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guns have been wheeled into firing position, the instrument known as a director, tracts[sic] the target, computes the necessary data, and the height of the plane, etc., and directs the fire of the gun

FIRING ANTIAIRCRAFT GUNS

E&MP 44.026

Electricity - Communication

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Training routine of a Coast Artillery Antiaircraft Regiment somewhere in the Mojave Desert, California.

When the guns have been wheeled into firing position, the instrument known as a director, tracts[sic] the target, computes the necessary data, and the height of the plane, etc., and directs the fire of the gun.

PHOTO SC-131391

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