September 1922

"O'brady Says _____!"

Volume 7, Issue 3

AUTHORITIES differ as to the essential attributes necessary to constitute the best type of individual, or even of organized units, in the service. However, a rifle-or any other weapon or instrument, small or great-no matter how excellent it may be in itself, is of little use in the hands of a man unable to use it effectively. Hence, the opinion is practically unanimous that the one "priceless ingredient" of all is that of physical fitness; and it would be exceedingly difficult to even find anyone who would care to debate that proposition negatively.

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