The following is a March 25, 2014 letter addressed to members of Congress signed by 20 retired Marine generals advocating for more amphibious warships calling the current Navy funding for the ships “inadequate” to meet U.S. strategic goals. Read More
This past May, the George Washington University Naval ROTC class of 2013 took the oath of commissioning in front of the historic Marine Corps Memorial.
It was a humid day in Arlington, Va., as the midmorning sun rose over the Iwo Jima statue, reflecting off the graduates’ brass on their new choker whites. Hundreds of proud parents and friends were in the audience, taking photographs and cheering when their ensign or second lieutenant received their commission. Read More
The following is from the Department of Defense’s Aug. 7, 2013 Command and Control forJoint Maritime Operations:
Maritime power, in the broadest sense, is military, diplomatic, and economic power or influence exerted through the ability to use the sea. Read More