Developments during the interwar years had resulted in significant advances in field artillery weapons, communications, fire direction echniques, mobility, and organization. These advances complemented the reorganization of the large unwieldy square division of World War I into smaller harder-hitting units that proved so successful during World War II. For the U.S. Army, World War II marked the high point in the history of American field artillery, best characterized by rapid movement, timely and accurate target location, massing of fires, and flexibility of control... (read more at the document)


Janice E. McKenney, 2007. The Organizational History of Field Artillery 1775–2003. U.S. Army lineage series. Army Center of Military History, 157-187 |
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