MCSC leverages small business technologies to support the warfighter - Two corpsmen observing a demonstration of the Expeditionary Portable Oxygen Generation System, a lightweight, mobile capability that provides medical-grade oxygen to the fleet, May 14, aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. In May, MCSC’s Small Business Innovation Research program held a weeklong Limited Military User Assessment for Marines, Corpsmen and other stakeholders to provide feedback on various technologies in development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Tonya Smith)
A SBIR success: smaller, lighter refrigerators to hit fleet in 2021 - HM1 Michael McNett discusses the medical refrigerator on display May 1 during a Limited Military User Assessment and Engineering Technical Review at the Gruntworks Squad Integration Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Marine Corps Systems Command expanded an existing contract with Rini Technologies, Inc. to procure lighter, more compact medical refrigeration units that will replace the legacy system. (U.S. Marine Corps photo)
Marines assess small business innovations during weeklong evaluation - Marine Corps Systems Command’s Sgt. Maj. Robin Fortner speaks to Marines participating in the Small Business Innovation Research presentation on May 1, 2019, aboard at the Gruntworks Squad Integration Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. The SBIR program at MCSC hosted a Limited Military User Assessment and Engineering Technical Review, which allowed Marines to assess and provide feedback on promising SBIR prototype technologies during the five-day event. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Matt Gonzales)
Conversations about Marine Corps acquisition, innovation, and gear with host Manny Pacheco, USMC, retired.