Gen. David Berger becomes the 38th Marine commandant — here's what he will face leading the Corps
from Marine Corps Times
Gen. David Berger became the Corps' 38th commandant following a passage of command ceremony held at Marine Barracks in Washington. "We will never send our Marines into a fair fight," Berger told those in attendance. "I know we need to modernize the Marine Corps," and need to train better and recruit the best people, he said. "Marines are different;" they are not defined by equipment or vehicles, but by their warrior ethos, he said. Berger now presides over a Marine Corps at an inflection point as it continues to modernize its force for a fight with rising rivals like Russia and China.
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