December 1918

Discussion of Paper Work

Volume 3, Issue 4

I DARE say that every officer, and particularly captains, that has read the December and June numbers of the GAZETTE, after surveying the index, turned to the article on "Paper Work" and read it either first or second. And, furthermore, that every officer who has read the above article has agreed with it in whole or in part. This fact speaks for itself. Undoubtedly every officer who has been in command of a company believes that the paper work now required can be abbreviated considerably, but, as Q. M. C.

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