August 1932

Membership in the Marine Corps Reserve What It Costs

Volume 17, Issue 2

Strange as this story may sound to reserve officers there are still people in positions of responsibility that believe membership in the Marine Corps Reserve means financial gain. A few years ago there was a chief clerk who, ignoring law and regulations, refused to permit a reserve officer employed in his office to attend annual training. The circumstances of the case were so unusual that the writer, a few months later, when no harm could come to the reserve officer, took the trouble to investigate.

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