December 1926

Professional Qualifications of Reserve Officers

Volume 11, Issue 4

THE military history of the United States has been a history of citizen soldiery. From the earliest days of our nation, its policy of national defense has rested upon a small establishment of regular troops constituted to provide the nucleus of a force to be recruited in the event of a war from the eligible citizenry in such numbers as the situation required.

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