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Marine Corps Systems Command

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Corps fields next-generation body armor to Marines
Corps fields next-generation body armor to Marines
UCSD Medical Center requesting MCSC’s help to support COVID-19 crisis
MCTSSA improves shipboard communication for Marines
MCTSSA Marines recognized for naval integration efforts
Marines test grenade launcher during fielding event
Marines test grenade launcher during fielding event
Marines test grenade launcher during fielding event
MCSC awards contract to produce the Squad Common Optic
Marines test new night vision goggles in realistic setting
Marines test new night vision goggles in realistic setting
MCSC revamps leadership development program
MCSC revamps leadership development program
MCSC revamps leadership development program
MCSC approves procurement of new intercom system
Marines to receive new, lightweight ammo for machine gun
Modeling, simulation training systems prepare Marines for battle
Modeling, simulation training systems prepare Marines for battle
Master Sgt. Tommy “TJ” Pittman repairs an Assault Amphibious Vehicle in 1991. He, along with several other team members from the Advanced Amphibious Assault program office, were deployed to Saudi Arabia to upgrade AAVs during Operation Desert Shield. Pittman served the amphibious assault community for nearly 50 years, first as an enlisted amphibious vehicle operator for 24 years, then as a logistician with PM AAA at Program Executive Officer Land Systems for another 24 years. Pittman retired from federal civil service in December 2019. (Courtesy photo from Tommy Pittman)
Then-Lance Cpl. Tommy “TJ” Pittman rides in a Landing Vehicle Tracked P5, one of many predecessors to the Corps’ upcoming Amphibious Combat Vehicle, in this photo from February 1973.  Pittman served the amphibious assault community for nearly 50 years, first as an enlisted amphibious vehicle operator for 24 years, then as a logistician with the Advanced Amphibious Assault program office at Program Executive Officer Land Systems for another 24 years. Pittman retired from federal civil service in December 2019. (Courtesy photo from Tommy Pittman)