By Philip Katcher
As a result of size of the sea coast of the us, from the start American ordnance and engineers put an emphasis on heavy artillery fixed in coastal defences. The Union military organised its 'Heavy Artillery' into separate regiments, uniformed and built another way. whereas the sector Artillery was once assigned around the struggling with fronts Heavy Artillery devices served the large weapons within the forts and the defences of Washington. The Confederates didn't differentiate kinds of artillery and people who grew to become referred to as Heavy Artillery did so via casual organization instead of formal designation. This publication info the improvement and utilization of the large guns.
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The combat efficiency of three of the armies had doubtless been reduced by the recent offensives, but the other armies were a formidable force. The possibility that the enemy, might use his increasing air strength—now believed to be a minimum of 750 aircraft of all types—was a cause for concern. Numerous reports and air photographs left little doubt that the North Koreans were making airfields ready for immediate use. In some instances runways were being lengthened to accommodate jets or bombers.
N. commanders could use the water and terrain barriers to establish a stronger defense in depth. They could also make KANSAS the base for later operations designed to seize the Iron Triangle. S. I and IX Corps and the ROK I Corps on the east coast had battled their way against fluctuating enemy resistance to positions on Line K ANSAS . S. X and ROK III Corps, in the central and central-east sectors, had been delayed by rugged, terrain and hampered by the lack of adequate supply routes, they were steadily drawing up.
IX Corps had reached the first phase line. Other units reached it in the next two days, and the attack to the second phase line began on the 14th. As intended by General Ridgway, the advance in the central and eastern zones had threatened the enemy’s control of the capital. To search out the positions that still barred the way, a patrol from the ROK I Division crossed the Han River west of Seoul and proceeded northward for several miles before running into enemy fire. N. troops moved in. Thus Seoul changed hands for the fourth time.
American Civil War Artillery 1861-65 (2): Heavy Artillery (New Vanguard, Volume 40) by Philip Katcher