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Staff Sgt. Andrew Eichelberger, motorcycle instructor with 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance, instructs during the Riders’ Essential Skills Training aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif. Marine motorcycle operators are required to take motorcycle rider safety training, and Marine Corps Installation Command’s Safety Division maintains a fleet of motorcycles and all-terrain and light utility vehicles for that purpose. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Cross-Competency Analysis Team, or CAT, created the Safety Vehicle Fleet Lifecycle Management Tool to assist MCICOM in forecasting replacement assets for the safety program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Scott Reel) - Staff Sgt. Andrew Eichelberger, motorcycle instructor with 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance, instructs during the Riders’ Essential Skills Training aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif. Marine motorcycle operators are required to take motorcycle rider safety training, and Marine Corps Installation Command’s Safety Division maintains a fleet of motorcycles and all-terrain and light utility vehicles for that purpose. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Cross-Competency Analysis Team, or CAT, created the Safety Vehicle Fleet Lifecycle Management Tool to assist MCICOM in forecasting replacement assets for the safety program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Scott Reel)

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.

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