In Africa, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force
(SPMAGTF) 12 exemplifies this concept by sending small training groups to partner with local militaries in an effort to indirectly blunt the spread of extremist groups across the continent.
SDDC deployed elements of the 1st Infantry Division (Mechanized) of Wurzburg, Germany; the 1st Cavalry Division of Fort Hood, Texas; the 25th Infantry Division (Light) of Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; and a Marine Air-Ground Task Force
from the 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, California.
The Gladiator will provide the Marine Corps' Ground Combat Element with an unmanned tele-operated/semi-autonomous ground vehicle for remoting combat tasks in order to reduce risk to the warfighter and neutralize threats to the Marine Air-Ground Task Force
Meanwhile, SDDC will deploy elements of the 1st Infantry Division, Wurzburg, Germany; 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas; 25th Infantry Division (Light), Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; and a Marine Air-Ground Task Force
from the 1st Marine Division, Camp Pendleton, Calif.
Titan will use the Navy's Enhanced Naval Warfare Gaming System and the Marine Corps' Marine Air-Ground Task Force
Tactical Warfare Simulation to provide a realistic simulation of the war game's battle space.
While the future Marine Air-Ground Task Force
(MAGTF) Unmanned Expeditionary system, or MUX, is still a little way off, Rudder said he hopes the system will be ready for early operational capability by 2026.
He sent them out in May and June to be used by Marines at the Marine Air-Ground Task Force
Integrated Experiment at Twenty-Nine Palms, California.
The Philippine-led exercise will continue to enhance the interoperability between the US Marine air-ground task force
and the AFP with the goal of improving our bilateral response to regional issues and maritime security crises within the Asia Pacific, the US Embassy said.
Many consumable supplies are common usage items among Navy expeditionary forces, and although most supplies aboard Navy amphibious ships (L-Decks) are intended for Navy unit consumption, common item stocks can be made available to embarked Marine Air-Ground Task Force
(MAGTF) elements with advance coordination.
Among the command and control obstacles was an extremely complicated Operation Iraqi Freedom airspace construct, resulting somewhat from numerous revisions and modifications required to facilitate the reintroduction of a Marine Air-Ground Task Force
(MAGTF) during Iraqi Freedom II.
The second major possibility left out of the Marine vision texts is that of an end-state force radically different from the present Marine air-ground task force