March 1938

"The Reserves Carry On"

Volume 22, Issue 1

H M Kenyon

In the fine Anniversary Number of the MARINE CORPS GAZETTE of November, 1937, the Reserve Division felt that our excellent Marine Corps publication was not doing its part in the presentation of items relating to the Reserve, because all that appeared in the GAZETTE consisted of some three columns of names, showing what young men had been commissioned, followed by the names of those who had been discharged, had resigned, died, or had been transferred to the honorary retired list.

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