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Capt. Jerald Feehery, a project officer with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, demonstrates the Augmented Immersive Team Trainer Oct. 15 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. AITT uses augmented reality to superimpose virtual objects—from aircraft to buildings—onto a real environment. The system is being transferred from the Office of Naval Research to Marine Corps Systems Command’s Training Systems for further testing and development before it is fielded and used to train Marine forward observers and tactical air controllers. - Capt. Jerald Feehery, a project officer with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, demonstrates the Augmented Immersive Team Trainer Oct. 15 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. AITT uses augmented reality to superimpose virtual objects—from aircraft to buildings—onto a real environment. The system is being transferred from the Office of Naval Research to Marine Corps Systems Command’s Training Systems for further testing and development before it is fielded and used to train Marine forward observers and tactical air controllers.

A Marine with Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, fires on virtual targets with an Mk-19 automatic grenade launcher during training at the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Aug. 5, 2015. The ISMT—used to train Marines on Mk 19s, M2 50-caliber machine guns, M240 medium machine guns and M16 service rifles—will be part of the Marine Corps Systems Command display at Marine Week Phoenix Sept. 10-13. - A Marine with Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, fires on virtual targets with an Mk-19 automatic grenade launcher during training at the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Aug. 5, 2015. The ISMT—used to train Marines on Mk 19s, M2 50-caliber machine guns, M240 medium machine guns and M16 service rifles—will be part of the Marine Corps Systems Command display at Marine Week Phoenix Sept. 10-13.

Sgt. Ndubisi Ejiofor (left) and Sgt. Eryca Salas from the I Marine Expeditionary Force Civil Affairs Unit at Camp Pendleton, Calif., use smart phones equipped with the Marine Civil Information Management System during a training scenario that simulated a catastrophic typhoon disaster. MCSC developed MARCIMS to allow Marine civil affair teams to collect and upload information on the availability of medical, water, sewer or other facilities needed to execute relief or other civil operations. - Sgt. Ndubisi Ejiofor (left) and Sgt. Eryca Salas from the I Marine Expeditionary Force Civil Affairs Unit at Camp Pendleton, Calif., use smart phones equipped with the Marine Civil Information Management System during a training scenario that simulated a catastrophic typhoon disaster. MCSC developed MARCIMS to allow Marine civil affair teams to collect and upload information on the availability of medical, water, sewer or other facilities needed to execute relief or other civil operations.

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