Sea Control 220 – On Contested Shores with B.A. Friedman & Timothy Heck

By Walker Mills

Tim Heck and Brett Friedman join the podcast for a great discussion about their new book, On Contested Shores: The Evolving Role of Amphibious Operations in the History of Warfare. Heck and Friedman talk about historical and future amphibious operations and provide a glimpse into the future of amphibiosity in the Marine Corps.

Download Sea Control 220 – On Contested Shores with B.A. Friedman & Timothy Heck

Links

1.On Contested Shores: The Evolving Role of Amphibious Operations in the History of Warfare, edited by Tim Heck and B.A. Friedman, Marine Corps University Press, 2020.
2. 21st Century Ellis: Operational Art and Strategic Prophecy for the Modern Era, by B.A. Friedman, Naval Institute Press, 2015.
3. Tactics: A Theory of Victory in Battle, by B.A. Friedman, Naval Institute Press, 2017.
4. From the Cold War to ISIL: One Marine’s Journey, by Jason Q. Bohm, Naval Institute Press, 2019.

Walker Mills is a Co-Host of the Sea Control Podcast. Contact the podcast team at Seacontrol@cimsec.org.

0 thoughts on “Sea Control 220 – On Contested Shores with B.A. Friedman & Timothy Heck”

  1. Manpower; Royal Marines versus several fronts. Even with the US, is there enough, now and in future?
    Where are the scenarious in large scale -possibly simultaneuos fronts.
    Consider the available Chinese numbers and global interests; evolving and consolidating. That and the Russians.
    Examples from history are somewhat incompatible with the technologies of today;and near future.

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