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Members of Marine Corps Systems Command’s Force Protection Systems team hands off the Biometric Enrollment and Screening Device to Command and Control Training and Education Center of Excellence, called C2TECOE, July 22 on Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. The FPS team includes (from left) Mark Collette; Harry Downey, FPS product manager; Tom Binkley; Sarah Longava, team lead for FPS Identification and Detection Systems; Anthony Rico and Dick McDonough. Receiving the BESD is Bryan Smith, Branch Head for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Staff Training Program at C2TECOE. Not pictured are Ilich Bello, senior program analyst for I&DS, and Fred Kegler, lead logistician for I&DS.
130722-M-ZW180-001.JPG Photo By: Bill Johnson-Miles U.S. Marine Corps

Aug 19, 2013
Quantico, VA - Members of Marine Corps Systems Command’s Force Protection Systems team hands off the Biometric Enrollment and Screening Device to Command and Control Training and Education Center of Excellence, called C2TECOE, July 22 on Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. The FPS team includes (from left) Mark Collette; Harry Downey, FPS product manager; Tom Binkley; Sarah Longava, team lead for FPS Identification and Detection Systems; Anthony Rico and Dick McDonough. Receiving the BESD is Bryan Smith, Branch Head for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Staff Training Program at C2TECOE. Not pictured are Ilich Bello, senior program analyst for I&DS, and Fred Kegler, lead logistician for I&DS.


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