On The Corps HC

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On the Corps: USMC Wisdom from the Pages of Leatherneck, Marines Corps Gazette, and Proceedings
Lt. Col. Charles P. Neimeyer USMC (Ret.)
280 pages

The purpose of this anthology is to serve as a ready resource of material that defines the Marine Corps as an institution and to capture the essence of what it means to be a Marine. Compiled from articles published in the Marine Corps Gazette, Leatherneck, and Proceedings, the collection is divided into four parts. The first section focuses on being a Marine; the second on the Corps' training, roles, and missions; the third on leadership and command; and the fourth on the Corps' view of warfare--how it has changed and how it is likely to be conducted in the future.

Click here to join Charles Neimeyer, PhD, as he discusses the history of the US Marine Corps and its ties to this defining battle. 

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  • 4
    Interesting over view of the Corps from the 1890s t0 the 21st century

    Posted by Edward Hanemann on Oct 22nd 2020

    The Corps has survived not only foreign wars but attacks from the US NAVY & Army.