TITLE

CLOSING THE GAP IN NATIONAL DEFENSE

AUTHOR(S)
Hagood, Johnson
PUB. DATE
September 1934
SOURCE
Saturday Evening Post;9/8/1934, Vol. 207 Issue 10, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents views and insights of Major General Johnson Hagood, commander of the 3rd Field Army, on the importance of closing the gap between mobilization and forming the army in the U.S. Assessment of the ill-preparedness of the U.S. armed forces for mobilization during World War I; Insights on training soldiers for war; Views on the roles and responsibilities of a soldier; Terms and provisions of the National Defense Act; Suggestions of the author for the better training of soldiers.
ACCESSION #
18170855

 

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