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Marine Corps Systems Command

"Equipping the Warfighter to Win"

MCSC supports Modern Day Marine Expo

By Carden Hedelt, MCSC Corporate Communications | Marine Corps Systems Command | September 24, 2013

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Mark Urrutic (right) of Combat Support Systems Family of Field Medical Equipment shows Dwayne Hill and Petty Officer 1st Class Jacob Kabbah the portable patient transport life support system during the Modern Day Marine Expo Sept. 24 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. At the expo, Marines can see the gear Marine Corps Systems Command program offices are fielding and will field in the future.

Mark Urrutic (right) of Combat Support Systems Family of Field Medical Equipment shows Dwayne Hill and Petty Officer 1st Class Jacob Kabbah the portable patient transport life support system during the Modern Day Marine Expo Sept. 24 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. At the expo, Marines can see the gear Marine Corps Systems Command program offices are fielding and will field in the future. (Photo by Carden Hedelt, U.S. Marine Corps )


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Don Holman of Infantry Weapons Systems describes the Joint Service General Purpose Mask to Cpl. Charlie Nguyen during the Modern Day Marine Expo Sept. 24 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. At the expo, Marines can see the gear Marine Corps Systems Command program offices are fielding and will field in the future.

Don Holman of Infantry Weapons Systems describes the Joint Service General Purpose Mask to Cpl. Charlie Nguyen during the Modern Day Marine Expo Sept. 24 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. At the expo, Marines can see the gear Marine Corps Systems Command program offices are fielding and will field in the future. (Photo by Carden Hedelt, U.S. Marine Corps )


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Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Development Command explore the inside of the Arctic Shelter System during the Modern Day Marine Expo Sept. 24 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. At the expo, Marines can see the gear Marine Corps Systems Command program offices are fielding and will field in the future.

Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Development Command explore the inside of the Arctic Shelter System during the Modern Day Marine Expo Sept. 24 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. At the expo, Marines can see the gear Marine Corps Systems Command program offices are fielding and will field in the future. (Photo by Carden Hedelt, U.S. Marine Corps )


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September 24, 2013 --

By Carden Hedelt, MCSC Corporate Communications 

Marines will interact face-to-face throughout the week with employees from Marine Corps Systems Command and vendors that support the Marine Corps.

At Modern Day Marine, the world's largest military exposition focusing on enhanced capabilities for expeditionary forces, Marines can see the gear MCSC program offices are fielding and will field in the future. Hundreds of companies that support Marine Corps land, air and sea operations also will show off their technology to give the warfighter greater capability.

MCSC is the Department of the Navy’s systems command for Marine Corps ground weapon and information technology systems. It is also the Marine Corps commandant's agent for acquisition and sustainment of warfighting systems and equipment.

MCSC’s Combat Support Systems is showing its Expeditionary Field Kitchen. The EFK can feed up to 500 warfighters within three hours, including cleanup. It has the capability to roast, grill, boil, braise, pan fry and bake foods. The whole kitchen, contained in an 8-by-8-by-20 container, can be set up and taken down in 45 minutes.

PM CSS is also featuring its Arctic Shelter System. The shelter, which replaces a decades-old legacy shelter, can accommodate 15 Marines and their gear at temperatures down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit and up to 125 degrees. The tent can withstand sustained winds of 50 mph and gusts up to 55 mph.

In addition to the EFK and the Arctic Shelter System, other MCSC gear is on display—from body armor, to ammo, to equipment and clothes Marines use in the event of a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear emergency.

The exhibit halls at Modern Day Marine are open from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. On Thursday, exhibit halls will open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.