The articles from “Tactical and Technical Trends” No. 8 have been added to main site. “Tactical and Technical Trends” was published by the Military Intelligence Service of the War Department to inform U.S. forces of both Allied and enemy military developments. At the time of publication, September 1942, the articles were necessarily based primarily on reports from British and Russian sources supplemented by enemy publications and training materials.
Noteworthy articles from Issue No. 8 include:
- Lessons from Crete in Antiparachutist Tactics
- Notes on Japanese Air Tactics
- Cooperation Between German Reconnaissance Aviation and Ground Forces
- Employment of Antiaircraft Artillery with a German Panzer Division in Libya
- Russian 76.2-mm Gun
- New German Bombthrower – schwere Wurfgerät 40/41
- Cavalry Combat at Night
- German Coaxial Sighting Telescope
- German Air Attack on Crete
German airborne forces and the attack on Crete were a major focus of the issue.