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A Marine conducts virtual training on Virtual Battlespace 3 in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Live Virtual Constructive Training Environment will enable Marines to train for mission essential tasks through training and readiness events to increase combat readiness while at their home station, at service-level training venues, and while deployed.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Alexis C. Schneider)
A U.S. Marine with 2nd Marine Division uses a Supporting Arms Virtual Trainer (SAVT) in Camp Lejeune, N.C., Jan. 26, 2017. Live Virtual Constructive Training Environment will combine enable interoperability with legacy training systems such as SAVT. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Abraham Lopez)
Program Executive Officer Land Systems Ground-Based Air Defense Program Manager, Don Kelley, engages with Combat Development Directorate Director Col. Stephen Lightfoot, Deputy Commandant for Programs and Resources Brig. Gen. Daniel Shipley, Assistant Deputy Commandant for Combat Development and Integration Brig. Gen. Mark Clingan, and Program Executive Officer Land Systems Stephen Bowdren, following a successful test demonstration of the system at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, June 30, 2022. The MRIC prototype is the Marine Corps’ proposed new counter-cruise missile capability. During the test, the MRIC prototype successfully hit several simultaneously-launched cruise missile targets. (U.S. Army photo by John Hamilton)
Program Executive Officer Land Systems Ground-Based Air Defense Program Manager, Don Kelley, engages with Combat Development Directorate Director Col. Stephen Lightfoot, Deputy Commandant for Programs and Resources Brig. Gen. Daniel Shipley, Assistant Deputy Commandant for Combat Development and Integration Brig. Gen. Mark Clingan, and Program Executive Officer Land Systems Stephen Bowdren, following a successful test demonstration of the system at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, June 30, 2022. The MRIC prototype is the Marine Corps’ proposed new counter-cruise missile capability. During the test, the MRIC prototype successfully hit several simultaneously-launched cruise missile targets. (U.S. Army photo by John Hamilton)
Program Executive Officer Land Systems Ground-Based Air Defense Program Manager, Don Kelley, shows the expeditionary launcher of the Medium-Range Intercept Capability prototype to Marine Corps senior leaders following a successful test demonstration of the system at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, June 30, 2022. The MRIC prototype is the Marine Corps’ proposed new counter-cruise missile capability. During the test, the MRIC prototype successfully hit several simultaneously-launched cruise missile targets. (U.S. Army photo by John Hamilton)
Cpl. Cecilia J. Del Rio, right, and Sgt. Louis L. Hall, network administrators with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit Command Element, set up a Network-On-The-Move Air system within a MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft
A small unmanned aerial system flies over Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, California. Program Executive Officer Land Systems recently started delivering the Installation-Counter small Unmanned Aircraft Systems system to select Marine Corps installations. Known as I-CsUAS, the system is designed to protect Marine Corps installations by detecting, identifying, tracking and defeating small UASes such as commercially-available drones. (U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Drew Verbis)
Quantico Middle/High School Students explore Alternative Energy Sources during Summer STEM Camp Program
Quantico Middle/High School Students explore Alternative Energy Sources during Summer STEM Camp Program
Quantico Middle/High School Students explore Alternative Energy Sources during Summer STEM Camp Program
Quantico Middle/High School Students explore Alternative Energy Sources during Summer STEM Camp Program
Lt. Col. Jeff Steinkamp, the product manager for Future Weapons Systems for Program Manager, Ground-Based Air Defense at Program Executive Officer Land Systems, received the Higgins Award.
Jay Stefany, principal civilian deputy to Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Research, Development and Acquisition, was the keynote speaker during the Acquisition Excellence Awards.
Brig. Gen. David C. Walsh, commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, addresses the crowd during the Acquisition Excellence Awards June 28 at Marine Corps Base Quantico.
The Marine Corps’ new JLTV trailer comes loaded with features such as a step assist in the rear, air brakes, removable side rails, a 12v electrical hookup in the front and a storage compartment. Offering 147 cubic feet of storage space and already coming painted green from the factory, the JLTV-T propels the light tactical vehicle fleet toward Force Design 2030. Marine Expeditionary Units and Divisions are expected to concurrently receive initial shipments of the trailer beginning fiscal year 2022. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Samantha Bates)
The Marine Corps’ new JLTV-Trailer comes loaded with features such as a step assist in the rear, air brakes, removable side rails, a 12v electrical hook in the front and a storage compartment. Offering 147 cubic feet of storage space and already coming painted green from the factory, the JLTV-T propels the light tactical vehicle fleet toward Force Design 2030. Marine Expeditionary Units and Divisions are expected to concurrently receive initial shipments of the trailer beginning fiscal year 2022. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Samantha Bates)
The Marine Corps’ new JLTV-Trailer comes loaded with features such as a 12v electrical hookup in the front, a storage compartment, a step assist in the rear, and removable side rails. Marine Expeditionary Units and Divisions are expected to concurrently receive initial shipments of the trailer beginning fiscal year 2022. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Samantha Bates)
Outgoing Marine Corps Systems Command commander, Brig. Gen. Arthur J. Pasagian (left), shakes hands with incoming commander Brig. Gen. David C. Walsh following a Change of Command June 9 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Andrew Reynolds).
U.S. Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Arthur J. Pasagian passes the Marine Corps flag to Brig. Gen. David C. Walsh signifying the change of command at Marine Corps Systems Command during a June 9 ceremony, which at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. MCSC Sergeant Major Allen B. Goodyear salutes the two generals (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Tyler Mann).
the Mk22 Mod 0 Advanced Sniper Rifle