April 1951

Cold Weather Training

Volume 34, Issue 4

Robert Tallent

The way to survive and fight in cold weather is taught in sunny California

CALIFORNIA has everything! That's what the Camp Pendleton Marines are saying. They've discovered that they don't have to go to Alaska for a bivouac in the snow. The Southern California mountains in the San Bernardino National Forest, 75 miles northeast of their hot, sweltering Camp Pendleton base have provided the Training and Replacement Command with an ideal Cold Weather Training Area.

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