March 1930

Motor Transport for the Marine Corps

Volume 15, Issue 1
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A STUDY of the records and reports from our two recent expeditions in China and Nicaragua conveys the impression that something was wrong with the impedimenta accompanying these operations. It seems that we may have wandered foolishly from one extreme to another. Days were, before the World War, when motor transport for the Marine Corps was a dream of luxury rather than a realized necessity.

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