November 1939

Counterbattery in a Landing Operation

Volume 23, Issue 4

NO more difficult problem faces the commander of a landing force than that of counterbattery. Upon its successful solution may depend the success or failure of the entire operation. In any event the length of the casualty lists of the attacking force will record the effectiveness of its counterbattery measures.

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