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Marine Corps Systems Command

"Equipping the Warfighter to Win"

Marine Air-Ground Task Force Command, Control & Communications (PM MC3)

The Program Manager for Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Command, Control and Communications (PM MC3) includes programs such as Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Detector Dogs, Counter IED Systems, Tactical Communication Systems, Networking and Satellite Communications, Radar Systems, MAGTF Command and Control Systems, and Digital Fires and Situational Awareness.


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Mission:

Acquire and Sustain Command, Control, Communications, and Counter Improvised Explosive Device Systems to enable the Marine Air-Ground Task Force to Accomplish the Mission.


Program Manager’s Priorities

  • Support to Operating Forces (deployed (OEF, MEU), preparing to deploy, other Operating Forces).
  • Develop and sustain world-class, high performance C3, CIED, and CREW systems capable of operating in integrated MAGTF, Joint, and coalition environments, and do so affordably and efficiently.
  • Develop program management office work force (military and civilian) through appropriate acquisition and professional training, education, certification and leadership development; enhance project planning processes; support workforce with adequate space and computer resources.
  • Ensure effective integration and support of all PM MC3 programs into overarching portfolio; consolidate PM MC3 into a high performing team of teams providing essential capability to the warfighter.

Product Managers:

  • Force Protection Systems (FPS)
  • Digital Fires Situational Awareness (DFSA)
  • MAGTF C2 Systems (MC2S) 
  • Networking and Satellite Communications Systems (NSC)
  • Radar Systems (RS)
  • Tactical Communications Systems (TCS)

Contacts:

Business Manager – (703) 432-8720
Operations Manager – (703) 432-9854

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.