TITLE

MARINES ADAPT the LONG WAR CONCEPT

AUTHOR(S)
Zeman, Phillip M.
PUB. DATE
February 2009
SOURCE
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Feb2009, Vol. 135 Issue 2, p54
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the Long War Concept, a document designed to help U.S. Marine Corps and Army to adapt the global environment and conflicts of their missions. It outlines the development of the Security Cooperation Marine Air Ground Task Force (SCMAGTF) and the Marine Corps Training and Advising Group (MCTAG), as well as their duties in accordance with the request of the combatant commanders. It points out that the document reemphasizes the traditional rapport between military services.
ACCESSION #
36526814

 

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