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How the U.S. Marines Plan to Fight (And Win) the Next Big War

In an era of great power conflict, U.S. amphibious warfare forces are the Nation’s first line of defense. But many senior military leaders, including the new Commandant of the Marine Corps, General David Berger, believe that large-scale, multi-brigade opposed landing operations of the kind conducted in the last century are no longer possible due to [...]

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16 Camp Pendleton Marines arrested by NCIS for alleged human smuggling and drug offenses

The two Marines are both riflemen assigned to 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, at Camp Pendleton, California. Article source: https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/your-marine-corps/2019/07/25/16-camp-pendleton-marines-arrested-by-ncis-during-battalion-formation-for-alleged-human-smuggling-and-drug-offenses/

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US Marines ‘likely’ to enter Venezuela, but will have trouble ‘getting out,’ Venezuelan socialist party official says

“We are few, a small country, we are very humble, and here it is likely that the U.S. Marines enter. It is likely that they enter,” Cabello said, according to Reuters. “Their problem will be getting out of Venezuela.” Article source: https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/your-marine-corps/2019/07/29/venezuelan-socialist-party-official-says-us-marines-likely-to-enter-but-will-have-trouble-getting-out/

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US Military Studies Extremely Fit Women

No media source currently available Pop-out player Nearly four years ago, the United States military announced it was opening all combat jobs to women. Since then, more than 30 women have passed difficult training programs with the Army Rangers and the Marines. Their numbers are small. But their completion of some of the military’s most [...]

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Experts: The U.S. Military Is an ‘Antiques Roadshow’

The U.S. military possesses way too much old, heavy weaponry that would be next to useless in a war with Russia or China, according to two experts at influential Washington, D.C. think tanks. Two of those antiquated weapons were on display in the U.S. capital for Pres. Donald Trump’s controversial, and heavily militarized, July 4 [...]

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Australia says U.S. plans to build military infrastructure

SYDNEY (Reuters) – The United States is planning to build additional military infrastructure in Australia once Congress gives approval to the U.S. Navy for $211.5 million, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne said on Tuesday. The plans for a bigger U.S. footprint in Australia come at a time when the Western allies have become increasingly concerned [...]

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Why No Enemy Would Dare Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier

Circumstances obviously matter for an attack on a U.S. aircraft carrier. An out-of-the-blue attack from a conventionally armed state actor would enjoy the highest levels of success, but would also have an impact on elite and public opinion in the United States that might drive calls for dire retribution.  Since the 1950s, the supercarrier has [...]

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China’s Giant Spy Drone Just Tailed a U.S. Navy Cruiser

China reportedly activated one of its Soar Dragon large spy drones to keep tabs on a U.S. Navy cruiser that sailed through the Taiwan Strait in late July 2019. The Ticonderoga-class cruiser USS Antietam transited the Taiwan Strait on July 24, 2019 as a show of force. In addition to the Soar Eagle, Beijing sortied [...]

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Navy names new salvage and rescue ship in honor of Native American tribe

Video Fox News Flash top headlines for July 29 Fox News Flash top headlines for July 29 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com The Navy’s newest towing, salvage and rescue ship will be named to honor the history and service of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan. The salvage and rescue ship (T-ATS [...]

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Two U.S. troops shot dead by Afghan soldier at southern army base

Pamela Constable July 30 at 2:50 AM KABUL — Two U.S. service members were shot dead and a third was wounded Monday in a rare “insider” attack when an Afghan soldier opened fire on a group of Americans at a military base in a conflict-torn region of southern Kandahar province, Afghan defense and police officials [...]

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