The Expeditionary Work of the Quartermaster's Department
AS a foreword, the writer wishes to make it clear that this article is in no way intended as a criticism or derogatory comment on the present preparations of the Quartermaster's Department of the Marine Corps in dealing with expeditions, a subject on which he does not feel himself sufficiently well informed to speak. Rather may it be regarded as the observations and suggestions of a line officer who has been called upon to fill that most confusing of billets, acting quartermaster attached to a unit suddenly organized for duty over seas.
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