December 1938

First Battalion, Fifth Marines

Volume 21, Issue 12

Major Eugene F. C. Collier, Commanding Officer


SINCE our harrowing experiences out in O the wilds of Brentsville, things have quieted down to a great extent. The smooth routine of everyday training has everyone back in the groove with an onportunity to catch up on a little outside activity such as tripping the light fantastic.

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