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By Lieutenant Colonel Norman C. Davis, U.S. Marine Corps
New operational concepts have blurred the line between land and sea, to allow amphibious assault forces to maintain tempo. This makes traditional command relationships that divide the landing force and the amphibious task force outdated.
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