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At the Report to Industry event during Modern Day Marine aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico in September, a panel of three key figures in Marine Corps acquisition gave a loud and clear message to the hundreds of industry members in the audience: Our budget might be shrinking, but the need for new technologies and equipment is going to stay the same. The three-person panel at the event consisted of Ariane Whittemore, Assistant Deputy Commandant, Programs and Resources, Headquarters Marine Corps; Bill Taylor, Program Executive Officer Land Systems (PEO LS); and Brigadier General Frank Kelley, Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC).
121009-M-RR356-002.JPG Photo By: Carden Hedelt, MCSC Corporate Communications

Oct 9, 2012
At the Report to Industry event during Modern Day Marine aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico in September, a panel of three key figures in Marine Corps acquisition gave a loud and clear message to the hundreds of industry members in the audience: Our budget might be shrinking, but the need for new technologies and equipment is going to stay the same. The three-person panel at the event consisted of Ariane Whittemore, Assistant Deputy Commandant, Programs and Resources, Headquarters Marine Corps; Bill Taylor, Program Executive Officer Land Systems (PEO LS); and Brigadier General Frank Kelley, Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC).


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