Video: The Future Marine Corps
- Oct 22, 2013
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Following a decade at war and amidst mounting fiscal pressures, the Marine Corps is developing a new force structure designed to address the "new normal" security environment while maximizing scarce resources. The Corps has already designed and deployed new crisis response capabilities in response to existing security gaps, and is making additional adjustments to help enhance its ability to contribute to joint shaping and combat capabilities going forward. Join us for a discussion with Major General Frank McKenzie, USMC Representative to the Quadrennial Defense Review, for a look at how these adjustments relate to broader questions being explored as part of the Quadrennial Defense Review, as well as to the Corps' future priorities.
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