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Brig. Gen. Joseph Shrader, commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, speaks with leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Land Capability Group on Dismounted Soldier Systems during the group’s biannual meeting aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico on April 5. LCG DSS is part of the NATO Army Armaments Group, one of the three main armaments groups subordinate to NATO's Conference of National Armaments Directors. NAAG’s mission is to support nations in achieving the objectives of NATO land force armaments cooperation. It promotes interoperability of alliance and partner armed forces by means of information exchange, materiel standardization and cooperative activities. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Emily Greene) - Brig. Gen. Joseph Shrader, commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, speaks with leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Land Capability Group on Dismounted Soldier Systems during the group’s biannual meeting aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico on April 5. LCG DSS is part of the NATO Army Armaments Group, one of the three main armaments groups subordinate to NATO's Conference of National Armaments Directors. NAAG’s mission is to support nations in achieving the objectives of NATO land force armaments cooperation. It promotes interoperability of alliance and partner armed forces by means of information exchange, materiel standardization and cooperative activities. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Emily Greene)

The Marine Corps fielded its first tactical information system to come standard with Windows 10 in February. The Combat Operations Center software release 6.0.4 and accompanying hardware deliver improved security and efficiency to Marines in the fleet. The release refreshed computers and software used in Marine combat operations centers, which are tent facilities that serve as the hub for command and control for Marine Corps operations ashore. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa Martens) - The Marine Corps fielded its first tactical information system to come standard with Windows 10 in February. The Combat Operations Center software release 6.0.4 and accompanying hardware deliver improved security and efficiency to Marines in the fleet. The release refreshed computers and software used in Marine combat operations centers, which are tent facilities that serve as the hub for command and control for Marine Corps operations ashore. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa Martens)

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