November 1942

The Chemical Officer in Base-Defense Situations

Volume 26, Issue 4

Richard C Drum Hunt Jr


UNTIL now largely a theoretical and practically static matter in most organizations, the problem of chemical defense is coming in for a thorough examination throughout the Marine Corps, and nowhere more so than in base-defense units.

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