 42:4-6 MR-AP '74 
TAR6CT BRACKHING 

Articles: 33:641 SE '43; 33:661 SE '43 
TARGET DRILL 

Let Them Practice First. Douglas V. Johnson MAJ FA 30:261,262 JL-AG '40 
TARGET LOCATION 

APPS-1. Francis J. Monaco CPT FA 43:20-22 JA-F '75 

Behind the Scene With the Target Grid. Robert S. Stafford MAJ FA: I: 39:196,197 SE-0 '49; 
II: 40:4-7 JA-F '50 

Charts for Rapid Target Location. W.E. Howland 33:96-98 F '43 
Opinions on the Target-Grid Method. 39:153,154 JL-AG '49 

sWitaneous Fire Missions, Target-Grid System. Paul 0. Phillips LT COL FA 39:216,217 SE-C 
'49 

Targets. Article 33:615 AG '43 

Tips From Overseas-Ill. John Embry LT COL FA 34:767 N '44 

Target offsets. 

Rapid Offsets. M.M. Edson 33:759 0 '43 

target practice i 

Ri f le M a r kswa nstitp for ArtmeT7. Trevor Ni Dupuy CAPT FA /.32:, 758-760 0 '42 i 

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TARGET RANGES 

Moving Targets on Sunken Track Ranges. Dale E. Means CAPT FA 31:568-570 AG '41 
TARGET SENSING 

A Thought on Sensing. Article 30:146 MR-AP '40 
TARGETS 

Air-Rifle Subcall her. Ben Altman LT FA 33:7-9 JA '43 
Antitank Gunnery. Article 32:218,219 MR '42 

Battalion Targets of Opportunity. Lorance L. Dennis MAJ FA 34:132 F '44 
Fast Moving Targets. Oliver F. Marston MAJ FA 30:264-267 JL-AG '40 
Firing on Water-Borne Targets. John L. Denning Jr. T/4 FA 34:250,251 AP '44 
Necessity, the Mother of. Frank A. Partlow, Jr. LTC FA 44:49-51 MR-AP '76 
Target Getting and Fixing. McKenzie Hill 34:621 SE '44 
Target Those Tanks. Robert H. Sims, Jr., MAJ FA ET^ 41:4-7 JL '73 
TARGETS, AERIAL 

The Lizzard. John H. Woodberry Lt col ord 31:18,19 JA '41 
TASKER, JAMES 

Personal Experiences. 32:744-746 0 '42 
TAX 

Serviceman's Tax Guide. Donald E. Stingel CAPT ORD 33:701-704 SE '43 
TAYLOR, MAXWELL DAVENPORT, 1900- 

A Field Artilleryman as Superintendent of the U.S.M.A. Feature 35:578 0 '45 
Leading the American Soldier. 37:8-12 JA-F '47 
West Point Looks Ahead. 36:134-137 MR '46 
TAYLOR, THOMAS HARWOOD, 1908- 

The Altimeter Observed-Fire Chart. 40:10 JA-F '50 
TEA 

Article. 31:59 JA '41 
Not Sweet Enough. Article 31:338 MY '41 
TEC (TRAINING EXTENSION CORPS) 

Article. Orville B. Smidt CPT SC ET ^ 43:30-33,38 JA-F '75 
More Effect for TEC. Feature 43:30 SE-0 '75 
TECHNOLOGY 

Engineering Developments In Artillery Technology. Arnold M. Manaker 2LT FA 43:39-41 JA-F 
'75 

Technology and Civilization. Lyn T. White, Jr. 44:44-47 SE-0 '76 
TELEVISION 

Conductors for Simultaneous Transmission of Telephonic and Televisual Signals. Article 
41:527 JL '41 
TERMINOLOGY 

Comparison of Artillery Terms as Used In British and American Armies. Article 33:82 F *43 
TERRAIN BOARDS 

Chemical-Puff Terrain Board, F.A.S. Variant. Article 33:226,227 MR '43 
Here's a New Terrain Board. Joseph H. Harrison LT COL FA 38:271-273 N-D '48 
New Indoor Smoke-Puff Terrain Boards. Ralph R. Bush LT COL FA 34:112-114 F '44 
Subcallber, Signal Mountain Transplanted. M.H. Williams S6T 32:640,641 AG '42 

TESTS 

Officers' Tests-3, Prepared by the Fort Bragg Provisional Field Artillery Brigade. Article 
33:60-64 JA '43 

TET OFFENSIVE (VIETMAN WAR, 1957-1975) 1967,68 

1968, the Tet Offensive, Part V: the Hot War. David E. Ott MG 44:27-31 JA-F '76 
TETU, ROBERT G., JR. 1942- 

Aerobics. 41:14-17 0-N '73 
Fire Support Symposium. 43:52-55 SE-0 '75 
Too Valuable to Lose. 42:46-50 JL-AG *74 
THALA (WWII), L943 

Thala Engagement: February 21-24, 1943. Evert E. Strong MAJ FA 33:573 AG '43 
THATCHER, CHARLES M. 

Field Calibration. 36:617-620 N-0 '46 
THIELEN, BERNARD 

Faster Fire Direction for Light Artillery, the 1940 Prize Essay. 30:83-87 MR-AP '40 
Some Notes for Forward Observers. 32:325,326 AP '42 
THOHOLTE, KARK. 1893- 

A German Reflects Upon Artillery, Interrogation of Karl Thoholte, General der Artlllerlc, 
35:709-715 D '45 


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THOMAS. WALTER. JR. 

Counterbattery. 34:511-514 AG '44 
THOMPSON. J.W.. JR. 

FDC Connunl cations. 35:177 MR '45 
THOMPSON. LOUIS H. 

Indirect Fire at Moving Targets-A Simplified Procedure. 35:468-470 AG '45 
THOMPSON, PAUL W. 1906- 

Artlllery In Action on the Alsne on June 9. 31:305-307 MY '41 

THOMPSON. PERCY W. 1898- 

Close Support In Tunisia. 33:489-491 JL '43 

Direct-Support Battalion S-2 In Action, From Experience Gained In the Tunisian Campaign. 
33:883-885 0 '43 

THOMPSON. WILLIAM JONATHAN. 1908- 

An Amy Artillery Commander. 40:100-103 MY-JE '50 
Speech Instruction at West Point. 39:106,107 MY-JE '49 
THORNE C B 

Britain's Artillery: A Resume. 34:39 JA '44 
THORPE, ELLIOn RAYMOND, 1897- 

Call of Duty. 37:15 JA-F '47 
THREAT 

Dial an Enen^y. Article 44:55 JA-F '76 
Unclassified Threat Publications. Feature 43:46,47 N-D '75 
USAFAS' Scores. Article 44:55,56 MR-AP '76 
THREAT INSTRUCTION 

Beyond Deterrence, a Rational Approach to the Deployment of Tactical Nuclear Weapons In 
Europe. Ronan I. Ellis MAJ FA 42:28-35,64 N-D '74 
Feature. 42:22,23 N-D '74 

Suppression of Enen\y Air Defense. Article 44:19,20 SE-0 '76 

TIME 

CPX Clock Helps Time Problem During Exercise. Feature 43:14 JA-F '75 
TIME FIRE 

An S.O.P. for Conduct of Time and Ricochet Fire. Article 33:898 D '43 
Article. 33:700 SE '43 

Corrector for the Day. George D. Helms MAJ FA 34:415 JL '44 
New Time Fire Techniques. C.A, Chapin LT USMC 34:675-677 0 '44 
Time Fire and the Observed Fire Chart. Roger Wllco MAJ 33:680 SE '43 
Time Fire Using Shell Fuzed With Fuze M54 or M55. Article 33:19-24 JA '43 
Time Shell. Alexander S. Bennet MAJ FA 31:81 F '41 

Time Shell and the Blitzkrieg. James R. Randolph MAJ ORO USAR 31:79-82 F '41 
TIME ON TARGET (ARTILLERY) (TOT) 

Artillery In the Ardennes. Joseph R. Reeves LT COL FA 36:138-142, 173-184 MR '46 
Cooperatlon-Another Instance. Article 35:430 JL '45 

Japanese Pows View of Our Artillery. Raymond Carlson CPL FA 36:211 AP '46 
TIME SHELL 

The Effect of Time Shell. Kenneth Larkey LT FA USAR 30:145 MR-AP '40 

TIRES 

Articles: 33:755 0 '43; 33:881 D '43; 34:453 JL '44; 34:655 SE '44 
Tires: Inflation Their Life Line. Article 32:382 MY '42 
TITLE INDEX- (FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL INDEX) 

1946: 3^:671,672 "N-t) 

. 1947: 37:392 N-D '47 

1948: 38:296 N-D '48 
1949: 39:288 N-D '49 
1950: 40:11,12 MY-JE '50 
TOASTS 

Brazilian Attitude. Toast 33:663 SE '43 
T08IN, SAMUEL J. 

British Modified Grid. 34:636.637 SE '44 
Cannon Company at Mons Lelllgen. 35:623-625 0 '45 
German Grid System. 34:646-850 D '44 
TOBRUK (WWII), 1941 

Desert Victory, the 1st South African Brigade, November, 1941, by Its Then Commander. 
Feature 32:750-753 0 '42 

A Lesson from the Conduct of War In North Africa. Article 31 :589,590 AG '41 


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Tobruk (Lieutenant-CoK.iel David Larr's Diary of a Trip), Part I. David Larr LT COL FA 
32:203-207 MR '42 

Tobruk Diary, Concluded. David Larr LT COL GSC 32:295-300 AP '42 
T.O.E. See TABLES OF ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT 
TOEPFER, HORST 

The 1973 Neareast War. I: 42:36-43 N-D '74; II: 43:6-13 JA-F '75 
TOOLEY, I.P. 

Artillery Support at Arnhem. 35:202-204 AP '45 

TOOLS 

"Army Motors" on Jeep Seats. Article 35:329 JE '45 
T.O.T. See TIME ON TARGET (ARTILLERY) (TOT) 

TOWED TARGETS. See TARGETS, AERIAL 
TOWNSEND. FRANK 

Site and Comp Site Slide Rule. 34:619 SE '44 
TRACHT, RAYMOND 

Communications in the FDC. 35:141 MR '45 
TRACTORS 

Artillery Tractors. Article 33:778 0 '43 
High Speed Field Artillery Tractors. Article 34:245 AP '44 
TRAFFIC 

A Solution for Traffic Problems. Jeremiah P. Holland MAJ FA 32:353,354 MY '42 
TRAILERS 

Modifications to the "Third" Wheel. William Gray CAPT FA 34:364,365 JE '44 
TRAIN BOARDS 

A "Scope" for the Train Board. Fred C. Lundberg MAJ FA 32:642 AG '42 
TRAINER, BISHOP 

Firing in Your Own Backyard, One Division Artillery's Experience with the Modified Bishop 
Trainer. Richard B. Cowdery LT FA 34:59,60 JA '44 
TRAINER, M-3 

Indoor Gunnery. H.K. Holman LT COL FA 38:80,81 MR-AP '48 
TRAINING. See MILITARY TRAINING 
TRAINING AIDS-TRAINING DEVICES 

Army-Wide Training Literature. Article 44:22-24 SE-0 '76 
Article. 32:365 MY '42 

Cadre Tests. Articles: I: 32:430-433,456 JE '42; II: 32:533-537,561,562 JL '42; III: 32: 
615-619,628 AG '42 

Conduct of Fire by Film Strips. John L. Linville LT FA 33:140,141 F '43 
Feature. 33:880 D '43 

Film Strips. Articles. 33:329 MY '43; 33:808 N '43 
Forward Observations. David E. Ott MG 44:3 SE-0 '76 
From the Chief's Office. Feature 31:181-183 MR '41 

Important News of Field Artillery Training Literature. Article 33:665 SE '43 
Index of Field Artillery Training Literature, Which is Published by the Field Artillery 
School. 33:99,100 F '43 

Massing Fire in Miniature. Harlo W. Higby LT COL FA 34:60 JA '44 

Material Lateral Firing Easy for Beginners. Karl F. Hausauer MAJ FA 31:243,244 AP '41 

New Field Manuals. Article 34:774 N '44 

New 20-nin Training Device. Article 44:55 N-0 '76 

Officers' Tests. Articles: 32:881-883 N '42; 32:944-947 0 '42 

One Picture. Gerald N. Bench LT COL FA 33:112-116 F '43 

Picture Critique. George R. Metcalf LT FA 33:266,267 AP '43 

A Probing Examination of the Real Value of Training Devices. Daniel M. Evans, Or MAO FA 
42:29-31 SE-0 '74 

Training Films. Articles: 33:38 OA '43; 33:523 OL '43; 33:939 D '43; 34:13 OA '44 
Training Films and Film Strips. Article 33:9 OA '43 
Two Important Manuals. Article 34:689 0 '44 

Use of Training Film in the German Army. Scholz WO GER 33:674,675 SE '43 
Use Your Training Films. Article 34:189 MR '44 
TRAINING DEVICES: See TRAINING AIDS-TRAINING DEVICES 
TRAINING EXTENSION COURSE. See TEC 
TRAINING LITERATURE. See TRAINING AIDS-TRAINING DEVICES 


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TRANSFER DATA 

Article. 34:752 N '44 
TRANSITS 

Celestial Comments. Joseph M. Battle CAPT 33:230 MR *43 
TRANSLATIONS 

Approach to Foreign Map Reading. Robert B. Rigg 33:243-254 AP '43 
TRANSPORT 

Biscuit Bombers. Edward M. Flanagan, Jr MAJ FA 38:73-75 MR-AP '48 
TRANSPORTATION 

An England-France Subway. Frank W. Ball 38:276 N-D '48 

Headquarters Motors. Samuel C. flyer LT FA 34:378-381 JE '44 

New Field Artillery Transportation. Alan L. Campbell MAJ FA 30:91-96 MR-AP '40 

When Your Outfit Moves by Rail. Lauren K. Soth CAPT FA 34:563-565 AG '44 
TRANSPORTATION, PACK 

Principles of Pack Transport. Harry E. Ruhsam CAPT FA 37:13-15 JA-F '47 
TRAVERSES 

Substitute Parts. Jean F. Messer LT FA 33:759 0 '43 
TRAVERSES, SURVEYING 

Running Jungle Traverses. Charles B. Foster, Jr. CAPT FA 33:693-695 SE '43 
TRAVIS, FRED R. 

75's on Guam. 35:233,234 AP '45 
TREATIES 


Perimeters in Paragraphs, Petropolls Treaty. 
'47 


Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 37:371-376 N-D 


TRENCH WARFARE 


Gunner In Luzon, Trench Warfare, 1899 Style, Part II. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 30: 
38-45 JA-F '40 
TRENCHES, See ENTRENCHMENTS 
TRENTON (AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR), 1766 

Germans Over the River. Fairfax 0. Downey MAJ FA 32:918-921 0 '42 
TRIANGULAR DIVISION 

Article. 30:336,337 SE-0 '40 
TRIESTE (1 MAR-30 Apr '50) 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 40:130-139 MY-JE '50 
TRIGONOMETRY 

Why Logarithms, Why Sines and Cosines? C.R. Oliver CAPT FA 33:130-134 F '43 
TROPHIES 

Sergeant Missile Trophy Retired. Feature 42:38 JA-F '74 
TRUCKS 

A Survey of Military Trucks. Clifford C. Duell MAJ FA 31:930-938 0 '41 
TRUMAN DOCTRINE 

Aid to Turkey. Thomas E. deShazo COL FA 39:64-66 MR-AP '49 
TRUMAN, HARRY S. 1884-1972 

"Go to Hell, But I'll Try." James B. Agnew LTC FA 42:32-41 MR-AP '74 
Historic Words. 37:76,77 MR-AP '47 
Senator Truman Gets a Solution. Article 30:49 JA-F '40 
TRUSSELL, JOHN B.B., JR., 1921- 

Artlllery and the Battle of Monmouth. 39:221-223 SE-O '49 
At the Gates of the Manchu. 40:72-75 MR-AP 'SO 
Cannon Hold the Breach. 39:258-260 N-D '49 
Captain Hamilton of the Artillery. 40:26-29 JA-F '50 
Guns Before Chapultepec. 39:108-110 MY-JE '49 
Pelham-Gallant Gunner. 39:59-61 MR-AP '49 
Thunder by the River. 39:173-175 JL-AG '49 
TUBES, ARTILLERY. See GUNS-TUBES 
TUNISIA (WWII) 

Action In Tunisia, Daylight Air Attack on Artillery Battery on the Road. Article 33:271 
AP '43 

British. Artillery Action In Tunisia, by a British Artillery Officer. 33:494 JL '43 
Finale tn Tunisia, April 16th to May 15th 1943. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:482-488 
JL '43 

In Tunisia's Mud and Blood. Lunsford E. Oliver MAJ GEN 33:492,493 JL '43 
Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza ML (RCT) FA; 33:268-276 AP '43; 33:332-340 MY 
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Targets. Article 33:615 AG '43 
Tunisian Position Areas. Article 33:576 AG '43 
TUNISIA (WWII), 1942,43 

1st Infantry Division Artillery, Harch 4-Apr11 8, 1943. Edtnrd S. Bechtold LT COL FA 
33:781,782 0 '43 

Tunisia's Burma Road. B.H. Kerr LT FA 33:785 0 '43 
Up Forward. Carl M. Johnstone, Jr. LT FA 33:776-778 0 '43 
TUPAKHIN V* 

Surprise Artillery Attack. 32:910 D '42 
TUPPER, CHARLES NATHANIEL 

Artillery Support of Tanks. 30:65-70 JA-F '40 

German Corps Artillery and Counterbattery. 30:425-429 N-D '40 

Sic Transit Alidade. 30:147-150 MR-AP '40 


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UNDERHILL, GARREH 

Louisiana Hayride. 31:907-913 D '41 
UNIFICATION 

Artillery With the Team. Archibald V. Arnold MAJ GEN 38:26-29 JA-F '48 
UNIFICATION. See Alsr u.S. ARHY-ORGANIZATION, U.S. ARMY-ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATION, U.S. ARMY- 
FIELD ARTILLERY-0RGA«1IZATI0N 
UNIT DESIGNATION 

Field Artillery Organizations on Active Duty (as of February 15, 1941). Feature 31:188- 
190 MR '"41 

Field Artillery Units as of 14 July 1943. Feature 33.:689,690 SE '43 
Stations of Field Artillery Officers of Regular Army. Feature 30:73-77 JA-F '40 
Stations of Field Artillery Officers. Feature 30:495-504 N-D '40 
UNIT LOCATIONS 

"Now They Can Be Told." Feature 35:431.432 JL '45; 35:613 0 '45 
UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION 

Report on the United Nations. Edward R. Stettinlus Jr. 36:279-282 MY '46 
The United Natlons-The Organization and Methods of Operation. Thomas J. Hamilton 36:632* 
634 N-0 '46 
UNWIN. J.H. 

The Acid Test. 37:232-234 JL-AG '47 
UPTON, R.O. 

105-nm Light Gun. 42:64 MY-.1E '74 
U.S. AIR FORCE WEATHER SERVICE 

AAF Weather Service and the Field Artillery. Robert A. Porter CAPT AC 34:813,816 D '44> 
U.S. ARMY 

The American Soldier at Home and Abroad. Edmund T. Delaney LT 32:355-357 MY '42 
Axis Born Yanks. William D. Kllduff LT FA 32:713,714 SE '42 
This War Department Reorganization. Article 32:376,377 MY '42 
AIR CAVALRY-6TH BOE 

Fire Suj^i^rt for the Air Cavalry Combat Brigade. William H. Schneider COL FA 43:18-24 
AIR FORCE 

With the Other Arms and Services, the Army Air Forces, VI. Ivan L. Foster LT COL 6SC 
31:969-977 D '41 

AIR-FORCE HISTORY 

AAF's Flying Artillery, the 7S-fflm Baker Two-Five. Jim Beavers LTC (RET) USAF 44:25-29 
JL-AG V6 

AIR F0RCE-2d AAF LIAISON TNG DET 

Here They Get Wings, (Pittsburg, KS). Morris Bart LT FA 34:194 MR *44 
ARNM1ENT COHNANO 

Arsenals. Paul J. Lualllg, Jr. CPT FA 42:50-53,59 MR-AP *74 


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ARMOR 

If Ordered to the Armored Force. Willard F. MllUce COL FA 33:341 MY *43 
Military Symbols, Armored Force. Article 33:541 JL *43 
ARMOR-3RO ARMORED DIV ARTY 

Spearhead Artillery, Frederic J. Brown COL FA 36:502-510 SE '46 
ARM0R-607TH TD BN 

Tank Destroyers as Assault Guns. John Lemp COL FA 35:244,245 AP ‘45 
ARM0R-637TH TD BN 

Tank Destroyers at Work, Without the Book. R.L. Mc.1e11y LT COL FA 35:396-398 JL '45 
ARMOR-671 ST TANK DESTROYER BN 

Tank Destroyers Against Japan. Allerton Cushman LT COL 36:70-73 F '46 
ARM0R-899TH TD BN 

Proper Use and Abuse of Tank Destroyers. Eugene T. Oborn LT FA 35:398,399 JL '45 
ARMOR-ORGANIZATION 

From the Seine to Germany, Armored and Infantry Cooperation In the Pursuit. Hugh Exton 
LT COL FA 39:155-159 JL-AG '49 

The New Armored Division. Landon G. Cox LT COL CAV ET AL. 39:218-220 SE-O '49 
The New Armored Division, (Continued). Landon G. Co)rLT~C0L CAV ET 39:254-257 N-D '49 
New Infantry and Armored Divisions. Article 37:33-35 JA-F '47 
ARMOR SCHOOL-TANK DESTROYER COURSE 
Seeing Is Believing. Donald G. Merritt LT FA 33:66B,669 SE '43 
ARTILLERY 

Corps Artillery Group Operations. Robert D. Schmidt COL FA 34:818,819 D '44 
The Employment of Corps Artillery. John J. Burns COL FA: I: 33:20B-211 MR '43; II: 33:283- 
290 AP '43 

Must We Always Learn the Hard Way? John A. Crane MAJ GEN 36:329-331 JE '46 
Remarks on Corps Artillery. John E. Lewis BRIG GEN 33:282 AP '43 
"Varsity's" Organic Artillery. Samuel C. MY«r LT 35:673-676 N '45 
ARTILLERY-VII CORPS 

VII Corps Artillery Battle Experiences (Battle Executlves's and Group, Battalion S-3's). 
36:360-364 JE '46 

VII Corps Artillery Battle Experiences (Ground Observers and Air Observers). 36:293-296 
MY '46 

VII Corps Artillery Battle Experiences (Group and Bn S'2, Motor Officer, Conmunlcatlon 
Officer). 36:425-428 JL '46 
Tribute to Artillery. 36:525 SE '46 
ARTILLERY-VII I CORPS 

GHQ Test I to the Rescue. Donald B. Harriott COL FA 35:686-689 N '45 
ARTILLERY-XV CORPS ARTY 

Employment of Radar by XV Corps Artillery. Edward S. Ott BRIG GEN 36:462-467 AG *46 
ARTILLERY-XVI CORPS 

Artillery Targets Across the Rhine. James E. O'Steen LT COL FA 35:471-479 AG '45 
ARTILLERY-1ST AAA GUIDED MISSILE BN 
Artillery of the Future. Hal D. Steward MAJ INF 36:332-333 JE '46 
ARTILLERY-25TH FA, BTY D 
Article. 30:276 JL-AG '40 

ARTILLERY-34TH INF DIV ARTY 
Italian Glimpses. E.E. Surdyk MAJ FA 34:129 F '44 
Ai^ILLERY-37TH DIV 

Artillery In the Bougainville Campaign. John C. Guenther CAPT INF 35:330-334 JE '45 
ARTILLERY-69TH AAA GUIDED MISSILE BN 
AGF Guided Missile Battalion. J.W. Rawls LT COL C.A.C. 36:334 JE '46 
ARTILLERY-82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION 
Airborne Survey. John V. McNally 1st LT FA 37:287-289 SE-O '47 
ARTILLERY-820 HORSE 

Song of the Eight-Second. John M. Jenkins, Jr. 33:761 0 '43 
ARTILLERY-1 55TH FB 

ISSth Field Battery at Beja. Article 33:653 SE '43 
ARTILLERY-HISTORY 

Artillery Episode, Revolutionary War, the Beginnings of Our Artillery, Washington and Knox; 
Boston and Ticonderoga. Oliver L. Spaulding BRIG GEN (RET) 30:206-208 MY-JE '40 


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The Theoretical Evaluation of Artillery After World War One. Fred K. Vlgman 44:21-23.38 
JA-F *76 

ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATION 

An Army Artillery Commander. William J. Thompson COL FA 40:100-103 MY-JE '50 
Article. 30:336,337 SE-0 '40 

Artillery Integration. Jacob L. Devers GEN 37:303 SE-0 '47 

Artillery Representation on High Level Before and During Combat. C.E. Hart BRIG GEN 
38:208-213 SE-0 '48 

Artillery Tactics. Feature 37:242-247 JL-AG '47 

As We Merge. Harry P. Storke COL FA 37:114-117 MR-AP '47 

Corps and Army Artillery. Paul E. Pigue MAJ CAC: 40:11-13 JA-F '50; 40:55-56 MR-AP '50 
Counterfire, Part I. Article 43:14-21 N-D '75 
The Flying OP. Article 31:750 0 '41 

A Message From the Chief of Field Artillery. Feature 30:410 N-D '40 
The New Motorized Division, How Will it be Employed, Part I, the Artillery Coimonent, Part 
II. Ritchie Wolfe MAJ 31:715-723 0 '41 

New Organization of the Corps Artillery Brigade. Francis A. Doniat COL FA 30:411-415 
N-D '40 

Signposts of Experience, Building New Field Artillery Units. William J. Snow MAJ GEN 
(RET) 30:341-345 SE-0 '40 

Stations of Field Artillery Officers. Feature 30:495-504 N-0 '40 
Technique and Drill of the 75-ttin Antitank Battery. Article 41:486-492 JL '41 
Voice of Experience. Charles E. Hart BRIG GEN 36:219-222 AP '46 
CAVALRY-ORGANIZATION 

With the Other Arms and Services, Cavalry, III. Fenton S. Jacobs LT COL CAV 31:593-601 
AG '42 

COAST ARTILLERY 

With the Other Arms and Services, Coast Artillery V. Arthur Symons CAPT CAC 31:783-787 0 
■41 

COMMUNITY SERVICE 
Feature. 41:41 JL '73 
DOCTRINES 

Never Failed-Never Will. Robert P. Patterson 37:15 JA-F '47 
ENGINEERS 

With the Other Arms and Services. Engineers, I. Thomas North MAJ FA 31:394-398 JE '41 
ENGINEERS-MODEL MAKING OET 

These Childish Things. Francis Chase, Jr. 36:414-419 JL '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY 

Battle Performance of Field Artillery, Letter. Lesley J. McNair LT GEN 33:642 SE '43 
Camouflage for Armored Artillery. Ralph Williams T/5 FA 34:856,857 D '44 
Forward Observations. David E. Ott LTG 44:3 SE-0 '76; N-D '76 
What Makes an Army an Army? John A. Crane MAJ GEN 34:745-747 N '44 
FIELD ARTILLERY-IST FA OBSERVATION BN 

The Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Part I. Article 38:252-257 N-D '48 
FIELD ARTILLERY-2D FA 

The Sign Boards of Panama. Charles R. Gildart MAJ FA 30:330-335 SE-0 '40 
FIELD ARTILLERY-2ND FA OBSN BN 
Article. 32:441 JE '42 

FIELD ARTILLERY-3RD FA OBSN BN 
New Insignia. Article 31:988 D '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY-3RD FA RGT 

Glorious Mutiny, by an Arch Mutineer. 33:597,598 AG '43 
FIELD ARTILLERY-4TH FA (PK HOW) 

The Pack Howitzer Hits the Silk. Lucian B. Cox CAPT FA 33:257-260 AP '43 
FIELD ARTILLERY-5TH FA BTRY D 
"D of the 5th." Article 38:122,123 MY-JE '48 

Frontispiece. "D of the 5th's" Special Guidon. Article 38:106 MY-JE '48 
Never Performed More Brilliantly. Article 36:620 N-D '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-5TH FA. 1ST BN 
Oldest Unit, it's Official. Article 44:28 N-D '76 
FIELD ARTILLERY-6TH FA 

Sixth Field Artillery Song. Article 33:600,601 AG '43 


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FIELD ARTILLERY-6TH FA GP 

Garfgllano Mission. Scorpion Staff 35:359-361 JE '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-6TH FA LIGHT BTRY 

Bridgman's Bull Battery. R.K. McMaster MAJ (RET) FA 42:21 JL-AG '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-1 OTH FA RGT 
10th Field Artillery Insignia. Article 31:553 AG '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY-1 1TH FA, BTRY C 

The Winning Knox Trophy Battery. Charlie Wesner MAJ FA 31:160 MR '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY-14TH FA 
14th FA Insignia. Article 31:387 JE '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY-14TH FA. 1ST BN 

The Electric Company's FDC. Anthony N. Kuykendall CPT FA 43:25-28 N-D '75 
FIELD ARTILLERY-18TH FA RGT 
18th Field Artillery Insignia. Article 31:670 SE '41 
FIELD ARTILLERY-18TH FA RGT-ORGANIZATION 

Field Artillery Regiment, Composite, the Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, OK, Article 
31:337,338 MY '41 

FIELD ARTILLERY-18TH FA BN 

Resume of Action of the 18th FA BN. Article 35:279,281 MY '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-24TH FA 

Corregidor Cable No. 79. Melville Jacoby 32:263-267 AP '42 
Luzon Diary. Charles R. Lewis CAPT FA 32:260-262 AP '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY-27TH FA, 1ST BN 

The Kingsmen Excel In Revamped ORTT (Operational Readiness Test). Feature 42:59,60 N-0 '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-29TH FA, 1ST BN 
Red Baron 100. Feature 42:48 MY-JE '74 

FIELD ARTILLERY-42D FA, 1ST BN (HJ) 

Honest John Firings. Article 42:12,13 MR-AP '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-56TH FA BDE 

56th Field Artillery Brigade, Pershing In Europe. Alan C. Jacobson SP5 42:24,25 MY-JE '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-6nH ARMDRED FA BN 

Artillery In an Encirclement. Edtmird S. Berry LT COL FA 36:88,89 F '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-76TH FA 
76th Field Artillery. Insignia 33:228 MR *43 
Seventy-Sixth Field Artillery Song. Edith H. Ward 33:521 JL '43 
FIELD ARTILLERY-78TH ARMORED FA BN 

From Morocco to Berlin, an Armored Artillery Battalion In Action. Hugh M. Exton LT COL 
FA: I: 38:108-114 MY-JE '48; II: 38:162,163,188-193 JL-AG '48 
FIELD ARTILLERY-79TH FA. 3D BN 

The Time Has Come. Wilson A. Shoffner LTC FA 44:46-53 JA-F '76 
FIELD ARTILLERY-82D FA. 1ST BN 
Redlegs Sprout Waterwings. Feature 43:57,58 N-D '75 
FIELD ARTILLERY-94TH AMD FA BN 

Artillery's Part In the Bastogne Break-In. John H. Merriam CAPT FA 35:407 JL '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-niTH FA BN 

111th FA Bn on D-Day. S.L.A. Marshall LT COL GSC 35:13-15 JA '45 
ELD ARTILLERY-1 29TH FA REGT 

"Go to Hell, But I'll Try." James B. Agnew LTC FA 42:32-41 MR-AP '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-136TH FA BN 

The 136th Field Artillery Battalion. Archibald M. Rodgers r«U FA 35:732.733 D '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-147TH FA GP, 1 A 2D BN 
147th Goes Nuclear. Article 44:56 JA-F '76 

FIELD ARTILLERY-1 56TH FA BTRY A. NYNG 
America's Oldest. Roger Shaw 34:381 JE *44 
FIELD ARTILLERY-194TH FA BN 

Mission: Destruction. Paul F. Wilson MAJ FA 35:481-483 AG '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-21 2TH ARMD FA BN 
Seven-Up. A.A. Anderson MAJ FA 36:576 0 '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-319TH ABN FA. C BTRY 
C Battery Jumps Into Airborne History. Feature 42:60 N-D *74 
FIELD ARTILLERY-333RD FA BN 

Negro Artillery In World War II. Article 36:228.229 AP *46 


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FIELD ARTILLERY-345TH FA BN 

First to Fire Into Czechoslovaks. Article 35:742 D '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-345TH FA R6T 

A Strenuous Two Weeks, 345th FA Serves an Active Duty Tour Near Marfa, Texas. Edmund H. 

Levy COL FA USAR 30:129-132 MR-AP '40 

FIELD ARTILLERY-422ND ROCKET FA BN 
Rocket Fire Direction. James L. Goodnow CAPT FA 36:11-13 JA '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-457TH PARACHUTE FA BN, D BTRY 
Fifth Wheel, Douglass P. Quandt COL GSC 36:390-393 JL '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-489TH AMO FA BN 

489th Armored Field Artillery Battalion. Article 33:780 0 ‘43 
FIELD ARTILLERY-504TH FA BN 

Keynote Realism. Robert B. Bowen 1st LT FA 39:103-105 MY-JE '49 
Something New Has Been Added. Edmund C. Murphy CAPT FA 37:354 N-D '47 
FIELD ARTILLERY-598TH FA BN 
Black Buffalo. E.A. Raymond MAJ FA 36:14-16 JA '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-600TH FA BN 

Negro Artillery In World War II. Article 36:228,229 AP '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-698TH FA BN 

One Year of Combat With the 240's, SAGA of the 698th FA Bn. C.V. Clifton LT COL FA 35:258- 
261 MY *45 

FIELD ARTILLERY-790TH FA BN 
A Good Outfit. Article 35:747 D '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-906TH FA BN 

906th Field Artillery Battalion. Article 32:912 D '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY-921 ST FA BN, BTRY C 

Electricity In the Perimeter. John L. Linville LT FA 35:234,235 AP '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-938TH FA BN 

938th Field Artillery Battalion March. Melville B. Coburn LT COL FA 33:840,841 N '43 
. FIELD ARTILLERY-969TH FA BN 

Negro Artillery In World War II. Article 36:228,229 AP '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-991 ST FA BN 

991st Field Artillery Battalion. Article 35:549,550 SE '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY-991 ST FA BN, BTRY B 

Short-Range Firing Against the Siegfried Line. Richard W. Van Horne, CAPT FA 35:75,76 F '45 
FIELD ARTILLERY BOARD 

Notes on Some Random Activities of the Field Artillery Board. George B. McReynolds LT COL 
FA 32:505-510 JL '42 

FIELD ARTILLERY BOOK 120- AUTOMOTIVE INSTRUCTION 
Article. 32:114 F '42 

FIELD ARTILLERY CONTRACTS 

Can We Arm? William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 30:163-165 MY-JE '40 
FIELD ARTILLERY-CORPS 

Corps Artillery, How It Was Employed. A.J. Ranee BRIG GEN 33:886-888 D '43 
The Employment of Corps Artillery. John J. Burns COL FA: 1: 33:208-211 MR '43; II: 33:283- 
290 AP '43 

FIELD ARTILLERY-EXTENSION COURSE 
Article. Breckinridge A. Day MAJ FA 30:53-57 JA-F '40 
FIELD ARTILLERY-FIRING CENTERS 

Field Artillery Firing Centers, Origins of Camps Knox, Bragg, and Taylor. William J. Snow 
MAJ GEN (RET) 30:447-455 N-D '40 
FIELD ARTILLERY-HISTORY 
"D Of the 5th." 38:122,123 MY-JE '48 
Never Performed More Brilliantly. Article 36:620 N-D '46 
FIELD ARTILLERY-INFANTRY-SUPPORT 

Company E, 1st Battalion, 29th Infantry. John E. Sarantakes MAJ FA 42:26,27 N-D *74 
Some Tunisian Details. Clarence^. Benson COL CAV 34:2-7 JA '44 
FIELD ARTILLERY-MATERIEL 

Wartime Procurement of Field Artillery Materiel. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:167-170 
MR *41 

FIELD ARTILLERY-MUSEUM, FT. SILL, OK 
School Receives Projectile Display. Feature 42:24 SE-0 '74 


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FIELD ARTILLERY-ORGANIZATION 

The Artillery Brigade Headquarters. C.E, Hart BRIG GEN 37:359,360 N-D '47 
A Field Artillery Division. Robert E. Klein MAJ FA 42:49-54 MY-JE '74 
Field Artillery Organizations on Active Duty (as of February 15,1941). Feature 31:188- 
190 MR '41 

The Fire-Support Coordination Center. Henry L. Shafer LT COL FA 38:156-159 JL-AG '48 
The First Chief of Field Artillery, William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET). Article 30:2-14 JA-F 
'40 

From Aachen to Zwolle. Peter M. Ossorio CPT FA 43:7-13 N-D '75 
On Target Acquisition, Again. Arthur R. Hercz COL (RET) FA 43:35-41 N-D '75 
Too Valuable to Lose. Robert G. Tetu Jr. MAJ FA 42:46-5D JL-AG '74 
Why Not the Group? Robert F. Hallock COL FA 37:362,363 N-D '47 

Your New Field Artillery Organization. William A. Hadfield LT COL FA 39:244-249 N-D '49 
FIELD ARTILLERY REPLACEMENT CENTERS 

Field Artillery Replacement Centers. Edwin P. Parker, Jr. LT COL FA 31:83-86 F '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL 
Article. 33:672 SE '43 

The Artillery School. Thomas E. deShazo COL FA 37:95-98 MR-AP '47 
The Artillery School Enlisted Courses. Article 40:75-78 MR-AP '50 
Battle Performance of Field Artillery, Letter. Lesley J. McNair LT GEN 33:642 SE '43 
Chemical-Puff Terrain Board, F.A.S. Variant. Article 33:226,227 MR '43 
Courses of Instruction at the F.A. School, Including the Air Training School. Feature 
36:348-350 JE '46 

Extension Courses of the Artillery School. Feature 37:325-328 SE-0 '47 
FA School Leadership Changes. Feature 44:19 N-D '76 

F.A.S. Events. Features: 35:142,143 MR '45; 35:282,284 MY '45; 35:351,352 JE '45; 35:405, 

406 JL '45; 35:500,501 AG '45; 35:563-565 SE '45; 35:601-604 0 '45; 35:677-679 N '45; 

35:738,739 D '45 

The Field Artillery School Museum. Feature 36:627 N-D '46 

New FADAC Program, Notes From the School. Feature 42:28,29 JA-F '74 

Notes. Feature 31:122-125 F '42 

Origin of the Field Artillery School. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:100-109 F '42 
Pertinent Ideas, Old and New, From the F.A.S. Articles: I: 34:559 AG '44; II: 34:630 SE 

• 44 

Special From the School, USAFAS Reorganization. Article 44:57-59 MR-AP '76 
Target Acquisition Now Counterfire Department. Article 44:46 MY-JE '76 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL. 18TH FIELD ARTILLERY REGIMENT 
Field Artillery Regiment, Composite, the Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, OK. Article 
31:337,338 MY '41 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -ADDRESSES 

A Tribute and a Challenge. Jonathan M. Wainwright GEN 37:240,241 JL-AG '47 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -ADVANCED CLASS (SPECIAL 2) 

Advanced Course (Special) Number Two. Ross B. Warren LT COL FA 31:554-557 AG '41 
Advanced Class in Horsemanship. Article 30:87 MR-AP '40 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -AERIAL OBSERVATION SCHOOL 
Aerial Conduct of Field Artillery Fire. Walter D. Atkins CAPT 33:359,360 MY '43 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -AIR TRAINING DEPT 
Air OP Accident Prevention. Feature 39:9-11 JA-F '49 
More About Helicopters. Feature 39:294,205 SE-0 '49 
The New Grasshopper-L16. Feature 37:355,356 N-D '47 ' 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -ARMY -WIDE TRAINING SUPPORT DEPT. 

New AWTSD Catalog. Feature 43:55 JL-AG '75 

SOFAR (Senior Officer Field Artillery Refresher Correspondence Course). Feature 42:20 
N-D ^74 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-BOOK DEPT 
Firing Non-Standard Ammunition. Feature 35:267 MY '45 
Nailing List-The Artillery School. Feature 37:302 SE-0 *47 
Schwl Makes Own "Sticks.'' Feature 42:22,23 SE-0 '74 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-COMBAT DEVELOPMENTS DIRECTORATE 
TACFIRE. Gerard G. James CPT FA 43:28-33 JL-AG '75 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-COMBINED ARMS DEPT \ 

Artillery Tactics. Feature 37:242-247 JL-AG '47 '• 


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FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -CURRICULUM 

The New Army Extension Courses. A.E. Kastner COL FA 37:294-297, 325-328 SE-0 '47 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-DEPT OF AIR TRAINING 
"Grasshopper" It Is. Insignia 33:651 SE '43 
Grasshoppers. William W. Ford COL FA 33:651 SE '43 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-DEPT OF TACTICS AND COMMUNICATION 
The 75-niii Battalion in Attack, the Meeting Engagement. Article 30:222-228 MY-JE '40 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-DOCTRINE DEPT 
Artillery School's Opinion. Feature 37:82 MR-AP '47 
USAFAS Training Circulars. Feature 43:53 JA-F '75 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-EXTENSION COURSE DEPT 

Midnight Oil for Redleg Lamps. Dale E. Means, LT COL FA ET AL 40:52-54, 77,78 MR-AP '50 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICER SBVSITCED COURSE 
Feature. 43:50 JA-F '75 

New OAC (Officer Advanced Course) Teaches FA as a System. Feature 43:31,32 MY-JE '75 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICER BASIC COURSE 
Let's Shoot, Lieutenant. Feature 42:24,25 N-D '74 
New FAOBC. Feature 43:47 N-D '75 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL BRIGADE 
Field Artillery AIT Today. Jerrold S. Ferraro CPT FA 42:15-17 MY-JE '74 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-FIELD OFFICER COURSE 
Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks. George M. Dean MAJ FA 32:381,382 MY '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-GUNNERY DEPT 
ABCA Registration Selected. 42:25,26 SE-0 '74 

Behind the Scene With the Target Grid, Part I. Robert S. Stafford MAJ FA 39:100-102 MY-JE 
'49 - 

The 45° Coordinate Scale. Blythe C. Triplett 1st LT FA 37:298,299 SE-0 '47 

GFT Fan Cursors Available. Feature 43:54 JL-AG '75 

6FT Fan Increases Response. Feature 43:30 MY-JE '75 

"How To" Tapes Prepared by Gunnery Department. Feature 43:32,33 MY-JE '75 

Items From the Artillery School. Feature 37:368,369 N-D '47 

More Data on Shooting Without Factors. Feature 38:267,268 N-D *48 ' * 

OAC Gunnery Subcourse Revised. Feature 43:29,30 SE-0 '75 

Searchlights, How Can They Help Us. Joseph H. Harrison LT COL FA 38:70-72 MR-AP '48 
Shooting Without Factors. Donald E. McArthur CAPT FA 38:204-207 SE-0 '48 
Template Expedites Targeting Data. Feature 43:29 MY-JE '75 
What Is Economy In Killing? Paul D. Phillips LT COL FA 40:14-18 JA-F '50 
What's Different About the New FM 6-40? Joseph H. Harrison LT COL FA 39:261-264 N-D '49 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-HISTORY 

Origin of the Field Artillery School. J/llllam J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:100-109 F '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-MATERIEL AND MAINTENANCE DEPT 
Artillery Ready Reference Square. Feature 42:55,56 MY-JE '74 
MMD Reorganization, feature 42:30 MR-AP '74 

FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM 
Feature. 43:51 JA-F '75 

13E Sasic NCOES, a Course for all Seasons. Feature 43:48,49 MR-AP '75 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -OBSERVATION DEPT 

The Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Part I. Article 38:252-257 N-D '48 
The Field Artillery Observation Battalion, Part II. Article. 39:14-20 JA-F '49 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL 
Candidate to Officer. Wilbur S. Jones MAJ FA 32:900-902 0 '42 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-PILOT COURSE 
Sea-Going Grasshoppers. Gordon J. Wolf LT COL FA 34:807,808 D '44 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -TACT ICS AND COMBINED ARMS DEPT 
Template Expedites Targeting Data. Feature 43:29 MY-JE '75 
Unclassified Threat Publications. Feature 43:46,47 N-D '75 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL -TARGET ACQUISITION DEPT 
Counterfire, Part I. 43:14-21 N-D *75 

Target Acquisition Today-Tomorrow. Donald M. Rhea COL FA 43:7-11 MR-AP '75 
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL-WEAPONS DEPT 
The "Gunner's Digest." Feature 43:54 JL-AG '75 
Sound Off, Dummy. Feature 43:54 JL-AG '75 


FIELD ARTILLERY SONGS 

Soldiers Like to Sing. Fairfax Downey LT COL FA 36:351-354 Jt '46 
FIRST ARMY 

Artillery in the Ardennes. Joseph R. Reeves LT COL FA 36:138-142. 173-184 MR '46 
Artillery With an American Am\y in Europe. Charles E. Hart BRIG GEN 37:25,26, 53-58 JA-F 
'47 

First U.S. Army Air OP Operations. 36:586 0 '46 
With the Big "A" in Europe. Edwin L. (Ned) Vergason 37:16-24 JA-F '47 
GROUND FORCES AIR TRAINING SCHOOL 
A.G.F. Light Aviation. Article 36:583-585 D '46 
GROUND GENERAL SCHOOL. FT. RILEY. KS 

The Ground General School. Wheeler G. Merriam LT COL CAV 37:93,94 MR--AP '47 
HISTORY 

Winning the West. Robert M. Stegmaier COL (RET) FA: I: 44:52-54 MR-AP '76; II: 44:37-39 
MY-JE '76; III: 44:51,52 JL-AG '76; IV: 44:38-41 SE-0 *76; V: 44:58-61 N-D '76; 
INFANTRY 

With the Other Arms and Services, the Infantry in 1941, II. Ridgely Gaither, Jr. MAJ INF 
41:504-509 JL '41 

INFANTRY-1 2TH INF CN CO 

Cannon Company at Mons Lelligen. S.J. Tobin LT FA 35:623-625 0 '45 
INFANTRY-29TH INF 1ST BN, CO E 

Company E, 1st Battalion, 29th Infantry. John E. Sarantakes MAJ FA 42:26,27 N-D '74 
INFANTRY-75TH INF, 1ST BN (RANGER) 

Redleg Rangers. Feature 43:56,57 N-D '75 
INFANTRY-92ND DIV 

Black Buffalo. E.A. Raymond MAJ FA 36:14-16 JA '46 
INFANTRY-96TH INF DIV 
Heroes All. Article 36:522-524 SE '46 
INFANTRY-1 04TH DIV ARTY 

Artillery and the Fighter Bombers. Richard J. Bestor MAJ FA 36:50-52 JA '46 
INFANTRY-ORGANIZATION 

Infantry Division in Europe. H. W. Blakeley MAJ GEN 36:262-268 MY '46 
New Infantry and Armored Divisions. Article 37:33-35 JA-F '47 

Organization of the New Infantry Division. George McCutchen LT COL FA ET AL 39:199-201 
SE-0 '49 

LANGUAGE SCHOOL. MONTEREY. CA 

The Army That Speaks Many Tongues. James L. Hathaway COL CAV 38:78,79 MR-AP '48 
MAP SERVICE 

Army Map Service. R.A. Wheeler LT GEN 36:621-624 N-O '46 
MOTORIZED DIVISION-ORGANIZATION 

The New Motorized Division, How Will it Be Employed? Part I. the Artillery Component: Part 
II. Ritchie Wolfe MAJ 31:715-723 0 '41 
NAVAL SUPPORT 

Sea Artillery. Edward S. Bechtold CAPT FA 32:374,375 MY '42 
NORTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN 

1st Infantry Division Artillery, March 4-Apri1 8, 1943. Edward S. Bechtold LT COL FA 
33:781,782 0 '43 

ORDNANCE-ORGANIZATION 

Army Ground Forces Reorganized. Feature 38:187 JL-AG '48 

Army Ground Forces, Report of Activities, World War II. Feature 36:394-400 JL '46 

Field Artillery Organization, Armored Force. Francis A. Doniat COL FA 31:146-153 MR '41 

Field Artillery Replacement Centers. Edwin P. Parker, Jr. LT COL FA 31:83-86 F '42 

Leader or Adviser? William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:36-37 JA '41 

New Headquarters Organization, Department of the Army* Feature 39:2 JA-F '49 

New Infantry and Armored Divisions. Article 37:33-35 JA-F '47 

Reorganized AGF School System, Feature 36:644,645 N-D '46 

Signposts of Experience, Training, Personnel, Promotion. Conclusion. William J. Snow MAJ 
GEN (RET) 31:646-654 SE *41 

Where Are the "Light" Divisions? Henry P. Walker CAPT FA 37:109 MR-AP '47 
With the Other Arms and Services. Article 31:687-690 SE '41 
QUARTERMASTER CORPS 

With the Other Arms and Services, VII, the Quartermaster Corps. Catherine Redmond 
32:240-246 MR '42 


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Table. 31:46 JA '41 

ROTC (RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS) 

The Cornell University ROTC. Ralph Hospital COL FA 38:4-9 JA-F '48 
Experiences of a Reserve Officer Called to Active Duty for One Year. G.D. Resoff LT FA 
USAR 30:398-400 SE-0 '42 

Instruction Is Tough. James L. Centner CAPT ROTC FA 32:406,407 MY '42 
Post-War Reserve Officer Policies. Article 35:400,401 JL '45 
Postwar ROTC Policy. Article 36:424 JL '46 

Problems of a New ROTC Unit. Giles R. Carpenter COL FA 38:10-12 JA-F '48 
ROTC Cadets Visit "Shot." Feature 43:48 JL-AG '75 

Some Observations on Training of CMTC. George L. Hart, Jr. CAPT FA USAR 30:395-397 SE-0 
'42 

Story of a Medal. Article 36:512,513 SE '46 
SCHOOL OF FIRE, FT. SILL, LAWTON, OK 

Signposts of Experience, Training, Personnel, Promotion, Conclusion. William J. Snow MAJ 
GEN (RET) 31:646-654 SE '41 
SIGNAL CORPS 

An Artilleryman In a Joint Assault Signal Company. William M. Doolittle CAPT FA 35:463, 
464 AG '45 

STATION LIST 

Annual Station List. Article 38:257 N-D '48 

Field Artillery Organizations on Active Duty (as of February 15, 1941). Feature 31:188- 
190 MR '41 

Station List-Army Ground Forces (as of 1 Mar 46). Article 36:246-248 AP '46 
TANK DESTROYER SCHOOL, FT. KNOX, KY. 

Weapons Instruction at the Tank Destroyer School. R.S. Van Duzer CAPT FA 33:206,207 MR '43 
THIRD ARMY 

Air OP Operations in the Third U.S. Army. Article 36:588,589 0 '46 
TRANSPORTATION CORPS 

The TC's Postwar Fleet. Roland W. Charles 37:239 JL-AG '47 
U.S. FIELD ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION 

Association Medal Winners. Articles: 31:53 JA '41; 32:917 D '42 37:235 JL-AG '47 
Ave Atque Vale! Article 40:98 MY-JE '50 

)(Mr<is of Association Medals. Articles 32:538 JL '42; 33:331 MY '43 

Editor's "Creed." Article 36:260,261 MY '46 

Fire for Effect. Devere Armstrong COL FA 36:196,197 AP '46 

Is Open Country Ahead? Editorial 37:248,249 JL-AG '47 

It's Your Association. Editorial 37:36,37 JA-F *47 

Meet Our New Officers and Council Members. Article 36:96-98 F '46 

Medal. Article 31:153 MR '41 

Minutes: 31:33,34 JA '41; 32:167,168 F '42; 33:150 F '43; 35:118 F '45; 36:118-120 F '46; 

37:38-41 JA-F *47; 38:29-31 JA-F '48; 39:12,13 JA-F '49; 40:8,9 JA-F '50 
New Association Officers. Article 32:338 MY '42 
A New Conmandant F.A.S. Feature 32:578 AG '42 

Origins of the Field Artillery Association. William J. Snow ^V\J GEN (RET) 37:42,43,59- 
63 JA-F '47 

Proposed Amendments to the Constitution. Articles: 31:420 JE '41; 31:523 JL *41 
Where are They? Feature 34:631 SE '44 
Year-End Reflections. 36:630,631 N-D '46 
U.S. FIELD ARTILLERY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

FA Historical Association Founded. Feature 43:51,52 MY-JE '75 
U.S. MARINE CORPS 

Narine Instruction. Feature 43:51,52 JA-F '75 
U.S. MARINE CORPS-ARTILLERY 

A Glimpse of Guam. Charles N, Platt SGT USMC 34:789 N '44 
Land-Based Rockets. Feature 35:353 JE '45 
75's on Guam. Fred R. Travis CPL USMCR 35:233,234 AP '45 
U.S. MARINE CORPS-FIELD ARTILLERY 

Marine Field Artillery on Guadalcanal. P.A. delValle BRIG GEN USMC 33:722-733 0 '43 
U.S. mm CORPS-FIELD ARTILLERY-1ST PROVISIONAL ANTIAIRCRAFT GP 

The Climb Toward Perfection. Henry J. Blossy CAPT USMC 38:227-230 SE-0 '48 


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U.S. MARINE CORPS-FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL 

Artillery Course at Quantico. J.R. Blackwell CAPT USMC 33:538,539 JL '43 
U.S. MARINE CORPS SCHOOL, QUANTICO, VA. 

Artillery Course at Quantico. J.R. Blackwell CAPT USMC 33:538,539 JL '43 
tr.S. MILITARY ACADEMY 

Artillery Training at West Point. Article 44:49,50 SE-0 '76 
Speech Instruction at West Point. William J. Thompson COL FA 39:106,107 MY-JE '49 
West Point Looks Ahead. Maxwell D. Taylor MAJ GEN 36:134-137 MR '46 
U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY-FIELD ARTILLERY DET 

Subcaliber at USMA. Harry E. Mikkelsen CAPT ORD 32:643,644 AG '42 
U.S. NATIONAL GUARD 

DeUils With the National Guard. R.C. Williams, Jr LT COL INF 38:173,174 JL-AG '48 
Fire Mission. Letter 43:5 JL-AG '75 

National Guard Subject Schedules^ William D. Williams COL FA 39:198 SE-O '49 
The New National Guard. Butler B. Miltonberger MAJ GEN 37:166,167 MY-JE '47 
A Problem of Priorities. Duane M. Norman MAJ 42:5-8 SE-0 '74 
Recruiting & Retention. Daniel B. Wilkins CPT FA 43:12-14 MY-JE '75 
ILS. NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS, MD 

Annapolis, U.S. A. Henry Y. Shaefer LT Comdr USNR 36:355 JE '46 
U.S. NAVY-ARTILLERY SUPPORT 

Call Me Admiral. Burt A. Vanderclute COL FA 42:56,57 N-D '74 
ti.S.S.R. See RUSSIA 



V^2 BOMB 

Artillery of the Future. Hal D. Steward MAJ INF 36:322-333 JE '46 

The First Meld Artillery Guided Missile System. Benjamin D. King CPT FA 44:57-60 JL-AG '76 
Guided Missiles-The Artilleryman's Answer. Nels A. Parson, Jr CAPT FA 39:112-114 MY-JE '49 
In Vain Do They Seek a Defense Against Lightning. Albert J. Weinnig LT COL CAC 36:537- 
539 SE '46 

VALKENBURG (WWIl). 1940 

An Historical Example: A Successful Defense Against an Air-Borne Invasion. Feature 
31:451-456 JL '41 
VANOER CLUTE. BURT A.. II. 1944- 

Call He Admiral. 42:56.57 N-D '74 
Sultan Mehmet tne Conquerer. 42:39-41 MY-JE '74 
VANOERPOOL, JAY 0. 

Sound and Fragment Adjustment. 34:458-462 JL '44 
Survey Problems in Island Warfare. 33:929,930 0 '43 
VAN DUSEN. C. RAYMOND 

What. Another Interview? 35:734,735 D '45 
VAN OUZER, R.S. 

Weapons Instruction at the Tank Destroyer School. 33:206,207 MR '43 
VAN HORNE, RICHARD W. 

Short-Range Firing Against the Siegfried Line. 35:75,76 F '45 
VAN WYCK, RALPH 

Antitank Battery Training. 31:6-10 JA '41 
Some Thoughts on Emplacement of Antitank Guns. 31:161-163 MR '41 
VARSHAYSKl T. 

Soviet Itotor Maintenance on Winter Marches. 33:183 NR '43 
VASIL'CHENKO, A. 

The Observation Post in Defense. 43:36-39 SE-0 '75 
VASILIEV. A. 

At Point-Blank Range. 33:932 D '43 
VAUGHAN, PAUL 

Sub-Caliber Mount for lOB-mm Howitzer M2A1. 34:181 MR '44 


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VAUGHAN. S.E. 

On Enlivening the Dead-Space Chart. 30:469-472 N-D *40 
On Ttrm^ Oneself to the Ground. 30:279-281 JL-AG '40 
VEGERCHUK, P. 

Tanks In a Forest Battle. 32:960,961 D '42 
VEHICLES, MILITARY 

American-Made Trucks In Siege of Bardla. Article 31:82 F *41 
Army Develops Wheel-Track Vehicle. Feature 43:24 N-D '75 
"Blissful" Buying. Article 32:537 JL '42 
British Ingenuity. Article 34:707 0 '44 
Contrasts. Article 33:195 MR '43 

A Distance Guide for Motor Vehicles. William C. Dunckel LT COL FA 32:27 JA '42 
Fighting the Unconmon Cold, Winterization Kits for Army Vehicles Now Available. Article 
34:561-563 AG '44 

Hot Tips on Hot Weather Vehicle Operation. Article 34:388 JE '44 

Motor Maintenance. Feature 31:323-335 MY '41 

Open Cabs. Article 33:424,425 JE '43 

Seat Cushions. Article 33:537 JL '43 

Tandem Hitch. Article 34:824 D ‘44 

Training Drivers of a Motorized Battery. Elster COL GER 31:789,790 0 '41 
Truck of Strictly Military Type. Article 32:347 MY '42 
VELOCIMETER 

Strain-Gage Velocimeter Introduced. Article 44:57 JA-F '76 
VERGASON, EDWIN L. (Ned) 

With the Big "A" in Europe. 37:16-24 JA-F '47 
VICTORY (WWII) 

This Mighty Instrument of Victory. Winston L.S. Churchill 36:324,325 JE *46 
Turn-of-the-year Reflections. Editorial 36:4,5 JA '46 
VIDEOTAPES 

"How To" Tapes Prepared by Gunnery Department. Feature 43,32,33 MY-JE '75 
VIETNAM WAR. 1957-75. See WARS-U.S. -VIETNAM, 1957-75. 

VIETNAMIZATION 

FA Assistance Programs: Part VI: Vietnamizatlon. David E. Ott MG 44:10-17 SE-0 '76 
Operations Into Cambodia: Part VI: (Cont.). Vietnamizatloh. David E. Ott LTG 44:13-18 
N-D '76 
VIGMAN, FRED K. 

The Theoretical Evaluation of Artillery After World War One. 44:21-23,38 JA-F '76 
VILFROY, DANIEL 

Artillery. 32:952-956 D '42 
VISAYAN ISLANDS 

The Visayas. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 35:16-20 JA '45 
VISITING CARDS, FIELD ARTILLERY 

Engraved Visiting Cards. Article 31:56 JA '41; 31:234 AP '41; 31:466 JL '41; 31 :707 SE '41 
VOLCANOES 

The Strangest Mission. James R. Johnson 1st LT USMC 38:76,77 MR-AP '48 
VON ONDARZA, ? 

Artillery in Direct Support of Tanks. 31:434-436 JE '41 
The Forward Observer. 31:235-238 AP ‘41 
VYSOKOOSTROVSKY, L. 

Artillery VS. Tiger and Ferdinand. 33:810,811 N '43 



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WAGNER. FRIEDRICH 

Howitzers Against Soviet Tanks. 32:605,606 AG '42 
WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN MAYHEW 1883-1953 

A Tribute and a Challenge. 37:240,241 JL-AG '47 
WALDMAN, ERIC 

FO's Recording Sheet. 33:389 MY '43 
READY SHORT-BASE TABLES. 33:414 JE '43 
WALKER. HENRY P. 

Liaison Officer-The One-Armed Paperhanger. 37:173,174 MY-JE '47 
Red-Legged Doughboys. 38:117-119 MY-JE '48 
Where Are the "Light" Divisions? 37:109 MR-AP '47 
WALLACE. FRED C. 1887- 

Current Misconceptions Upon the Liaison Method of Conduct of Fire. 31:432 JE '41 
WALLACE. GEORGE C. 1934- 

Thoughts on Combat. 41:24-26 0-N '73 
WALLACE. JOSIAH A. 1896- 

Direct-Support Battalion. 30:34-37 JA-F '40 
WALTER, EDWARD COCKERILL, 1912- 

Short Titles for Radio Channels. 39:208 SE-0 '49 
WALTERS. GENE ALLISON. 1921- 

Alr-Ground Warfare In Florida. 39:4-9 JA-F '49 
WAR 

The Acid Test. J. H. Unwin CDR GB 37:232-234 JL-AG '47 
Articles: 30:248 JL-AG '40; 32:556 JL '42; 32:951 D '42 
Military Progress. Cary 1. Crockett COL 31:421-424 JE '41 
Military Reserves and Resources. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 30:109-118 MR-AP '40 
Question and Answer. Feature 37:159 MY-JE '47 
Rules of the Big Game. Jerry S. Addington LT FA 32:321,322 AP '42 
WAR DEPARTMENT-MANUALS. 

Special Notice. Article 33:813 N '43 
WAR DEPARTMENT-ORGANIZATION 

Land Marks of Military Policy: Organization and Training, Utilization of Negro Manpower. 
Article 36:344-346 JE '46 

The Pentagon Makes Sense. Robert B. McBane MAJ 37:30-32 JA-F '47 
Reorganization of the War Department and of the Army. Feature 36:339-343 JE '46 
WAR NOTE. Wars Are Arranged Alphabetically and Chronologically by Area or Country. Major 
Numbered Wars Consider Countries and Subjects As Sub-Headings, e.g., "Wars-U.S.-WWI, 1914-18." 
WAR-MIDDLE EAST-YOM KIPPUR WAR. 1973 

The 1973 Neareast War. Horst Toepfer COL GER: I: 42:36-43 N-D '74; II: 43:6-13 JA-F 
•75; III; 43:12-19,45 MR-AP '75 
Suppression. David E. Ott MG 42:12-14 N-D '74 

WAR-MIDDLE EAST-YOM KIPPUR WAR, 1973-ARTILLERY 
Artillery Support In the Yom Kippur War. T.L. Morony BRIG GB 43:40-43 SE-0 '75 
WAR-MIDDLE EAST-PALESTINE, 1917-18 

Artillery With Cavalry, Brief Lessons From the British Campaign In Palestine. Article 
30:477 N-D '40 

WAR-MIDDLE EAST-CHRONOLOGY 
Feature. 43:13 JA-F '75 

WAR-SOUTH AMERICAN-S.A. -CHACO. 1932-35 
Preview In the Chaco. Edward A. Raymond CAPT FA 32:794,795 0 '42 
WAR-SPAIN-CIVIL WAR. 1936-39 
Article 31:239 AP '41 

WAR-U.S. -REVOLUTION. 1763-83 

Artillery Episode, Revolutionary War, the Beginnings of Our Artillery, Washington and Knox; 

Boston and Ticonderoga. Oliver L. Spaulding BRIG GEN (RET) 30:206-208 MY-JE '40 
Captain Hamilton of the Artillery. J.B.B. Trussell, Jr. MAJ CAC 40:26-29 JA-F '50 
Oonn Paul Jones Had a Sailor. Jerome Kearful 40:103 MY-JE '50 


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Magnificent Mud (Fort Mifflin). Will lam Brindley 39:124,125 MY-JE '49 
Yesterday's Artillery, 200 Years Ago, May-June 1775. L.L. Sims, PhD 43:60,61 MY-JE '75 
Yesterday's Artillery, 200 Years Ago, July-August 1775. L.L. Sims PhD 43:60-61 JL-AG *75 
WAR-U.S.-WAR OF 1812 (1812-15) 

The British Went to Dinner. Jerome Kearful 39:80 MR-AP '49 
Cannon Hold the Breach. J.B.B. Trussell, Jr MAJ CAC 39:258-260 N-D '49 
Caves and the War of 1812. George F. Jackson 38:217-219 SE-0 '48 
WAR-U.S. -MEXICAN WAR, 1845-48 

Cross a River and Gain an Empire. Jerome Kearful 39:135 MY-JE '49 
Doniphan's Artillery. Jerome Kearful 40:70,71 MR-AP '50 
Guns Before Chapultepec. John B.B. Trussell, Jr MAJ CAC 39:108-110 MY-JE '49 
Shelby's Expedition to Mexico. William W. Barnett, Jr. 39:121 ,122 MY-JE '49 
The Undeclared Mexican War. Melvin Goodman 38:222,223 SE-0 '48 
WAR-U.S. -CIVIL WAR, 1861-65 

Artillery on the Western Frontier. Philip R. Wlllmarth LT COL FAR 39:162-164 JL-AG '49 
'''he Battle of the Hemp Bales. William W. Barnett, Jr. CAPT INF 39:72 MR-AP '49 
The Delayed Telegram that Saved the Union Fleet. Jerome Kearful 39:20 JA-F '49 
The 80-Year Hangover. Harold Heifer 38:172 JL-AG '48 
General Forrest's Navy. Jerome Kearful 39:264,265 N-0 '49 

Our First Air OP-Aerlal Observation, Model of 1861. Carl T. Schmidt LT COL INF 38:22-25 
JA-F '48 

Pelham-Gallant Gunner. J.B.B. Trussell, Jr MAJ FA 39:59-61 MR-AP '49 
Psychological Warfare, 1864. George S. Burkhardt 37:220 JL-AG '47 
WAR-U.S. -CIVIL WAR, 1861-65, ARTILLERY 

Field Artillery, Model 1861; a Brief Glimpse of Union Artillery In the Early Days of the 
War Between the States. Philip R. Wlllmarth LT COL FA 39:206,207 SE-0 '49 
Swamp Angle. Robert E. Dunfleld 2LT MI 42:32-37 JA-F '74 
WAR-U.S. -SPANISH-AMERICAN-1898,99 
The Sentry'-s Shorthand. Jerome Kearful 39:75 MR-AP '49 
WAR-U.S. -PHILIPPINE INSURRECTION, 1899-1902 
Bridgman's Bull Battery. R.K. McMaster MAJ (RET) FA 42:21 JL-AG '74 
Gunner In Luzon, Trench Warfare, 1899 Style, Part II. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 
30:38-45 JA-F '40 

Gunner In Luzon, Open Warfare, 1899 Style, Part III. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 
30:120-128 MR-AP '40 

Gunner In Luzon. Flanking Operation, 1899 Style, Part IV. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 
30:209-221 MY-JE '40 

Gunner In Luzon, Morong Expedition, Part V. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 30:300-305 
JL-AG '40 

Gunner In Luzon, South Line-Zapote River, Part VI. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 30:384 
393 SE-0 '40 

Gunner In Luzon, Young's Expedition, Conclusion. Ernest D. Scott BRIG GEN (RET) 30:478- 
484 N-D '40 

WAR-(W0RLD WAR I, 1914-18) 

Artillery Innovations In WWI. Donald E. Ignalls MAJ 42:54-57 SE-0 '74 
Can We Arm? William J. Snow MAJ GEN(RET) 30:163-165 MY-JE '40 

Wartime Procurement of Field Artillery Materiel. William J. Snow MAJ GEN (RET) 31:167-170 
MR '41 

WAR (WWI)-ARTILLERY 
Article. 30:194 MY-JE '40 

Field Artillery Abroad, the Development of Artillery In Recent Years. Article 31:54-56 
JA '41 

Mass Fire In WWI. Alexander T. Jennette LTC FA 43:40-45 MY-JE '75; 43:17-19,45 JL-AG '75 
WAR (WWI) -EUROPEAN THEATER 
Pigs and War. Harold Heifer 38:161 JL-AG '46 
WAR (WWI ) -FRANCE 

Artillery In the Elastic Defense. M. L. Curry CAPT USMC 30:296-299 JL-AG '40 
WAR (WWI) -GERMANY 

The German Paris Gun of World War I. Feature 38:126,127 MY-JE '48 
WAR (WORLD WAR II, 1939-45) 

Airborne Survey. John V. McNally 1st LT FA 37:287-289 SE-0 '47 



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Article. 32:1 JA '42 

Comments on the War. Lord Gort 32:162-166 F '42 
Comments on the War. Why 1941 Was Not 1812. Feature 32:34-37 JA '42 
Historical Precedent for Today's Modern Battlefield. Paul F. Pearson COL FA 43:56-58 
MR-AP '75 


Lessons From the War, Never Make Assumptions as to the Enemy. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 
31:38-46 JA '41 


Operation Amphibious. R.C. Williams, Jr. LT COL INF: I: 40:21-26 JA-F '50; I: (Cont) 40: 

58-63 MR-AP '50; II: 40:109-113 MY-JE '50 
Strategy of the War. 36:562.563 0 '46 
WAR (WWII)-ARTILLERY 

Artillery In Villages. Robert H. Scales, Jr. MAJ FA 43:42-44 JL-AG '75 
Loophole-Her Trails and Redemption. David J. McDaniel LT COL FA 36:208,209 AP '46 
WAR (WWl I )-'BALKANS 

War In the Balkans. Conrad H. Larza COL FA 31:872-884 N '41; 31:944-953 D '41 
WAR (WWII)-BELGIUM 

The Fall of Belgium. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA: I: 31:346-357 JE '41; II: 31:472-484 JL 
'41; III: 31:558-567 AG '41 

German Assaults Upon Permanent Fortificatons. C.T. Schmidt CAPT INF 31:360-364 JE '41 
WAR (WWII)-CAMPAIGNS-DARDANELLES 

Operation Amphibious, Part I. R.C. Williams, Jr LT COL CAC 40:21-26 JA-F '50 
UAR iUUI T 1-TTAI TAN 

Black Buffalo. E.A. Raymond MAJ FA 36:14-16 JA '46 
WAR (WWII)-ST. NAZAIRE 

Operation Amphibious, Part I, Continued. R.C. Williams, Jr. LT COL INF 40:58-63 MR-AP '50 
WAR (WWII)-CASUALTIES 

Learning What Hits Us. John A. Crane MAJ GEN (RET) 37:286,287 SE-0 '47 
WAR (WWII]-CAUSES 

The Greatest Victory of German Propaganda. Andrew Kamarck CAPT FA 34:158-161 MR '44 
WAR (WWII)-CHINA-BURMA THEATER 

Medium Artillery In Burma. J.B. Knowles CAPT FA 35:21-27 JA '45 
Nondivislonal Artillery In Burma. Robert C. Taber MAJ FA 36:152-156 MR '46 
Service With the Chinese Army. Hubert M. Cole COL FA 36:104-107 F '46 
WAR (WWII) EASTERN FRONT 

Ambushing With Artillery. Parapov MAJ USSR 34:786 N '44 
First to Fire Into Czechoslovakia. Article 35:742 D '45 
WAR (WWII)-EASTERN FRONT -ARTILLERY 
Artillery In the Russo-German War. Article 31:672,673 SE '41 
Light Artillery In the Pursuit. I. Mallkin LT COL USSR 34:317 MY '44 
WAR (WWII)-EDUCATION 

The Wartime Information and Education Program. Article 38:268-270 N-O '48 
WAR (WWII)-EUROPEAN THEATER 

Armored FA Across France. I.B. Washburn LT COL FA 35:204,205 AP '45 


Artillery In an Encirclement. Edward S. Berry LT COL FA 36:88,89 F '*6 
Artillery In Defense Along the Moselle. Harold S. Davis MAJ FA 35:620-623 0 '45 
Artillery in Normandy. H.W. Blakeley MAJ 39:52-54 MR-AP '49 
Artillery. In Street Fighting. G. Menshikov MAJ USSR 36:471,472 AG '46 
Artillery In the Ardennes. Joseph R, Reeves LT COL FA 36:138,-142, 173-184 MR '46 
Artillery Support at Arnhem. I.P. Tooley LT COL RA 35:202-204 AP '45 
Artillery Targets Across the Rhine. James E. O'Steen LT COL FA 35:471-479 AG '45 
Artillery VS. a German Bridge. Carl F. Maples CAPT 35:361 JE '45 

Artillery With an American Army In Europe. Charles E. Hart BRIG GEN 37:25,26 53-58 JA-F 
•47 


Artillery's Part In the Bastogne Break-In. John H. Merriam CAPT FA 35:407 JL '45 
Bastogne-an Artillery Classic. William R. Jesse LT COL FA 35:718-720 D '45 
Battle Notes. Harold S. Davis MAJ FA 35:155 MR '45 
Cannon Company at Mons Lelllgen. S.J. Tobin LT FA 35:623-625 0 '45 
Close Support at Kalthenhouse. Eugene Maurey CAPT FA 35:205-207 AP '45 
The Defense of Hondeghm, a Battery of Field Artillery In Close-Range Fighting. Feature 
31:2-5 JA *41 


Defensive Fires. 
Direct Support. 


Robert M. Ewing LT COL FA 36:75 F 
R.W. Ml 11 lean MAJ FA 35:199-202 AP 


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'45 



132 


Employment of Radar by XV Corps Artillery. Edward S. Ott BRIG GEN 36:462-467 AG '46 
A Fight. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 35:156-160 MR '45 
Fire Control on Omaha Beach. Coit N. Coker LT JG USN 36:530-533 SE '46 
Fireworks on the Fourth. Harold Denny 34:642 SE '44 

From Morocco to Berlin, an Armored Artillery Battalion in Action. Hugh M. Exton LT COL FA- 
I: 38:108-114 MY-JE '48; II: 38:162,163, 188-193 JL-AG '48 
Garigliano Mission. Scorpion Staff 35:359-361 JE '45 
GHQ Test I to the Rescue. Donald B. Harriott COL FA 35:686-689 N '45 
In France With 105's. Harry R. Ostler CAPT FA 35:170,171 MR '45 
Identification. Arnold M. Anderson LT COL FA 38:143 MY-JE *48 
The Lost Battalion of Mortain. C. Donald Wire 37:342,343 N-D '47 
The Massacre at Malmedy. Virgil P. Lary, Jr 1st LT FA 36:80-82 F '46 
Mission: Destruction. Paul F. Wilson MAJ FA 35:481-483 AG '45 
More on the Massacre at Malmedy. Kenneth C. Parker 36:283 MY '46 
An Ml 2 Battalion in Combat. Lewis R. Soffer LT FA 35:29-31 JA '45 
A New Fighting Team. P.C. Meachem CAPT 34:778-780 N '44 

Night Ride Through Krautland With Artillery Pointing the Way. Milton M. Meisels 1st LT FA 
36:276-278 my '46 

991st Field Artillery Battalion. Article 35:549,550 SE '45 

Normandy Armored RSOP and Survey. David E. Olson LT FA 34:681,682 0 '44 

Normandy Effect. Article 34:680 0 '44 

On to Berlin. Ernest J. Whitaker MAJ FA 34:784,785 N '44 

One Year of Combat With the 240' s, SAGA of the 698th FA BN. C.V. Clifton LT COL FA 35: 

258-261 MY '45 

The Rendezvous. Roy Denial 38:33 JA-F '48 
Resume of Action of the 18th FA BN. Article 35:279,281 MY '45 
Russian Artillery-1941-1945. H.G. deWatteville LT COL GB 37:175,195-199 MY-JE '47 
VI Corps Artillery Communications. Harry M. Foos, Jr. CAPT FA 35:435-437 JL '45 
Small Unit Action, Adventure at Aywaille. Tattnall R. Pritchard, Jr. CAPT FA 39:26,27 
JA-F '49 

Small Unit Action-Breakthrough. Tattnall R. Pritchard, Jr. CAPT FA 39:68,69 MR-AP '49 
Small Unit Action, Crossing the Meuse. Tattnall R. Pritchard, Jr. CAPT FA 38:128-130 
MY-JE '48 

Spearhead Artillery. Frederic J. Brown COL FA 36:502-510 SE '46 
Tank Destroyers in the Roer River Crossing. Paul B. Bell COL FA 35:497 ,49B AG '45 
Tips From Overseas, II. Bernard J. Rauch LT COL FA 34:639-641 SE *44 
T.N.T. Wholesale. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:781-784 N '44 
The Truth. James H. Reynokds, Jr. CAPT FAR 39:234 SE-0 '49 
"Varsity's" Organic Artillery. Samuel C. Myer LT 35:673-676 N *45 
With Mediums. Frank W. Norris LT COL FA 35:171-176 MR '45 
With the Big "A" in Europe. Edwin L. (Ned) Vergason 37:16-24 JA-F '47 
WAR (WWI I) -EUROPEAN THEATER-ORGANIZATION 
Infantry Division in Europe. H.W. Blakeley MAJ GEN 36:262-268 MY '46 
WAR (WWI I )-FRANCE 

Adventure at Jussey. Schwolbe, CPL 31:307-309 MY '41 
Armored Attack South of A • Feature 31:543,544 AG '41 

Artillery in Action on the Aisne on June 9. Paul W. Thompson CAPT ENG 31:305-307 MY '41 
Artillery Observation. Hans Revermann LT GER 31:621,622 AG '42 

Campaign of Flanders, 1940. Leo Framery CAPT FA: I: 31:634-642 SE '41; II: 31:762-768 
0 '41; III: 31:886-894 N '41; IV: 31 : 978-985 D '41 ; V: 32:60-66 JA '42; VI: 32:147- 
152 F '42; VII: 32:247-249 MR '42 

The Field Artillery Journal's Military Coimientator Reports on the Breakthrough at Sedan. 

Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:70-78 F '41 
Fighting the Panzers. Jean JuPont LT FR 31:538-543 AG '41 
Forcing the Somme. Reinicke MAJ GER 31:612-618 AG '42 

How the Poles Fought in France. Wlodzlmierz Onacewicz COL POL: I: 31:841-847 N '41; 

II: 31:956-965 D '41 

Incidents From the Battle of France, Armored Action Near the Coast. P.W. Bramwell CAPT 
ENG 31:403-412 JE '41 

On the Alsace Front, 1940. Jean DuPont LT FR 31:731-735 0 '41 

Strictly According to the Book, Baptism of Fire of a Battalion of German Light Artillery 
in the Campaign in France. Article 41:510-516 JL '41 ; 

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I 


WAR (WWII)-EUROPEAN THEATER-FRANCE-TACTICS 
Why France Fell, Tactics of the Artillery In War of Movement. Article 31:30 JA '41 
WAR (WWII)-GERMANY 

Comments on the War, Why 1941 Was Not 1812. Feature 32:34-37 JA '42 
Origins of a Major War. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 30:284-295 JL-AG '40 
WAR (WWI I) -EUROPEAN THEATER-GERMANY -ARTILLERY 
Artillery in the Russo-German War. Article 31:672,673 SE '41 

The First Field Artillery Guided Missile System. Benjamin D. King CPT FA 44:57-60 JL-AG '76 
Reasons for the Success of the German Field Artillery. Article 31:989-991 0 '41 
The Triumph of the Gun. Hoffman Nickerson: I: 32:102-107 F '42; II: 32:212-217 MR '42 
The Value of Artillery in Modern War. Article 31:288 MY '41 
WAR (WWII)-EUROPEAN THEATER-GERMANY -TACTICS 
An Amateur's First Attempt at Strategy. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 31:691-697 SE '41 
Wedge and Kessel, German Tactics Against the Russians. Article 31:810-817 N '41 
WAR (WWII)-GREAT BRITAIN 

May, 1940, Some Experiences of a Field Regiment R.A., by D/101. 31:919-929 D '41 

WAR (WWII)-HISTORY 

AAF's Flying Artillery, the 75-mm Baker Two-Five. Jim Beavers LTC (RET) USAF 44:25-29 
JL-AG '76 

WAR (WWII}-HOLLAND 

An Historical Example: A Successful Defense Against an Air-Borne Invasion. Feature 
31:451-456 JL '41 

WAR (WWII)-HOLLAND-ARTILLERY 

Incidents From the War, Experiences of a Dutch Artillery Detachment During the Invasion 
of Holland. Article 31:667-670 SE '41 

WAR (WWII)-ITALIAN CAMPAIGN-ARTILLERY 
Brassing Off Kraut. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:694-698 0 '44 

Dirty Work at the Crossroads, (Firing Tables). Edward G. Seidel CAPT FA 34:412,413 JL '44 
8-Inch Howitzer Accuracy. Article 34:412 JL *44 

Employment of Artillery in Italy. Norman P. Morrow COL FA 34:499-505 AG '44 
An F.A. Group at Cassino, by its Executive Officer. 35:111-116 F '45 
FO Conments From the Beachhead. Dale Van Hyning LT FA 34:402-404 JL '44 
An LnO in the Rapido Crossing. Paul F. Richmond LT FA 34:405,406 JL '44 
Night Work in Italy. Article 34:411 JL '44 
240-iiin Effectiveness. Article 34:413 JL '44 
WAR (WWII)-ITALIAN THEATER 

American Artillery Proves Itself Again. John E. Whelden LT 34:25 JA '44 
Beachhead Briefs. Article 34:404 JL '44 
Italian Glimpses. E.E. Surdyk MAJ FA 34:129 F '44 
Tips From Overseas. Article 34:413-415 JL '44 
When in Rome. Ernest J. Whitaker MAJ FA 34:339,340 JE '44 
WAR (WWI I) -LIBYAN CAMPAIGN 

"Desert Encounter." David Larr LT COL GSC 32:116-120 F '42 


Desert Tank Battle. Harold Denny 32:747-749 0 '42 
The Unexpected Always Happens. David Larr LT COL GSC 32:387-391 MY '42 
WAR (WWI I) -MEDITERRANEAN THEATER 
Air OPs. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:274-278 MY '44 
An Artillery Action in Somaliland. Article 31:389-391 JE '41 
WAR (WWI I) -NORTH AFRICAN THEATER 

Action in Tunisia, Daylight Air Attack on Artillery Battery on the Road. 
AP *43 


Article 33:277 


Among Those Baptized. Howard A. Smith, Jr. CAPT FA 34:214,215 AP '44 
Bardia Bill and Perimeter Pete. G.B. Jarrett LT COL ORD 34:41 JA '44 
Battle of Sidi Bou Zidi: 15 Feb 43. Edwin H. Burba LT COL FA 33:643,644 SE '43 
The Big Problem. Riley Sunderland LT FA 33:2-4 JA '43 
Close Support in Tunisia. Percy W. Thompson LT COL FA 33:489-491 JL '43 
Combat Conclusion of a Medium Battalion in Africa. William C. Westmoreland LT COL FA 
33:649,650 SE '43 

CommO in the Medium Battalion. Owen B. Knight CAPT FA 34:102,103 F '44 
El Quettar: March 25-Apr11 8, 1943. Douglas J. Page COL FA 33:645-647 SE '43 
Finale In Tunisia, April 16th to May 15th 1943. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:482-488 
JL '43 


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German Armored Formations In Libya. H.B. Latham COL RA 33:176-178 MR '43 
In Tunisia's Mud and Blood. Lunsford E. Oliver MAJ GEN 33:492,493 JL '43 
Libyan Letter. Article 33:182 MR '43 

Mediterranean Odyssey. Michael Buckley, Jr. LT COL FA 32:738-744 0 '42 

Night Fighting. Sydney S. Combs CAPT FA 34:99-101 F '44 

North African Jottings. R.D. Schmidt COL FA 33:652 SE '43 

Sedjenane-BIzerte: April 8-May 7, 1943. Douglas J. Page COL FA 33:783,784 0 '43 

Seesaw In Libya. Article 32:208-210 MR '42 

Sidl Bou Zid to Sbeltla, Feb. 14-17, 1973. E.H. Burba LT COL FA 34:8-13 JA '44 

Slugging It out. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:14-20 JA '44 

Snapshots. Joseph R. Couch LT COL FA 33:889,890 D '43 

Some Battle Lessons. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 34:104-106 F '44 

Some Tunisian Details. Clarence C. Benson COL CAV 34:2-7 JA '44 

Targets. Article 33:615 AG '43 

Teamwork. Article 33:465 JE '43 

Thala Engagement: February 21-24, 1943. Evert E. Strong MAJ FA 33:573 AG '43 
Tobruk (Lieutenant-Colonel David Larr's Diary of a Trip), Part I. David Larr LT COL FA 
32:203-207 MR '42 

Tobruk Diary, Concluded. David Larr LT COL GSC 32:295-300 AP '42 

Tunisian Experiment. Norman J. Kinley CAPT FA 33:199 MR '43 

The Turn of the Tide, by Observer. 32:926-929 D '42 

The War In North Africa. Article 31:834-840 N '41 

Armored Artillery Action. Lowell M. Riley COL FA 34:179 MR '44 

Armored Artillery at Sened Station. Orville W. Martin COL FA 33:569-572 AG '43 

Artillery In Tank Support. "Sarkle" 33:179,180 MR '43 

Artillery In the Desert. Article 33:40,41 JA '43 

British Artillery Action In Tunisia, by a British Artillery Officer. 33:494 JL '43 
Corps Artillery, How It Was Employed. A.J. Ranee BRIG GEN 33:886-888 D *43 
Enen\y Artillery Intelligence. William J. Hanks MAJ FA 34:21-23 JA '44 
Forward Observation In Africa. Richard D. Bush LT FA 33:771-775 0 '43 
155th Field Battery at Beja. Article 33:653 SE '43 
Return of the Guns. E.C. Anstey BRIG RA 34:196,197 MR '44 
WAR (WWII)-ORIGINS 

Origins of a Major War. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA: 30:166-173 MY-JE '40; 

30:376-382 SE-0 '42 

WAR (WWII)-PACIFIC THEATER 

Action at Vella Lavella. W.H. Allen, Jr. LT COL FA 40:120-124 MY-JE '50 
Air OP'S In New Guinea. Charles W. Stratton LT COL FA 34:767 N '44 
Amtanks Point the Way to Amphibious Field Artillery. John T. Collier MAJ CAV 35:727-731 D 
'45 

The Battle for Baguio. Archibald M. Rodgers MAJ FA 35:642-646 N '45 

The Battle of Manila. Nelson H. Randall MAJ FA 35:450-456 AG '45 

Bouga1nv111e-1944. Robert F. Cocklln CAPT FA 34:451,452 JL '44 

The Cagayan Valley Operation. Archibald M. Rogers MAJ FA 36:99-103 F '46 

The Climb Toward Perfection. Henry J. Blossy CAPT USMC 38:227-230 SE-0 '48 

Communications Problems In SWPA. Richard Leffers CAPT FA 34:599-601 SE '44 

Early Luzon Experience. J. Richard Hearn 35:328,329 JE '45 

Fifteen Days-the Defense of Damulaan. Bruce H. Wells LT FA 35:224-232 AP '45 

Fifth Wheel. Douglass P. Quandt COL GSC 36:390-393 JL '46 

Fighting the Japanese. Chang Ten Jen CAPT CHINA 33:42-45 JA '43 

Fighting the Nips, with 105's. Eugene R. Stnyth MAJ FA 35:529-534 SE '45 

How It Actually Works Out. Article 33:128 F '43 

How They Did It. Edward Kraus CAPT FA 32:418-422 JE '42 

In New Guinea. Robert M. White, II CAPT FA 34:278-280 MY '44 

Japanese 'Naval* Defeat. Harrison Forman 37:343 N-D '47 

Kwajalein Atoll-An Interim Report. Archibald V. Arnold MAJ GEN 34:595,596 SE '44 

Kwajalein Glimpse. Article 34:457 JL '44 

Leyte Llalslon. Charles C. Sheahan LT FA 35:391 JL '45 

Okinawa Hole-Ins. Article 35:416 JL '45 

Perimeter Defense. Cornells DeW. W. Lang 35:647-650 N '45 

"PlAy the Game, Mr. King," A Hitherto Untold Story of the Hero of Bataan. Herbert B. 

Mayer MAJ CMP 34:218,219 AP '44 


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Sea Island Serenade, the Recapture of Guam. P.A. delValle BRIG GEN USMC 34:803-806 D *44 
Stars Fell on low Jima. Franklin W. Ball 38:224.225 SE-0 '48 
Tank Destroyers Against Japan. Alleton Cushman LT COL 36:70-73 F *46 
The Team on New Georgia, by an Infantry Battalion Commander. 33:843-845 N ‘43 
Three Months on Bougainville. Howard F. Haines LT COL FA 34:444-450 JL *44 
A War of Superlatives. Hanson W. Baldwin 35:597.598 0 '45 
WAR (WWII)-PACIFIC THEATER-AERIAL OPERATIONS 
Artillery Cubs In Mountain Operations. 33d Inf Olv In Northern Luzon. Ralph MacDonald 
COL FA 35:614-616 0 '45 

Biscuit Bombers. Edward M. Flanagan. Jr MAJ FA 38:73-75 W-AP '48 
"Grasshopper" Survey-Part II. Henri Bourneuf CAPT FA 34:452.453 JL '44 
WAR (WWII)-FACIFIC THEATER-ARTILLERY 
Amphibious Artillery. E.J. Rowe MAJ USMC 38:66-70 MR-AP '48 
Artillery at Bougainville. Feature 35:96.97 F '45 
Artillery at Tarawa. P.M. Rlxey LT COL USMC 35:3-6 JA '45 

Artillery In the Bougainville Campaign. John C. Guenther CAPT INF 35:330-334 JE '45 
Artillery on New Georgia. Robert C. Glldart LT COL FA 34:82-89 F '44 
Artillery on "Nothing Atoll" (Pelellu Island). R.A. Evans LT COL USMC 35:6-10 JA '45 
Artillery on Offshore Islands. Bernard C. Borning CAPT FA 36:90.91 F *46 
Artillery Operations of the New Georgia Campaign. Harold R. Barker BRIG GEN 34:530-536 AG 
'44 


Artillery Support of Foot Cavalry. Charles E. Brady LT COL CAV 34:537 AG '44 
Battle Notes of Division Artillery on Luzon. Frank J. Sackton COL GSC 35:539.540 SE '45 
The Battle of Okinawa, an Artillery Angle. Bernard S. Waterman COL FA 35:523-528 SE '45 
Cassino of the Pacific. 96th Division Artillery Against Strongly-Fortified Okinawa. Lauren 
K. Soth CAPT FA 35:465-467 AG '45 

Division Artillery In the Battle of New Georgia. July 24-August 5. 1943. Howard F. Haines 
LT COL FA 33:846-849 N *43 

A Firing Battery on Guadalcanal. John F. Casey. Jr. CAPT FA 33:740-744 0 '43 
Guadalcanal's Artillery. Robert C. Glldart LT COL FA 33:734-739 0 '43 
Japanese Artillery In Northern Luzon. 9 January to 30 June 1945. Feature 36:17-23 JA '46 
Japanese Pows View of our Artillery. Raymond Carlson CPL FA 36:211 AP '46 
Narine Field Artillery on Guadalcanal. P.A. delValle BRIG GEN USMC 33:722-733 0 '43 
The 136th Field Artillery Battalion. Archibald M. Rodgers MAJ FA 35:732.733 D '45 
A Pack Artillery Battalion in the Pacific. March 1942-March 1943. Henry C. Demuth COL FA 
34:93-95 F '44 

75's on Guam. Fred R. Travis CPL USMCR 35:233.234 AP '45 
Sound Observation In the Jungle. Ivers L. Funk LT FA 34:360-362 JE '44 
Survey at Munda. George T. Fielding CAPT FA 34:42-45 JA '44 
Survey In Tropical Island Warfare. Clifford C. Petersen LT FA 33:322-325 MY '43 
Survey on Guadalcanal. James J.A. Kelker MAJ FA 33:850.851 N '43 
Water-Borne Artillery. New Goergla. Article 34:632.733 SE '44 
Webfoot Artillery. Bernard S. Waterman LT COL FA 35:387-390 JL '45 
WAR (WWII)-PACIFIC THEATER-OREGON 
Vo Never Forget. Robert E. Kleiner 38:84.85 MR-AP '48 
WAR (WWII)-POUND 

Incidents of the Campaign In Poland. 1939. Harold D. Kehm CAPT FA 30:174-186 MY-JE '40 
Hen In Armor. Personal Experiences of German Tank Coitnanders . Article 30:346-349 SE-0 '40 
Men In Armor. Tanks Before Warsaw. Article 30:465-468 N-D '40 
Statement of Polish Winner. Article 30:47 JA-F '40 
WAR (WWII)-POLANO-ARTILLERY 

Artillery in Open Warfare. Article 3-:460-464 N-D '40 

Divisional Artillery In the Polish Campaign. Hartmann COL GER 30:15-23 JA-F '40 
WAR (WHII)-POLISH FRONT 

Artillery Helps Itself. Article 31:164-166 MR '41 
WAR (WWID-PROPAGANDA 

"The Hymn of Hate." Earl W. Huntting. LT COL INF 34:216.217 AP '44 
WAR (WWII)-RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN 


Article. 31:809 N '41 , , 

The Autumn. 1942, Campaign In Russia. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:186-194 MR '43 
The Campaigns In Russia. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:296-304 AP '43 
How a Tactical Error Was Corrected. N. Semyonov COL USSR 32:961 0 *42 




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The Russo-German War. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA: I: 32:434-440 JE '42; II: 32:512- 
521 JL '42 III: 32:629-635 AG '42; IV: 32:715-722 SE '42; V: 32:767-773 0 '42; 

VI: 32:840-845 N '42; VII: 32:903-9100 '42 

Why Hitler Attacked Russia, the Real Significance of the German Attack. Andrew M. Kamarck 
LT FA 32:675-679 SE '42 

WAR (WWII)-RUSSIAN FRONT -ARTILLERY 
Artillery at Orel. Henry C. Cassidy 33:813 N '43 
Artillery In Forest and Marshland. I. Alexeyev COL USSR 33:809 N '43 

Artillery Offensive, an Examination of Russian Practice. W.R. Young CAPT GB 36:26-29 JA '46 
How Artillery Captured a Town. Boris Samlolov COL USSR 35:366,367 JE '45 
Mass Employment of Artillery. Georgi Nadlsov LT GEN 35:93,94 F '45 
Offensive Artillery Action. B. Belayev COL USSR 33:812 N '43 
WAR (WWII)-RUSSIAN FRONT -TACTICS 

Wedge and Kessel, German Tactics Against the Russians. Article 31:810-817 N '41 
WAR (WWII)-SICILIAN CAMPAIGN 

Lent1n1-14 July 43, Action of KBNth Field Regiment RA. Article 34:165-167 MR '44 
Long Toms In Action. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 33:803,804 N '43 
Naval Fire Support In Sicily. W.V. Ledley CAPT FA 33:896 D '43 
Praise for our Gunners, From the Richmond News Leader . Article 33:885 0 '43 
Snapshots. Joseph R. Couch LT CCl Fa 33:889,890 D '43 
Trolna Addenda. Clift Andrus BRIG GEN 34:163,164 MR '44 
WAR (WWII)-SOMALILAND 

An Artillery Action In Somaliland. Article 31:389-391 JE '41 
WAR (WWII)-STRATEGY 

Black Buffalo. E.A. Raymond MAJ FA 36:14-16 JA '46 
WAR (WWII)-SYRIAN CAMPAIGN 

The R.H.A. (Royal Horse Artillery) In the Middle East. Article 32:354 MY '42 
WAR (WWII)-TUNISIAN CAMPAIGN 

Direct-Support Battalion S-2 In Action, from Experience Gained In the Tunisian Campaign. 

Percy W. Thompson LT COL FA 33:883-885 D '43 
A Summary of Tunisia. Woodrow M. Smith CAPT FA 33:836 N '43 
Under Fire. Edward A. Raymond MAJ FA 33:891,892 D '43 
WAR (WWII)-WAR CORRESPONDENTS 
Desert Tank Battle. Harold Denny 32:747-749 0 '42 
WAR (WWII)-WAR DEPARTMENT-ORGANIZATION 

Wartime Developments In War Department Organization and Administration. Otto L. Nelson 
MAJ GEN 36:336-338 JE '46 

WAR (WWII)-WESTERN FRONT 

Panzers Across the Meuse, a Modern Example of an Attack Against a River Line. Feature 
31:194-203 AP '41 

Roadside View of the War. Alden McKIm Crane 31:139-142 MR '41 
Time Shell and the Blitzkrieg. James R. Randolph MAJ ORO USAR 31:79-82 F '41 
WAR (WWII)-WESTERN FRONT-ARTILLERY 

Artillery Hints Derived as a Result of Recent Combat In Europe. Kruse COL GER 31:95-99 
F '42 

British Artillery In Flanders. Article 31:206-215 AP '41 
WAR-U.S. -KOREAN WAR, 1950-53 

The Gap In Target Acquisition. Glen Coffman MAJ FA 41:16-19 JL '73 
WAR-U.S. -VIETNAM, 1957-75 

The Battle of Khe Sanh, Part V (Cont): The Hot War. David E. Ott MG 44:44-48 MR-AP '76 
The Buildup: In Order to Win, Part IV. David E. Ott MG 43:9-16 JL-AG '75 
Captured. William S. Reeder, Jr. CPT FA 42:44-49 N-D '74 
A Case for a General. Keith Painter LTC FA 42:62,63 MY-JE '74 
FA Assistance Programs: Part VI: Vietnamizatlon. David E. Ott MG 44:10-17 SE-0 '76 
The Field Artillery Buildup: Part IV: 1966 Combat Operations. David E. Ott MG 
43:46-51 SE-0 '75 

The Field Artillery Buildup: Part IV: 1967 combat Operations., Part IV. David E. Ott MG 
43:29-34 N-D '75 

The Field Artillery In Vietnam: Part II: In Order to Win. David E. Ott MG 43:39-45 

I 

The Field Artillery In Vietnam: The Field Artillery Adviser. David E. Ott MG 43:23-29 
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Field Artillery Mobility: Part III: In Order to Win, David E. Ott MG 43:15-22 MY-JE '75 
1968, the TET offensive. Part V: the Hot War. David E. Ott MG 44:27-31 JA-F '76 
1968-69, a Shau Valley, Part V (Cont):The Hot War. David E. Ott MG 44:53-57 MY-JE '76 
Operations and Raids, Part V:, the Hot War (Conci). David E. Ott MG 44:37-43 JL-AG '76 
Operations Into Cambodia: Part VI (Cont):Vietnam1zation. David E. Ott LTG 44:13-18 
N-D '76 

WAR OF 1812. See WARS-U.S.-WAR OF 1812 (1812-15). 

WARD, EDITH H. 

Seventy-Sixth Field Artillery Song. 33:521 JL '43 
WARD, ORLANDO 1891- 

A New Commandant, F.A.S. Feature 34:146 MR '44 
The Unit's the Thing. 37:148,149 MY-JE '47 
WARFARE, URBAN. See BUILT-UP AREAS, WARFARE 
WARRANT OFFICERS 

Army Mine Planter Service, "Warranted Officers." Article 44:36,37 SE-O '76 
Redleg Newsletter. Feature 43:54,55 MR-AP '75 
WARREN, MILES A. 

The Priest Moves in. 33:378,379 MY '43 
WARREN, ROSS B. 1895- 

Advanced Course (Special) Number Two. 31:554-557 AG '41 
WARSAW. POLAND 

Men in Armor, Tanks Before Warsaw. Article 30:465-468 N-D '40 
WASHBURN, I.B. 

Armored FA Across France. 35:204,205 AP '45 
WATCHES 

Basic Pointers on Timepieces. Article 34:311 MY '44 
What Time is it? Article 34:342 J£ '44 
WATER HEATERS 

For Fast Water Heating. Joseph L. Amell, Jr. CAPT FA 34:855 D '44 
WATERMAN. BERNARD S. 

The Battle of Okinawa, an Artillery Angle. 35:523-528 SE '45 
Webfoot Artillery. 35:387-390 JL '45 
WATERVLIET ARSENAL. N.Y. 

Arsenals. Paul J. Luellig, Jr. CPT FA 42:50-53, 59 MR-AP '74 
WATKINS. GEORGE WILLIAMS. 1917- 

The Artillery Report on "Exercise Mesquite." 38:160,161 JL-AG '48 
WATROUS, FREDERICK W. 1900- 

As to Flashlights. 30:316 JL-AG '40 
WAVELL, ARCHIBALD, 1883-1950 

Age of Generals. Article 32:391 MY '42 
WEAPONS 

Arsenals. Paul P. Luellig, Jr. CPT 42:50-53,59 MR-AP '74 
Comparison of 155-mm GCT With Other Weapons. Feature 42:54 N-0 '74 
New German Weapon, Illustrated for the First Time. Feature 30:456-459 N-D '40 
Threat Instruction. Feature 42:22,23 N-D '74 
New Field Artillery Weapons. Feature 32:128,129 F '42 
WEAPONS-GERMANY 

Watch Nomenclature Closely. Article 34:604 SE '44 
WEAPONS- ITALY 

Watch Nomenclature Closely. Article 34:604 SE '44 
WEAPONS PROCUREMENT. See PROCUREMENT, WEAPONS 
WEATHER 

AFF Weather Service and the Field Artillery. Robert A. Porter CAPT AC 34:813-816 D '44 
Cold Weather Operations. Paul V. Kane COL FA 37:280-285 SE-O '47 
Correction. Article 31:953 D *41 

Determine Weather Corrections by Simple Graphical Methods. C.E. Welsh LT FA 31:796,797 0 

Fighting the Uncomnon Cold, Winterization Kits for Anqy Vehicles Now Available. Article 
34:561-563 AG '44 
WEBB, GILBERT T. 

Battle Experience Course. 33:385-388 MY *43 <. 

WEB8, WALTER 0.. JR. 1900- ' 

The 1939 Knox Trophy. 30:46,47 JA-F '40 • 

WEDEMEYER, ALBERT C. 1896- t 

AntIUnk Defense. 31:258-272 MY '41 i 


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WEINNIG, ALBERT JOSEPH, 1916- 

In Vain Do They Seek a Defense Against Lightning. 36:537-539 SE '46 
WELCH, THOMAS J. 

A Case for Land Navigation Systems. 43:7-10 SE-0 '75 
WELLS, BRUCE H. 

Fifteen Days-the Defense of Damulaan. 35:224-232 AP '45 
WELSH, C.E. 

Determine Weather Corrections by Simple Graphical Methods. 31:796,797 0 '41 
WERNER, RICHARD JOSEPH, 1904- 

The National War College. 37:108 MR-AP '47 
WESNER, CHARLIE, 1901- 

The Winning Knox Trophy Battery. 31:160 MR '41 
WESSMAN, ALBERT 

Article. 30:345 SE-0 '40 
WEST GERMAN FRONT, 1944 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA:35:32-43 JA '45; 35:80-91 F '45; 
35:144-154 MR '45; 35:208-218 AP '45; 35:268-278 MY '45; 35:338-350 JE '45; 35:417-430 
JL '45 
WESTERN EUROPE 

Perimeters In Paragraphs. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 33:616-623 AG '43 
WESTMORELAND, WILLIAM C. 1914- 

Combat Conclusions of a Medium Battalion In Africa. 33:649,650 SE '43 
WEYRAUCH, PAUL RUSSELL, 1908- 

The Armed Forces Staff College. 37:102,104 MR-AP '47 
WHEATON, JAMES R. 

Methods for Improving Jungle Radio Communication. 35:326,327 JE '45 
WHEEL MOUNTS 

Article. 31:187 MR '41 
WHEELER, RAYMOND ALBERT, 1885- 

Army Map Service. 36:621-624 N-D '46 
WHEELS, ARTILLERY. See ARTILLERY WHEEL 
WHELDEN, JOHN E. 

American Artillery Proves Itself Again. 34:25 JA '44 
WHITAKER, ERNEST J. 

On to Berlin. 34:784,785 N '44 
When In Rome. 34:339,340 JE '44 
WHITE, DONALD G. 

Newport Artillery Company. 41:10-14 JL '73 
WHITE, LYNN T., JR. 

Technology and Civilization. 44:44-47 SE-0 '76 
WHITE, ROBERT A. 1938- 

Improved FDC. 42:22-24 JL-AG '74 
WHITE, ROBERT M., II. 

In New Guinea. 34:278-280 MY '44 
WHITEHEAD, S.W.M. 

The Lecture. 33:670-672 SE '43 
WILCO, ROGER 

The Battery FDC: 33:915,916 D '43; 34:167 MR '44 
Fewer Bottlenecks. 33:228 MR '43 
Time Fire and the Observed Fire Chart. 33:680 SE '43 
Using What We've Got. 33:65 JA '43 
WILKEY, MALCOLM R. 

S-2 Division Artillery. 33:699,700 SE '43 
WILKINS, DANIEL B. 

Recruiting and Retention. 43:12-14 MY-JE '75 
WILLIAMS, CHARLES L., III., 1935- 

The Smart Round. 43:29-32 MR-AP '75 
WILLIAMS, M.H. 

Subcallber, Signal Mountain Transplanted. 32:640,641 AG '42 
WILLIAMS, RALPH 

Camouflage for Armored Artillery. 34:856,857 D '44 


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WILLIAMS, ROBERT CHAPMAN JR., 1915- 

Details With the National Guard 38:173,174 JL-AG '48 

Operation Amphibious: I; 40:21-26 JA-F '50; I: (Cont) 40:58-63 W-AP '50; II: 40:109- 
113 MY-JE '50 

Something We Should Know. 38:119-121 MY-JE '48 
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM DAWES, 1897- 

National Guard Subject Schedules. 39:198 SE-0 '49 
WILLMARTH, PHILIP R. 

Artillery on the Western Frontier. 39:162-164 JL-AG '49 

Field Artillery, Model 1861, a brief Glimpse of Union Artillery in the Early Days of the 
War Between the States. 39:206,207 SE-0 '49 
WILLS, ROBERT P. 

"Corrections All Batteries" in Yards Instead of Mils. 34:471 JL '41 
High Angle Fire in F.D.C. 34:254,255 AP '44 
WILSON A.W. 

The Story of the Gun: I: 1242-1650: 35:721-726 0 '45; II: 1650-1779: 36:34-38 JA '46; 

III: 1779-1854: 36:84-88 F '46; IV: 1854-1899: 36:147-152 MR '46; V: 1899-1914: 

36:223-226 AP '46; VI: Conclusion: 36:289-292 MY '46 
WILSON, PAUL F. 

Circular GFT for the Heavies. 33:611,612 AG '43 
Mission: Destruction 35:481-483 AG '45 
WINCHES. See MOTOR TRUCKS-WINCHES 
WINTER WAR (WWII), 1941,42 

Russo-German War, Part V. Conrad H. Lanza COL (RET) FA 32:767-773 0 '42 
WINTERIZATION 

Fighting the Unconmon Cold, Winterization Kits for Army Vehicles Now Available. Article 
34:561-563 AG '44 

Soviet Motor Maintenance on Winter Marches. T. Varshavski E/3C USSR 33:183 MR '43 

WIRE 

Speeding Splices. Article 32:317 AP '42 
WIRE, C. DONALD 

The Lost Battalion of Mortain. 37:342,343 N-D '47 
WIRE COMMUNICATIONS 

Fewer Bottlenecks. Roger Wllco CAPT 33:228 MR '43 
WIRE LAYING. See COMMUNICATION-WIRE LAYING 
WISDOM 

Article. 32:956 D '42 
WIVES, ARMY 

Army Wives. Article 33:624 AG '43 
Busy Wives. 42:31 MR-AP '74 

More Than a Helpmate. Mrs. William Schneider 42:28,29 MR-AP '74 
A Ring in Her Nose. Rosalee G. Porter 31:800,801 0 '41 
WOGAN, JOHN B. 1890- 

Air Observation of Artillery Fire. 31:115,116 F '42 
WOHLFEIL, CARL HERBERT, 1914- 

Let's Simplify FDC Communication. 40:65,66 MR-AP '50 
WOLF, GORDON J. 

Emergency Wire Laying by Liaison Airplane. 34:566,567 AG '44 
Sea-Going Grasshoppers. 34:807,808 D '44 
WOLFE, RITCHIE 

The New Motorized Division, How Will It be Employed, Part I: the Artillery Component: Part 
II. 31:715-723 0 '41 
WOLFGANG, ALBERT E. 

The Artillery Raid, Air Assault Style. 44:22-28 MY-JE '76 

WOMEN 

FAOAC Graduate. Feature 42:30 JA-F '74 
WOOD, WILLIAM J. 

Can the Artillery Survive. 41:5-10 0-N '73 
WOODBERRY, JOHN H. 1889- 

The Lizzard. 31:18,19 JA '41 
WOODRUFF, W.P. 

Mobilizing Your Thoughts, Part I: The Elements of a Study Situation. 34:301-303 MY '44 
Mobilizing Your Thoughts, Part I: Study Procedure. 34:386-388 JE '44 
Thawing Your Class. 34:65-67 JA :44 



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WORLD POLITICS 

A Cold War. Bernard Baruch 37:230,231 JL-AG '47 
WORLD WAR I. 1914-18. See WAR-WWI, 1914-18 
WORLD WAR II. 1939-45. See WAR-WWII, 1939-45 
WRENCHES (HAND-TOOLS) 

Use of Wrenches. Article 32:875 N '42 
WRENN, R.L. 

Hybrid Artillery. 43:7-11 MY-JE '75 
WRITING 

Writing is so Easy. Jay Cassino 37:357,358 N-D '47 
WYNNE. JOHN M. 

Remote Control for SCR-610. 35:746,747 D '45 



Y AZIMUTH 

YALE UNIVERSITY, R.O.T.C. 

The Yale Batteries. Fairfax Downey 42:17-21 JL-AG '74 
Who Shot Polaris? Lewis Griffin M/SGT FA 31:760,761 0 '41 
YEVELL, DONOVAN, JR. 

Random Reflections on Light Artillery in Combat. 35:70,71 F '45 
YOM KIPPUR WAR, 1973. See WARS-MIDDLE EAST-YOM KIPPUR WAR. 1973 
YOUNG, CHARLES R., 1864-1922 

They Also Fought. Robert Dalton MAJ FA 41:18-23 0-N '73 
YOUNG, W.R. 

The Advance. 34:321-324 MY '44 

Artillery Offensive, an Examination of Russian Practice. 36:26-29 JA '46 
Field Artillery in the Attack. 32:539-542 JL '42 
YUGOSLAVIA (WWII), 1941 

War in the Balkans, the German Campaign in Yugoslavia and Greece. Conrad H. Lanza COL FA 
32:130-143 F '42 


z. 

ZAIKA, S. 

Soviet Artillery Goes to Town. 36:646 N-D '46 
ZAPAOOV A. 

Artillery in Wooded Swamps. 35:365,366 JE '45 
ZI^flERMAN TELEGRAM 

A Radio Technician Made History. Jerome Kearful 40:128,129 MY-JE '50 
ZUPA, FRANK A. 

The "Seeing Eye" Fuze. 37:291-293 SE-0 '47 


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