Pivotal Changes

March 2005
Sea Power;Mar2005, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p34
Interviews General Michael W. Hagee, commandant of the Marine Corps., regarding the plan of the Marines to bolster its force, foster its intelligence sharing and improves the reach of its aviation units. Insights of Hagee on the impact of the budget cuts on the operational capability of the Marines; Comments on the adequacy of the training to handle and increase in the manpower in the military ranks; Future prospects of the Marines.


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