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Marine Corps Systems Command Command Overview. National Marine Corps Council 18 October 2008. Equipping Warfighters to Win. Col Ed Smith Product Group Director Combat Equipment & Support Systems. The Marine Corps’ Acquisition Command Fields systems and equipment Life cycle management

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Marine Corps Systems Command

Command Overview

National Marine Corps Council

18 October 2008

Equipping Warfighters to Win

Col Ed Smith

Product Group Director

Combat Equipment & Support Systems

role of marine corps systems command
The Marine Corps’ Acquisition Command

Fields systems and equipment

Life cycle management

One of four major acquisition commands who directly support the Secretary of the Navy

Role of Marine Corps Systems Command

Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

We outfit our Marines with literally everything they drive, wear, communicate and shoot. *

*

But not aircraft

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Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

Support to multiple customers:

  • Marine Corps warfighting commands
  • Supporting and Training Establishments
  • Joint and Coalition Forces
  • Headquarters Marine Corps Title X requirements
  • DC I&L, DC PP&O, DC P&R etc.
    • Support long term planning
    • Data collection
    • Budget issues
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Our Chain of Command

Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research, Development, and Acquisition

Chief of NavalOperations

Commandantof the Marine Corps

Many PEOs

PEO Land Systems

NAVSEASYCOM

MARCORSYSCOM

NAVAIRSYCOM

*

Space and Naval WarfareSystems Command

Service Chain

Acquisition Chain

Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

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MARCORSYSCOM ORGANIZATION

COMMANDER

PEO Land Systems

PM, Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle

PM, JPMO, Lightweight 155, Picatinny, NJ

PM, LVSR

PM, JLTV

PM, MTVR

PM, G/ATOR

PM, CAC2S

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR *

Special Staff

International Programs

Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices

Corporate Communications

Office of the Counsel

Office of Small Business Programs Strategic Change Management Center

Chief of Staff

Staff Secretary

Director, Facilities

Command Info Officer

Reserve Detachment

Security

Command Safety

Sergeant Major

Deputy Commander

Resource Management *

Deputy Commander

SIAT *

Product Group Director

Operational Forces Systems, PG 9

Program Manager,

Ammunition

Assistant Commander

Life Cycle Logistics

Product Group Director,

Information Systems &

Infrastructure ,PG10

Program Manager,

Global Combat Support

System-Marine Corps

Product Group Director,

MAGTF C2, Weapons &

Sensors Development & Integration

PG11

Program Manager,

Training Systems

Orlando, FL

Director,

C4I SE&I

Assistant Commander

Contracts

Director,

Financial

Management

Product Group Director,

Communications, Intelligence,

& Networking Systems, PG12

Program Manager,

Robotic Systems

Huntsville, AL

Director,

IA/JR

Director,

Workforce

Management and

Development

Commanding Officer

MCTSSA

Camp Pendleton, CA

Product Group Director,

Infantry Weapons Systems

PG13

Deputy JPEO,

Chemical & Biological

Defense

Arlington, VA

Product Group Director

Armor & Fire Support Systems

PG14

Director,

R&E

Assistant CommanderPrograms

Product Group Director,

Ground Transportation &

Engineer Systems

PG15

*= SES Position

Product Group Director,

Combat Equipment & Support

Systems, PG16

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Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

On-board Command Workforce: 2039– 665 Military / 1374 Civilian

PEO LS, PM LW-155

Picatinny NJ

Military – 3 Civilian – 10

PM LAV/PM Robotics

Warren MI

Military – 10

Civilian – 0

MARCORSYSCOMQuantico VA

Military – 254

Civilian – 863

Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support ActivityMCTSSA / Camp Pendleton CA

Military – 263

Civilian – 173

PM EFV

Woodbridge VA

Military – 25

Civilian – 143

MARCORSYSCOM Albany GA

Military – 40

Civilian – 117

PEO LS

Quantico VA

Military – 28

Civilian – 143

Other Locations

Military – 30

Civilians – 23

PM Training Systems

Orlando FL

Military – 9

Civilian – 39

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Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

MARCORSYSCOM Programs Organized by Categories

ACAT I ACAT II ACAT III ACAT IV OTHER

USMC PGMS

32 PROGRAMS

JOINT PGMS

USA Led x 33

USAF Led x 3

USN Led x 5

DISA Led x 1

JPEO x 7

81 PROGRAMS

USMC PGMS

120 PROGRAMS

JOINT PGMS

43 PROGRAMS

163 PROGRAMS

R&D>$265M PMC>$1.29B

R&D>$140M PMC>$660M

Annual Pgm PMC>$15M

MCSC PGMS

GCSS-MC

PEO LS

EFV

MTVR

JOINT PGMS

DTS (DFAS)

GCCS (DISA)

PKI (DISA)

TBMCS (USAF)

GBS (USAF)

PLGR (USAF)

TC-AIMS II (USA)

SMART-T (USA)

SINCGARS (USA)

AFATDS (USA)

JTRS (USA)

JAVELIN (USA)

TMIP-M (USN)

DIMHRS (USN)

MRAPs

18 PROGRAMS

PEO LS

CAC2S

G/ATOR

LVSR

JOINT PGMS

LW-155 (USMC)

M-88A2(USA)

JPBDS (USA)

6 PROGRAMS

  • PRE-MILESTONE B EFFORTS
  • FIELDED SYSTEMS
  • ABBREVIATED ACQUISITION PROGRAMS
  • AMMUNITION
  • ITEMS
  • MISC PROJECTS
  • 457 Systems/Programs

Note: MARCORSYSCOM participates in/leads numerous joint programs.

integrated management framework three principal decision support systems
Integrated Management Framework:Three Principal Decision Support Systems

Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

Integrated Management Framework:Three Principal Decision Support Systems

  • Successful programs have:
  • Clear Requirements
  • Good Funding stream
  • Reasonable Schedule
  • Engaged User Community

DC P&RResource Allocation (PPBES)

MCCDCJoint Capability Development (JCIDS)

MARCORSYSCOMDefense Acquisition

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Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

Marine Corps Acquisition Cycle

Marine Corps Warfighting Lab

HQMCMROC

MARCOR-SYSCOM

Capability Documents

Industry

Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC)

Marine Corps Operational Test and Evaluation Activity (MCOTEA)

Universal Needs Statement (UNS)

Fielding

Operating Forces

OperationalNeed

funding information

PANMC1181

O&M,MC1583

RDT&E,N1092

PMC 7846

Funding Information

Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

Continued upward growth of supplemental funding from FY04 to FY08 reflects a 335% increase in overall funding levels since FY04

Includes $ 7.168M in PMC, PANMC, and O&MMC Bridge and Supplemental Funding

Workforce levels over the same period only increased slightly

Total FY08 $11.7B

FY08 Appropriations ($M)

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Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

MCSC Budget Profile

OCF

$3,114

OCF

$11,812

OCF

$821

FY09 GWOT Remaining includes $910m for MRAP.

challenges oif oef
Challenges – OIF/OEF

• Lighten the Load

- Weight

- Mobility

• Vehicle Protection

- Survivability

- Maneuverability

- Mobility

• C2 Centralized Integrated Technology

- Distributed Ops through target recognition

- Converge ground/air intel into one

• Persistent ISR

- Ground and Air

- G-BOSS

- Shadow, Raven, etc.

• Expeditionary

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Overview

Organization

Acquisition

Funding

How seven years of war changed what we do

and where we focus today….

  • React quickly to the urgent universal needs statements from our operating forces and provide timely and correct acquisition solutions
  • Help grow the force
  • Help re-set the force
  • Modernize and re-capitalize
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Infantry Combat Equipment

Total weight: approximately 92 lbs

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Optics and Lasers

Current

Future

Weapons

RCO

IMIWS

Current

Future

AN/PVS-24

MCMSW

TBD

AN/PVS-14

M16A4 / M4

IAR

M249 SAW

AN/PEQ-2A/15

PEQ16A

Joint Pistol

M9

VLI

I-MSGL

TBD

M32 MSGL

IWNS-T / MTI

SPR

TBD

Mk12

AN/PSQ-18A

TBD

Shot Guns

modular tactical vest
Modular Tactical Vest
  • MTV (Replaced OTV)
    • Increased Capability
    • Improved Integration
    • Design Improvements
  • Desired Improvements
    • Lighter overall weight
    • Lighter, stronger armor
    • Increased comfort
plate carrier
Plate Carrier
  • ESAPI Carrier
    • Initially fielded in support of III MEF Operations and expanded to include all three MEFs for OEF service
    • Lighter weight / increased mobility traded for less area of soft armor coverage
  • Scalable Plate Carrier
    • Currently being fielded
    • Includes SSAPI

ESAPI Carrier

Scalable Plate Carrier

f lame r esistant o rganizational g ear
Flame Resistant Organizational Gear
  • FROG I
    • Base Layers: balaclava, gloves, long sleeve t-shirt
  • FROG II
    • Outer Layers: combat shirt and trouser ensemble

FROG provides increased protection against flash/flame exposure

FROG I

FROG II

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MRAP

RG31 Mk5 CATI

MaxxPro CATI

HAGA CATII

Buffalo CAT III

Caiman CATI

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Commandant’s Acquisition Agent

Current Funding over $11.7 Billion

Science & Technology Transition Agent

Main Effort Supports Marine Operating Forces

MARCORSYSCOM Take Aways

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Bottom Line:

The Individual Marine

QUESTIONS?