September 1920

Editorial Notes

Volume 5, Issue 3

AS A RESULT of the European War, and the changes and development it brought about in the Art of War, the Marine Corps, like other branches of the service, has found it more necessary than ever before, to provide thoroughly up-to-date educational facilities for its commissioned personnel. With a view to keeping its readers fully acquainted with the latest steps in this direction, THE GAZETTE has included in its recent numbers as much information as was obtainable, not only concerning the Marine Corps Schools, but also Army Schools to which marine officers may be detailed.

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