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US Marine Corps Lt. Col. Timothy J. Smith, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory Science and Technology Logistics Combat Element branch head, receives the US Army Transportation School Chief of Transportation’s Coin from US Army Brig. Gen. Beth A. Behn, US Army Transportation School chief of transportation, for his work regarding Marine Corps capabilities during Project Convergence Capstone 4, March 5, 2024 at Camp Pendleton, CA.PC-C4 is an Army-hosted, all-Service and multinational experiment. During PC-C4, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory tested new technologies and capabilities and emerging concepts, including the multi-domain corridor. The Marine Corps’ participation in PC-C4 supported Force Design initiatives, integrated Joint force and Coalition capabilities into experimentation, and demonstrated the Marine Corps' commitment to the Joint Warfighting Concept. (US Marine Corps photo by Kevin Ray J. Salvador) - US Marine Corps Lt. Col. Timothy J. Smith, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory Science and Technology Logistics Combat Element branch head, receives the US Army Transportation School Chief of Transportation’s Coin from US Army Brig. Gen. Beth A. Behn, US Army Transportation School chief of transportation, for his work regarding Marine Corps capabilities during Project Convergence Capstone 4, March 5, 2024 at Camp Pendleton, CA. PC-C4 is an Army-hosted, all-Service and multinational experiment. During PC-C4, the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory tested new technologies and capabilities and emerging concepts, including the multi-domain corridor. The Marine Corps’ participation in PC-C4 supported Force Design initiatives, integrated Joint force and Coalition capabilities into experimentation, and demonstrated the Marine Corps' commitment to the Joint Warfighting Concept. (US Marine Corps photo by Kevin Ray J. Salvador)

Robert Davies (left), project officer for Fabrication Equipment, from Marine Corps Systems Command, and Brian Long, Lead Developmental Tester for the Logistics Combat Engineer Systems portfolio, inspect the 3D printed all-purpose wrench during the testing and demonstration of the portable expeditionary fabrication lab, otherwise known as XFAB, on Camp Pendleton, Calif., April 5-9, 2021. The goal of the testing event was to integrate the Marine Corps Enterprise Network to determine what adjustments are needed before moving closer to the tentative delivery date to the Fleet Marine Forces in June 2022. - Robert Davies (left), project officer for Fabrication Equipment, from Marine Corps Systems Command, and Brian Long, Lead Developmental Tester for the Logistics Combat Engineer Systems portfolio, inspect the 3D printed all-purpose wrench during the testing and demonstration of the portable expeditionary fabrication lab, otherwise known as XFAB, on Camp Pendleton, Calif., April 5-9, 2021. The goal of the testing event was to integrate the Marine Corps Enterprise Network to determine what adjustments are needed before moving closer to the tentative delivery date to the Fleet Marine Forces in June 2022.

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