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The Marine Corps released a request for information for a lightweight hard armor plate to lighten the load for Marines and allow commanders to adapt to the mission on the battlefield. Marine Corps Systems Command will assess industry’s capability to make a plate that would supplement the Enhanced Small Arms Protective Insert and provide protection for low intensity threat environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. William Chockey) - The Marine Corps released a request for information for a lightweight hard armor plate to lighten the load for Marines and allow commanders to adapt to the mission on the battlefield. Marine Corps Systems Command will assess industry’s capability to make a plate that would supplement the Enhanced Small Arms Protective Insert and provide protection for low intensity threat environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. William Chockey)

The Marine Corps officially transitioned to sustainment the official data source Marines use to assess manpower and equipment requirements. Total Force Structure Management System is the robust enterprise system that receives, processes, stores and disseminates force structure information for the entire Marine Corps. This information depicts how a specific unit is organized in terms of number, types of personnel and associated equipment in order to perform assigned missions. Data is then used by leaders at all levels to determine current and future strategic needs. (U.S. Marine Corps illustration by Jennifer Sevier) - The Marine Corps officially transitioned to sustainment the official data source Marines use to assess manpower and equipment requirements. Total Force Structure Management System is the robust enterprise system that receives, processes, stores and disseminates force structure information for the entire Marine Corps. This information depicts how a specific unit is organized in terms of number, types of personnel and associated equipment in order to perform assigned missions. Data is then used by leaders at all levels to determine current and future strategic needs. (U.S. Marine Corps illustration by Jennifer Sevier)

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