3D-printed impeller enhances readiness of Corps' main battle tank

Story by Matthew Gonzales on 04/04/2019 Marine Corps Systems Command recently collaborated with fleet Marines and other organizations to review the successful performance of several 3D-printed impellers used on M1A1 Abrams tanks at Twentynine Palms, California. The Corps plans to use 3D-printed impellers when the original part wears or become
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1st Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment Marches in the 61st Annual Swallows Day Parade

Story by Cpl Teagan Fredericks on 03/28/2019 On March 23, 2019, 1st Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment joined the 1st Marine Division Band and the Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard to represent the Marine Corps in the 61st annual Swallows Day Parade in San Juan Capistrano, California. The parade is the
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Forward to the Sea: Navy Medicine West Leads Virtual Health Care Delivery to Warfighters

Story by Regena Kowitz on 03/25/2019 Navy Medicine West (NMW) kicked off the fifth annual virtual health program review at its headquarters in San Diego March 5 to discuss the current and future states of using technology to connect warfighters with medical care, no matter the distance. "Navy Medicine i
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3D printing in the Marine Corps: An industry of untapped potential

Story by Cpl Joseph Prado on 02/25/2019 1st Lt. Ryan McCormic sat in the middle of his 3D printing laboratory watching as the honeycombs, slowly but surely, took form. Honeycombs, the colloquial nickname attached to the filters that keep reflections on scope lenses from giving away Marine positions, can make
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Fix, Fly, Fight: MAG-13 & 39 flex muscle

Story by MAJ Josef Patterson on 02/22/2019 Showcasing a capability to support and integrate aviation combat power, Marine Aircraft Groups (MAG) 13 and 39, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW), launched more than 100 aircraft in a short period from four locations in support of multiple training events throughout Southern California,
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Multi-agency coordination, planning keeps 2019 King of the Hammers on track for safety

By Kelly O'Sullivan Communications and Media Specialist JOHNSON VALLEY, CALIF. Ensuring the safety of hundreds of competitors, 50,000 spectators and military personnel conducting live-fire-training near the Johnson Valley Shared Use Area where the annual King of the Hammers racing and rock-crawling event is held each February is a massive undertaking
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