Talent ManagementHarvest the high hanging fruit
by LtCol Kevin Chunn
The Marine Corps needs to commit to identifying the best and most qualified candidates at the intersection of first-term reenlistment.
Yes, it is time to reconsider our basic doctrine.
In the second half of the 1970s, mechanization enthusiasts writing articles for the Marine Corps Gazette tended to advocate both the acquisition of additional armored fighting vehicles and the adoption of German-style methods of leading units equipped with such machines.