March 1924

Peacetime Tactical Training for Small Marine Corps Posts

Volume 9, Issue 1

SMALL posts always have difficulty in carrying out combat exercises. This is not, however, an insurmountable difficulty. The necessary ingredients are, first, a sufficient area of broken ground that will stand tramping over which is available near most of our stations. Second, a small platoon; and finally, at least one morning out of the week. These can be assembled.

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