February 1933

Contact Clubs-A Suggestion for Reserve Officers

Volume 17, Issue 4

They were attending camp at Quantico, Va., some fifty Reserve Officers from all parts of the country. Some were going to Company Officers' School, others the Basic School, and others to the Signal School.

They were individually receiving excellent training. They were quartered in tents on a hill overlooking the Potomac, where the nights were cool. The mess was fine. Everything seemed ideal. They were all in fine fettle. But

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