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Marine Commandant Launches Offensive Against Bad Behavior

NPR | Feb. 23, 2014 9:11 a.m.

After 12 plus years of war between Afghanistan and Iraq, the commandant of the Marine Corps is taking stock of where the Marine Corps is headed as an institution. General James Amos is examining issues from discipline and sexual assault, to how to keep Marines who signed up to fight engaged. During a recent visit to Los Angeles, General Amos sat down with Renee Montagne to talk about his efforts.

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