No More Army Adviser Brigades or Amphib Ships? This Proposed Report Could Radically Change How the Services Fight by Todd South – Military Times
A Senate committee is asking for a report that could radically alter the “roles and missions” of the services – especially the Army and Marine Corps.
Senate bill 2987 calls for the services to put together this report by February. However, the bill is still in draft form and would require House agreement to become law.
The proposal for the report suggests the Marine Corps could take over all counterinsurgency missions from the Army, thereby eliminating the newly established and deployed Security Force Assistance Brigades.
The bill’s authors instead want the Army to beef up its presence in the “great power competition” against Russia and China by increasing the size and strength of its vehicle fleet. The service would also use more drones and fewer manned aircraft to support ground units in the multi-domain fight…
Thu, 06/14/2018 – 12:29am
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