By Lance Bacon

The developments will strengthen sea-basing capabilities, which sit at the heart of Expeditionary Force 21 — the Corps’ 10-year plan for dispersed operations. Sea basing, in turn, enables the necessary shift toward smaller, more distributed amphibious operations, said Bryan Clark, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments who previously served as special assistant to the chief of naval operations and director of his Commander’s Action Group…

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