December 1919

The Infantry School of Arms at Camp Benning

Volume 4, Issue 4

SINCE the subject of Professional Instruction is a matter of prime importance for the Marine Corps, especially at the present time, the methods adopted by the Infantry of the Army in solving their own educational problems should be of great value to us. The new Infantry School of Arms at Camp Benning, Georgia, represents the solution reached by that arm of the service. The purpose of this school is to provide a complete scheme of military education for all infantry officers up to and including field grades.

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