Marine Corps Systems Command


Marine Corps Systems Command

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MCSC volunteers lead the way in community service

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Office of Public Affairs and Communication | April 29, 2015

Randolph Scott served in the Marine Corps for more than 30 years. When he retired, he felt like he needed to continue his service and help the next generation. Volunteering filled his need.Scott is one of almost 130 people-military and civilian-assigned to MCSC who completed more than 16,600...

Software update speeds supplies to Marines

By Carden Hedelt, Office of Public Affairs and Communication | April 22, 2015

The Marine Corps acquisition force is closing the gap between forward-deployed Marines and the web-based logistics support they need.With the Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps latest software release, even Marines with limited or no Internet service can fill out requests for weapons, vehicle...

Gruntworks, Combat Operations Center give Sea-Air-Space Expo goers feel for being Marines

By Office of Public Affairs and Communication | April 15, 2015

At this year’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition, the only systems command in the Marine Corps let attendees get closer than ever to the experience of forward-deployed Marines with displays from the Marine Corps Systems Command Gruntworks Squad Integration Facility and Combat Operations Center. ...

A story to tell: MCSC celebrates Women’s History Month

By Monique Randolph, Office of Public Affairs and Communication | March 30, 2015

Marine Corps Systems Command is rounding out Women’s History Month by highlighting two women leaving their marks on the command and making a difference in the lives of those around them. This year’s Women’s History Month theme, “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives,” reminds us that every woman has...

MCSC team proves simulation improves Marines’ proficiency

By Monique Randolph, Office of Public Affairs and Communication | March 17, 2015

Old habits die hard, and when it comes to training on tactical vehicles, weapons and other equipment, many Marines prefer the sights, sounds and feel of the live environment to simulators. A team from Marine Corps Systems Command has released a study they hope will change a few minds. Working with...

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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..