March 1929

Marine Corps War Planning Course

Volume 14, Issue 1

IN JANUARY, 1927, Colonel Robert H. Dunlap, U. S. M. C., while commanding officer of the Marine Corps Schools, recommended the assignment of a group of officers to duty "For the preparation of the detailed operating plans of our basic war plans, to prepare selected officers for higher executive staff functions and to influence naval thought in connection with war plans."

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