SINCE the establishment of Quantico as a permanent station of the Marine Corps, efforts have been made to secure appropriations to build permanent buildings to replace the temporary structures hastily erected during the World War when Quantico was developed as a wartime training camp for the battalions and regiments organized for service in France.
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