Artillery from Bruchmuller to the great divorce

Rittenhouse, Clement W.
September 1994
Military Review;Sep1994, Vol. 74 Issue 9, p77
Presents a critical analysis of the book `On Artillery,' by Bruce I. Gudmundsson. History of the role and practice of artillery in warfare from the 1870s to the present; Tracing of the gradual withdrawal of artillery units from the battlefield; Problem of coordinating artillery with infantry movements and directing its fire; Possible solution engendered by Fiber-guided optic missile (FOG-M).


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