June 1919

Editorial Notes

Volume 4, Issue 2
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Changes in uniform being in order the GAZETTE has decided to make its appearance in the uniform of the colors of the Corps, scarlet and gold.

The GAZETTE has also decided, in view of the increase of size of the Marine Corps and its own healthy condition, to assume a somewhat larger and more prosperous appearance.

By direction of the Board of Control, accepted articles hereafter appearing in the GAZETTE will be paid for at fixed rate per page for original articles on professional subjects. Remuneration for translations will be at a reduced rate per page.

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