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By Alan H Smith

ISBN-10: 0987057448

ISBN-13: 9780987057440

considering that 1899, the numerous function Australian gunners have performed in assisting the Australian army Forces’ campaigns has been well-documented. they've got gallantly and whole-heartedly supported Australian, British, New Zealand and Indian armies in either international Wars, the Korean and Borneo war of words Wars and so much lately the Vietnam War.

Most Australian army old money owed specialize in the aid function gunners performed to cavalry and infantry instead of counter bombardment actions, the place they used artillery fireplace to find and wreck and/or neutralise enemy artilleryand mortars. Do Unto Others is a accomplished historical past of using counter bombardment from the inception of this method within the First international struggle, via to the Vietnam campaign.

The ‘art of counter bombardment’ originated throughout the First
World battle, while an Australian scientist, William Bragg, a
lieutenant within the Royal Horse Artillery, in addition to Australian
physicists and fanatics, built a mode of locating
enemy weapons utilizing the physics of sound, referred to as ‘sound ranging’,
and meteorology. From this time the Australian army Forces
in their campaigns were significant beneficiaries of counter
bombardment, which turned more and more sophisticated
with the appearance of radar situation in the course of international warfare 2 and the
last titanic artillery struggle of the 20 th century in Korea.

Counter bombardment reached new heights with the Vietnam
War, the 1st time the Australian military deployed its own
locating battery to a battle quarter, permitting gunners to achieve
outstanding effects and an enviable popularity for locating
skills. Vietnam culminated in a triumph for the ‘scientific
method’ throughout many disciplines and the efforts of the many
dedicated gunners keen on counter bombardment over the
58 12 months interval on the grounds that creation of this technique.

Do Unto Others is a accomplished account of the history
of counter bombardment, together with the advance of
Australian innovations, apparatus and systems through
the campaigns up until eventually Vietnam, with references to the
techniques and activities of the British and American artillery
included the place applicable to put the Australian experience
in viewpoint. it's also the tale of the courageous males at the back of the
artillery and their awesome efforts and effects throughout these
varied campaigns.

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