December 1929

Some Thoughts on Service Schools

Volume 14, Issue 4

Commanding Marine Corps Schools

THE MARINE CORPS SCHOOLS opened their doors on September 6, 1929, with fifty-four officers attending the Basic Class in Philadelphia, and seventeen taking the Company Officers' Course and seventeen the Field Officers' Course in Quantico. These circumstances give rise to some ruminations on the subject of schools, and methods of study.

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