Carl Forsling is a retire Marine Osprey pilot , businessman and a writer for the website Task & Purpose. He joined the program to talk about his article that won the Marine Corp Gazette’s 2016 Kiser Family Irregular Warfare Essay Contest with his entry entitled: Investing in Marines: Getting the Best Return.
Carl also discusses how a MV-22 Osprey executes a controlled water landing.
The President & CEO of the Marine Corps Association & Foundation joined us to discuss the broad work that both do. From supporting battlefield studies to supplying deploying units with Kindle reading tablets to supporting the Commandants Reading Lists, the Association & Foundation are out there doing it each day as they have done for over 100 years.
Mark discusses the challenges of remaining a strong presence
Founded by General John A. Lejeune in 1913 the Association is the premier support organization for the Marine Corps. If you’re not a member, you can join by clicking here.
The Editor & Publisher of the Marine Corps Gazette joins us to discuss the May edition which is devoted to “Marine Corps Aviation.” Chris shares with us some of the articles featured in this month’s print & online editions.
Major John Kivelin, USMC, joins the program to discuss future battlefields where 7-ton trucks aren’t available due to the abundance of fiber optic weapons in the hands of our enemies. SOLUTION: bicycle born infantry that retains mobility to strike at points the enemy believes are not accessible.
We take a look at the future and innovation that enables maneuver. INTERESTING STUFF.