Journal of the United States Artillery
The Journal of the United States Artillery was established at Fort Monroe, Virginia, in 1892, by First Lieutenant (later General) John Wilson Ruckman, Cornelis DeWitt Willcox, and three other officers of the Artillery School. Ruckman served as the editor of the journal for four years (July 1892 to January 1896) and published several articles therein afterward. One publication by West Point notes Ruckman's "guidance" and "first-rate quality" work were obvious as the journal "rose to high rank among the service papers of the world." The journal was renamed the Coast Artillery Journal in 1922 and the Antiaircraft Journal in 1948.
- Field Artillery Branch (United States)
- U.S. Army Coast Artillery Corps
- Air Defense Artillery Branch (United States)
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