February 1931

Marine Corps Communications Personnel

Volume 15, Issue 4
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THIS is the age of specialization. The average man can no longer hope to be an expert in several lines of activity. The jack of all trades and master of none is finding it more and more difficult to keep his bread buttered. Yet jacks of all trades are necessary and it is surprising, indeed, how well some activities can function when their wheels of operation are in the main manned by such "jacks." The Marine is required to perform a varied class of tasks.

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Thomas E Thrasher Jr