May 1939

The Value of General Study

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SOME Marines labor under the misapprehension that the Marine Corps Institute is designed solely for those seeking specialized skill in a certain trade. This is far from true. While many men in farflung outposts are gaining valuable knowledge in technical subjects through study with the Industrial School of the Institute, there are large numbers of others who are profiting greatly from a study in the cultural or social fields offered by the Preparatory School.

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