Last edited by Mam
Monday, February 3, 2020 | History

2 edition of Drill regulations for field artillery (4.7-inch gun) found in the catalog.

Drill regulations for field artillery (4.7-inch gun)

United States. War Dept. General Staff

Drill regulations for field artillery (4.7-inch gun)

United States Army (Provisional) 1914

by United States. War Dept. General Staff

  • 326 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by The Dept., Govt. Print. Off. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army. -- Field Artillery -- Regulations,
  • United States. -- Army. -- Field Artillery -- Drill and tactics -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • United States. -- Army. -- Field Artillery -- Equipment -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • United States. -- Army -- Artillery -- Drill and tactics,
  • Artillery drill and tactics -- United States,
  • Artillery, Field and mountain -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWar Department, Office of the Chief of Staff
    SeriesWar Department document -- no. 482, Document (United States. War Dept.) -- no. 482
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17123626M
    LC Control Number15000145

    Riley, Kansas. Combat leadership. This is a very informative book covering all heretofore untouched reprinted material as noted above. Gas Detectors and Sampling Devices. A correctly calculated trajectory will reveal the location from which the shell was fired, which information can then be passed on to a friendly battery command post as a fire mission.

    Great reference material for those using Casey's Drill. The battery uses a variety of techniques to calculate the position of the enemy battery, then can lay fire upon it. Additional information Description The first piece of correspondence in this archive originally maintained by General Thomas H. In a typical heavy division configuration, there exist two FDC elements capable of operating two four-gun sections, also known as a split battery. Edward P.

    Gun markers are sometimes placed in front of the CP to remind the CPO which gun is in which position. Corbin, A. This compendium became a standard in the Union Army. Ordinary towed guns can take a while to emplace and re-limber and are not armoured, so they are vulnerable to counter battery fire and take a while to engage when at a new location.


Share this book
You might also like
The world encyclopedia of dinosaurs & prehistoric creatures

The world encyclopedia of dinosaurs & prehistoric creatures

Computer ethics

Computer ethics

Computer Occupations.

Computer Occupations.

scheme of training for Church children.

scheme of training for Church children.

responsibilities of senior management.

responsibilities of senior management.

big sister

big sister

Calculations in advanced physical chemistry

Calculations in advanced physical chemistry

Steel Wood I-Beams (NAHB Beams Series) (Beams Series)

Steel Wood I-Beams (NAHB Beams Series) (Beams Series)

Dramatic dialogues for the use of schools.

Dramatic dialogues for the use of schools.

Once upon a Time

Once upon a Time

The dance of the eagle and the fish

The dance of the eagle and the fish

Drill regulations for field artillery (4.7-inch gun) by United States. War Dept. General Staff Download PDF Ebook

Protection of the march. It would be worth your time to research some of the soldiers. Most are written on official letterhead, for department or regiment, etc. The crews load the howitzers and traverse and elevate the barrel to the required point, using either hand cranks usually on towed guns or hydraulics on self-propelled models.

Mounted Instruction for Field Artillery. Subjects include: Protection against gas attacks, Machine gun emplacements, Dugouts for the posts of commanding officers, Medical stations, Observation posts, concealment during construction, living conditions in underground dugouts, and preventing rain and water seepage.

Basic Course for Cavalry; J. Price 4.

PROVISIONAL DRILL & SERVICE REGULATIONS For FIELD ARTILLERY(HORSE & LIGHT),1916

And on the training of machine guns units compiled from foreign reports March ; 77 pages, 15 illus. Colonel of the 3rd Wisconsin Infantry and promoted to full colonel soon after.

Thus, their role Drill regulations for field artillery book limited to such functions as breaking sieges.

For the correctness of these illustrations, the compiler is under obligation to Lieutenant-Colonel Burke, commanding officer of Fort Hamilton, for the facilities granted him in obtaining the correct positions by means of photography.

Colonel Henry C. Ordinary towed guns can take a while to emplace and re-limber and are not armoured, so they are vulnerable to counter battery fire and take a while to engage when at a new location.

Depending on the nature of the battle being fought, either or both of these drawbacks could prove a severe restriction. Hardees Manual completely translated in simple terms including diagrams.

Condition overall is very good, with some ink that has run being exposed to moisture. Thomas Howard Ruger — and was a graduate from West Point in Colonel H. Bugle calls. After ten years of research Ken Keno has compiled a thorough and fascinating study of the little-known field of Confederate saddlery and equipment.

Colonel George T. Because of their armour they are less vulnerable to counter-battery fire. The Saddle Pack Cavalry 31 March ; 9 pages, 3 illus. Price 3. Ballistic qualities of machine guns.

Popular Artillery Books

Great for reference or as a companion piece for your Spencer Rifle or Carbine Battle, 11th Infantry, Fort Apache, A. Indirect fire. Ceremonies and inspections. Prepared by Militia Bureau ; pages Price Because the calculations have already been done, the fire can be called down very quickly when it is needed.THE FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL VOL.

V JULY-SEPTEMBER, NO. 3 Common Faults in Conduct of Fire BY LIEUTENANT COLONEL EDWARD F. McGLACHLIN, 5TH FIELD ARTILLERY THE following is designed to be.

Provisional Drill and Service Regulations for Field Artillery (horse and ...

WWI A History of the th Field Artillery U.S.A, WWI A Military Atlas of the First World Drill regulations for field artillery book By Arthur Banks WWI Book of World War I, The New York Times; Edited by Christine Bent WWI Infantry Drill Regulations United States Army, Corrected.

Your Committee to which has been referred the consid­eration of the work of Captain Roberts, proposed as a text­book for the Artillery School, beg leave to submit the following Report, viz: The work submitted by Captain Roberts, and entitled “Hand-book of Artillery,” embraces sections on the follow­ing subjects.WWI U.S.

ARMY TH FIELD ARTILLERY WISCONSIN UNIT BOOK. $ 1 bid. pdf shipping. Ending Today at PM PST 5h 18m. Watch. WWI US Army Infantry Drill Regulations Book Sherwood Company Edition.

$ Got one to sell? Get .Civil War: Confederate Field Manuals 12, pages of field manuals printed in the Confederate States and used during the Civil War by Confederate forces.

70 volumes of text covering military tactics, logistics, regulations, ordinance, medicine, adjudication, and other topics related to raising and maintaining a fighting force.Horse Drawn Artillery. War magicechomusic.com Drill Regulations for Ebook Artillery (Horse and Light)(Provisional)(); + pages, illus.

Price {Item No} War Dept. Instruction for Field Artillery (); pages, 88 plates Price {Item No} Christian, T.J.J., Major Field Artillery. Mounted Instruction for Field Artillery.