November 1941

Procuring Officers for the Emergency

Volume 25, Issue 4


WHILE the rest of the country is concerned with the volume production of tanks, machine guns, airplanes, and other assorted implements of war, the United States Marine Corps is concentrating on the mass production of second lieutenants. With the authorized strength of the Corps standing at 60,000 officers and men, the need for junior officers has become acute.

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