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The commander of Marine Forces Special Operations Command, Maj. Gen. Daniel D. Yoo, along with the other U.S. Special Operations Command service component commanders, participated in the 'Industry Role in Current Readiness and Future Capabilities of Special Operations Forces' panel to address the topic of preserving and growing readiness to maximize each service's current competitive edge, during the opening day of the Special Operations Industry Conference in Tampa, May 21, 2019. Yoo took the opportunity to highlight the key tenants outlined in the component's Marine Special Operations Forces 2030 document published in April 2018: Cognitive Operator, MARSOF as a Connector, Enterprise Level Agility and Combined Arms for the Connected Arena. These concepts represent the ‘what’; conceptual visions which can provide MARSOC distinct value in the future operating environment. - The commander of Marine Forces Special Operations Command, Maj. Gen. Daniel D. Yoo, along with the other U.S. Special Operations Command service component commanders, participated in the 'Industry Role in Current Readiness and Future Capabilities of Special Operations Forces' panel to address the topic of preserving and growing readiness to maximize each service's current competitive edge, during the opening day of the Special Operations Industry Conference in Tampa, May 21, 2019. Yoo took the opportunity to highlight the key tenants outlined in the component's Marine Special Operations Forces 2030 document published in April 2018: Cognitive Operator, MARSOF as a Connector, Enterprise Level Agility and Combined Arms for the Connected Arena. These concepts represent the ‘what’; conceptual visions which can provide MARSOC distinct value in the future operating environment.

A Marine Raider participates in the land navigation portion of the annual Marine Forces Special Operations Command 2019 Marine Raider Competition on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 12, 2019. The competition fostered camaraderie and tested participants’ operational capabilities consistent with special operations missions through a rigorous evolution of events and to honor Marine Raider heritage. The competition consisted of six teams of six participants hailing from 1st Marine Raider Battalion, 2nd Marine Raider Battalion, 3rd Marine Raider Battalion, Marine Raider Training Center and 2nd Marine Reconnaissance Battalion. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Morgan D. Collett) - A Marine Raider participates in the land navigation portion of the annual Marine Forces Special Operations Command 2019 Marine Raider Competition on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 12, 2019. The competition fostered camaraderie and tested participants’ operational capabilities consistent with special operations missions through a rigorous evolution of events and to honor Marine Raider heritage. The competition consisted of six teams of six participants hailing from 1st Marine Raider Battalion, 2nd Marine Raider Battalion, 3rd Marine Raider Battalion, Marine Raider Training Center and 2nd Marine Reconnaissance Battalion. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Morgan D. Collett)

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