June 1930

Practical Employment of the Thompson Sub Machine Gun

Volume 15, Issue 2

THIS ARTICLE makes no pretense of being original, but is a compilation of all available facts on the subject, including valuable comments of other officers and the writer's personal views, gathered from observation of the use of the Thompson sub-machine gun in the field in active bandit operations in Northern Nicaragua. It has been prepared primarily for instructional use in the Marine Corps Basic School.


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