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Marines and Sailors from the USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19), assigned to the Bataan Amphibious Ready Group (ARG), and the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable)’S (MEU(SOC)) Bravo Command Element arrived in Plymouth, U.K. for a regularly scheduled port visit, July 28.
During the visit, Sailors and Marines will have a chance to experience the rich culture of the area through morale welfare and recreation tours to popular cultural and historical landmarks around the city. This port visit marks the first stop for the USS Mesa Verde while deployed in the U.S. Naval Forces Europe (NAVEUR) area of operations.
The U.S. Marine Corps and the Netherlands Marine Corps have a long-standing relationship dating back to 1943 and have exchanged officers to share knowledge and strengthen relationships between nations. Most recently, the commanding general of 2d Marine Division recognized it’s 22nd Netherlands exchange officer, Capt. Fabian Schra.
II Marine Expeditionary Force has certified the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit as a Special Operations Capable Marine Air-Ground Task Force.
The designation of MEU(SOC) is a first for the Marine Corps in more than a decade. The designation continues to demonstrate the Marine Corps’ ability to integrate with the Joint Force in support of daily campaigning, crisis response, and integrated deterrence missions.
Colonel Ryan M. Hoyle relinquished command of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit to Colonel Todd E. Mahar during the change of command ceremony at Marston Pavilion on June 26.
The Force Design Annual Update 2023 outlines the Marine Corps’ continued modernization and provides a framework for priorities moving forward. With further experimentation and wargaming with concepts such as The Tentative Manual for Expeditionary Advanced Based Operations, A Concept for Stand-In Forces, the guiding documents Training and Educations 2030, the updated Talent Management 2030 and Installations and Logistics 2030, the Marine Corps is already implementing elements of Force Design and our Marines now use many of the capabilities it describes. We know that if we are to stay ahead of our peer competitors, we need to accelerate our modernization.
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