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Master Sgt. Kevin Morris (left), project officer for Marine Corps water systems at Marine Corps Systems Command, holds up the filtration system for the small unit water purifier prototype during a demonstration for Marines with 2nd Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Lejeune, North Carolina May 9. The prototype is designed for platoon-level units and smaller. The system weighs approximately 75 pounds and allows a platoon-size element of Marines to purify 7-10 gallons of water per hour from local water sources. - Master Sgt. Kevin Morris (left), project officer for Marine Corps water systems at Marine Corps Systems Command, holds up the filtration system for the small unit water purifier prototype during a demonstration for Marines with 2nd Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Lejeune, North Carolina May 9. The prototype is designed for platoon-level units and smaller. The system weighs approximately 75 pounds and allows a platoon-size element of Marines to purify 7-10 gallons of water per hour from local water sources.

A Marine with the 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, operates Joint Battle Command-Platform inside a vehicle during Network Integration Evaluation 14.2 at Fort Bliss, Texas. About 900 Marines joined the Soldiers of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division at the evaluation, which serves as an operational laboratory to incrementally enhance the Army's tactical network. JBC-P, a new situational awareness capability for the Army and Marine Corps, is built with today's force in mind featuring touch-to-zoom maps, drag-and-drop icons and a Google Earth-like interface. - A Marine with the 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, operates Joint Battle Command-Platform inside a vehicle during Network Integration Evaluation 14.2 at Fort Bliss, Texas. About 900 Marines joined the Soldiers of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division at the evaluation, which serves as an operational laboratory to incrementally enhance the Army's tactical network. JBC-P, a new situational awareness capability for the Army and Marine Corps, is built with today's force in mind featuring touch-to-zoom maps, drag-and-drop icons and a Google Earth-like interface.

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