November 1932

The Sixth Marine Reserve Brigade 1932 Encampment As Seen by a Regular

Volume 17, Issue 3

For a number of years I have had a fairly good idea of the Marine Corps Reserve, that is to say from a theoretical standpoint. Like a great many other regular Marine Corps officers, who have not had an opportunity to observe first hand the actual workings of Reserve units, I had, for no good reason at all, formed several definite opinions about Reserve organizations. One of my opinions had to do with Reserve encampments.

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