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CEO Notes

March 2024
The Honorable Carlos Del Toro, Secretary of the Navy, will join us on Wednesday, 13 March, for the next event in our Maritime Security Dialogue series.
A Marine Corps unmanned systems operator on the USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19). Marine detachments equipped with small and medium-sized unmanned systems deployed on board Navy warships could provide an organic aviation and over-the-horizon ISR capability.

Augment the Fleet with Marine Corps UASs

By Captain Walker Mills, U.S. Marine Corps, and Lieutenant Commanders Collin Fox and Dylan Phillips-Levine and Commander Trevor Phillips-Levine, U.S. Navy
March 2024
While every Marine is a rifleman, the high-end fight demands that every rifleman be ready to support the Navy fleet from the air, land, and sea.
Marines with Marine Rotational Force—Darwin fire an M240B medium machine gun during training with Australian forces in August 2023.

U.S. Marine Corps in Review

By Lieutenant Colonel James W. Hammond III, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
March 2024
The year 2023 was one of continuity for the Marine Corps as Force Design 2030 continued to drive the planning for a potential high-end fight in a maritime environment.
An Air Station Kodiak MH-60T Jayhawk flying near  Kodiak. In November, the Coast Guard accepted the first new-manufacture MH-60T hull from Sikorsky. The new hulls will extend the service life for the medium-range recovery helicopter fleet through the 2030s.

U.S. Coast Guard in Review

By Joe DiRenzo III and Commander Blair Sweigart, U.S. Coast Guard
March 2024
In 2023, the Coast Guard saw an uptick in national and international demand, carrying out missions from the Atlantic seafloor to the Indo-Pacific, from the Arctic to Maui.

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