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Seapower’s annual Marine Corps issue will look at current operations,
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■ Return to Roots: Amphibious ops and the “Pacific pivot.”
■ Disaggregated Ops: Refining operational concepts.
■ Cyber Warriors: Marines train on new “cyber range.”
■ Women in the Corps: Opening ground combat roles.
■ A Decade to Go: Sustaining the AV-8B Harrier II until 2025.
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