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Marine Corps Systems Command

"Equipping the Warfighter to Win"


AVTB gives local dads, daughters taste of Marine life

By Wil Williams, Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity | September 15, 2014

Daughters and their dads came away with lasting and big shared memories Sept. 6, thanks to the Marine Corps Systems Command Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch at Camp Pendleton, California. Through a community partnership with the YMCA, 48 daughters ages 5-11 and 37 fathers learned firsthand about...

New flash-bang launcher expands Marines’ non-lethal capability

By Carden Hedelt, Marine Corps Systems Command Public Affairs | August 29, 2014

For Marines running roadblocks and vehicle check points, identifying an oncoming vehicle as a threat is a decision that has to happen quickly and at standoff range because lives are on the line. A new system being fielded to II and III Marine Expeditionary Forces, Reserve Units and Marine Corps...

Presenting the Legion of Merit Sergeant major bids farewell to MCTSSA, Corps

By Wil Williams, Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity | August 21, 2014

Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity welcomed Sgt. Maj. Brandon Hall as the activity's new sergeant major during a relief and appointment ceremony Aug. 14 at Camp Pendleton, California. MCTSSA is a subordinate command to Marine Corps Systems Command. MCSC, headquartered in Quantico,...

Recent graduate program opens world to budding engineers

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Public Affairs | August 08, 2014

Barely a year out of college, Alex Solomon has traveled from coast to coast to see Marines prepare for battle. It’s “almost a Marvel moment”—a comic book adventure come alive—when he sees a sketch leap off the drawing board into a warrior’s hands. Solomon is an engineer, but not one chained to a...

Mishap Investigation Team recognized for safety excellence

By Carden Hedelt, MCSC Public Affairs | August 01, 2014

Marine Corps Systems Command’s Mishap Investigation Training and Support Implementation Team has received a 2014 Secretary of the Navy Safety Excellence Award for training acquisition engineers to be mishap investigators.  As the Department of the Navy's systems command for Marine Corps ground...

MCSC changes hands

By Monique Randolph, MCSC Public Affairs | July 11, 2014

With a bright, blue sky and the Potomac River as a backdrop, 150 boots marched to the beat of a bass drum July 11 in honor of a military tradition that happens only once every few years: the change of command. In a ceremony held on Hospital Point aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, Brig....

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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.

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