- The Marine Corps commandant sees a conflict on the horizon and predicts a reorientation of Marines away from the Middle East toward Russia and the Pacific.
- US forces have moved around Europe in recent months to bolster allies there, and a Marine rotational force has been in Norway since January.
- The Norway deployment has been particularly bothersome for Moscow.
During a meeting this week with the Marine Corps rotational force stationed in Norway, the Corps’ commandant, Gen. Robert Neller, told Marines that war could be looming and that his command may soon adjust its deployments to meet rising threats.
Neller said he saw a “big-ass fight” in the future, telling members of the U.S. force in the Nordic country to be ready at all times.
“I hope I’m wrong, but there’s a war coming,” Neller said, according to . “You’re in a fight here, an informational fight, a political fight, by your presence.”
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