Marine Corps/DoD News

Asymmetric Warriors: Maximizing the use of the Marine Corps Reserve

Sunday, February 14, 2016 / Marine Corps/DoD News

A symmetric threats are multidimensional and include “military operations [that involve] the application of dissimilar strategies, tactics, capabilities, and methods to circumvent or negate an opponent’s strengths while exploiting his weaknesses.”1 Today, these asymmetric threats increasingly threaten U.S. security and interests and include transnational crime, terrorism, and the destabilization of sovereign, friendly nations by internal as well as external forces. Further, these asymmetric approaches seek a psychological impact that affects an opponent’s advantage and/or freedom of movement and are applied at all levels of warfare. ARTICLE CLICK HERE


2015 CONGRESSIONAL RECEPTION

2015 CONGRESSIONAL RECEPTION
Sunday, December 20, 2015 / Marine Corps/DoD News

On 18 November the MCRA presented Rep. John Kline (MN-2) with the Maj. Frank Tejeda Congressional Leadership Award.  The MCRA was privileged to have the CG, Marine Forces Reserve, LtGen Rex McMillian, present the award.


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