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Management control of research and development in the United States Marine Corps

Douglas G. Murphy

Management control of research and development in the United States Marine Corps

by Douglas G. Murphy

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Published by George Washington University .
Written in English

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Management control of research and development in the United States Marine Corps by Douglas G. Murphy Download PDF EPUB FB2

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