December 1916

Should the Marine Corps Have Its Own War College?

Volume 1, Issue 4

THE field of activity of the marine officer is peculiar to himself; he is neither an army soldier nor a sailor but to a large extent combines their knowledge and abilities in his own person and has tasks to perform for which no one else is fitted.

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