Amphibious Warfare (3) A historical survey and evaluation of twentieth-century amphibious warfare operations.
NAVSC 411 Amphibious Warfare (3)
NAVSCI 411 Amphibious Warfare (3) – The curriculum for Amphibious Warfare provides students with an in-depth historical basis of the progressive development of military amphibious operations from the early 400 B.C. period to present day military operations. Integral to the course is the understanding of the evolution of military tactics, techniques and procedures in relation to technological advances throughout history and the role of time, space and logistics in military operations. Students conduct detailed research projects of current amphibious operations ranging from amphibious operations in the littorals, humanitarian assistance/disaster relief and non-combatant evacuation operations around the world. The conclusion of the course explores emerging threats which challenge future amphibious operations and the continuance of developing advanced technology, tactics, techniques and procedures currently in the research and development phase within the U.S. Marine Corps.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.