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MCSC holds National Hispanic Heritage Month celebration

By Monique Randolph, MCSC Public Affairs | October 17, 2014

Marine Corps Systems Command held a celebration culminating the observance of National Hispanic Heritage Month Oct. 15, in Stafford, Virginia. The event, called “Fiesta of Flavors,” was hosted by MCSC’s Marine Air Ground Task Force Command, Control and Communications, or MC3, and featured a food...

From barrio to Marine Corps, Velazquez succeeded because Father knew best

By Carden Hedelt, MCSC Public Affairs | October 10, 2014

A 16-year-old Luis E. Velazquez woke up in rural Humacao, Puerto Rico, and headed for a bus leaving from the small market in the center of town. He didn’t know which way to go when he got off in Santurce, a barrio of San Juan. He just knew Santurce reminded him of New York—the way it looked and...

Fielding decision made on new civil affairs app

By Barb Hamby, MCSC Public Affairs | October 09, 2014

After several years in development, the Marine Corps civil affairs community is getting smartphones armed with software that will streamline civil-military assistance operations. Trading pen and paper for smartphone and stylus, the Marine Corps Civil Information Management System, called MARCIMS,...

Industry hears from Marine Corps about program needs

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Public Affairs | September 26, 2014

From the program manager for Intelligence to the PM for Information Systems and Infrastructure, opportunities await for industry at Marine Corps Systems Command. That was the message from MCSC Commander Brig. Gen. Joseph Shrader during the Report to Industry Sept. 25 at the Modern Day Marine expo at...

Marines learn about new Arctic shelter

By Sgt. Laura Gauna, U.S. Marine Corps | September 25, 2014

Marines are trained with the intent to be the best in any situation and any environment, whether in the sweltering heat or the freezing cold. They are always looking to expand their combat capabilities by training for arctic and mountainous areas. This includes learning to work with the latest in...

New, more durable boots bound for recruits by December

By Carden Hedelt, Marine Corps Systems Command Public Affairs | September 24, 2014

The Marine Corps is buying boots with up to twice the operational lifespan over the current option provided to new recruits....

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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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