The command of the marine Corps (ILC) of the United States is considering the use of military courts of other countries for the redeployment of their forces due to the shortage of ships in the US Navy, said the mass media of America referring to the Deputy commander of the ILC in the European Union and Africa General Norman Kalinga.
According to him, the story is about finding the temporal resolution of the issue, as long as the Navy will not get more ships, and among them amphibians. As long as it was not, "we are considering other opportunities," said couling. However, he said that the real permanent replacement for American amphibious ships do not exist. According to the article of the newspaper USA Today, the Command of the ILC currently conducts dialogues with the military in Spain, Italy, great Britain and other allied countries. In the U.S. Navy reported that to meet all the needs of the Pentagon they require 38 ships amphibians, but this indicator due to cuts in the defense budget will only be achieved by 2028, according to news Agency. Currently, most of these ships located in the Pacific ocean, where American armed forces ", as stated by the magazine, " trying to respond to the expansionism of China, and the middle East, where they are taking efforts to resolve a series of crises "." equipped with weapons of war and chaos in Libya has also led to conversations about the need to have troops that have the ability to react quickly to what is happening in the European Union and Africa ", - underlines USA Today. Along with this, the first head of the U.S. Department of defense Ashton Carter said that his country will provide rapid response forces of NATO Spearhead force) weapons, planes and soldiers, and among them the special forces.