Latest "U.S. Marine Corps" stories
White House asks for $11 billion more for Navy, Marine Corps spending
Documents published by OMB offer an early look at the services' budget requests ahead of the Pentagon's rollout next week.
Congress must restore order to the Navy’s amphibious ship program
If the relocated Marines are no longer in position to engage enemy ships or missiles, they become irrelevant.
By Maj. Gen. Christopher Owens (ret.)
Marine regiment shows off capabilities at RIMPAC ahead of fall experimentation blitz
The new 3rd Marine Littoral Regiment got to show off the basics of how it will operate with partners at RIMPAC. Now comes a major experimentation push ahead of a fall 2023 deadline to become operational.
Send in the Marines? Reconsider Force Design 2030 beforehand
Force Design 2030 is a flawed operational concept in that it is narrowly focuses on fighting a specific type of engagement in a specific region, but more importantly in that it changes the very reason the Marine Corps has existed for over 246 years.
By Col. Gary “GI” Wilson (ret.), Lt. Col. William A. Woods (ret.) and Col. Michael D. Wyly (ret.)