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210812-N-GB257-002 Charleston, S.C. (August 12, 2021) Railcars holding nearly 200 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTVs) await integration at Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina. The command integrated its 1,000th JLTV on Aug. 13, a short eight months after the specialized work was fully consolidated in one location. (U.S. Navy photo by Joe Bullinger/Released) - 210812-N-GB257-002 Charleston, S.C. (August 12, 2021) Railcars holding nearly 200 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTVs) await integration at Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina. The command integrated its 1,000th JLTV on Aug. 13, a short eight months after the specialized work was fully consolidated in one location. (U.S. Navy photo by Joe Bullinger/Released)

US Marine Corps Lt. Col. Timothy J. Smith, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory Science and Technology Logistics Combat Element branch head, receives the US Army Transportation School Chief of Transportation’s Coin from US Army Brig. Gen. Beth A. Behn, US Army Transportation School chief of transportation, for his work regarding Marine Corps capabilities during Project Convergence Capstone 4, March 5, 2024 at Camp Pendleton, CA.PC-C4 is an Army-hosted, all-Service and multinational experiment. During PC-C4, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory tested new technologies and capabilities and emerging concepts, including the multi-domain corridor. The Marine Corps’ participation in PC-C4 supported Force Design initiatives, integrated Joint force and Coalition capabilities into experimentation, and demonstrated the Marine Corps' commitment to the Joint Warfighting Concept. (US Marine Corps photo by Kevin Ray J. Salvador) - US Marine Corps Lt. Col. Timothy J. Smith, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory Science and Technology Logistics Combat Element branch head, receives the US Army Transportation School Chief of Transportation’s Coin from US Army Brig. Gen. Beth A. Behn, US Army Transportation School chief of transportation, for his work regarding Marine Corps capabilities during Project Convergence Capstone 4, March 5, 2024 at Camp Pendleton, CA. PC-C4 is an Army-hosted, all-Service and multinational experiment. During PC-C4, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory tested new technologies and capabilities and emerging concepts, including the multi-domain corridor. The Marine Corps’ participation in PC-C4 supported Force Design initiatives, integrated Joint force and Coalition capabilities into experimentation, and demonstrated the Marine Corps' commitment to the Joint Warfighting Concept. (US Marine Corps photo by Kevin Ray J. Salvador)

The Stern Landing Vessel, a modified oil-rig industry off-shore support vessel, prepares to drop its ramp onto the beach in order to load cargo as part of Project Convergence Capstone 4, Feb. 22, 2024 at the Del Mar Boat Basin, Camp Pendleton, CA. The Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory contracted the SLV to experiment with maneuver and sustainment options for Stand-In Forces to inform the development of the Medium Landing Ship (LSM). PC-C4 is an Army-hosted, all-Service and multinational experiment. During PC-C4, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory tested new technologies and capabilities and emerging concepts, including the multi-domain corridor. Marine Corps participation in PC-C4 supported Force Design initiatives, integrated Joint force and coalition capabilities into experimentation, and demonstrated the Marine Corps' commitment to the Joint Warfighting Concept. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Trent Henry) - The Stern Landing Vessel, a modified oil-rig industry off-shore support vessel, prepares to drop its ramp onto the beach in order to load cargo as part of Project Convergence Capstone 4, Feb. 22, 2024 at the Del Mar Boat Basin, Camp Pendleton, CA. The Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory contracted the SLV to experiment with maneuver and sustainment options for Stand-In Forces to inform the development of the Medium Landing Ship (LSM). PC-C4 is an Army-hosted, all-Service and multinational experiment. During PC-C4, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory tested new technologies and capabilities and emerging concepts, including the multi-domain corridor. Marine Corps participation in PC-C4 supported Force Design initiatives, integrated Joint force and coalition capabilities into experimentation, and demonstrated the Marine Corps' commitment to the Joint Warfighting Concept. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Trent Henry)

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