January 2013

Marine Forces Africa

A SPMAGTF is a key element for securing strategic access and partnership with African nations
Volume 97, Issue 1

The growing trend of committed, violent transnational extremists is a significant factor contributing to global instability, and irregular warfare will continue to be these extremists’ method of choice throughout the foreseeable future.1 In deterring and addressing the asymmetric threats to our national security and U.S. foreign policy, Marine Corps Vision and Strategy 2025 calls for the expansion of a persistent forward presence and engagement, to include the global deployment of tailored, contingency-capable MAGTFs.

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