This paper discusses the army recruiting system, training of the recruits, causes of desertion, policy concerning a standing army, and compares this to recruit training in other forces such as the Marines and the British Army.
This paper discusses the British Army and German Army troop movements and if aerial reconnaissance during World War I resulted in a change of ground tactics and successful campaigns. The future of aerial operations is included.
This paper contains a study of the factors responsible for the growth of the American merchant marine before the Civil War, its decline between the Civil War and the World War, and its rehabilitation since 1917.
This paper discusses border service under conditions not involving the application of the neutrality laws, with particular reference to situations where shots are fired into American territory across the international boundary, and to bandit raids...
A study of the evacuation of wounded from cavalry commands: by the Germans in their advance through Belgium, the British in their operations in Sinai, and the Italians in the battle of Vittorio Veneto.
The purpose of this study is to consider developments of our present scientific and mechanical age, its influence upon strategical and administrative organizations and the resulting influences upon the attack and defense of a river line.
The purpose of this paper is to show that our army school system is the chief factor in the technical education of the regular officer, and to point out what the writer believes to be two major weaknesses, and to outline the action recommended.
How the allied cavalry by its bold and aggressive action was able to place itself squarely across the line of retreat of the XI German Army and thus contribute so materially to the success of Franchet D'Esperey.
This paper describes the use of artillery during the Russo-Japanese War by both Japanese armed forces and Russian armed forces. Russian defense, weapons, events, and comparisons between the Japanese and Russian forces are revealed.