Country of Origin: United States
Publisher: Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
The Military Review is published monthly by the Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Volume XXV, November 1945 includes
Orientation Before Battle - A Leadership Mechanism (Maj. Gen. Louis E. Hibbs);
From Metz to the Saar (95th Division Report);
Proving Ground for Combined Air-Ground Operations - The Philippines (Lt. Col. Edward L. Jenkins, AC);
An Airborne Corps Operation; An Introduction to Naval Tactics (Capt. Miles R. Browning, USN);
Development and Employment of Rockets (Lt. Col. Irving J. Harrell, Jr., OD);
Statistical Control in the Army Air Forces (Lt. Col. Carleton P. Duby, AC);
Japanese Psychology and Its Effect Upon the Training of U.S. Troops in Pacific Ocean Area (Brig. Gen. Kendall J. Fielder);
G-3 Estimate - Communications Zone (Maj. M. O. Tryon, Inf);
The Okinawa Campaign ( Col. Conrad H. Lanza);
The Psychological Angle of the Combat Order (Lt. Col. William B. Rosson, GSC);
The Development of Japanese Army Air Force Pilor Training (Lt. Col. John C. Marchant, AC);
Division QM - In Addition (Maj. C. B. Montgomery, QMC);
Air Supply (Lt. Col. James I. Muir. Inf);
G3 Studies the Attack of a Fortified Position (Maj. Donald W. Fouse, Inf);
Voluntary Study in the New Army (Col. Frank J. Sackton, GSC);
Antiaircraft Operations in the China-Burma-India Theater (Lt. Col. George A. Meigs, CAC);
and more articles.
Slight corner creasing. Stamp on front cover (Received Dec 13 1945). Very good.
Under 1 lb.