Pride, Progress, and Prospects: The Marine Corps' Efforts to Increase the Presence of African-American Officers (1970-1995) by USMC (Ret.) Colonel Alphonse G. Davis, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Pride, Progress, and Prospects: The Marine Corps' Efforts to Increase the Presence of African-American Officers (1970-1995)

Pride, Progress, and Prospects: The Marine Corps' Efforts to Increase the Presence of African-American Officers (1970-1995)

by USMC (Ret.) Colonel Alphonse G. Davis
     
 

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In today's Marine Corps, African-Americans constitute almost 10 percent of the officer corps. The fact that this was not always the case deserves explanation, as do the Marine Corps' efforts to remedy this deficiency. This monograph presents a straightforward and personalized account of the Corps' efforts during the last three decades to increase the presence of

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In today's Marine Corps, African-Americans constitute almost 10 percent of the officer corps. The fact that this was not always the case deserves explanation, as do the Marine Corps' efforts to remedy this deficiency. This monograph presents a straightforward and personalized account of the Corps' efforts during the last three decades to increase the presence of African-Americans within its officer ranks.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781499780147
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/04/2014
Pages:
68
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.14(d)

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