Marine Corps Systems Command

 

Marine Corps Systems Command

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Gunnery Sgt. Zachary Burgart (left), project officer for amphibious reconnaissance equipment, and Master Sgt. Brad Colbert, project officer for small craft, MK25 closed-circuit underwater breathing apparatus. The system is a closed-circuit underwater breathing apparatus that allows its users to remain concealed in covert operations.
Marine divers train at new open-water site
Gunnery Sgt. Zachary Burgart (left), project officer for amphibious reconnaissance equipment, and Master Sgt. Brad Colbert, project officer for small craft, MK25 closed-circuit underwater breathing apparatus. The system is a closed-circuit underwater breathing apparatus that allows its users to remain concealed in covert operations.
The Marine Corps Systems Command Acquisition Excellence Awards were held Aug. 19 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, to recognize exceptional performance and innovation in support of the acquisition mission. Awards were presented to individuals and teams in 15 categories.
MCSC salutes Marines, civilians for excellence
The Marine Corps Systems Command Acquisition Excellence Awards were held Aug. 19 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, to recognize exceptional performance and innovation in support of the acquisition mission. Awards were presented to individuals and teams in 15 categories.
Michael Martha, systems engineer with Light Tactical Vehicles in Program Executive Officer Land Systems, asks a question during the modeling and simulation course held in July at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia.
Modeling, simulation experts seek certification
Michael Martha, systems engineer with Light Tactical Vehicles in Program Executive Officer Land Systems, asks a question during the modeling and simulation course held in July at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia.
Marines in M1A1 tanks will soon have Blue Force Tracker 2, the latest command-and-control upgrade, at their disposal, giving them greater battlefield awareness plus interoperability with the other military services. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jason W. Fudge)
New command, control system rolls out to the field
Marines in M1A1 tanks will soon have Blue Force Tracker 2, the latest command-and-control upgrade, at their disposal, giving them greater battlefield awareness plus interoperability with the other military services. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jason W. Fudge)
George Moreno Pineda speaks to a Marine about Full Motion Video Optical Navigation Exploitation during a Warfighter Workshop April 30 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. Moreno Pineda will receive the 2014 Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers Award for his achievements as lead engineer for FMV-ONE at Marine Corps Systems Command.
MCSC engineers earn top Navy honors
George Moreno Pineda speaks to a Marine about Full Motion Video Optical Navigation Exploitation during a Warfighter Workshop April 30 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. Moreno Pineda will receive the 2014 Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers Award for his achievements as lead engineer for FMV-ONE at Marine Corps Systems Command.
Lance Cpl. Cedric Hargrove enters data into Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps using a laptop in a motor bay at The Basic School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Thanks to a recent GCSS-MC software update, Marines will be able to make better use of the logistics and resource management software system in limited-connectivity environments.
Software update speeds supplies to Marines
Lance Cpl. Cedric Hargrove enters data into Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps using a laptop in a motor bay at The Basic School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Thanks to a recent GCSS-MC software update, Marines will be able to make better use of the logistics and resource management software system in limited-connectivity environments.
MCSC News

Marine divers train at new open-water site

By Carden Hedelt, MCSC Office of Public Affairs and Communication | August 27, 2015

Marine combatant divers from the National Capital Region and Marine Corps Base Quantico took to Lake Anna, Virginia, for the first time July 21 to refresh dive skills and maintain qualifications. They used both open-circuit and closed-circuit underwater breathing apparatuses as well as an underwater...

MCSC salutes Marines, civilians for excellence

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Office of Public Affairs and Communication | August 19, 2015

Acquisition innovation and excellence took center stage Aug. 19 when Marine Corps Systems Command recognized its top-performing Marines and civilian Marines.Leading the way were Maj. Keith Kovats, Gunnery Sgt. William Meehan and Dennis Boucher who accepted the Andrew J. Higgins, Eugene M. Stoner and...

Modeling, simulation experts seek certification

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Office of Public Affairs and Communication | August 07, 2015

Capt. Charles Mohler is no stranger to modeling and simulation. A logistics analyst with Marine Corps Systems Command Acquisition Logistics and Product Support, he wrote about the subject for his thesis at Naval Post-Graduate School. Armed with that background, he saw the immediate benefits and...

New command, control system rolls out to the field

By Jim Katzaman, Office of Public Affairs and Communication | July 27, 2015

Within weeks, Marines manning the M1A1 Abrams tank will have the latest Joint Battlefield Command-Platform at their fingertips. Two teams from Marine Corps Systems Command worked together to send the much-needed communications system into the field....

MCSC engineers earn top Navy honors

By Monique Randolph, Office of Public Affairs and Communication | June 10, 2015

Two engineers—one from Marine Corps Systems Command and another from Program Executive Officer Land Systems—will be recognized by Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition Sean Stackley for their contributions in the areas of science and engineering.Francis Bonner and...

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Command Mission
To serve as the Department of the Navy's systems command for Marine Corps ground weapon and information technology system programs in order to equip and sustain Marine forces with full-spectrum, current and future expeditionary and crisis response capabilities..