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Marines set to launch 3-D printed drone to combat operations

Marines are set to launch a 3-D-printed drone into combat zones in the coming weeks.

As enemy body armor improves, Marines test new bullets

The Marines could adopt an Army round or field a higher caliber weapon.

Marines trained to use 3-D printers at Camp Lejeune

The Marine Corps is offering 3-D printer training to all military occupation specialties.

Pushing medical data downrange

As electronic health records become the norm, here are a few of the capabilities that EHRs will offe…

Marine task force headed to Helmand trains with drones called Instant Eye

“We can send this thing ahead and it can look for us,” said Cpl. Isaac Brown, an intelligence analys…

Marine Corps looks to empower squad leaders with new combat tech

The Marine Corps is working to field new combat gear that could revolutionize how its smallest units…

Marines may follow Army's lead in ditching the M9 Beretta

The Army is getting a new handgun – and the Marines may follow suit, even if it takes a while.

New in 2017: Marines likely to expand cyber warfare units

The Corps cyber warrior force and other high-tech fields may expand rapidly.

Marine grunts to get new all-terrain vehicles for missions

The Corps new ATVs are designed to support infantry Marines' tactical missions. Fielding begins in e…

Marines want new technologies to take enemy beaches

Modern weapons can destroy ships and landing craft many miles from shore, forcing the Marine Corps t…

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In this first of a four-part series, we examine what Cyber Command needs to operate as its own, inde…

Navy wants secure, 'trusted' apps for sailors

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Fuel in the tank: Marines test tech for managing energy consumption

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Raytheon pushes GBU-49 as quick fix to give F-35 ability to hit moving targets

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Marine Corps F-35s restart flight operations at Yuma after software fix is found

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US may forgo using EW capabilities if coalition tech isn't compatible

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Marine F-35s grounded due to software concerns

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Marines set to launch 3-D printed drone to combat operations

Marines are set to launch a 3-D-printed drone into combat zones in the coming weeks.