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Jason Hessler, an Automated Message Handling System support engineer, trains Marines from Marine Corps Installations West G-6 on the Hyper-Converged Infrastructure system Jan. 11, aboard Camp Pendleton, California. HCI is a virtualization solution that replaces traditional servers, and combines storage and compute functions into a single machine to save cost, energy and space. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Information Systems and Infrastructure recently installed the technology at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, and Camp Pendleton, California, to support Organizational Messaging Service, which is used to send operational and administrative messages across the Corps. (Courtesy photo) - Jason Hessler, an Automated Message Handling System support engineer, trains Marines from Marine Corps Installations West G-6 on the Hyper-Converged Infrastructure system Jan. 11, aboard Camp Pendleton, California. HCI is a virtualization solution that replaces traditional servers, and combines storage and compute functions into a single machine to save cost, energy and space. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Information Systems and Infrastructure recently installed the technology at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, and Camp Pendleton, California, to support Organizational Messaging Service, which is used to send operational and administrative messages across the Corps. (Courtesy photo)

Marines from Marine Corps Systems Command’s Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, run operational checks on an Amphibious Assault Vehicle Survivability Upgrade Feb. 3. Marine amtrackers—a nickname for amphibious vehicle operators and maintainers—assigned to AVTB serve as test directors and executors for future amphibious vehicle platforms being developed for the Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Monique Randolph) - Marines from Marine Corps Systems Command’s Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, run operational checks on an Amphibious Assault Vehicle Survivability Upgrade Feb. 3. Marine amtrackers—a nickname for amphibious vehicle operators and maintainers—assigned to AVTB serve as test directors and executors for future amphibious vehicle platforms being developed for the Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Monique Randolph)

The Marine Corps officially transitioned to sustainment the official data source Marines use to assess manpower and equipment requirements. Total Force Structure Management System is the robust enterprise system that receives, processes, stores and disseminates force structure information for the entire Marine Corps. This information depicts how a specific unit is organized in terms of number, types of personnel and associated equipment in order to perform assigned missions. Data is then used by leaders at all levels to determine current and future strategic needs. (U.S. Marine Corps illustration by Jennifer Sevier) - The Marine Corps officially transitioned to sustainment the official data source Marines use to assess manpower and equipment requirements. Total Force Structure Management System is the robust enterprise system that receives, processes, stores and disseminates force structure information for the entire Marine Corps. This information depicts how a specific unit is organized in terms of number, types of personnel and associated equipment in order to perform assigned missions. Data is then used by leaders at all levels to determine current and future strategic needs. (U.S. Marine Corps illustration by Jennifer Sevier)

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