The Estimate of the Situation and Order Form
THE WRITER recently spent two years on duty with the Staff of the Marine Corps Schools, Field Officers' Course, at the Marine Barracks, Quantico, Va. These two years were preceded by a year at the Naval War College in the Junior Course. The work covered in these two courses is largely tactical, in each case pertaining particularly to the specialized services, Naval and Military. In both courses, however, the basis of the work is similar, that is, the problem, or case-method, of instruction is used.
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