November 1931

The New Reserve

Volume 16, Issue 3

UNWILLING to sink back into the military stagnation of a purely civilian life, some hundreds of Marines who saw service in the World War have proved their love for the Marine Corps by becoming active, potent adjuncts of that Corps. Unable to lay aside completely the tradition built up in the European struggle they have brought the Marine Corps Reserve in peace time to a position of competent readiness by maintaining Marine Corps standards of discipline and efficiency.

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