Hilburn, Matt
September 2007
Sea Power;Sep2007, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p24
The article focuses on the strategies employed by the U.S. Marine Corps to increase its training and education facilities as part of its five-year expansion plan. It relates that the Corps' Training and Education Command has already solicited feedbacks from different detachments and schools about the needed resources. Moreover, an overview is provided on the training programs that new and tenured marines undergo in the course of the military career.


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