February 1936

Officer Procurement

Volume 20, Issue 1

Many pages in the GAZETTE have been devoted to the training methods urged for our young officers. Some of these methods appear to overlook the fact that our younger officers already possess some of the qualities so vital to the composition of a desirable officer. We must agree it is easy to produce a good lieutenant from individuals who come to us from a group of young men who have been undergoing stiff competition for four or more years at selected colleges or universities.

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