December 1925

Education in the Marine Corps

Volume 10, Issue 3

AS FAR back as any of our officers can remember, probably always, there has been some sort of school in the Marine Corps. True, not much thought was given to the selection, training and education of instructors, as is now the case, but then it is also true, of those days, that too much education was somewhat frowned upon. If a man were a "High Brow," so called, his brother officers unhesitatingly rated him as "impracticable," and if he broke into print, as I am now doing, he established beyond recovery that he was on the downward trail, no good.

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