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Development of the Port of New Orleans

By F. J. Springer

Two Years of War in Europe, The Second Year of the War, and more

The Organization of the United States Army

The Various Arms of the Regular Service, and the Functions of Each

By Martin Wells

Strategic Moves of the War, July 27th, 1916

By Our Military Expert

Sir William Ramsay

The Father of the New Physical Chemistry

Substituting Gasoline for Horseflesh

Work of Motor Trucks with the Army in Mexico

By Victor W. Pagé

The Field Artillery of the United States Army

The Field Gun Has Become the Dominant Element in Modern Warfare

How an Army Hears

Every Resource of Modern Science Employed to Tell the Modern Warrior what His Enemy is Doing
[field communication in the army, radio and telephone links]

The Italian Cargo Steamer Milazzo

Ingeniously Constructed Freighter Which Unloads Cargo at Minimum Cost

Our Cavalry

The Tactics of the Mounted Service of the World' s Armies Are Governed by Principles Established on Our Western Plains

By Charles M. Maigne

The Machine Gun

Some Characteristics of the Three Types of Automatic Machine Gun used by the United States Army

The Sanitary Service in War

How the Wounded are Cared for and the Health of the Soldiers Conserved

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    New Books, Etc.- August 5, 1916

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    Inventions New and Interesting- August 5, 1916

  • Recently Patented Inventions- August 5, 1916

  • Notes and Queries- August 5, 1916

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August 05, 1916Cover Image: A U.S. armored car for service in Mexico