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2nd Lt. Andrew Petrevics, a student at The Basic School, passes by the fitLight Trainer sensor after completing the high-crawl obstacle on Marine Corps Systems Command’s Marine Corps Load Effects Assessment Program, or MCLEAP, course Dec. 20, 2013, on Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Petrevics was part of a group of Marines testing the fitLight timing system, an upgrade MCSC’s Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad team made to MCLEAP to obtain more concise data for improving current and future gear for infantry Marines. - 2nd Lt. Andrew Petrevics, a student at The Basic School, passes by the fitLight Trainer sensor after completing the high-crawl obstacle on Marine Corps Systems Command’s Marine Corps Load Effects Assessment Program, or MCLEAP, course Dec. 20, 2013, on Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Petrevics was part of a group of Marines testing the fitLight timing system, an upgrade MCSC’s Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad team made to MCLEAP to obtain more concise data for improving current and future gear for infantry Marines.

Brig. Gen. Frank Kelley, commander, Marine Corps Systems Command addresses the “Innovation and Supporting the Warfighter” panel at the Sea-Air-Space Expo at National Harbor, Md., April 8, as part of the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition. He and other Navy and Coast Guard senior leaders talked about how industry and the military can work together to creatively and efficiently bring systems with lethality, survivability and readiness to the warfighter. - Brig. Gen. Frank Kelley, commander, Marine Corps Systems Command addresses the “Innovation and Supporting the Warfighter” panel at the Sea-Air-Space Expo at National Harbor, Md., April 8, as part of the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition. He and other Navy and Coast Guard senior leaders talked about how industry and the military can work together to creatively and efficiently bring systems with lethality, survivability and readiness to the warfighter.

Marine Corps Systems Command closed out Women's History Month April 1 with guest speaker Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, an Olympic gold medalist from Dale City, Va. She spoke to MCSC employees about this year's Women's History Theme, "Women of Character, Courage and Commitment." Fitzgerald Mosley was the first African-American woman and just the second American woman to win Olympic gold in the 100-meter hurdles at the 1984 Olympic Games. She now serves as chief of organizational excellence for the U.S. Olympic Committee. - Marine Corps Systems Command closed out Women's History Month April 1 with guest speaker Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, an Olympic gold medalist from Dale City, Va. She spoke to MCSC employees about this year's Women's History Theme, "Women of Character, Courage and Commitment." Fitzgerald Mosley was the first African-American woman and just the second American woman to win Olympic gold in the 100-meter hurdles at the 1984 Olympic Games. She now serves as chief of organizational excellence for the U.S. Olympic Committee.

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