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Marine Corps Gazette 1943 05-06
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Marine Corps Gazette 1944 07
Marine Corps Gazette 1944 07
Vol. 28 No. 7 ....... Cover: Artwork by Sgt. Pat Denman ....... Articles Inside: The War at Sea - Admiral King's Report - A leading student of naval affairs ascribes our mounting success over the Japanese at sea to the superiority of our morale as well as the preponderance of our strength. The Japs, he says, have admitted it by their actions. By Fletcher Pratt ..... Smoke - The Modern Armor - Captured German documents reveal in precise detail the high degree to which the Wehrmacht has evolved ths tactical uses of smoke. The author of the well-known volume "Gas Warfare" analyzes these documents. By Brig. Gen. Alden H. Waitt, Chemical Warfare Section, U.S. Army ..... Britain's Sea Power - A comprehensive analysis of the functions, duties, and performance of her fleet of ships as reported by an official agency of the British Government. ..... Learn and Live - Practical suggestions on how Marines can do a better job more safely in the field: a new and handier means for carrying ammunition; how to improve on the straddle trench through use of empty steel oil drums. By Lt. Col. T. M. Mason USMC ..... Supply Pipe Line - Unimpeded flow of military supplies from factory to fighting front is a responsibility of user and forwarder as well as producer. Leaks along the line may deprive a fighter of equipment he needs. By Brig. Gen. Leonard E. Rea USMC ..... Gags For the Foxhole ..... Jap Agents Busy Again - A former correspondent in China for the New York TIMES detects resumption of activities by Japanese operatives and propagandists, and criticizes Americans who would deal leniently with them. By Hallett Abend ..... A Marine on the U.S.S. Hornet - The brief but illustrious history of the carrier that launched our first bombers against the Japanese homeland, as seen through the eyes of a proud survivor. Though she was blasted and now rests on the floor of the Pacific, she left a challenging record for a new and more powerful successor to match. By Tech. Sgt. Angus T. Gillis USMC, as told to Lt. Col. H. S. Mazet USMCR ..... White Man's War Canoe - Natives of Makin stand in awe along the beach as they watch the Navy task force lying off shore. They welcomed the U. S. invaders. ..... Jungle Warfare - Continuing from the June issue a distillation of the best knowledge of jungle warfare gained by Marines who have fought in the Philippines, Guadalcanal, New Georgia, Bougainville, and New Britain, By Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Va. ..... Editorials ..... What's New - Review of the Latest Developments in Military Equipment: U.S. Now Has Sixty-Five Carriers - V-12 Program Curtailed - Helicopter with Pusher Prop - Fight War Neurosis with Drug ..... Aviation - Reports and Comments on the Military Uses of Aircraft ..... Background ..... Marine Citations - Navy Cross, Legion of Merit, Silver Star and Air Medal ..... Official Information - Digest of Announcements from Official Sources ..... Books ..... Letters ..... Military Digest - A Review of Current Military Thought

Marine Corps Gazette 1944 09
Marine Corps Gazette 1944 09
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Marine Corps Gazette 1944 10
Marine Corps Gazette 1944 10
Vol. 28 No. 10 ....... Cover: Entry of General Quitman into Mexico City ( 1847 ) Artwork by Cpl. Tom Lovell USMCR ....... Articles Inside: Amphibious Miracle of Our Time. - Our amphibious advances are in reality part of one great Asiatic-Pacific pincers operation in which the Allies will hit their targets from all directions. By Lt. Gen. Alexander A. Vandergrift ..... Battalion on Saipan. - A war correspondent tells here the part played in the conquest of Saipan by the first Battalion of the Sixth Marine Regiment, Stiff enemy resistance on the beachhead cost the force a fifteen per cent loss on D Day. By Robert Sherrod ..... Notes From Guam. - The Americans are back on Guam, after smashing the Japanese garrison which held the island for two and a half years; these glimpses of the inoccupation show its moments of tragedy, humor, and drama. By Robert ( Pepper ) Martin ..... Saipan Tank Battle. - On Saipan, for the first time, the Japs used planning, and determined opposition extensively against American forces. Poor Jap them. By Major James A. Donovan ..... Tanks on Guam. - An expurgated but accurate recording of inter-tank conversations which took place during the capture of Orote Peninsula on Guam; the men who produced this did not know their words were going "into the record." By The Tankmen ..... This Month's Cover ..... In Keeping with the Highest Traditions - The saga of First Lieutenant John M. Gamble in the War of 1812 includes serving as master of a ship, mutiny, fights with natives, and capture. ..... The United States Staff - Although the United States staff developed slowly up until the start of World War I, it has advanced rapidly since that time. Today it equals, or is superior to, the military system of any other nation. By Lt. Col. J. D. Hittle ..... Rumanian Ruins - The path to a respected seat among the victorious nations of the world will be long and tortuous for Rumania. Perhaps no Axis satellite deserves less, and she will have to earn her place by proving her worth. By John J. Metcalfe ..... "Co-Prosperity" On Guam. - Japanese experiments, aimed at proving to the people of Guam that they were Asiatics, failed utterly. Now that the island has been retaken the story of "co-prosperity" can be told. By PFC Stanley Fink ..... Aerial Spotters. - The "Flying Jeep", a newcomer to warfare, has proven its worth as a versatile observation post for artillery and general reconnaisance duties. The first unit achieved notable success at Guadalcanal. By Lt. Thomas A. Watson and Lt. F. W. Calpin ..... Cannon, Mud and Japs. - Artillerymen learned several important lessons in the Cape Gloucester campaign, namely, that transportation must fit the terrain, also that a battle with fanatical Japs is a tough job. By Lt. Col. R.B. Luckey ..... The Men Behind the Planes. - Behind the score in the flyer's victory column stands the 24-hour-a-day, gruelling work of the ground crew. It is these "forgotten men" of aviation who really keep 'em flying. By Capt. Warren H. Goodman ..... Mission in Tientsin. - "During the Philippine campaign the newspapers released a story that General Homma had committed hara-kiri. I have a hunch this isn't true. I believe he is living in Tokyo and I hope to visit him there." By Lt. Col. W. A. Kengla ..... Aviation - Reports and Comments on the Military Uses of Aircraft. By Capt. Jack DeChant ..... What's New - Review of the Latest Developments in Military Equipment By S/Sgt. Ray Moulden ..... Depot of Supplies. - When Marines anywhere from the Mississippi River to the China coast need anything from a "popgun" to a pair of socks the San Francisco Depot of Supplies fills the bill. The depot has grown tremendously. By Maj. W. G. Muller ..... Completed Staff Work. - There is but one criterion by which a staff officer can measure the completeness of his work. Before submitting any directive, plan or order he must ask himself, "If I were CO would I sign?" By Col. William T. Clement ..... Bougainville Patrol - The Story of three days spent by a Marine patrol deep behind Japanese lines. Members of the scouting party killed 21 Japs and lost three men killed and one wounded during the action packed jungle trip. By W. O. Charles Revels ..... Books ..... Military Digest - A Review of Current Military Thought ..... The Napoleonic Wars - The size of armies involved, the speed with which Napoleon moved them, and the completeness of his victories all seemed something new to his contemporaries. By Crane Brinton, Gordon A. Craig and Felix Gilbert

Marine Corps Gazette 1944 11
Marine Corps Gazette 1944 11
Vol. 28 No. 11 ....... Cover: The Korean Incident ( 1871 ) Artwork by Corp. John F. Clymer ....... Articles Inside: The Jap Hope: Fortress East. - The one great naval battle that was to have decided the issue in the Pacific did not take place. Now the allies must breach the enemy's inner defense, the basic sea area around Japan. By Fletcher Pratt ..... Debunking the Filariasis Myth. - Fear of Sterility and Disfigurement Banished at Klamath Falls. By T/Sgt. Robert H. Myers ..... The Medical Facts About Filariasis. By MT/Sgt. Maurice E. Moran ..... False Gods - False Ideals. - Beneath the trappings of modernity the Japanese people have remained what they always were barbarians. Japanese conduct is the result of savage, warlike racial traits shaped to a code of barbarism now being employed in a program of conquest and world rule. By Otto D. Tolischus ..... One Job, One Corps. - Teamwork is the theme of Marine ground and air forces; in this respect the Corps differs from the other military arms, which look upon the air corps as a separate organization. By Capt. Warren H. Goodman ..... Incident of the Blue Goose. - The airmen at Guadalcanal had their backs to the wall; to add "insult to injury" they had a load of torpedoes and no TBF's, until the ungainly Blue Goose lumbered in. By Capt. Jack DeChant ..... Marine Corps General Staff. - Although the Marine Corps possesses the fundamental requisites for a general staff system, a greater efficiency could be realized from further developments of existing methods. By Lt. Col. J. D. Hittle ..... Artillery at Tarawa - The landing of 75-mm pack howitzers on Betio beach was a tremendous undertaking, but it paid handsome dividends in supporting the infantry, and in enemy dead. By Lt. Col. P. M. Rixey and Maj. Wendell H. Best ..... Highest Traditions - Outwitting the British and outfighting the Mexicans, Lieutenant Gillespie did much to change the course of California's history. ..... Camels Were Once Used for U.S. Military Transport. By Ralph Z. Kirkpatrick ..... Beachhead Government - As the Marines move ever closer to Japan the problem of dealing with civilians and civil administration becomes more evident. Many lessons were learned in the Marianas campaign. By S/Sgt. Bill Miller ..... Arms for Officers - Those who have been in fire fights will take the side of the shoulder weapon in the case of the carbine vs. the pistol. By Lt. Col. W. A. Kengla ..... Toward A Tough Peace - Final plans for Allied occupation of Germany are not quite completed, but everyone agrees that the Allies are determined to be tough, in the toughest sense of the word, on the war criminals. By John C. Metcalfe ..... What's New - Latest Developments in the Field of Equipment. By S/Sgt. Ray Moulden ..... French Forces of the Interior. - To the men wearing the Cross of Lorraine the battle of France didn't end when the Nazis marched in to occupy their country. For them, the fight for freedom had only started. By Andre Visson ..... Britian vs: Japan - A finish fight. - According to a repatriated prisoner, none of Great Britain's actions can be regarded as consistent with an intention to drop out of the war against Japan. By H. G. W. Woodhead, C. B. E. ..... Aviation - Reports and Comments on the Military Uses of Aircraft. By Capt. Jack DeChant ..... Officers and the S. R. A - A common belief that The Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 holds benefits and rights only for "Gl Joe" is wrong; it was written by Congress for all members of the armed forces, officers as well as enlisted men. ..... Military Discipline - It was the adherence to military discipline, a mental attitude that makes doing the right thing at the right time instinctive, that paid off in victory during the early, dark days in the Pacific war against Japan. By Colonel William J. Fox ..... Books

Marine Corps Gazette 1944 12
Marine Corps Gazette 1944 12
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Marine Corps Gazette 1945 01
Marine Corps Gazette 1945 01
Vol. 29 No. 1 ....... Cover: Belleau Wood ( 1918 ) Artwork by Cpl. Tom Lovell USMCR ....... Articles Inside: The Fourth Division At Tinian. - The enemy was prepared for our landing on Tinian, but he was outguessed, outmaneuvered, and outfought at every turn by Marines. By Capt. John W. Thomason, III ..... Tactics for the Rifleman. By PFC Frederick N. Sager .... Battalion Landing Teams in Amphibious Operations. By Lt. Col. Robert E. Cushman, Jr. ..... Oriental Exploration Company. - Ourcapture of Saipan and Tinian was a blow at Japan's great Houses of Mitsui and Mitsubishi, which had large investments in the sugar colonies there. By Sgt. Dan Levin ..... Anzio Analysis. - Marine officers will be interested in this account of the operation at Anzio. After the beachhead was established the Germans rallied but were defeated by massed artillery. By Col. E. M. Edmonson USA ..... This Month's Cover ..... How to Identify and Use Captured Japanese Equipment. - Japanese Model 96 Light Machinegun - Japanese Model 99 Light Machinegun By W. H. B. Smith ..... Observations on Saipan - An account of the landing on Saipan and operations there from the time the LVTs hit the beach until the south end was crossed and the long march begun to the north. By Lt. Col. B. A. Hochmuth ..... Point Secured - From a coral point of land that jutted into the sea at Peleliu, murderous Jap fire imperilled our beachhead. Untouched by naval gunfire or rockets the five pillboxes on the point were taken by infantry. By Capt. George P. Hunt ..... Ammunition Control. - Ammunition for assault troops must always be available. Use of reports assures supplies for an amphibious operation. .By Maj. Walter C. Wells ..... Aviation - Reports and Comments on the Military Uses of Aircraft. By Capt. Jack DeChant ..... Inventions Wanted ..... "Infantillery" on Peleliu. - Operating in an area that was only about two hundred yards square, an entire 155-mm howitzer battalion combined tactics of the Civil War with World War I methods, then served as infantry. By Lt. Col. R. A. Evans ..... Down to Earth About Colonies. - The rising power of the United States makes us increasingly responsible for the kind of order that is kept in colonial areas. A new concept about colonies is arising. By Joseph M. Jones ..... Will There Be Farms for Servicemen? By Ladd Haystead ..... Nudging Robot Bombs Off Their Course ..... Snipers Are Overrated - The Japanese sniper is a difficult problem but it is foolish to attribute superhuman characteristics to him. Sniper trouble can be ended with proper fire discipline and a well organized antisniper detail in the rear area. By Observer ..... Jungle Patrolling. ( Part I ) - In this, the first of two articles on the problems of jungle patrolling, the author emphasizes the importance of adapting oneself to the jungle, and tells how patrols can operate most effectively. By Maj. Guy Richards ..... What's New - Trends of Military Interest By S/Sgt. Ray Moulden ..... Gazette Booklist ..... Books ..... Suggestions for Personnel Classification Under Combat Conditions 2nd Lt. Robert G. Boydstun ..... Merchant Shipping Losses of Allies and Neutrals ..... Problems Encountered in Aviation Administration. By 1st Sgt. Kenneth E. Goldthwaite ..... Some Facts Concerning Japanese Soldiers and Equipment

Marine Corps Gazette 1945 02
Marine Corps Gazette 1945 02
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Marine Corps Gazette 1945 03
Marine Corps Gazette 1945 03
Vol. 29 No. 3 ....... Cover: Suppressing African Slave Trade ....... Articles Inside: Pacific Strategy - Complete victory over Japan means we must reduce the Japanese Empire to its original scope in 1854, when it consisted of the four islands of Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. By Capt. Miles R. Browning, USN ..... Some Facts About Formosa By James R. Young ..... If You Want Close Air Support - Here is an airman's viewpoint of what is necessary to provide close integration between ground troops and those who fly air support missions. By 1st Lieutenant Leo B. Pambrun ..... War Kit in a Coconut by Sgt. O. W. Nelson, Jr. ..... Naval War in the Pacific in 1944 - The tremendous accomplishments of our naval forces in the Pacific during the past year are told in this article, with a chronological record of our offensives. ..... Aerial Warfare by Remote Control - Technical details of jet and rocket propelled bombs whose development is almost certain to have a tremendous influence upon warfare in the future. By PFC. M. H. Crow ..... More Rapid Mortar Fire ..... Tactical Air Photo Interpretation - The success of a campaign often depends in large measure the work done by tactical air photo interpreters working in the field under handicaps. By 1st Lt. Joseph W. Utz ..... How the Japanese Treat Prisoners - Marines in Jap prison camps must endure the worst ordeals of war. By John Cotton ..... Corps Artillery of the Army in Combat ( Part 1 ) - Changing situations call for flexibility in organization. By Col. E. M. Edmonson ..... Marine Rifle Squad in Combat ( Part 1 ) - Fundamental principles for the most effective use of the thirteen-man rifle squad in the fire fight are presented in this article, first of a series on the highly important rifle squad. ..... Special Devices Train Marine Pilots for Combat - Navy and Marine flyers learn the principles of combat aviation with training devices lacking nothing but the element of hazard. ..... Educational Benefits for Veterans - What the government has provided for the education of discharged veterans, and what the veteran should do to secure the education he wants. By Emery R. Walker, Jr. ..... Identifying and Using Japanese Equipment - Three types of Lewis gun being used by the Japs. This is the third article by W. H. B. Smith, Military Arms Consultant of the National Rifle Association, on the subject of enemy equipment. By W. H. B. Smith ..... Aviation - Reports and Comments on the Military Uses of Aircraft By Capt. C. J. Greene, Jr. ..... Corsairs Operating from Carriers ..... What's New - Trends of Military Interest By S/Sgt. Ray Moulden ..... Books For Marines ..... Gazette Booklist

Marine Corps Gazette 1945 04
Marine Corps Gazette 1945 04
Vol. 29 No. 4 ....... Cover: Apprehending Seal Poachers ( 1891 ) Artwork by Corp. John F. Clymer ....... Articles Inside: Attack on Guam. - A graphic account of the First Provisional Marine Brigade's part in the conquest of Guam. In the Brigade's sphere of action, the enemy resisted with fanaticism to the death. By 1st Lt. Millard Kaufman ..... Base Defense Logistics. - Planning for the defense of a captured base must begin as soon as the base is seized. The supply system must function properly or the base itself will be jeopardized. By Lt. Col. C. B. Rogers ..... Outlook for Japan - Japan's initial successes in this war were inevitable. She had been preparing for it for fifty years. As the war continues, however, her weaknesses become more apparent.and her defeat certain. By Murray Harris ..... Handling Enemy Civilians - In the Marianas the feeding and sheltering of enemy civilians presented a great problem. Lessons learned there may prove helpful to us in our future actions. By Lt. Col. Lewis N. Samuelsen ..... A Practical Jungle Formation. - In this article the author describes a formation which was developed to cope with actual jungle conditions. Its value was later proved in combat. By Lt. Col. L. M. Mason ..... Fleet Supply. - Developments in the technique of fleet replenishment add new range to our Navy. By Capt. Miles R. Browning, USN ..... The Commander and His Staff. - Some principles governing the relations of staff officers to their commander. The staff officer is responsible to his own commander alone, in everything. By Lt. Col. John H. Coffman ..... Photo Lab Technique in the Field - What is necessary in the way of equipment and housing to permit the utmost efficiency in the processing of films and prints under tropical conditions. By Colonel Elliott Bard ..... Identifying and Using Japanese Equipment. - The Japanese Type II (1922) Light Machinegun This is the fourth article by W. H. B. Smith, Military Arms Consultant of the National Rifle Association on enemy arms. By W. H. B. Smith ..... The War and After. - A famous author tells why we are fighting and indicates a course for the future. Civilization will be destroyed unless we use the tools of technological and scientific research properly. By James Truslow Adams ..... Marine Rifle Squad in Combat ( Part 2 ) - Conditions that govern the employment of formations and actions by the rifle squad in the offense. The importance of leadership becomes evident, and is often decisive in the offense. ..... Corps Artillery of the Army in Combat ( Part 2 ) - Coordinating intelligence, and the planning of artillery fires. By Col. E. M. Edmonson, USA ..... Marked for Annihilation by Air ..... Amphibious Reconnaissance. _ In a campaign involving amphibious warfare, vital information can be gained by reconnoitering hostile shores. This article describes this work and its development. By 1st Lt. Leo B. Shinn ..... What's New - Trends of Military Interest By S/Sgt. Ray Moulden ..... Books ..... Gazette Bookshop ..... Regulations Governing Souvenirs

Marine Corps Gazette 1945 05
Marine Corps Gazette 1945 05
Vol. 29 No. 5 ....... Cover: The Capture of the Reindeer. ( 1814 ) Artwork by S/Sgt. John F. Clymer ....... Articles Inside: First Six Days on Iwo Jima. - In taking Iwo Jima the Marines had to fight a powerful Japanese garrison which had converted naturally strong terrain into a position that the Japs considered impregnable. By An Observer ..... Artillery on Iwo By S/Sgt. Allen Sommers ..... Tanks on Iwo. By Major John L. Frothingham ..... Air Support on Iwo. By Corp. B. W. von Wettberg ..... The Three Rs of Invasion ..... Jet Propelled Planes. - The advance of science and the demands of military aviation have hastened the development of flight by direct reaction, and have given us planes capable of tremendous speed. By Corp. M. H. Crow ..... Marine Captain Pioneered in JATO Tactical Use ..... Technique of Control in Close Terrain. - How to insure the physical integrity of tactical formations by the intensive training of the individual in stride, compass, and phase lines. By Major Robert M. Simpson ..... Underwater Marines ..... Coordinating Communications at Guam. - How careful planning facilitated the installation, operation, and maintenance of radio, telephone and teletype communications used at Guam. By Lt. Col. A. J. Keller ..... He's Your Wire Man. By 1st Lt. G. A. Barrett ..... Resection With Precision. - A method of determining coordinates by resection, which provides greater accuracy than is possible with standard methods that are now being taught in artillery schools. By Lt. Col. M. L. Curry ..... Most Destructive Lethal Weapon - British "Volcano" Bomb ..... Tribute to Franklin D. Roosevelt ..... To Keep Them Rolling - Some methods of keeping vehicles on the move in spite of adverse conditions frequently encountered in combat operations. The methods, proved in the field, employ simple engineering principles. ..... Corps Artillery of the Army in Combat ( Part 3 ). - The assigning of fire missions, and adjusting of fire by air. By Col. E. M. Edmonson, USA ..... The Marine Rifle Squad in Combat ( Part 3 ) - Even though the defense is assumed only as a temporary measure, care must be taken to insure that the defense will prove capable of stopping an enemy assault. ..... What's New - Trends of Military Interest By S/Sgt. Ray Moulden ..... Gazette Bookshop ..... A Marine Learns Judo By Warrant Officer J. N. Swearingen

Marine Corps Gazette 1945 06
Marine Corps Gazette 1945 06
Vol. 29 No. 6 ....... Cover: The Flag Goes Up on Mt. Suribachi ( 1945 ) Artwork by Cpl. Tom Lovell USMCR ....... Articles Inside: Amphibious Strategy - "Today we are truly writing the naval textbooks of tomorrow," Admiral King declared. This article describes developments in amphibious operations which have revolutionized warfare. By Stefan T. Possony ..... Why Not Copy? - In this article the Military Arms Consultant of the National Rifle Association discusses innovations in foreign arms which we might employ to good advantage in improving our own equipment. By W. H. B. Smith ..... The Battle for Banzai Ridge - Taking this steep, high cliff area on Guam was a difficult operation; holding it against savage Jap counterattacks required bitter hand to hand combat. By 1st Lt. Anthony A. Frances ..... Rehabilitation of Guam - How we are handling the job Of restoring this island's civilian economy while making it into a powerful base. The future of Guam is already becoming apparent. By Major General Henry L. Larsen ..... Marine Aviation Supply - The responsibility of keeping Marine planes and flyers supplied is shared by the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. The author explains how this work is coordinated. By Captain Edward T. Butler ..... Combat Headache. - This article outlines the form to be used in solving one of the most difficult problems in amphibious warfare, the initial supply of assault troops. The author does not endeavor to explain the duties and responsibilities of the Shore Party in this phase of the ship-to-shore movement. By Lt. Colonel L. C. Hudson ..... Corps Artillery of the Army in Combat ( Part 4 ) - Use of the observation battalion, displacement and security. By Col. E. M. Edmonson ..... An Airfield Is Put in Operation - Working under fire and against time, the Second Separate Engineer Battalion built a vitally needed air base on Orote Peninsula which is now harassing Tokyo. By BM2 W. B. Gore ..... Marines Now Using the Bailey Bridge ..... How to Combat Transport Boredom - Time spent on board ships by landing teams can be utilized to accomplish much in last minute planning and rehearsing to increase efficiency. By Major J. A. Donovan, Jr. ..... Using the Tank Platoon in Indirect Fire - An account of a theoretical battle which demonstrates how Army tank have successfully been engaged in infantry support. By Major John T. Monzani, F.A. ..... Booby Traps in Small Business - The homecoming veteran who desires to go into business for himself will stand a better chance if he employs some of the tactics he learned in service. By Captain Albert C. Murphy ..... The Marine Rifle Squad in Combat ( Part 4 ) - Careful preparation is essential to the success of a patrol. In this article, last of a series on the Marine Rifle Squad, operations of a squad as a patrol are described. ..... The Responsibility of the Regular Officer - By imparting his experience and his enthusiasm to newly commissioned officers, the regular officer can perform a great service for the Corps. By Colonel E. E. Larson ..... What's New? - Trends of Military Interest By S/Sgt. Ray Moulden ..... Total Destruction on Wotje Island - Air photo interpretation officers, with an exact knowledge of Wotje and its installations, briefed pilots so well that this base was wrecked. By Captain Ellis F. Trefethen ..... Gazette Bookshop ..... Platoon Commanders' school By Major D. V. McWethy, Jr.

Marine Corps Gazette 1945 07
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Marine Corps Gazette 1945 09
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Marine Corps Gazette 1945 11
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Marine Corps Gazette 1945 12
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