In 2020 the Marine Corps laid out the preliminary pressure design plan for the Corps’ subsequent decade.
The smaller, tankless, extra cellular pressure specified by spring 2020 remains to be lacking a couple of particulars the Corps hopes to work out over the following few years, throughout “phase three” of the pressure design.
The three-year experimental section will see Marines heading to the sector extra, spending extra time working with the Navy, and having Marines experiment extra with nonscripted coaching occasions in opposition to equal or superiorly outfitted opponents.
“No longer will our Marines be the only ones with UAS, advanced communications or air support during the exercises,” 1st Lt. Cameron Edinburgh, a spokesman for the first Marine Division, stated in regards to the unit’s coaching in 2021.
“The adversary force will have those capabilities and, more importantly, will be able to take our capabilities away,” he added.
Marines additionally ought to anticipate extra cross-training with the Navy.
“One notable change in FY21 is likely to be a reorientation on integrated training opportunities with the Navy,” 1st Lt. Dan Linfante stated of the 2nd Marine Division’s plans in 2021.
“As Division units experiment with Force Design concepts, there will inevitably be a need to increase integration with the Navy,” Linfante added.
Though the third Marine Division declined to debate particular future coaching workouts, Maj. Kurt Stahl, a unit spokesman, stated the division will enhance its coaching with allied forces and the Navy because the Marine Corps shifts its focus towards China.
This is an excerpt from “21 Things Marines Need To Know For 2021,” within the January print version of Marine Corps Times.