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Marines from Training and Education Command fire the M777 Lightweight 155mm Howitzer during a demonstration Oct. 20, aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. During the demonstration, employees from Marine Corps Systems Command’s Ammunition Program Management Office gained first-hand experience of field artillery Marines in action to inform their work behind the scenes at MCSC. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Mathuel Browne) - Marines from Training and Education Command fire the M777 Lightweight 155mm Howitzer during a demonstration Oct. 20, aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. During the demonstration, employees from Marine Corps Systems Command’s Ammunition Program Management Office gained first-hand experience of field artillery Marines in action to inform their work behind the scenes at MCSC. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Mathuel Browne)

Sgt. Mathew W. Dearborn, data networking specialist with 4th Medical Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group, Marine Forces Reserve, searches a simulated casualty during Exercise Global Medic at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 17, 2016. Theater Medical Information Program-Marine Corps, the Corps’ version of the joint medical software that supports medical providers in tactical environments, was put to the test during the medical exercise. The service-wide medical software suite gives medical units the tools they need to better locate, diagnosis and provide individualized care through each step of the medical process. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa Martens/Released) - Sgt. Mathew W. Dearborn, data networking specialist with 4th Medical Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group, Marine Forces Reserve, searches a simulated casualty during Exercise Global Medic at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 17, 2016. Theater Medical Information Program-Marine Corps, the Corps’ version of the joint medical software that supports medical providers in tactical environments, was put to the test during the medical exercise. The service-wide medical software suite gives medical units the tools they need to better locate, diagnosis and provide individualized care through each step of the medical process. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa Martens/Released)

Ms. Jaimie Reese, deputy to the commander for Resource Management at Marine Corps Systems Command, gives remarks during her Senior Executive Service induction Oct. 27 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Reese joined the MCSC team in July, after serving as deputy director of the Business and Civilian Resources Division in the Navy’s Financial management and Comptroller, Office of Budget. - Ms. Jaimie Reese, deputy to the commander for Resource Management at Marine Corps Systems Command, gives remarks during her Senior Executive Service induction Oct. 27 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. Reese joined the MCSC team in July, after serving as deputy director of the Business and Civilian Resources Division in the Navy’s Financial management and Comptroller, Office of Budget.

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