September 1926

West Coast Sea School

Volume 11, Issue 3

IN VIEW of the remarks contained in a recent article which appeared in the June, 1926, issue of the GAZETTE, regarding the San Diego Sea School, it is thought that the method and procedure of instructing men in the duties of the Marine, afloat, might be of interest to the service in general.

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