February 1936

Artillery by Mail

Volume 20, Issue 1

Since the revamping of the courses offered in the Correspondence School there has been included in the Junior Course a short introductory subcourse in artillery which is applicable to the Marine Corps. It is beieved that other articles in this issue of the Gazette will stress the absolute necessity of trained artillery personnel and a general knowledge of artillery by all officers for the proper performance of the Corps' various missions. I shall give the aim in view of the Correspondence School.

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C A Ketcham