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A Preface to “A Better Way Forward” and Its Authors

Continued debate of the future of the Corps by Chowder II The Marine Corps has always adapted to meet the challenges of a changing security...

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Not Yet Openly at War, But Still Mostly at Peace

Exploit the opportunity to become the 21st-century force that our Nation needs1 by LtCol Scott Cuomo, Capt Olivia Garard, Maj Jeff Cummings, & LtCol Noah...

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A Force-in-Readiness, or in Stasis?

Five questions about FD 2030 by Bing West >Mr. West is a former Assistant Secretary of Defense and combat Marine. He has written ten books...

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Still First to Fight?

Shaping the 21st-century Marine Corps by LtCol Frank G. Hoffman, USMCR (Ret) >Dr. Hoffman retired from the Marine Corps Reserve in 2001. He is a...

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Robo-Call (For Fire)

Overcoming PRC A2/AD degradation of naval air support through lethal autonomous weapons by Capt W. Stone Holden 2022 LtGen Bernard E. Trainor Military Writing Award...

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Assured C2

Pivoting the 06xx community by LtCol Arun Shankar 2022 LtGen Bernard E. Trainor Military Writing Award Winner: Honorable Mention >LtCol Shankar is a CMC Fellow...

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A Message from the Commandant of the Marine Corps

10 November 2022 A MESSAGE FROM THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS 70 years ago, Army Major General Frank E. Lowe was quoted as saying,...

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Responsibility and Fault

The weight of leadership by LtCol Brian J. Wilson LtCol Wilson is an Infantry Officer with combat tours in both Afghanistan and Iraq. He is...

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Slapping the King

The case for humble leadership by Maj Dilan M. Swift Maj Swift is an Infantry Officer, with the 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. He ended his...

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Be Curious

Enhancing leadership through curiosity by Maj Andrew D. Messenger Maj Messenger is an Air Command and Control Officer currently serving as the Direct Air Support...

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Introducing the Dreikampf

by Marinus             Warfighting steals a page from Clausewitz’s On War by proposing the Zweikampf, or “two-struggle,” as the essential, universal definition of war.1 It...

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What Marines Believe About War and Warfare

by Two Maneuverists Marines have fought many of the Nation’s most difficult battles over nearly two-and-a-half centuries and reflected on those experiences afterward. Marines have also...

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