The United States Marine Corps may conduct combat operations all over the world, but its roots shall always remain in amphibious warfare. The Marine Corps itself, a subset of the U.S. Navy, Marines take pride in their ability to fight in any environment, but like their Navy siblings, they tend to take to the water.
In the event of war with North Korea, an invasion of the reclusive state would undoubtedly include amphibious assaults carried out by Uncle Sam’s favorite aquatic invasion force, the U.S. Marines, fighting alongside allies from South Korea. Fighting within North Korea would be brutal, but then, if you were to ask the Marines, they’d likely tell you that they wouldn’t have it any other way. In order to be successful in such an endeavor, however, the Marines and South Korean forces need to develop the ability to fight alongside one another by land, and by sea.
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