June 1927

The Wadsworth Bill and the Marine Corps Personnel Bill

Volume 12, Issue 2

SINCE the Marine Corps Personnel Bill has been drafted and a copy furnished every officer of the Corps, a new factor has appeared in the situation which may have considerable effect on personnel legislation for the Marine Corps. A sentiment has arisen in Congress, especially among members of the Military and Naval Committees, that there should be uniform, or as nearly uniform as practicable, methods of promoting and retiring the commissioned personnel in all branches of the Service.

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Robert Blake

John W Thomson Jr