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Although recent conflicts haven’t required the Marines Corps’ storied amphibious capability. It remains an important asset. Dan Goure, vice president of the Lexington Institute, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss whether the Navy is buying enough amphibious ships to fully support the Marine Corps.
Welcome to the #FedFeed, a daily collection of federal ephemera gathered from social media and presented for your enjoyment.
Social media has become a useful tool for federal agencies to show off the work they do every day.
Marine Corps graduates of the USMC Command and Staff college have a new opportunity for continuing education. That’s thanks to a partnership between the Corps and the American University. James Goldgeier, dean of AU’s School of International Service, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin distance learning classes will give officers the chance to get new perspectives on modern warfare.
Even before the blended retirement plan goes into effect, the Pentagon is monkeying with it, and that’s got the ire of retired officers.
Joining the military means you’re prepared to put skin in the game, as the saying goes. More and more, that skin is adorned with ink.
Navy Secretary says the maritime services haven’t devoted much attention to nuclear as a shore-side “alternative” energy option thus far, but it’s time to start.
The Navy is considering multisourcing its next NGEN contract.
In a step that may go some way toward reducing some of the red tape between the Defense Department and cloud computing vendors, the Department of the Navy (DoN) said last week that the Navy and Marine Corps can sign off on their own business cases for migrating to commercial cloud vendors without seeking higher-level approval.