December 1925


Volume 10, Issue 3

ANY improvement in the Marine Corps fitness report would be welcomed by the service at large. Certainly, the results of the present method of reporting on the fitness of officers is unsatisfactory. The War Department, after much experimentation, finally has adopted a system which, I am led to believe, is as fair and just and as satisfactory as human ingenuity can devise.

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