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MCTSSA shines with DEVSTARS - MCTSSA's developmental, science, technology and research scholar employees and interns were hosted by the School of Infantry on Camp Pendleton to observe new infantry Marines go through their weapons qualification and operate in a training environment, including movement with body armor, carrying heavy loads, and embarking and disembarking Marine Corps ground mobility vehicles, July 19, 2021. The field experience opportunity provided a better understanding some of the nuances of what Marines go through for something like a rifle range, they can have a frame of reference for engineering and designing future projects. (Courtesy photo)
MCTSSA hosts Testing and Demo Days for XFAB - A team of engineers assisted in testing the Marine Corps Enterprise Network connectivity of the portable expeditionary fabrication lab, on Camp Pendleton, California, April 5-9, 2021. Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity hosted a team of design experts who tested the network connectivity of the portable expeditionary fabrication lab, a self-contained, transportable additive manufacturing lab that can deploy with battalion-level Marine maintenance units. (Photo by Amy Forsythe, Public Affairs Officer, MCTSSA)
DON recognizes MCSC employees for Test and Evaluation efforts - Marine Corps Systems Command’s Brig. Gen. A.J. Pasagian; U.S. Navy Executive Director for Innovation, Technology Requirements and Test and Evaluation Rick Quade; PEO Land System’s John Garner; and MCSC’s Sgt. Maj. Michael Cato pose with MCSC’s Department of Navy T&E Awards winners Andrew Ferguson, Lou Ferguson and Dr. Giang Pham, April 15, aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Not pictured: Maj. Richard Zjawin. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Tonya Smith)
MCTSSA hosts distinguished visitors - Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity hosted two dozen distinguished visitors for a day-long familiarization event April 6, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California.
MCSC launches Task Force to modernize IT network - Capt. Brittany Snelgrove (left), a lead network engineer, and Mike Fulinara, an engineer, both of Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity, review the data from the NETPAC network capture and analysis system March 16, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. MCTSSA is a component of the Task Force Aquila MCEN Lab Federation along with other designated Marine Corps and Naval labs. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Amy Forsythe, Public Affairs Officer, MCTSSA)
MCSC, MCTSSA create ‘social media network for Marines’ to support needs - A Marine with 5th Marines reviews and provides feedback on a new Marine Corps website, the Infantry Weapons Information Tool, Jan. 15, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. This easy-to-use, Common Access Card-enabled site provides Marines with relevant technical doctrine, training manuals, instructional videos and other tools needed to make them a more effective force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Amy Forsythe)
MCTSSA establishes cyber 'Blue Team’ designation - Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity established the Marine Corps’ first-ever Adversarial Cyber Assessment "Blue Team" on Nov. 10, 2020. “This capability strengthens our acquisition cyber footprint while also enhancing our Corps’ operational cyber resiliency,” said MCTSSA Commanding Officer Lt. Col. Michael Liguori. (Graphic by Amy Forsythe, Public Affairs Officer, MCTSSA)
MCTSSA Hosts NAVWAR Commander for visit, partners for Project Overmatch - Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity commanding officer, Lt. Col. Michael Liguori (left) and other MCTSSA representatives hosted U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Douglas Small (center, right) commander of Naval Information Warfare Systems Command. Small’s visit was intended to learn about the capabilities MCTSSA could contribute to help develop solutions for communicating across joint domains and multiple platforms. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Amy Forsythe)
Conversations about Marine Corps acquisition, innovation, and gear with host Tripp Elliott, MCSC Head of Command Safety.