Anti-tank weapons by Terry Gander

By Terry Gander

Книга Anti-tank guns Anti-tank guns Книги Исторические Автор: P.Chamberlein,T.Gander Формат: pdf Размер: 21,3 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Справочник по противотанковому вооружению Второй мировой войны. Артиллерия,ПТР,мины.Фотографии,ТТХ.

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52 The infantry and the artillery were making great strides in preparing for combat. Also of concern, however, to the British and the French were the American engineers. The 307th Engineer Regiment would have to function well on the battlefield if the 82nd Division was to fight either in the trenches or in open warfare. The engineers not only prepared roads and bridges but cut wire to open lanes for the infantry and built firing positions for machine guns. The combat engineering tasks were many, and when fighting was severe the regiment could serve as a reserve for the infantry.

Official History of the 82nd Division, 4, also reports the shortfalls in training equipment. Ibid. 24. War Department, Memorandum for the Chief of Staff, 20 February 1918, RG 120, carton 11. 25. , carton 13. Also see typed copy, "History of the Headquarters, 157th Field Artillery Brigade," c. , carton 22. 26 The All-Americans at War 26. , carton 1. 27. Inspection Report to Chief of Staff, 5 February 1918. 28. , carton 11. 29. Ibid. 30. , carton 11. 31. War Department, Office of the Chief of Staff, Abstract of Inspection Report, c.

There were no haversacks, holsters, or ration bags on hand. 32 Obviously, the logistics officers had much work to do to bring the 82nd 22 The All-Americans at War up to deployment standards in equipment. 33 However, the division was still about four thousand men short, and if the division was filled up for overseas deployment, would the incoming soldiers have the right equipment? Would there be incoming soldiers? The personnel sections were deeply concerned about another round of shifts, changes, and transfers.

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