Marine Corps awards contract for lighter-weight body armor to better fit all Marines - U.S. Marines assigned to Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment load their M16A4 rifle magazines before conducting a live-fire marksmanship event Aug. 6. Marine Corps Systems Command awarded a contract to produce Plate Carrier Generation III body armor– a move that will help Marines increase their mobility and keep them safe through training and deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)
MCTSSA Marine rushes to aid car crash victim - Brig. Gen. A.J. (left) Pasagian, commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, presents Capt. Michael Bates (right), a Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity Marine, with the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal at MCTSSA headquarters Sept. 12, for life-saving actions he took while off-duty this summer near Knoxville, Tennessee. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sky M. Laron)
MCSC supports 2018 Modern Day Marine Expo - A Marine from Marine Corps Systems Command meets attendees at Modern Day Marine Military Exposition 2017. MCSC will display many capabilities and pieces of equipment at this year’s expo Sept. 25-27, aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Sevier)
MCTSSA personnel welcomes Vietnam veterans, share legacy - Then 1st Lt. Ken Brown poses in front of his unit in Danang, South Vietnam in 1970. Brown, a retired Marine Colonel and former Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity commanding officer, was part of a group of Vietnam veterans from Marine Air Support Squadron 3 that toured MCTSSA's headquarters aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton this summer. (Courtesy photo)
Corps looks to increase comms, lethality with next-gen hearing system - The Marine Corps released a request for information for a suite of hearing enhancement devices to help Marines communicate better and increase their lethality on the battlefield.
Marine Corps Systems Command will assess industry’s capability to provide devices that are compatible with Marine Corps radios and the Marine Corps Enhanced Combat Helmet. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Ezekiel Kitandwe)