March 1938

Procurement Program for Second Lieutenants

Volume 22, Issue 1

It is estimated that by 1 July, 1938, the Marine Corps will be faced with a shortage of fifty-nine (59) commissioned officers under existing laws, or with a shortage of seventy-nine (79) officers in the event legislation increasing the number of commissioned officers is enacted by Congress.

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