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ANTI-AIRCRAPT ARTILLERY OF THE AMERICAN ARMY: OE OF THB LATEST GUS– WITH DIFAIITRY AT DRILL
ARMOUHRD CARS IN NEW YORK3 AN ARMOURED CAR SQUADROU OF lTA NATIONAL GUARD PASSoM THROUGH THE ST
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As ow photogaphs indicate, the Unitd S A is equipped ith a the latest desices of modern centc arfare, including anti-a-craft guos, d mo oed c sear, ch- ights, and wireles telegraphs. The illustration on the lefIt at the foot of the page, showing a big mothr-mo teld snrclight of recent design for eld work, is particularly tistig. Theproject Itself is seen in the foregrond of the photogrraph, no a taile which is drawn behiod the c raying the hfeld-gsmet and cable. The lag
dm in the cene holds a thouand het . highly inslaled rih cale. The trailer with archlight can e placed in positiesn on the crest of a hil while the genhra remains concealed at a lower altitude over thee. hundred yards away. A ~o connected to the searchlight enaues it to be focused, di ed, r hr ed to any an or leration, aI these eparations being controlled fre generater through the cale. In mdera wafan, ad orse, sarchight play a wry iprtant part.