Journal of the United States Artillery, Volume 51 (Google eBook)

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Artillery School Press, 1919 - Artillery
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Page 268 - To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace.
Page 610 - ... in time of emergency by organized units drawn from a citizen army reserve, effectively organized for this purpose in time of peace; with full opportunity for competent citizen soldiers to acquire practical experience through temporary active service and to rise by successive steps to any rank for which they can definitely qualify...
Page 73 - By order of the Secretary of War. PEYTON C. MARCH, General, Chief of Staff.
Page 644 - The Chief of Staff is the immediate adviser of the Secretary of War on all matters relating to the Military Establishment and is charged by the Secretary of War with the planning, development, and execution of the Army program.
Page 687 - F. When this liquid mass is poured Into a mold surrounding the broken parts it melts up the ends of the sections and amalgamates with them to form one solid mass when cool. The whole story Is told In our pamphlet No. 2928 and
Page 645 - Act to the supervision of the Chief of Staff ; and to perform such other military duties not otherwise assigned by law as may be from time to time prescribed by the President.
Page 610 - Under such a system, the people themselves are competent to exert only a limited intelligent influence on the issues of war and peace. Under such a system...
Page 354 - 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 Training Center Staff.
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