Journal of Advanced Military Studies
vol. 12, no. 2
In 2017, then-Commandant Robert B. Neller reported to the U.S. Congress that the Marine Corps was not prepared for the demands of the future operating environment. This report on the posture of the Corps was meant to defend its 2018 budget request, but it would serve as the platform for future planning guidance to the rest of the Service. More than five years later, Commandant David H. Berger concurs with the 37th Commandant that the Marine Corps has significant challenges ahead if the Service wishes to be prepared for the battles being brought to our shores by near-peer competitors. This issue of JAMS focuses on wargaming and the future of the Marine Corps and the U.S. military. The authors of the articles that follow approached the conversation from a broad scholarly spectrum that offers historical and forward-thinking perspectives.
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