Circular, Issue 8

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1915
 

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Page 102 - hereafter detailed by the Secretary of War on aviation duty: Provided, That this increase of pay and allowances shall be given to such officers only as are actual flyers of heavier-than-air craft, and while so detailed: Provided further. That no more than thirty officers shall be detailed to the aviation service.
Page 117 - type; object lens, 1J inches; interpupillary adjustment; tan leather finish; tan leather carrying case with compass; weight of glass complete, with case, cord, and strap, 31 ounces. Length of glass closed, 4 inches. At a distance of 1,000 yards the field of view includes a diameter of
Page 118 - inches; interpupillary adjustment; each barrel equipped with an independent focusing device; one barrel equipped with a horizontal mil scale; tan leather finish; sunshade; tan leather carrying case with compass; weight of glass complete with case, cord, and strap, 41 ounces; length of glass closed,
Page 117 - type; object lens, 1^ inches; interpupillary adjustment; tan leather finish; tan leather-carrying case with compass; weight of glass complete, with case, cord, and strap, 28 ounces. At a distance of 1,000 yards the field view includes a diameter of 110 yards for the
Page 117 - inch; interpupillary adjustment; common focus for both barrels, and one barrel equipped with independent focusing device; tan leather finish: tan leather carrying case; weight of glass complete, with case, cord and strap, 21 ounces; length of glass closed, 3
Page 117 - Type C.—A high-power prismatic binocular, the present issue being the Terlux 10-power; object lens, If inches; interpupillary adjustment; common focus for both barrels, and one barrel equipped with independent focusing device; tan leather finish; sunshade; tan leather carrying case; weight of glass complete, with case, cord, and strap, 48 ounces; length of glass closed, 7f inches. At a distance of
Page 117 - power and 70 yards for the 5| power. Length of glass, closed, 4 inches. This glass is issued as a part of the visual signaling kit to companies of coast artillery, infantry, and Philippine Scouts, and to troops of cavalry.
Page 14 - at La Loma. In the Philippines its 10,000 miles of constructed and maintained telegraph lines and cables connected all tactical points throughout the archipelago, whether in the field or camp, under fire or in quiet intervals; not only did its compaign work shorten the insurrection, but also its existence later rendered possible
Page 118 - inches. At a distance of 1,000 yards the field of view includes a diameter of 96 yards. This glass is issued to field companies of the signal corps and on account of its excellence, light weight, and small size this glass is especially suitable for the personal field glass of an officer who desires a high-power field glass. Type EE.—Prismatic binocular, 6 power; object lens.
Page 102 - be hereafter fixed by law for officers of the Regular Army shall be increased thirty-five per centum for such officers as are now or may

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