The excellent French roads, when undamaged by artillery fire, made it possible to move long range guns rapidly. This U. S. Coast Artillery gun is enroute to a new post to continue its work of disrupting enemy communications.
FOUR OUT OF FOUR
This 340 mm. of the U. S. Coast Artillery fired four shots into German lines, Oct. 12, 1918. Airplane observers reported each one a direct hit. Railway yards, bridgeheads, enemy headquarters--were targets for these guns.