Berger: 'Big muscle movements' to fund new Fleet Marine Force organization begin in FY-22

By Jason Sherman  
December 10, 2019 at 5:00 AM
SIMI VALLEY, CA -- The Marine Corps plans to commence early next year a major realignment of its investment accounts, building a new five-year budget plan that sheds select weapons acquired during land operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and invests in capabilities optimized for expeditionary fights against technologically sophisticated adversaries such as China and Russia. On Dec. 7, Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger told reporters attending the Reagan National Defense Forum here the service is in the final stages...

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