June 1917


Volume 2, Issue 2


THE strength of a military organization is measured by the quality of its discipline. Unless a leader can command the loyal, instant obedience of his men, his military skill, however great, is valueless. Every strategic plan, every tactical maneuver, is based upon the premise that each individual will do his part wholeheartedly. Blunders may be retrieved by discipline; battles can never be won without it.

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