Although it is impossible to give a complete analysis of the operations of this section in a paper of limited length, the purpose of this paper does give an examination of some of the activities, methods and reports.
The study is a synopsis of treatment and general consideration regarding: 1.) the attitude toward right in private property and English law as to just compensation for property taken for defense of the realm; 2.) the American view and the power of...
This study presented discusses the extent to which it is practicable and desirable in actual combat to replace men by tanks, armored cars, new implements, etc., and the tactical effects of such replacement.
The study presented discusses the extent to which it is practicable and desirable in actual combat to replace men by tanks, armored cars, new implements, etc., and the tactical effects of such replacement.
This study discusses the importance that Statesman and Soldier should mutually understand each other's functions and needs. It addresses the need for coordination of the work of the State, War and Navy Departments is just as necessary in peace as...
This is a study to determine the proper objectives of an air force in a future war. The conclusions are based on a study of air force operations during the World War and opinions expressed in current literature pertinent to the subject.
The study addresses a few selected instances of the use of liaison by French, German and American forces as a foundation for the expression of the writer's opinion and discussion of certain recommendations.
This paper discusses if the branch of law, known as the rules of evidence, is a sufficient guide for the military man of today, in presenting to a court-martial the facts in a case, and does it fairly and impartially project the rights and...
This study discusses that due to the geographical, climate conditions and the absence of roads, the American wheeled vehicle is unsuited for general use in Central America for combat conditions for supply and evacuation purposes.
In a study of the supply operations concerned in this offensive, it is necessary to consider the peculiar situation which elated prior to the beginning of the actual preparations for the attack itself.