The conclusion brings the narrative to an end by discussing why the experience of the US Marine Corps in the small wars era matters and how that experience can be applied to the employment of aviation (more broadly, air power) in small wars today and in the future. The conclusion revisits the concept of small wars and then examines the lessons learned by the marines from 1915 to 1934.
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