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General: Marine Corps Future Force will include the VTOL family of systems

A US Marine UH-1Y Venom helicopter prepares to land at an arming and refueling point at Marine Corps Base Hawaii on February 3. The Marine Corps plans to replace its rotary-wing aircraft is moving towards a concept called the VTOL family of systems. US MARINE CORPS / Cpl. Dalton J. Payne ARLINGTON, Va. — The […]

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How the Marine Corps Uses IT to Defeat Evolving Threats > US Marine Corps Flagship Product > News View

MARINE CORPS BASED QUANTICO, Virginia — Each year, Marine Corps Systems Command acquires a range of ground-based innovations designed to meet the needs of warfighters. This includes infantry weapons, fire support technologies, communications equipment, intelligence systems and much more. Most of these capabilities share a common thread: information technology. “You’d be hard-pressed to name any […]

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Marine squadron first to complete transition to CH-53K

A CH-53K King Stallion (right) and a CH-53E Super Stallion are staged during a redesignation ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, Jan. 24, 2022. US MARINE CORPS / Lance Cpl. Elias E. Pimentel III MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, NC – The CH-53K King Stallion heavy-lift helicopter now powers an […]

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US Marine Corps Archives – Page 236 of 240

A Pakistani policeman guards a road used by NATO trucks on Monday. The United States will use the route to begin removing military hardware from Afghanistan. Associated Press Photo The mass withdrawal of materiel from Afghanistan began on Monday when nearly 50 containers of weapons and equipment began leaving via Pakistani supply routes, the Associated […]

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With the first on-board radar running, Raytheon is looking to upgrade SPY-6 for distributed operations

WASHINGTON — Even as Raytheon Missiles and Defense builds and installs its first SPY-6 radars, it is also working with the US Navy to add new functions to the radars with a software tool that would connect ships’ radars for a better view of threats. potential on the ocean. Four versions of the SPY-6 radar […]

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Sailor killed in California crash while helping motorists

A US Navy was killed early Monday morning in southern California when struck by a box truck while assisting motorists on the side of the freeway, authorities said. The Marine had helped a couple in an SUV that crashed on Interstate 5 in Oceanside, Calif., About 55 miles north of San Diego, around 3:30 a.m. […]

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Navy CH-53Ks Partners with Navy to Test Future Concepts of Force Operations

United States Marine Corps Pfc. Zackary Riffle with Combat Logistics Battalion 24, Combat Logistics Regiment 2, 2nd Marine Logistics Group waits for a CH-53K King Stallion to take off during an Albatross Helicopter Support Team operation from the tactical landing zone at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Nov. 19. US MARINE CORPS / Lance Cpl. Meshaq Hylton […]

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Guard kills knife wielding person at entrance to Marine Corps recruit depot in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (AP) – A guard on Friday shot dead a knife-wielding person at the front door of the Marine Corps recruiting depot in San Diego, authorities said. The shooting took place around noon, San Diego police said. A car attempted to enter the depot through the gate 5 checkpoint and the guards warned it […]

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Marine Corps relies on CMOSS and SOSA open systems standards for infantry, vehicles and command posts

QUANTICO, Virginia – US Marine Corps electronic systems integrators study the industry to find companies capable of designing and building circuit boards, chassis and enclosures, as well as electronic subsystems that align with standards. open CMOSS and SOSA systems for a wide variety of future combat applications. Officials from Marine Corps Systems Command at Quantico […]

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US Marine Corps rebuffs report Royal Marines ‘dominated’ in training exercise

During a Marine Corps exercise at Twentynine Palms, the Daily Telegraph reported that the United States Marine Corps requested a ‘reset’ after the British defeated them halfway through a mock battle five-day trip to Twentynine Palms. The publication wrote that the Royal Marines 40 Commando “towered over” the US troops and forced them into a […]

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A small Australian boat with an American communication module in tests for an urgent need for the Marine Corps

WASHINGTON – The mashup of a small, security-designed Australian boat and an American suite of sensors and communications that helped Marines secure Kabul airport during the August evacuation could help fill a gap capability gap as the US Marine Corps plans to divide operations into the Pacific. Australian company Whiskey Project is showcasing its Multi-Mission […]

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United States Marine Corps Archives – Page 229 of 233

Sean Stackley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (ASN) (Research, Development, and Acquisition (RDA), currently leads the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps acquisition programs under the Department of the Department’s most fiscally austere budget. Defense of recent memory. He has led the GDR since 2008 and has overseen some of the Navy’s most complex shipbuilding programs. […]

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ARC Develops AI/ML Maintenance Platform for US Marine Corps Under SBIR Phase III Contract

Arms Research Society (ARC) will develop a predictive maintenance platform for crew-served weapons for the United States Marine Corps under the company’s recently awarded five-year contract, $60 million SBIR Phase III contract. The SBIR Phase III contract with the Department of Defense and General Services Administration enables the ARC to develop systems in support of […]

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United States Marine Corps Archives – Page 228 of 232

Sean Stackley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (ASN) (Research, Development and Acquisition (RDA), currently leads the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps acquisition programs under the Department of the Department’s most fiscally austere budget. Defense of recent memory. He has led the GDR since 2008 and has overseen some of the Navy’s most complex shipbuilding programs. […]

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Kaman unveils medium transport drone to replenish distributed Marine Corps forces

WASHINGTON – Kaman this week unveils an unmanned medium-lift quadcopter designed to solve the biggest challenge in the Marine Corps Forward Expeditionary Basic Concept of Operations: the resupply of small units of Marines scattered around island chains. Kaman’s KARGO unmanned aerial vehicle has been designed from the ground up over the past nine months to […]

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BAE Systems to arm Marine ACV armored fighting vehicle with 30 millimeter cannon to bolster amphibious assault

QUANTICO, Virginia – US Marine Corps amphibious warfare experts ask BAE Systems to design a high-fire version of the Amphibious Fighting Vehicle (ACV) armed with a 30-millimeter gun as part of an order for 27, $ 8 million announced Friday. Officials from Marine Corps Systems Command at Quantico Marine Base, Va., Direct BAE Systems Platforms […]

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U.S. Navy Commander’s visit highlights cooperation and partnership with AFP

The commander of the United States Marine Corps was in the country for two days over the weekend where he stressed the importance of the United States-Philippine alliance and discussed the commitments with local military officials. General David Berger met with Philippine Armed Forces (AFP) Vice Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Erickson Gloria, Navy Chief, […]

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Raytheon JPALS Proposed for Maritime Expeditionary Use

CJ Jaynes of Raytheon discusses the Joint Precision Aircraft Landing System at Sea-Air-Space 2021. SOLAR PHOTOGRAPHY NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Raytheon has developed a version of its Joint Precision Aircraft Landing System (JPALS) designed for expeditionary airfields, which it offers as ideal for Marine Corps expeditionary base operations. JPALS is a landing system based on […]

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Navy Uses New Aircraft Manipulator On Board For The First Time In An Operational Environment | thebaynet.com | TheBayNet.com

Tom Tuominen, Chief Test Support Engineer, and Ruben Montenegro, Boatswain’s Mate (ABH2) Aviation Boatswain’s Mate, test the Shipboard Aircraft Handler in the hangar of CVN 75 on June 16. (Photo by US Navy) NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND, PATUXENT RIVER, Maryland – The Common Aviation Support Equipment Program Office (PMA-260) Onboard Aircraft Manager (SAH) was first […]

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Navy uses new aircraft manager on board for the first time in an operational environment

NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND, RIVIÈRE PATUXENT, Md.– The Common Aviation Support Equipment Program Office (PMA-260) Onboard Aircraft Manager (SAH) was first used in an operational environment aboard the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in June . Tom Tuominen, Chief Test Support Engineer, and Ruben Montenegro, Boatswain’s Mate, Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (ABH2), test the Shipboard […]

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US Marine Corps turns to 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies to produce spare parts

QUANTICO MARINE BASE, Virginia – The Marine Corps wants to establish a secure digital repository that Marines everywhere can tap into for help building needed spares with 3D printers. USNI News reports. Continue reading the original article Military and aerospace electronics takes: July 19, 2021 — The Marine Corps today has a digital repository created […]

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The first Marine Corps load-bearing capacity F-35C squadron is fully operational

The first Marine Corps F-35C squadron has reached full operational capability. This status means that the squadron is fully prepared and equipped for deployment and combat. The F-35C is specially designed for aircraft carrier operations. Loading Something is loading. The United States Marine Corps‘ first F-35C Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter Squadron has reached full […]

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NSWC IHD CAD / PAD Emergency Needs Assistance for Marine Corps Presidential Helicopter Squadron> Naval Sea Systems Command> Registered News Module

Indian Head, Maryland – Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division (NSWC IHD) Cartridge Actuated Devices / Propellant Actuated Devices (CAD / PAD) has been advised that there is an impact on a US Marine Corps MV-22B attached to the Presidential Helicopter Squadron ( HMX-1), May 17. Due to the impact, the aircraft was immobilized […]

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Troy E. Black: highest-ranking enlisted Marine discusses process to recreate training uniform

The best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. Many adjectives describe the Marine Corps. How about this one: complete. The Marines are in the middle of a program of extensive testing for something that may seem simple: a new training uniform. […]

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Sailor aboard USS Boxer in San Diego becomes first shipboard sailor to test positive for COVID-19

SAN DIEGO – A sailor aboard the amphibious assault ship Boxer has tested positive for COVID-19, becoming the first US Navy sailor to do so, the Navy said in a statement on Sunday. The sailor, whose official status is “presumptive positive” until confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is now in isolation […]

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Marines revisit UAS Group 5 requirements on board ships after industry warnings of high cost

The Office of Naval Research and DARPA are collaborating on Project Tern to give small forward-deployed vessels the ability to serve as mobile launch and recovery sites for medium-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aerial systems that would provide ISR and other capabilities. DARPA rendering. SAN DIEGO – The Marine Corps is re-examining the requirements for its Amphibious […]