Financial management in the Marine Corps: an evaluation
Wilcox, Edward Arthur
Johnson, A. Rex
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A new assignment or mission for any Marine has traditionally been a source of challenge. Since 1776, such opportunities have provided a medium for greater service to both his country and his corps. Therefore, naturally and almost inevitably, this was the mental response of our group of four Marine officers when the first term project for the Research Seminar in Comptrollership was assigned. Military breeding and esprit dictated that our efforts, regardless of ultimate value, must be directed toward an objective that might prove beneficial, in some small measure, to our corps instead of merely attempting mechanically to satisfy an imposed academic requirement.