February 1931

"Nor by Sword Alone"

Volume 15, Issue 4

THE SIGNING of the Armistice. November 11, 1918, set in motion the tolling of an "Angelus," heard by all the people of the earth, that they might give thanks, thought, and prayer-to the dawning of a new and happier day.

From the Argonne to the Pacific, men under arms, serving every flag, looked forward in happy anticipation to the day when they might return to their homes.

Since that memorable day the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States of America have carried on their regular routine of preparedness to meet any emergency.

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