US Marine Corps commandant General David Berger is overseeing sweeping changes to the way the marines will operate in what the General called a "rapidly changing strategic environment".


This article by Brendan Nicholson, writing for ASPI, makes the following points:
  • Berger is overseeing sweeping changes to the marines under the US' Force Design 2030' program to prepare the corps for a rapidly changing strategic environment.
  • The marines have had to change and adapt to ensure they stay ahead of changes happening around the world.
  • Berger said that 'agility' was the key to facing an enemy intent on expanding and disrupting the region's security framework.
  • Berger described the sharing of information and intelligence between the US and Australia as the gold standard.


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Source: Strategist (ASPI)