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  1. Marines Size Up Laser Weapons

    ... will be large and draw high levels of power. For the Marines to be able to employ these laser weapons, the technologies must be as ... develop directed energy technologies, including lasers the Marines can use to counter air, ground, surface and subsurface unmanned system ...

  2. Services Face Similar Challenges But Take Different Approaches to Cyber

    ... Communication-Electronics School, acknowledged that the Marines are not as experienced as the Army in cyber. The force is looking to ...

  3. Marine Corps Lab Imagines Weapons of the Future

    ...  Marines exit a vehicle onto the beach during a recent amphibious landing exercise at Kin Blue Beach in Okinawa, Japan. The Marines need advanced technologies that will not limit their mobility. ...

  4. Table of Contents: January 2018

    ... the weapon systems on guided missile destroyers. —Marines Size Up Laser Weapons Marine Corps Lab Imagines Weapons of ...

  5. January 2018

    ... the weapon systems on guided missile destroyers. —Marines Size Up Laser Weapons Marine Corps Lab Imagines Weapons of ...

  6. Keeping Up With a New Kind of Enemy

    ... secure wireless network capabilities will help the U.S. Marines increase mobility, says Brig. Gen. Dennis Crall, USMC. ... and better data processing and acquisition methods for Marines. But the U.S. government’s “seemingly habitual” continuing ...

  7. Ride Wave of Consequence With PACOM

    ... than 375,000 personnel, including Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and DOD civilians who stand watch over half of the Earth. ...

  8. Disruptive by Design: A Millennial Imagines the Air Force of 2050

    ... solutions, save time and improve quality of life. The Marines are using virtual reality for training to call for live fire. In ...

  9. The Marine Corps Adds Pre-Deployment Virtual Training

    ... for individual Marines through senior Commanders and battle staff. The virtual training ...

  10. General Dynamics to Provide CAC2 Systems for the Marines

    August 25, 2017 General Dynamics Missions Systems Incorporation, Scottsdale, Arizona, is being awarded a $37,136,744 firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for the full rate production of the Common Aviation Command and...

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