The Navy-Marine Corps Problem
FOUR years ago, when the course in landing operations was first installed as a part of the Field Officers' Course at the Marine Corps Schools, the possibility of cooperation with the Naval War College was freely discussed. It was evident that much could be gained by the students of both schools if they worked together on a naval problem involving advance base operations in support of the fleet.
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