November 1943

Films for Training

Volume 27, Issue 7
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The Marine Corps Photographic Section

ONE picture is worth 10,000 words. So Confucius is reputed to have said many centuries ago, and the-job being done by the Marine Corps Photographic Section would seem to indicate that the old Chinese sage definitely knew what he was talking about. In the scope of its activities, the increase in its personnel and equipment, and the distribution of its productions, the Marine Corps Photographic Section has grown by leaps and bounds to meet the demands made upon it in the present war.

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