By Terry McKnight, Proceedings Magazine: “U.S. Navy and Marine Corps forces are in higher demand than ever in the joint warfare fighting environment. Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development & Acquisition James F. Geurts has clearly stated: “Expeditionary Warfare will be key to success in future battles, but in order to ensure overmatch, the U.S. military must increase its ability to quickly adapt to new threats.””
From AUSA: "“Logistics demand must be reduced, and research, development, technology and engineering funding must be increased,” the report says. “To enable resiliency and complicate an adversary’s targeting, it is imperative that logistics concepts of operations be revised to align with anticipated future joint operating concepts.”"
(Defense News) After spending the better part of the past two decades supporting small wars in the desert, the Navy is starting to bring the SEALs back into the fold as it faces threats from major powers such as China and Russia.