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A mine resistant ambush protected all-terrain vehicle, or M-ATV, travels on a dirt road near Patrol Base Mehrai, Afghanistan in July 2011. Marine Corps Systems Command is considering a technology initiative that would allow Marines to use voice commands to operate C2 software applications and equipment virtually “hands free” when traveling in tactical military vehicles over rugged terrain.
110702-M-PE262-009.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Marco Mancha

Apr 8, 2013
USMC - A mine resistant ambush protected all-terrain vehicle, or M-ATV, travels on a dirt road near Patrol Base Mehrai, Afghanistan in July 2011. Marine Corps Systems Command is considering a technology initiative that would allow Marines to use voice commands to operate C2 software applications and equipment virtually “hands free” when traveling in tactical military vehicles over rugged terrain.


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