September 1938

"The Naval R.O.T.C.: a Vein Unworked"

Volume 22, Issue 3


Charles A Weil

THE organization of an efficient military and naval reserve is uniquely an American necessity. Other nations with armies always on a war footing can afford to regard the reserve as a very eventual force. In the United States, military reserves are crucially close to the forefront of battle.

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