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American coast artillery matériel.

United States. Army. Ordnance Dept.

American coast artillery matériel.

by United States. Army. Ordnance Dept.

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army -- Artillery, Coast,
  • Ordnance, Coast,
  • United States -- Defenses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPrepared in the Office of the Chief of Ordnance, June, 1922
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 513 p.
    Number of Pages513
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18163599M
    LC Control Number24000001

    The U.S. Army Coast Artillery Corps (CAC) was an administrative corps responsible for coastal, harbor, and anti-aircraft defense of the United States and its possessions between and The CAC also operated heavy and railway artillery during World War I.. History. As early as the need for heavy fixed artillery for seacoast defense was noted in Chester A. Arthur's Second Annual.   FM Coast Artillery Field Manual, Antiaircraft Artillery, Service Of The Piece, Mm Antiaircraft Gun, Service Of The Piece, Mm Antiaircraft Gun "This manual prescribes the service of the piece for the mm antiaircraft gun, M3, on mm antiaircraft gun mount, :

    THE COAST ARTILLERY JOUR:NAL AKTIAIRCRAFT MATERIEL Antiaircraft artillery is still in the experimental and develop-ment stage. Our present materiel, consisting of andcaliber machine guns and mm and 3-inch guns, is but a transitory step File Size: 7MB. Army. 58th coast artillery: History of the 58th U.S. artillery C.A.C., American expeditionary forces, from its organization at Fort Totten and Fort Schuyler, New York, and Fort Howard, Maryland, , through its training and service at the front in France, , to .

    Unprecedented American production and ample Allied support provided the weapons with which the American artillery had to fight. Materiel used by the Americans was mostly French, and during the war only American weapons saw action. The French alone contributed 3, field pieces and mortars, as well as 10 million rounds of ammunition.   FM Coast Artillery Field Manual, Antiaircraft Artillery, Operation Of Materiel And Employment Of Personnel, Antiaircraft Searchlight Units "This manual is designed for use by antiaircraft searchlight batteries as a guide in the handling of materiel, selection of personnel, employment of practical training methods, and service of the :


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Army. Ordnance Department. American coast artillery matériel. Washington, Govt. Print. 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. American Coast Artillery Matériel by the Office of the Chief of Ordnance. This reference work on coast artillery ordnance material was originally published by the Office of the Chief of Ordnance in June as Ordnance Department Document No.

The American coast artillery matériel. book discusses and illustrates in detail all the seacoast artillery weapons in use. Original title: American Coast Artillery Matériel - June, Author: Government Printing Office: Languages: English: Subject: Artillery.

Home US Army Artillery School Collection American Coast Artillery Materiel. Reference URL Rate. Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website.

American Coast Artillery Materiel. View Description. Page Flip View: Download: small (x max). 7 “Coast Artillery Weapons and Materiel” [from binder] 8 Manuals on Seacoast Artillery [from binder] 4 1 “Journal of the United States Artillery”/, /, / "American Coastal Defenses " is one of several Osprey Fortress Series books to address U.S.

defenses. As McGovern and Smith tell it, emphasis for coastal defenses came and went with periodic war scares, including the Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II/5(9). American Seacoast American coast artillery matériel. book A Reference Guide Third Edition This book is now available from the CDSG Press for $ Click here for ordering information.

ASD is a compendium of information designed to provide quick answers to questions that arise when visiting a coast. Schiffer Publishing American Breechloading Mobile Artillery An Illustrated Identification Guide - An illustrated identification guide to all the types of mobile field artillery (wheeled) adopted for service by US military forces (Army, Navy, Marine Corps) in the modern era.

Covers the period from and the first breechloading, rifled guns through types adopted during the Korean War. Oct 31st, - American Heavy Artillery + Coast Guns - World War 1 News Photo Vintage - $ Vintage 5th Co. Cac Atlantic Coast Artillery Hanover Ma Medals Fine Photo. 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, COVID Resources.

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Page - Copy must contain nothing to indicate its authorship, must be signed with a nom de plume, and must be accompanied by a sealed envelope containing this nom de plume and the name of the writer. This envelope will remain in the hands of the Editor of the JOURNAL and, after award has been made by the Committee, will be opened in the presence of the Coast Artillery School Board.

th Company 2nd Class allotted Arthur Artillery and Land Artillery Defense C. Corporal C. Electrician Sergeant C. Private C. Sergeant Captain changes Coast Artillery Corps Coast Artillery Matériel Coast Artillery School Colonel Commandant Company complete the course completed the entire December 31 Department of.

The Coast Artillery was designated to provide all US-manned heavy artillery ( mm gun and larger), railway artillery, and later anti-aircraft artillery units.

As with most US Army World War I equipment, these units were primarily equipped with French- and British-made weapons, with few American-made heavy weapons arriving in France before the Branch: United States Army.

principal American antiaircraft weapons used by the Coast Artillery Corps. Omitted are a number of foreign weapons used during WWI, as well as the multitude of machine guns used occasionally in AA roles. The data given must be read with care. Antiaircraft guns were only part of a system, other parts being the fire control system and the Size: 3MB.

THE COAST ARTILLERY JOURNAL Yolume72 April, Number 4 Major General Andrew Hero, Jr. MAJOR CfEl'\EK\L AJ\'J)REW HERO, JR., the retiring Chief ofCoast Artillery, was bom Decemin New Orleans, Louisiana. After attending school at Tulane University and ColumbiaFile Size: 8MB. Richard l. Slosson), a yearbook of the United States Army, th Coast Artillery Regiment (Antiaircraft), New York National Guard.

This is a hardcover book, © and it measures 9" x 12" and has an embossed cover. It contains pages. History of Field Artillery, –, addresses the need for a modern work that records the historical structure, strength, disposition, materiel, and technical and tactical doctrine of artillery in the U.S.

Army. It complements the lineage volume on Regular Army and Army Reserve field artillery regiments, published in Coastal artillery is the branch of the armed forces concerned with operating anti-ship artillery or fixed gun batteries in coastal fortifications.

From the Middle Ages until World War II, coastal artillery and naval artillery in the form of cannon were highly important to military affairs and generally represented the areas of highest technology and capital cost among materiel.

History of United States Army Coast Artillery Corps 58th Artillery (C. A. C.), American howitzers, on the line. 66th, 67th, and 70th Artillery (C.

A. C.) The depot section was the repository for all spares of cannon and all other materiel for units of army artillery. The attached repair shop was used to effect the more important repairs.The Harbor Defenses of Boston was a United States Army Coast Artillery Corps harbor defense command.

It coordinated the coast defenses of Boston, Massachusetts from tobeginning with the Endicott included both coast artillery forts and underwater command originated circa as the Boston Artillery District, was renamed Coast Defenses of Branch: United States Army Coast Artillery Corps.The 16 inch Gun M ( mm) was a large coastal artillery piece installed to defend the United States' major seaports between and It was operated by the United States Army Coast Artillery a small number were produced and only seven were mounted; in and the US Navy surplussed a number of their own inch/50 guns, which were mated to modified M Type: Coastal Artillery.