August 1934

The "New" Marine Corps Reserve Moves Up

Volume 19, Issue 2

During the past few years the pages of the Marine Corps Gazette have contained many articles on the subject of the Marine Corps Reserve. Yet officers of the Marine Corps Reserve, when they come in contact with officers of the regular establishment, find that some regular officers are of the opinion that the Marine Corps Reserve is something vague, remote and intangible, something that MIGHT, after considerable emergency training, be used, in part, by the Marine Corps in time of war; something apart from the Corps.

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John W Thomason Jr

Thomas H Healy