June 1919

Peace-Time Morale

Volume 4, Issue 2

Donald B Creecy

IN discussing the subject of Morale I have kept in mind the viewpoint of the Company Commander, as he is the one most involved and is the highest ranking officer who deals directly with the enlisted man. As the Company Commander, also, has two grades of officers and all grades of enlisted men under his command it is believed that the principles here laid down will apply equally to the higher and lower commands, leaving the details of application, however, to their own deductions.

"The object of peace-time training is preparation for war."-I. D. R.

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