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Gunnery Sgt. Doug McCue, a machinist with the 2nd Maintenance Battalion at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, demonstrates the capabilities of a large-build 3-D printer in the X-FAB Facility Aug. 1. The X-FAB, or Expeditionary Fabrication, Facility is a self-contained, transportable additive manufacturing lab comprised of a 20-by-20-foot shelter, 3-D printers, a scanner and computer-aided design software system that can be used to fabricate repair and replacement parts in the field. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kaitlin Kelly) - Gunnery Sgt. Doug McCue, a machinist with the 2nd Maintenance Battalion at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, demonstrates the capabilities of a large-build 3-D printer in the X-FAB Facility Aug. 1. The X-FAB, or Expeditionary Fabrication, Facility is a self-contained, transportable additive manufacturing lab comprised of a 20-by-20-foot shelter, 3-D printers, a scanner and computer-aided design software system that can be used to fabricate repair and replacement parts in the field. The Marine Corps is exploring this expeditionary capability to expedite heavy equipment repairs in deployed environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kaitlin Kelly)

The Marine Corps fielded its first tactical information system to come standard with Windows 10 in February. The Combat Operations Center software release 6.0.4 and accompanying hardware deliver improved security and efficiency to Marines in the fleet. The release refreshed computers and software used in Marine combat operations centers, which are tent facilities that serve as the hub for command and control for Marine Corps operations ashore. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa Martens) - The Marine Corps fielded its first tactical information system to come standard with Windows 10 in February. The Combat Operations Center software release 6.0.4 and accompanying hardware deliver improved security and efficiency to Marines in the fleet. The release refreshed computers and software used in Marine combat operations centers, which are tent facilities that serve as the hub for command and control for Marine Corps operations ashore. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa Martens)

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