Russia's Western Military District - 01 oct


There are a growing number of amphibious assault ship operators around the world, especially across Asia Pacific. This webinar looks at four emerging programmes in the Asia-Pacific region that are expected to significantly alter naval doctrines and change the way navies operate and conduct humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations in the region. Over in the United States, meanwhile, the marine corps is revamping its operational concepts for amphibious operations, and the webinar will also explore how these new concepts will affect the future acquisition, development, and employment of the future larger US amphibious force.

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Webinar: Amphibious assault ships Russia’s Western Military District is a large combined arms force representing a significant potential threat in the eastern European theatre.