Cover of: Coast Artillery Matériel: Description, Adjustment, and Opertion in Drill and ... |

Coast Artillery Matériel: Description, Adjustment, and Opertion in Drill and ...

  • 3.89 MB
  • 3830 Downloads
  • English

Franklin Hudson co.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23476640M
OCLC/WorldCa20103336

Coast Artillery Matériel: Description, Adjustment, And Opertion In Drill And Target Practice, [William P. Platt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.

Coast Artillery Matériel: Description, Adjustment, and Opertion in Drill (Classic Reprint) [William P. Platt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Changes in COAST ARTILLERY MATERIEL (2nd Edition) occasioned bf the new examination order Circnlftr No. Coast artillery matériel, description, adjustment, and operation in drill and target practice,Author: William P.

Platt. THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNALloss. By P. the whole force, ab men, was safelylanded. CONCLUSIONS The landing at Vera Cruz is an example of the value of hearty co-operation between the Army and the Navy, in which full use was madeof the assistance of the latter.

THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL Boraston has written the chapters giving the actual Adjustment of all the battles and operations in which the Britifh Army was involved, while Mr.

Dewar d the chapters devoted to the exposition of Sir Douglas Haig's decisions, his point of view, and his proper share of credit for Allied strategy. THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL Member Affiliated Mi!itaTY Ma~a",ines Published as the Journal U. Artillery from to MAJ. STEWART S.

GIFFIN, C. C., Editor EDWIN H. CROUCH, Manager Volume 74Contents Number 3- Coast Artillery Association-Announcement File Size: 9MB. COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL SEACOAST ARTILLERY SERVICE OF THE PIECE INCH GUN AND HOWITZER (The matter contained herein supersedes TRIMa ) SECTION I GENERAL * 1.

SCOPE.-a. The service of the piece prescribed in this manual is for inch guns, MMII and MMIII,File Size: KB.

Details Coast Artillery Matériel: Description, Adjustment, and Opertion in Drill and ... EPUB

COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL SEACOAST ARTILLERY SERVICE OF THE PIECE INCH GUN (DISAPPEARING CARRIAGE) (The matter contained herein supersedes TRMay 7,including C 1, January 2. ) SECTION I GENERAL 1. ScoPEa.

Guns, carriages, and Adjustment differ in type, arrangement, and design, and for this reason the service. COAST ARTILLERY EXAMINATIONS FOR GUNNERS The ~-~m~orailo~ihBbontained TmtearmatiC o,".stc o.

DEPARTMENT -nestricteddocumentsadted ervice 15 of th e n. MAY e S-tete iveo d tat char r to be inmte. adhl are cooperhe pof un dou, J-,bted foyaftW discretiomn -a- perso hnow c bt omnt abe oY.

te public orto the Press. Armament Bty The Armament Party was formed in to mount coast guns all around the coasts of UK. It later became Armament Bty.

There was another one in the Middle East for the same purposes. On the demise of Coast Artillery, the Armament Btys were responsible for the dismantling of Coast Artillery Ordnance.

DTH Drill Fracture Analysis of the Key Parts. Coast Artillery Materiel. description, adjustment and operation in drill and target practice / prepared especially for officers and. In these words the British Field Artillery drill-book of summarizes the act of “covering” the infantry advance.

Unofficial publications are still more emphatic. The advance of the infantry to decisive range would often be covered by a mass of one hundred or more field guns, firing shrapnel at the rate of ten rounds per gun per minute.

At the conclusion of each fiscal year, the chief of artillery () and chief of coast artillery () submitted a written report to the secretary of war, covering the military operations of the Corps of Artillery/Coast Artillery.

These reports are basic resources for anyone researching seacoast defenses. COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL f. Dive bombers are designed for attacking material objec-tives. A dive is generally made at an angle of about 70& and is started at altitudes ab feet, if possible.

The bombs are released and the airplane pulled out of the dive. Ordnance Department: Instructions for the care, preservation, repair and adjustment of instruments for the fire-control systems for coast and field artillery, Decemrevised November 1,revised October 9, Platt, Captain W.P.

Coast Artillery Material. Description, Adjustment, and Operation in Drill and Target Practice. Prepared especially for Officers and Enlisted Men of the National Guard, and Recommended for Their Use by the Militia Bureau of the the War Department. Franklin Hudson Publishing Co., Kanas City, MO.

COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL CHAPTER 2 ORGANIZATION OF GUN SECTION * 3. GUN SECTION.-The gun section is a part of the firing section, which consists of four gun sections and a machine-gun and executive officer's detail.

Two artillery mechanics are assigned to the firing section and are part of the machine. He created a distinct matériel for field, siege, garrison, and coast artillery.

He reduced the length and weight of the pieces, as well as the charge and the windage (the difference between the diameters of shot and bore); he built carriages so that many parts were interchangeable, and made soldiers out of.

7 “Coast Artillery Weapons and Materiel” [from binder] 8 Manuals on Seacoast Artillery [from binder] 4 1 “Journal of the United States Artillery”/, /, / The remainder of this issued contains editorials on the blue uniform and the personnel situation; professional notes on the Sixty-third Coast Artillery, United States Cruisers, direct and indirect fire of Coast Artillery, necessity of unity of supreme leadership for success in war, antiaircraft materiel ready for test, European subsistence in.

COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL personnel and materiel. They strike suddenly, swiftly, and with deadly effect if unopposed. It is difficult to obtain warn-ing of their approach as they invariably use some form of cover such as the sun, clouds, trees, or hills in order.

COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL SEACOAST ARTILLERY FIRE CONTROL AND POSITION FINDING (The matter contained herein supersedes sections IV and V. chapter 1, and chapter 2, part two, volume I, Coast Artillery Field Manual, February 1, ) CHAPTER 1 GENERAL 1. PuRPosThe purpose of this manual is to provide aFile Size: 3MB.

From tothe United States Department of War gave their publications a successive number, like other departments including the Department of Agriculture and Department of the Treasury. [citation needed] They were mostly (drill) regulations and other field manuals (as they were later called, when the War Department adopted the FM Field Manual numbering), but also collections of.

United States. War Dept: Coast artillery drill regulations, United States Army, corrected to J (changes nos.

Download Coast Artillery Matériel: Description, Adjustment, and Opertion in Drill and ... PDF

1 to 6) / War Department, Office of the Adjutant General. (Washington, D.C.: The Dept.: Govt. Print. Off., ), also by United States Adjutant General's Office (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Coast Artillery Drill Regulations, United States Army, Corrected to By: US Army.

Coast Artillery Field Manual Vol. Antiaircraft Artillery. Part 1. Tactics, Part 2 Technique, Part 3 Reference Data. Description & Rules for the Management of the Springfield Rifle, Carbine &. TM Coast Artillery Gunners' Instruction: Mobile Seacoast Artillery, First And Second Class Gunners, Prepared under direction of the Chief of Coast Artillery CONTENTS Chapter 1.

General Chapter 2. Service of the : TM Coast Artillery Gunners' Instruction, Mobile Seacoast Artillery, First And Second Class Gunners, Prepared under direction of the Chief of Coaat Artillery Paragraphs Chapter l Chapter 2.

Service of the piece. Section I. General II.

Description Coast Artillery Matériel: Description, Adjustment, and Opertion in Drill and ... FB2

min guns III. inch railway guns IV. 8-inch railway guns V. inch railway mortars Chapter 3. B&W Illustrations; This book is in Very Good+ condition and is lacking a dust jacket. The book and its contents are in generally clean, bright condition. There is some light bumping and rubbing to the spine ends and corners of the book covers.

The text pages are clean and bright. There is a previous owner's inked name on the front pastedown page. ""The drill prescribed herein is designed for. COAST ARTILLERY FIRING PREPARATIONS, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, CARE AND SERVICE OF MATERIEL WA R D E P A R TM E N T 22 MA R C H 19 4 4 gR _ ^lll~eJ~I DISSEMINATION OF RESTRICTED MAT-TER.

The information contained in restricted documents and the essential characteristics of restricted material may be given to any person known to. Document 28 of From tothe United States Department of War gave their publications a successive number, like other departments including the Department of Agriculture and Department of the Treasury.

[citation needed] They were mostly (drill) regulations and other field manuals (as they were later called, when the War Department adopted the FM Field Manual numbering), but also. US Army Survival Manual: FM copies, 7 reviews; The U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual copies, 5 reviews; Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks, Skill Level 1, October (Skill Level 91 copies, 1 review The Ultimate Guide to U.S.

Army Survival Skills, Tactics, and Techniques 85 copies; The U.S. Army Leadership Field Manual 75 copies, 1 review.Coast Artillery Journal - Apr - Free download as PDF File .pdf) or read online for free.

DESCRIPTION, functioning and care of seacoast guns and earriages orientation of guns and in- struments, orientation tables, tactical employment of heavy artillery in land operations, tactical employment of heavy artillery in coast defense.Defending America’s Coasts, I I Foreword Coast defense was an integral tenet of American military policy throughout most of United States history.

Defending American cities was a high priority for both Congress and the armed forces.