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Marine engineers get creative in inaugural bathtub race

By Wil Williams | November 26, 2014

Marine Corps Systems Command’s Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch was the venue for some resourceful marine engineering during its inaugural bathtub race. The bathtub race—spearheaded by AVTB’s Operations Officer Wil Wright to generate creativity and healthy competition among the branch’s seven...

New organization helps women in technical fields stay connected

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

MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Virginia—Marine Corps Females in Technology, or MC-FIT, a new organization sponsored by the Marine Corps Systems Command engineering competency, hosted its inaugural professional development event Nov. 13 at the Gray Research Center on Marine Corps Base Quantico,...

Marine Corps, Georgia Tech unveil modeling, simulation facility

By Jim Katzaman, MCSC Public Affairs | November 14, 2014

MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Virginia-An expanded modeling and simulation facility opened for business Nov. 12 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Marine Corps Systems Command and Georgia Tech Research Institute officials joined those from federal, state and local government to unveil the...

Andy Rodgers: Perfect fit for Marines

By Carden Hedelt, MCSC Public Affairs | November 06, 2014

MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Virginia—Andy Rodgers spent Halloween weekend at Parris Island, South Carolina, for his nephew’s graduation from boot camp. Rodgers didn’t offer any advice. Instead, he was interested in what his nephew had to say, how he felt—apart from wanting to get as far away from...

Marine Corps acquisition team gets trigger time

By Barb Hamby | October 27, 2014

On Oct. 24 dozens of acquisition professionals from Marine Corps Systems Command got out from behind their desks and behind the scopes of infantry weapons – the same ones they work hard to deliver to Marines in the fleet.“In a word, awesome,” is how Elizabeth Jansen described her experience. Jansen,...

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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.