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The students at the Schools in 1933 represented some of the most experienced officers in amphibious operations at that time. He directed that classes be suspended and work begun on writing the manual no later 15 November l933. 4 The student body, after initial meetings and development of an outline, formed sepa- rate comittees dealing with Tactics, Staff Functions, and Training, which were the bulk of the. manual, and smaller groups worked on aviation and naval matters. 5 The manual was used in mineograph form at Marine Corps Schools through the winter of 1934-1935 and was not given outside publication until July 1934 when the Navy Department retitled it Manual for Naval Overseas Operations.
P. 180. 23Clifford, Progress and Purpose, p. 22. , New York: Random House, 1970), vol. 2,p. 594. 26Russell F. , 1973), P. 254. 27Holland H. Smith, Coral and Brass Sons, 1949), p. 57. (New York: Charles Scribner's 29Earl H. Ellis, "Advanced Base Defense During the Present War," (Unpublished and undated report, Headquarters, Marine Corps), p. 1. : Headquarters, Marine Corps, 1921), p. 33. 31ith, Coral and Brass, p. 56. 32Operations Plan 712H, p. 1. 33Ib1d, p. 8. S. Marine Corps, 1921), p. 1. , p.
One such event had an unexpected climax: During an exhibition of stunting, Captain James 1. "48 front of the stands. Despite the frivolity in China, both commitments, China and Nicaragua. were more than enough to drain the Marine Corps of every man who could 19 carry a rifle and amphibious exercises were halted until 1935. In the Interval however, momentous events were occurring In the Corps-events that would be turning points In the history of amphibious warfare. During the 1920's and 1930's, as Marine expeditionary forces were being dispatched to Nicaragua and China, the concept crystallized of assigning a portion of the Marine Corps on a permanent basis to the Naval Fleet primarily to make landings.
After the Battle 15 - Tarawa and Operation Galvanic by Winston G. Ramsey