Field Officer's Course at Marine Corps School
THERE were two important and interesting articles in the December, 1929, issue of The Marine Corps Gazette dealing with the Marine Corps Schools. The first of these, "Some Thoughts on Service Schools," by Colonel J. C. Breckenriclge, U. S. M. C., Commanding Marine Corps Schools,* contains much food for thought and urgent reasons for action to change the present system of instruction in the Field Officer's Course at these schools.
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