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Maj. Mark Simmons, systems engineer for Consolidated Emergency Response System, stands in front of a newly-installed CERS emergency dispatcher workstation aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. CERS aggregates multiple capabilities—Enhanced 911, Computer-Aided Dispatch, and fire station alerting—into a single workstation, giving emergency dispatchers the ability to quickly dispatch the appropriate assets where necessary. CERS increases the effectiveness of emergency response operations aboard Marine Corps installations worldwide. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Ashley Calingo) - Maj. Mark Simmons, systems engineer for Consolidated Emergency Response System, stands in front of a newly-installed CERS emergency dispatcher workstation aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. CERS aggregates multiple capabilities—Enhanced 911, Computer-Aided Dispatch, and fire station alerting—into a single workstation, giving emergency dispatchers the ability to quickly dispatch the appropriate assets where necessary. CERS increases the effectiveness of emergency response operations aboard Marine Corps installations worldwide. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Ashley Calingo)

A child looks through the Medium Range Thermal Bi-ocular during the USA Science & Engineering Festival April 14–17 in Washington, DC. The MRTB was one of the items Marine Corps Systems Command showcased at its exhibit booth. This year marked MCSC’s second year participating in the festival as part of an ongoing effort to partner with other government agencies, academic institutions and private industry to improve STEM education in the United States. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Mathuel Browne) - A child looks through the Medium Range Thermal Bi-ocular during the USA Science & Engineering Festival April 14–17 in Washington, DC. The MRTB was one of the items Marine Corps Systems Command showcased at its exhibit booth. This year marked MCSC’s second year participating in the festival as part of an ongoing effort to partner with other government agencies, academic institutions and private industry to improve STEM education in the United States. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Mathuel Browne)

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