June 1925

Training of Non-Commissioned Officers

Volume 10, Issue 1

John W Thomason Jr

Robert Blake

POSSIBLY there is no one subject that has received so little attention from the service as a whole as the training of non-commissioned officers. Nearly every officer has some idea on the subject, more or less hazy, as to what the qualifications of non-commissioned officers should be, or as to what should be required of them before they are ever " made," but scarcely anything is done to put these ideas, good, bad, or indifferent into practice. It is something that is left to take care of itself.

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