2 edition of Coast Artillery Ammunition found in the catalog.
Coast Artillery Ammunition
TM 4-205 Coast Artillery Ammunition 1944-10-26
The Harbor Defenses of Manila and Subic Bays were a United States Army Coast Artillery Corps harbor defense command, part of the Philippine Department of the United States Army from circa through early World War II. The command primarily consisted of four forts on islands at the entrance to Manila Bay and one fort on an island in Subic Bay. FM , Coast Artillery Field Manual, Seacoast Artillery, Service of the Pieceinch Mortar (Fixed Armament) is published for the information and guidance of all concerned. [A. G. ().1 BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR: G. C. MARSHALL, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: E. S. ADAMS, Major General, The Adjutant General.
Anzio and Artillery. two neighboring resort towns on the coast south of Rome, the Allies were pinned down by the Germans for four months on a small beachhead about seven miles deep and fifteen miles wide. Trucks (2½-ton) were packed with five tons each of either ammunition, POL (petrol, oil, and lubricants), or rations— one type to a. 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.
Rudimental Drum Solo composed by Sgt. WILLIAM ROBES (Fort Monroe, Va.) from the N.A.R.D. Drum Solos Book. Coast Artillery, by Roger F. Sarty. The period was the golden age in the history of British and American coast artillery. Striking evidence is the great number of coast forts from that century. Some preserved as historic monuments, many others abandoned still to be seen in both countries and in their former Rating: % positive.
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Harbor locations – East Coast US, Gulf Coast US, West Coast US, Hawaii, the Philippines, Panama, Alaska, Caribbean US seacoast artillery batteries built. This book is an ordnance textbook for the Coast Artillery Corps in There is a good but brief description of each type of artillery piece (and there carriages) used in coastal forts, along with a few photographs and/or drawings.4/5(1).
The book is divided into sections on field and medium artillery, heavy and superheavy artillery, antitank and antiaircraft guns, railway artillery, coastal guns, and recoilless artillery. Coast Artillery Ammunition book each weapon described there is a service history, together with the author's incisive comments on performance, and detailed technical data/5(7).
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Artillery. The developments in fortification and artillery and ammunition have always been tightly knit. Guns were steadily becoming better and more accurate - the fortifications were built with more protection and better materials like concrete and steel. Field artillery and siege artillery were better and better, but so was fortress artillery.
Plastic Blank Ammunition MISSION Plastic Blank Ammunition is non-lethal ammunition designed to provide military forces and law enforcement communities realistic training and maximum safety at low cost.
Plastic Blank Ammunition allows training such as force on force exercises and firearm familiarization. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS. Aside from covering the various types of ammunition used by the US Coast Artillery, it also gives a nice discussion of ammunition in general, the various types of shells, fuzes, and : 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 ammunition. Army Extension Course Special Text No. 27 Coast Artillery Ammunition Edition; Index to the Reports of the Chief of Ordnance to ; Gunners Instruction, Submarine Mining (no date) The Coast Artillery Corps of the US Army (publicity book, ) US Army Owned, Sponsored, or Leased Facilities, 31 Dec.
(prepared bythe Chief of. COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL SEACOAST ARTILLERY SERVICE OF THE PIECE INCH GUN, MMII, ON RAILWAY MOUNT, M (The matter contained herein supersedes TRMa ) CHAPTER 1 GENERAL * 1.
SCOPEa. This manual prescribes the service of the piece for the inch gun, MMII, on railway mount, M 91st Coast Artillery Group: 4th Ammunition Point: 91st Depot Repair Squadron: 4th Ammunition Trains, 4th Division: 91st General Hospital: 4th Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battalion: 91st Reconnaissance Squadron: 4th Armored Signal Battalion: th Signal Depot: 4th Artillery Battalion, 5th Infantry Division: th Field Artillery Battalion: 4th.
TM Coast Artillery Ammunition Prepared under direction of the Chief of Coast Artillery 1. Purpose. — This manual was prepared as a basis for the study of ammunition, with particular reference to the various kinds used by the Coast Artillery Corps. Published bi-monthly under the supervision of the United States Coast Artillery Association for the information of the Coast Artillery personnel of the Regular Army, National Guard and Organized Reserve.
Publication Offices, Telegraph Press Building, CaII4lron and Kelker Sts., Harrisburg, Pa.; Editorial Offices, 17th Street. Coast Artillery School (U.S.): Reference notes for use in the course in gunnery & ammunition, Coast artillery school.
(Fort Monroe, Va.: Coast artillery school press, ) (page images at HathiTrust). 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.
The Seacoast Artillery Ammunition includes high explosive shell for the 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 and inch seacoast guns, inch for Mortars, inch for Howitzers and gas and smoke shell for the five, six and 8 in.
seacoast guns. This group of guns and howitzers is composed of heavy Seacoast Artillery mounted on mobile vehicles such as railway mounts. Coast Artillery has members.
In the United States, coastal artillery was established in as a branch of the Army and a series of construction. When the Coast Artillery finally went to France they used French or British made weapons. The Coast Artillery corps played a major role in gaining the upper hand in the quagmire that was going on in Europe.
If it was not for the efforts of the Coast Artillery Corps many more human lives would have been devoured into the battle fields of the. 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 of. Coast Artillery, was bom Decemin New Orleans, Louisiana. After attending school at Tulane University and Columbia Collegehe entered the United States Military Academyas a cadet, gradu.Artillery Ammunition. Select a category below for more information.
High Explosive Artillery Ammunition. The High Explosive Artillery Ammunition are used against personnel, trucks, electronic surveillance and target acquisition devices, supply points, command and control and communications installations, and mechanized and armored forces.
The 53rd Ammunition Train (in ) was part of the First Army Provisional Park along with the 52nd Coastal Artillery (mm), 51st Ammunition Train, and the 52nd Ammunition. These units, along with the Tractor Artillery Replacement Battalion (formerly 2/54th Coastal Artillery Regiment) comprised the 1st Army Artillery Park.