The fulfillment of every naval officer’s career is to command in time of war. Fortunately for mankind wars are so few that only a small percentage of officers ever attain such a position. Yet it must always be the goal toward which we wend our tortuous way. It should, therefore, be the aim of officers to fit themselves for command in war, however remote the possibility of exercising any such command may be.
A Game for All Hands
By Lieutenant (J.G.) Chester C. Wood, U. S. Navy