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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)

The Marine Corps Tactical Service Orientated Architecture will allow users to request and share mission-critical information on-demand. TSOA is a software platform that will be installed in combat operation centers, allowing for the sharing of data between COCs across the Corps. This removes the need to depend on multiple independent tactical data systems, which are not always compatible. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. David Staten) - The Marine Corps Tactical Service Orientated Architecture will allow users to request and share mission-critical information on-demand. TSOA is a software platform that will be installed in combat operation centers, allowing for the sharing of data between COCs across the Corps. This removes the need to depend on multiple independent tactical data systems, which are not always compatible. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. David Staten)

U.S. and Republic of Korea Marines work together to set up a Secure Communications Controller at the 2014 Ssang Yong exercise in Pohang, Republic of Korea. Marine Corps Systems Command is in the last stages of development of the SCC, which crosslinks incompatible radio and digital systems, making communication possible between U.S. and foreign military forces, governmental and non-governmental agencies, and among different Marine Corps radios. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Blanco, III Marine Expeditionary Force) - U.S. and Republic of Korea Marines work together to set up a Secure Communications Controller at the 2014 Ssang Yong exercise in Pohang, Republic of Korea. Marine Corps Systems Command is in the last stages of development of the SCC, which crosslinks incompatible radio and digital systems, making communication possible between U.S. and foreign military forces, governmental and non-governmental agencies, and among different Marine Corps radios. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Blanco, III Marine Expeditionary Force)

Brig. Gen. Kevin Nally, Department of the Navy deputy chief information officer for the Marine Corps, presents the 2015 Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association Copernicus Award to David Vierra, who is joined by his wife Mila, Feb. 10 in San Diego, Calif. Vierra, an information technology specialist at Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity, received the award for his sustained, superior performance in the field of interoperability and command, control, communications, computers and intelligence/information technology. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Wil Williams) - Brig. Gen. Kevin Nally, Department of the Navy deputy chief information officer for the Marine Corps, presents the 2015 Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association Copernicus Award to David Vierra, who is joined by his wife Mila, Feb. 10 in San Diego, Calif. Vierra, an information technology specialist at Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity, received the award for his sustained, superior performance in the field of interoperability and command, control, communications, computers and intelligence/information technology. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Wil Williams)

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