FROM time to time during the past year circular letters emanating from headquarters have appraised the service of the fact that the "Army Correspondence Courses, modified to meet Marine Corps conditions" have been adopted for the instruction and training of such of its officers who desire to enrol in them. It is the aim of this paper to give a more complete resume of the project to those officers who either have enrolled or who contemplate doing so, and to forestall that criticism which is based upon a misapprehension' of the purposes for which those courses were designed and offered.
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