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General David H. Berger, Commandant, United States Marine Corps


March 23, 2021


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11:00 am



12:30 pm

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A conversation with General David H. Berger, Commandant, United States Marine Corps about the future of the Marine Corps in a period of renewed great-power competition.

In March 2020, General Berger released the “Force Design 2030” report, detailing why the Marine Corps needs to change and the comprehensive reforms it is undertaking to its force structure, equipment, and doctrine in order to compete and win in the rapidly evolving strategic security environment ushered in by the return of Great Power Competition.

Cost: $

Organizer:
Jennifer Giglio

JGiglio@bens.org

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