December 1919

The Marine Corps and National Training

Volume 4, Issue 4

AN examination of the measures now before the Congress providing for the training of the young men of the nation, so that they may be quickly organized into effective units in the event the nation is threatened, shows that so far the matter has been looked at almost entirely from a single point of view-that of the Army-and that the fact that more than one single service is vitally involved has received little consideration.

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