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Provisional unit equipping differs from the traditional way the Marine Corps equips forces, which places a burden on the logistics enterprise. The totality of the problem demands a multipronged approach as the best course of action.

Author: Joslyn Fleming

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ISBN: 1977402135

Category: History

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Provisional unit equipping differs from the traditional way the Marine Corps equips forces, which places a burden on the logistics enterprise. The totality of the problem demands a multipronged approach as the best course of action.
2021-05-15 By Joslyn Fleming

The United States Marine Corps (USMC) has implemented proactive measures to respond to global events and crises that have outsized strategic and geopolitical impacts.

Author: Joslyn Fleming

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ISBN: OCLC:1244817327

Category: Logistics

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The United States Marine Corps (USMC) has implemented proactive measures to respond to global events and crises that have outsized strategic and geopolitical impacts. One such measure is deploying task-organized units, also referred to as provisional units, to respond to an increase in combatant commander demands for forces. Like regular units, these provisional units are manned, trained, and equipped to conduct a myriad of missions across the range of military operations. However, their temporary nature and provisional missions are at odds with the way that the Marine Corps normally deploys units. Furthermore, there is little infrastructure and a lack of specific policy to validate and manage resources being used by these units. In documenting the extent of the equipping issues that provisional units face, the authors found that equipping challenges stem from a large number of small problems that collectively cause negative impacts. Since no single course of action can significantly improve provisional unit equipping, the problem demands a multipronged, hybrid approach that capitalizes on the strengths of several different equipping strategies. The authors' recommendations to mitigate provisional equipment challenges are informed by three imperatives: balance provisional unit equipping with overall readiness; minimize disruption to current Marine Corps practices; and accommodate provisional unit equipping needs while keeping policies and practices flexible enough to accommodate future needs.
2021 By Joslyn Fleming

Even as we focus on restoration of our near - term capabilities following operations in Southwest Asia , we must set a steady and reasonable course to equip a 21st Century Marine Corps . In so doing we must consider likely changes in ...

Author: United States. Congress House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Department of Defense

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ISBN: UCAL:B4682425

Category: United States

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Even as we focus on restoration of our near - term capabilities following operations in Southwest Asia , we must set a steady and reasonable course to equip a 21st Century Marine Corps . In so doing we must consider likely changes in ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Department of Defense

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ISBN: LOC:0018582732A

Category: United States

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Thanks to the vision and support of the Congress in creating and funding the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory ( MCWL ) , we have a good idea of the technologies needed to " equip " the 21st Century Marine and maintain his advantage .

Author: United States

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ISBN: PSU:000043077533

Category: United States

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1999 By United States

We must continue our commitment to " equip the man ” vice " man the equipment . ... In the 21st Century , our individual Marines will increasingly operate with sophisticated technology and will be required to make tactical and moral ...

Author: United States

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ISBN: PSU:000043019472

Category: United States

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1999 By United States

Supported by Army Values , the Warrior Ethos and the experiences obtained through training and combat , Army leaders at all levels continue to hone the skills required to win in the complex environment of the 21st century . Equipping ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services

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ISBN: PSU:000058163559

Category: Government publications

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21st century challenges confronting our Nation and its Marine Corps , aiming to build on our historic role as the Nation's ... Resetting the Marine Corps for the future after nearly a decade at war is my number one equipping priority .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Defense

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ISBN: MINN:31951D03573679K

Category: United States

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Equipping the Marine Corps for the 21st Century, 1975–1990 Nathan R. Packard “...we are in the best condition we have ever been in. When you compare the Corps of the mid-to-late 70's with the Corps of today, it is similar to comparing ...

Author: Gerrit Dworok

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786497171

Category: History

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Throughout human history, technological innovation has functioned as a driver of civilization and inspired many people's belief in progress. When it comes to warfare, where technology is applied with a cruel and deadly logic, a nuanced view is needed. From siege engines to drones, innovation has often served a less enlightened aim: elimination of the enemy. This collection of new essays from specialists in military history examines the interdependence between war and technology from a number of regional perspectives.
2015-11-19 By Gerrit Dworok

The force structure review addressed 21st century challenges confronting our Nation and its Marine Corps , aiming to build ... Resetting the Marine Corps for the future after nearly a decade at war is my number one equipping priority .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services

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ISBN: IND:30000144592999

Category: Military research

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