The New Marine Corps Reserve and the Sixth Marine Reserve Brigade
IT BECAME apparent in the summer of 1929 that the small appropriation for the organization, training, administration, and recruiting of the Marine Corps Reserve was not likely to be increased and if the Marine Corps was to have a Reserve commensurate with its expeditionary requirements in time of emergency some system and plan other than that in force must be devised.
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