Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity

 

Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity

Marine Corps Systems Command

Camp Pendleton, CA
MCTSSA Team supports world’s biggest coalition communication exercise
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MCTSSA Team supports world’s biggest coalition communication exercise
MCTSSA Team supports world’s biggest coalition communication exercise
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MCTSSA Team supports world’s biggest coalition communication exercise
MCTSSA Team supports world’s biggest coalition communication exercise
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MCTSSA Team supports world’s biggest coalition communication exercise
The Warrior Pentathlon competition is a series of five sports: 50-meter swim, 100-meter track, 30 kilometer (18-mile) cycling, shot-put and a 10-meter air rifle prone events. Captain Jon Disbro—after winning five medals — was named all-around top athlete.
Capt Disbro Captures 2012 Title and Pentathlon Crown
The Warrior Pentathlon competition is a series of five sports: 50-meter swim, 100-meter track, 30 kilometer (18-mile) cycling, shot-put and a 10-meter air rifle prone events. Captain Jon Disbro—after winning five medals — was named all-around top athlete.
Colonel Christopher Snyder, Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity’s Commanding Officer (left), and Captain Bryan Lopez, Executive Officer for the U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (right) formally sign Memorandum of Understandings that partnered their service’s various test facilities and capabilities with the U.S. Army’s Central Technical Support Facility, thus becoming the latest members to join the Federation of Net-Centric Sites (FaNS). Officiating the FaNS certification event held at Camp Pendleton on May 22nd was Mr. Steven Roscoe, Director of System-of-System Integration and Interoperability, Office of the Army Chief Information Officer. The FaNS network is designed to allow the Army to grow its real-time integration and interoperability testing capabilities by leveraging existing testing facilities inside and outside the Army.
MCTSSA & SPAWAR Join Testing Federation
Colonel Christopher Snyder, Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity’s Commanding Officer (left), and Captain Bryan Lopez, Executive Officer for the U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (right) formally sign Memorandum of Understandings that partnered their service’s various test facilities and capabilities with the U.S. Army’s Central Technical Support Facility, thus becoming the latest members to join the Federation of Net-Centric Sites (FaNS). Officiating the FaNS certification event held at Camp Pendleton on May 22nd was Mr. Steven Roscoe, Director of System-of-System Integration and Interoperability, Office of the Army Chief Information Officer. The FaNS network is designed to allow the Army to grow its real-time integration and interoperability testing capabilities by leveraging existing testing facilities inside and outside the Army.
The Warrior Pentathlon competition is a series of five sports—50-meter swim, 100-meter track, 30 kilometer (18-mile) cycling, shot-put and a 10-meter air rifle prone events— with the winner being named all-around top athlete.
National Warrior Games
The Warrior Pentathlon competition is a series of five sports—50-meter swim, 100-meter track, 30 kilometer (18-mile) cycling, shot-put and a 10-meter air rifle prone events— with the winner being named all-around top athlete.
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MCTSSA provides test and evaluation, engineering, and deployed technical support for USMC and joint service command, control, computer, and communications (C4) systems throughout all acquisition
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