Officer behavior/etiquette, 1930's until WW2

Discussion in 'History' started by ch47, Nov 29, 2014.

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  1. For naval officer cadets/trainees, was there a specific "Officer and Gentleman" set of standards that was part of the training? In other words, what was considered acceptable/unacceptable behavior, especially in that era? Was there a "we consider ourselves gentlemen, so we have this code of behavior and we expect you[cadets] to live according to it" sensibility?

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