THE article of Colonel Magill, on "paper work," published in the December, 1917, number of the MARINE CORPS GAZETTE, is of particular interest at this time, as it again calls the attention of the service to the necessity of a further discusssion of the important subject of the reduction of paper work, and, at the same time, affords an opportunity to show what has already been accomplished along these lines in the past, and what is possible in the way of successful accomplishment in the future.
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