Spotting Practice for Field Artillery1
TRAINING hundreds of young men to be officers by intensive methods, with very limited resources, is a problem of huge proportions. In an attempt to establish field artillery instruction in the training camps, National Guard units of that arm were sent to them for station during the first session. It was hoped that double use might be made of the materiel by having it on hand both for the training of the candidates and the organizations to which it belonged.
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