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3rd LAR Marines test new LAV-ATWS

By Cpl. Charles Santamaria, Defense Media Activity | March 02, 2015

A gunner takes position, stoic and still, in a Light-Armored Vehicle as he spots an enemy. He engages the target, firing a Tube-launched Optically-tracked Wire-guided missile. As it propels through the air, the gunner maintains a steady aim, guiding the TOW missile until it impacts the target;...

Better Buying Power nets Marine Corps $2 million in savings

By Carden Hedelt, Office of Public Affairs and Communications | February 27, 2015

The spirit of competition in industry just saved the Marine Corps $2 million. By applying Better Buying Power guidelines, such as controlling costs throughout the product lifecycle and promoting effective competition, contracting officer John Wahl achieved a cost savings across two sustainment...

Class gives engineers new analytical tool for their belts

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Public Affairs | February 20, 2015

Sundar Sitaraman was deep in thought, poring over information from a new modeling and simulations system with 18 fellow engineers from Marine Corps Systems Command and Program Executive Officer Land Systems at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Sitaraman, a mechanical systems engineer who...

MCTSSA Interoperability Branch manager wins Copernicus Award

By Wil Williams, MCTSSA | February 11, 2015

An information technology specialist at Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity received the 2015 Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association Copernicus Award Feb. 10 in San Diego, California. David Vierra leads the Joint Tactical Information Distribution System/Multi-functional...

Senior executives advise government newcomers to grow, learn

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Public Affairs | January 27, 2015

From the start of their careers, entry-level employees should look for opportunities personally and professionally, according to systems command senior civilian executives who spoke Jan. 13 at the Naval Acquisition Development Program Annual Training Symposium. Jim Smerchansky, Marine Corps Systems...

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