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New joint Maritime Strategy issued by Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard

New joint Maritime Strategy issued by Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard

The United States is a maritime nation. Our security and prosperity depend on the seas.

The Naval Service—forward deployed and capable of both rapid response and sustained operations globally—remains America’s most persistent and versatile instrument of military influence.

Integrated All-Domain Naval Power, leveraging the complementary authorities and capabilities of the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, advances the prosperity, security, and promise of a free and open, rules-based order.

Advantage at Sea, a maritime strategy issued jointly by the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Coast Guard, acknowledges the open ambitions of China and Russia, their attempts to re-shape the maritime commercial and military environments, and overt challenges to the maritime interests of the United States, as well as other potential adversaries. This tri-service strategy, "provides strategic guidance on how the sea services will prevail in day-to-day competition, crisis, and conflict over the next decade. It also directs the services to deepen tri-service integration, aggressively pursue force modernization, and continue robust cooperation with allies and partners." (p. 1.)

A copy of Advantage at Sea is available in SLAMR's S&T Documents library.

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