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NROTC Field Training Manual - Officer Candidates School - (NAVEDTRA 37302K) By U.S. Marine Corps
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The Field Training Manual has been prepared to serve as a guide for Marine Option Midshipmen and MECEP students who will participate in Officer Candidates School. TABLE OF CONTENTS - 1. Marine Corps... More > Combat Development Command, Quantico, Virginia 2. Mission of the Officer Candidates School 3. Reporting/Outposting Information CHAPTER II - 1. Training Organization 2. Leadership Billets 3. Quarters 4. Messing 5. Pay 6. Club Facilities 7. Daily Routine CHAPTER III - 1. Training Period 2. Scope of Training 3. Evaluation 4. Physical Examinations CHAPTER IV - 1. Discipline and Conduct 2. Leadership Traits 3. Leadership Principles 4. Leadership Reports 5. Final Aptitude Reports CHAPTER V - 1. Mail 2. Visitors 3. Religious Services 4. Arms and Ammunition 5. Athletics and Recreation 6. Facilities of MCCDC 7. Liberty/Leave< Less
Marine Officer: Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Selection Handbook By U.S. Marine Corps
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This document was written to provide a personal overview of each Marine Officer Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). Its primary purpose is to give Marine lieutenants an overview of officer’s... More > MOSs to assist them in deciding their preferences for MOS selection at The Basic School (TBS). The committee members were all Amphibious Warfare Students (AWC-00), Marine captains, with one or two tours experience, and five to eight years in service. Please note: much of the information in this handbook must be taken “with a grain of salt”. Although the facts have been checked for accuracy, much of the information contained herein is opinion formed from these officers’ personal experiences.< Less
German Tactical Doctrine (FMFRP 12-11) By Department of the Navy, U.S. Marine Corps
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Fleet Marine Force Reference Publication (FMFRP) 12-11, German Tactical Doctrine, is published to ensure the retention and dissemination of useful information which is not intended to become doctrine... More > or to be published in Fleet Marine Force manuals. FMFRPs in the 12 Series are a special category; reprints of historical works which are not available elsewhere. This reference publication came about as the result of reports from American officers who attended the German General Staff School from 1935-1939. It describes the doctrinal similarities and differences which enabled the German Armies to achieve success in the early years of World War II, and gives the reader a view of German training and planning.< Less