2 edition of Notes on U.S. ordnance. found in the catalog.
Notes on U.S. ordnance.
James E. Hicks
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Consequently, when there was an explosion i. Minister to Norway, Mrs. Some Thoughts about the Future of our Army. By Septemberofficers, 5, enlisted, and 6, civilians were conducting tests on a wide range of munitions. By mid, all the field armies had Ordnance personnel travelling with them. In addition, he aimed to develop a cadre of highly trained Ordnance officers who could dedicate their inventive ingenuity to their profession.
PL Monthly Summary, March Vauban and Modern Sieges. Chemical Theory of the Combustion of Gunpowder. Debus, Ph. After reading over the above statement, Admiral Furlong stated: "I did not even know that the Army had heard of the gun. For complete list of requests, see Appendix D.
These units moved with the division and provided a wide array of support to the line. Ferdinand Gauther. Pr5c Memorandum to Ad5, 23 July His responsibility was to deliver powder and ammunition to selected towns, recover weapons from militia members, receive payment from those who lost weapons, and provide periodic reports to government officials to guide the purchase of firearms, powder, and shot.
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Mounted Riflemen. Lyle, Ordnance department; 11 pages Price 1. Bunsen and L. Article on the progress in the dephosphorization of pig-iron and steel. Translated from Revue d'Artillerie for October,by Lt. The development of the Ordnance school system is another success story during the interwar years.
Blandy's memo for Mr. Aktiebolaget Bofors. Mason, U. With only 97 officers and 1, enlisted soldiers, the department had a myriad of problems to overcome; no system below the Office of the Chief of Ordnance to coordinate with industry, no plan for mobilizing industry, an inadequate proving ground, no system of echeloned maintenance, a lack of sufficient schooling for enlisted soldiers, and only six armories and manufacturing arsenals at Watervliet, New York; Watertown and Springfield, Massachusetts; Frankford, Pennsylvania; Rock Island, Illinois; and Picatinny, New Jersey.
Reorganization and Vietnam Following the massive reorganization of the Army in based on the Hoelscher Committee Report, the Ordnance Corps and the office of the Chief of Ordnance was disestablished.
Smith, R. Codd, R. Re4 Memorandum for Files, 1 May Directive Summary No. Ordnance received a 4-year, indefinite-quantity contract from the U. It is procured from the U. Inthe Ordnance Corps had a red plume the same as Artillery. Contract Expiration Date is August 31, See volume of Procurement Sttistics,which is part of this History.Notes on U.
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Navy and as Chief. S.W.A.T., Nov.Page By Walt Rauch Looking at the new Auto-Ordnance A1 I wondered if anyone needs or would want yet another “plain-Jane” A1. I thought to myself I have at least a half-dozen GI s and they were all cheap.
I reflected that during my college years as an NRA member I.
The Shell and Flame is considered the oldest branch insignia in the U.S. Army. The use of the Shell and Flame by the Ordnance Branch dates back to It was also used by the Artillery Branch until when the Artillery branch adopted the crossed-cannons as its branch insignia.
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