Adapting to Overcome: How and Why the Marine Corps is Adapting to the Future of Conflict

As the United States Marine Corps seeks to maintain its role as the nation’s expeditionary force-in-readiness, it is undertaking a multi-year transition toward a leaner, more technologically-advanced fighting force. To accomplish this transition, the USMC is investing in training and innovative capabilities that will better prepare Marines for future threats.

Download this GBC Insights Brief to learn more about:

  • Why the Marine Corps must evolve
  • How the Marine Corps is evolving is changing to adapt and overcome the challenges of future conflict
  • What innovations the Marine Corps is investing in
  • How cyber operations and electronic warfare are shaping the future of the Marine Corps
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