November 1936

Selection and Training of Recruits*

Volume 20, Issue 4

* A tree is no better than the soil which nourishes it. It is likewise true that an organization like our Marine Corps is no better than the men it recruits. For it is these same men who, like the soil the tree, are to nourish or to kill the reputation, tradition and efficiency which have made the pages of our history so brilliant throughout the years.

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