Still Doing the Impossible

Peck, Fred
November 2002
Sea Power;Nov2002, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p36
Focuses on the operations of the U.S. Marine Corps. Use of maneuver warfare in Afghanistan in 2001; Acquisitions of the Marine forces to enhance their operational capabilities; Ship-to-objective maneuvers carried out by squadrons of the Marine Corps; Role of air support in Marine Corps operations.


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