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Two uniformed marines and one civilian gather around an open box while one inspects a camera.
220309-M-MI258-1003.JPG Photo By: Marine Sgt. Andy O. Martinez

Apr 20, 2022
MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. - From left, Jose Reyna Jr., digital media systems contract logistics specialist, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Wade Spradlin, project officer, and Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo, Marine Corps Forces Reserve, inspects the gear in the new Visual Information Acquisition System March 9, 2022. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Digital Media System’s program office is fielding the new systems that include a mirrorless camera with significant low light capabilities and additional lenses for still imagery, a handheld UHD 4k camcorder for videography and updated laptops for mobile workstations. (Photo by Marine Sgt. Andy O. Martinez)


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