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Marines are finally about to receive their first new amphibious vehicle since Vietnam
The Marine Corps plans on fielding its first batch of Amphibious Combat Vehicles to grunts starting in October, the service announced on Monday
How China is expanding its amphibious forces to challenge the US well beyond Asia
China's shipyards have launched the PLA Navy's first two Type 075 amphibious assault ships, which will form the spearhead of an expeditionary force to play a role similar to that...
The Navy and Marine Corps are on the hunt for a new light amphibious warship
Details have emerged about a new class of amphibious warships that Navy and Marine Corps leaders say will be essential to competing with near-peer adversaries at sea.
China’s Military Buildup
China has rapidly increased its research and development in technology in recent years.
Why the most important use of robotic warships has nothing to do with surface warfare, according to a former Navy officer
The U.S. Navy should consider using robot surface vessels to shuttle supplies from ship to shore in the aftermath of an amphibious assault by U.S. Marines, a retired Navy officer...
The Marine Corps Wants Some Extra Firepower On Its Next Amphibious Combat Vehicle
The Marine Corps is looking for a few good amphibious combat vehicles ahead of the next big war.
Russia Wants The Same Amphibious Capability As The US Marine Corps
In 2014, Russia was on its way to filling a major capacity gap that emerged during the 2008 Russo-Georgia conflict; … Continued
How ‘Edge Of Tomorrow’ captures the terrible future of real-world amphibious assaults
If the opening sequence of "Saving Private Ryan" captured the carnage of the most successful large-scale amphibious assault in history, it's 2014 military science fiction yarn "Edge Of Tomorrow" that...
How Marines Are Rethinking The Art Of The Amphibious Assault For The Next Big War
Storming a beach under a hail of gunfire has never been easy for the Marine Corps. But with rapid advances … Continued
AAV Fire Injures 15 Marines In Camp Pendleton Training Exercise
A morning exercise for a 1st Marine Division Amphibious Assault Vehicle crew turned frightening Tuesday morning when their craft burst … Continued
Here Are All The High-Tech Goodies On The Marine Corps’ Wish List
Testifying before the Senate Armed Service Committee yesterday, Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh painted an alarming picture of the most versatile … Continued
The Marines Are Eyeing A Badass Speedboat That Transforms Into A Spy Sub
There’s nothing more fearsome than the sight of battle-hardened Marines storming an enemy beach, but even the service’s tried-and-true ship-to-shore … Continued