June 1926

Professional Notes

Volume 11, Issue 2


AT THE close of the World War Parris Island was equipped with temporary and permanent buildings affording sufficient barracks accommodation for ten thousand recruits under training, and in addition about five thousand more could be quartered under canvas in a camp at the end of the island, so that at one time there were more than fifteen thousand men at the station.

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