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M.A.C.E. in Afghanistan

By Jet Fabara, Marine Corps Forces Central Command

M.A.C.E. in Afghanistan
When ingenuity and engineering meet in the combat zone -- designs like the Mobile Area Cordon Equipment stop would-be attackers in their tracks. Conceptualized by U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Terran Mace, Georgian Liason Team joint fires observer, whose unit experienced a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device detonation outside of Bagram Airfield September 2017, the MACE device is designed to keep U.S. and coalition servicemembers safe within a cordon. Interviews: 00:00:24 U.S. Marine Corps Cpl Terran Mace Joint Fires Observer, Georgian Liaison Team & 6th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company 00:00:56 Angel Cruz Lead Engineer, Rapid Equipping Force Ex Lab
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When ingenuity and engineering meet in the combat zone -- designs like the Mobile Area Cordon Equipment stop would-be attackers in their tracks.

Conceptualized by U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Terran Mace, Georgian Liason Team joint fires observer, whose unit experienced a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device detonation outside of Bagram Airfield September 2017, the MACE device is designed to keep U.S. and coalition servicemembers safe within a cordon.

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