Diversity of 'races, religions, backgrounds and genders' essential to warfighting in the information age, 3-star says
from Marine Corps Times
The challenges of the future operating environment are happening now for the intelligence community, the Marine Corps' top general for information says. And diversity in thinking and in the ranks is essential to meeting the challenge. Lt. Gen. Lori Reynolds, deputy commandant of information, shared that observation and other insights to more than 300 intelligence Marines at the 9th Annual Marine Corps Association and Foundation Intelligence Awards Dinner. "I believe that diversity of thought will matter in the future fight," Reynolds said.
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