June 1942

Signal Supply in the Fleet Marine Force

Volume 26, Issue 2

THE problem of accountability for and replenishment of signal equipment and supplies has long been an enigma in combat units of the Marine Corps. Because of its technical nature, signal equipment has always been just another headache for the average unit quartermaster. He invariably had to call upon communication personnel to inventory newly received signal equipment because his quartermaster personnel usually couldn't distinguish between a DR-4 and a ED-72.

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