December 1926


Volume 11, Issue 4

Major Edwin North McClellan, USMC

W G Hawthorne

ORDINARILY camouflage is a means that furthers efficiency in an organization. It is therefore not a mythical something to be viewed by Line Officers as belonging to the camouflage corps alone, but is a very tangible subject of which ALL officers should know, at least, the fundamental principles of appliance.

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