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Lt. Col. Michael Burks (second from right), Joint Light Tactical Vehicle military deputy, stands in the "gap" between Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles and a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (not shown in photo). He explains to Army and Marine Corps leadership that the JLTV will fill the capability "gap" that exists today in both services' light tactical vehicle fleets. This brief took place June 11 during the JLTV demonstration at the Transportation Demonstration Support Area on Marine Corps Base Quantico. - Lt. Col. Michael Burks (second from right), Joint Light Tactical Vehicle military deputy, stands in the "gap" between Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles and a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (not shown in photo). He explains to Army and Marine Corps leadership that the JLTV will fill the capability "gap" that exists today in both services' light tactical vehicle fleets. This brief took place June 11 during the JLTV demonstration at the Transportation Demonstration Support Area on Marine Corps Base Quantico.

Mr. James Smerchansky, chief engineer for the Marine Corps and deputy commander for Systems Engineering, Interoperability, Architectures and Technology at Marine Corps Systems Command, spoke May 29 at the 12th Annual Naval Information Technology Day in Tyson’s Corner, Va. The meeting was sponsored by the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. As a participant on the Future Requirements and Capabilities Panel, Smerchansky spoke about innovation and how industry could seek business opportunities in the federal government and Marine Corps. - Mr. James Smerchansky, chief engineer for the Marine Corps and deputy commander for Systems Engineering, Interoperability, Architectures and Technology at Marine Corps Systems Command, spoke May 29 at the 12th Annual Naval Information Technology Day in Tyson’s Corner, Va. The meeting was sponsored by the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. As a participant on the Future Requirements and Capabilities Panel, Smerchansky spoke about innovation and how industry could seek business opportunities in the federal government and Marine Corps.

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