By Terrance McGovern, Bolling Smith, Peter Bull
American Coastal Defences 1885-1950 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ American Coastal Defences 1885-1950 (Fortress forty four) ByTerrance McGovernPublisher:Os Publishing2006 64PagesISBN: 1841769223PDF19 MBA new around of fortification development all started within the usa and its in a foreign country territories within the late-19th century, which benefited from the most recent expertise and the rise in America's world wide financial stature. This publication presents a concise creation to the layout, improvement and function of yankee coastal defenses within the 'modern interval' (1885-1950), a interval outlined by means of concrete, metal, and robust breech-loading rifles. choked with interval and modern day pictures of the fortifications, and written by means of a number one specialist, it covers the emplacements, weaponry, gear, and other people that defended their nation in occasions of significant swap and uncertainty.sharingmatrixletitbit zero
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The United States did have a number of perfectly adequate spare M1895 12in. gun barrels for which there was no pressing need. While development of a 16in. gun and carriage was proceeding, in the short term a new barbette carriage that would allow the existing 12in. barrels to fire at elevations up to 35 degrees would be both powerful and economical. The resulting battery design resembled the last generation of 14in. batteries, begun the same year to defend the new port at Los Angeles. The primary difference was the substitution of barbette carriages for disappearing ones.
N 1942, the US War Department ordered MTO buildings built at all new posts, and for the expansion of existing camps, posts, and stations. Fortunately, since most coastal forts already had mobilization-style buildings, fewer harbor defense units were quartered in MTO buildings. The MTO designs were subject to continual change, for efficiency of construction, to minimize use of critical materials, and to improve their habitability. Designs combined features of the 700-series with theater-ofoperations designs, and included additional bracing, improved insulation and ventilation, and a variety of sidings other than tarpaper.
Even the dispersed battery design was the same. Although successful in closing the bay and allowing the abandonment of the harbor defenses of Baltimore and Washington, the howitzers had little to recommend them in comparison to the guns, and no more were built. Meanwhile, a dispute arose about the proposed new 16in. batteries urgently needed to protect San Francisco against the growing Japanese threat. The plans originally approved called for the same dispersed battery layout used previously, but as naval airpower became more capable, open batteries became increasingly vulnerable.
American Coastal Defences 1885-1950 by Terrance McGovern, Bolling Smith, Peter Bull