Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory

 

Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory

Futures Directorate

Quantico, VA
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MCWL/FD's young Marines take advantage of a special opportunity for a photo with Gen Robert Neller, Commandant of the Marine Corps.
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(left) BGen J.D. Alford, CG MCWL/FD, (center) Gen Robert Neller, CMC, and (right) LtGen Robert Walsh, CG MCCDC talk about the Marine Corps' current plan for wargaming and considerations for the future.
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Lieutenant General Ronald L. Bailey (right), Deputy Commandant Plans, Polices, and Operations, and Captain Jim Pineiro (left), MCWL/FD Science and Technology Ground Combat Element branch head discuss the possible applications of the small robotic quadruped called Spot. The state-of-the-art robot could play an important role in MCWL/FD's continued exploration into unmanned systems and how they will shape tomorrow's future force.
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Brent J. Azzarelli, Chief Robotics Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD)/Marine Corps Warfighting Lab talks to BGen Dale Alford, Commanding General MCWL/FD about the latest technologies in the command's Science & Technology portfolio.
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The Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps takes time to pose with SSgt Mayra Infante and Kyle Olson at the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory's booth during Marine Week Phoenix.
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Marines with the Ist Marine Expeditionary Force (IMEF)are working with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory from Quantico, Virginia in an Expeditionary Force-21 Limited Objective Experiment (LOE) intended to provide a better understanding of the capabilities and requirements needed in the next generation light infantry vehicle. The Marines are wrapping up training at Camp Pendleton before moving up the coast to Fort Hunter Liggett where a several weeks-long experiment will be conducted.
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BGen Kevin Killea (left) and BGen Julian Alford (right) stand at attention as the colors are marched on during the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory Change of Command Ceremony Thursday June 18, 2015.
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Brigadier General Kevin Killea passes the MCWL colors to Brigadier General Dale Alford during the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory's Change of Command ceremony.
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Brigadier General Kevin Killea (left), the Futures Directorate Director and Commanding General of the Warfighting Laboratory is presented with a parting gift from the Futures Directorate by Deputy Director Colonel Jeff Holt (right) and Captain Jerald Feehery (center).

An early summer Hail and Farewell was hosted at the Clubs at Quantico Friday June 12 to formally welcome a few new members of the team and to say farewell and thank you to those moving on to the next phase of their lives and military careers.
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Marines from The Basic School (TBS) participate in determining the effectiveness of unloading and loading munitions from the M1161 Growler Internally Transportable Vehicle (ITV).
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Marines from The Basic School (TBS) participate in determining the effectiveness of unloading and loading munitions from the M1161 Growler Internally Transportable Vehicle (ITV).
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U.S. Marine Corps, Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC), Gen. Joseph Dunford sits with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL) on Marine Corps Base Quantico, May 6, 2015. The CMC met with the Marines and the civilians of the command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jacqueline A. Garcia/ Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps, Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC), Gen. Joseph Dunford sits with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL) on Marine Corps Base Quantico, May 6, 2015. The CMC met with the Marines and the civilians of the command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jacqueline A. Garcia/ Released)
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LtCol James Richardson and GySgt Joe Perera troubleshooting the Modular Advanced Armed Autonomous Robotic System (MAARS). MAARS is one of the unmanned systems the Marine Corps had on display at the expo.
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Capt James Pineiro, the Futures Directorate's Science and Technology Ground Combat Element Branch Head, talks to a visitor about the Marine Corps systems on display and the work being done within Futures Directorate with unmanned systems.
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LtCol Patrick Kirchner, with the Futures Directorate's Futures Assessment Division, listens as a visitor to the Naval Future Force Expo explains a potential solution to one of the Navy and Marine Corps' S&T challenges.
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