Two uniformed marines and one civilian gather around an open box while one inspects a camera. - From left, Jose Reyna Jr., digital media systems contract logistics specialist, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Wade Spradlin, project officer, and Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo, Marine Corps Forces Reserve, inspects the gear in the new Visual Information Acquisition System March 9, 2022. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Digital Media System’s program office is fielding the new systems that include a mirrorless camera with significant low light capabilities and additional lenses for still imagery, a handheld UHD 4k camcorder for videography and updated laptops for mobile workstations. (Photo by Marine Sgt. Andy O. Martinez)
MCTSSA briefs industry leaders during partnership event - Col. Robert Bailey, Marine Corps Tactical Support System Activity commanding officer, speaks with business leaders during an Advanced Planning Briefing to Industry Feb. 6, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sky M. Laron)
Corps looks to increase comms, lethality with next-gen hearing system - The Marine Corps released a request for information for a suite of hearing enhancement devices to help Marines communicate better and increase their lethality on the battlefield.
Marine Corps Systems Command will assess industry’s capability to provide devices that are compatible with Marine Corps radios and the Marine Corps Enhanced Combat Helmet. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Ezekiel Kitandwe)
Marine Corps searches for new satellite communications system - The medium terminals in the Very Small Aperture Terminal Family of Systems undergo interoperability evaluations at Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity aboard Camp Pendleton, California. A Request for Information for a VSAT-medium replacement was released by Marine Corps Systems Command to industry in October 2017 to develop and deliver an updated, cost-effective, reliable solution. (Courtesy photo)
Award-winning engineering team keeps Marines connected while afloat - Marine Corps Systems Command’s award-winning MAGTF Command and Control Naval Integration Team works to establish secure, integrated networks for Marines embarking upon Navy ships. The team enhances the command and control of forward-deployed naval forces across the globe. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Paul Robbins Jr.)
The Communication Emitter Sensing and Attack System II, or CESAS II, is the Corps’ sole high power, ground mobile electronic attack asset used to detect, deny and disrupt threat communications. The system is modular and can be integrated into the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle or scaled down to a weight and size that can be carried by an individual. (U.S. Marine Corps photo) - The Communication Emitter Sensing and Attack System II, or CESAS II, is the Corps’ sole high power, ground mobile electronic attack asset used to detect, deny and disrupt threat communications. The system is modular and can be integrated into the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle or scaled down to a weight and size that can be carried by an individual. (U.S. Marine Corps photo)
Conversations about Marine Corps acquisition, innovation, and gear with host Manny Pacheco, USMC, retired.