November 1932

The Marine Corps: Its Mission, Organization, Power and Limitations

Volume 17, Issue 3
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with special reference to advanced bases in support of the fleet

This paper concerns a branch of our national defense forces with the duties of which officers of the Navy are more or less familiar-THE MARINESand, in recent years, due possibly to increased length of service, broader experience, more frequent association with naval officers in high command, I am inclined to believe that that familiarity is rather the less than the more.

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