Wargames, as old as civilization, have evolved from lines in the sand to bytes in the cloud. Despite evolving technologies, experts insist the games remain human-centric — but that doesn’t mean artificial intelligence can’t help.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — If there are any in the Marine Corps worried that the retirement next month of Commandant Gen. David Berger will lead to radical changes for the service, remarks from his nominated successor at the Modern Day Marine conference should put any fears to rest.
The Marine Corps is overhauling its force to take on peer competitors in austere environments. A new aviation plan ensures that its aircraft — everything from fighter jets to helicopters — don’t get left behind.
With room running out at large combat centers such as Twentynine Palms, California, and new doctrine calling for expansive, multi-domain operations, the Marine Corps will have to radically change the way it trains, service officers said May 12.