Marine Corps Seeks ‘Information Command’ in Force Design 2030 Update

DefenseNews Marine Corps Seeks Info Command In Force Design Update

The U.S. Marine Corps commandant wants to forge a new command focused on information operations and improved coordination.

The creation of the Marine Corps Information Command, or MCIC, was included in a May 9 update to Force Design 2030, Gen. David Berger’s plans, criticized by some for being out of touch, to optimize the Corps and counter contemporary threats.

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