“We have to provide the Marines what they need to operate in that environment," Commandant of the Marine Corps David Berger said of the need for light amphibious warships. "And if that [means] less Marines, I’m willing to do that. I don’t want to do that."
Collectively, our world should have done better in dealing with COVID-19. From poorly coordinated early warnings and pandemic measures to disrupted global supply chains, unequal vaccine distribution and ineffectiveness against misinformation, the list goes on.
Several U.S. defense leaders said they are worried that any confrontation with China over Taiwan would lead to a wave of significant cyberattacks against U.S. critical infrastructure that could disrupt day-to-day life.
Cyber Marines have already been integrated into Marine Corps training and operations, but the commandant's plans for future operations could place a new importance on what these Marines bring to the fight.
For the second annual event in its "campaign of learning," the Army brought in technologies and operators from the other services to test their ability to implement Joint All-Domain Command and Control.