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Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

 

Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

Training Command

Twentynine Palms, California
MSgt Martin V Leon, The Using Unit Supply Chief is validating With the Reparable Issue Point (RIP) to make sure the Using Unit has all proper documentation for Secondary Repairable Items (SECREPS)
Validating Using Unit Records
MSgt Martin V Leon, The Using Unit Supply Chief is validating With the Reparable Issue Point (RIP) to make sure the Using Unit has all proper documentation for Secondary Repairable Items (SECREPS)
Students in the Aviation Communication Systems Technician Course are learning how to configure some of the radios used as a 5939, and establish communications between themselves and other Marines in the class
Radio Operation and Configuration
Students in the Aviation Communication Systems Technician Course are learning how to configure some of the radios used as a 5939, and establish communications between themselves and other Marines in the class
Marines of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center recently hosted a new equipment training (NET) class for the Remote Fuze Disassembly System (RFDS).  The RFDS is replacing the Mk 121 Mod 0, Mechanical Remote Fuze Disassembly Kit (MRFDK).
NET
Marines of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center recently hosted a new equipment training (NET) class for the Remote Fuze Disassembly System (RFDS). The RFDS is replacing the Mk 121 Mod 0, Mechanical Remote Fuze Disassembly Kit (MRFDK).
PFC E. Balan is learning how to make popcorn for the upcoming Family Day event that will be taking place on 5May at the base Golf Course.
What's Poppin...
PFC E. Balan is learning how to make popcorn for the upcoming Family Day event that will be taking place on 5May at the base Golf Course.
Marines of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center, Supervisor Class 2016-030 recently completed field training utilizing low order techniques.  The class remotely initiated a cluster of AN-M14 incendiary grenades to burn out a BLU-111.
BLU
Marines of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center, Supervisor Class 2016-030 recently completed field training utilizing low order techniques. The class remotely initiated a cluster of AN-M14 incendiary grenades to burn out a BLU-111.
Lance Corporal George E. Watford Jr.is testing an RT-1694 Harris radio with one of the Marine Corps newest pieces of test equipment.  This prepares Ground Radio Repair Marines to employ and troubleshoot ground radio communication equipment for the Operational Marine Forces.  Lance Corporal Watford is currently a student in the Ground Radio Repair Course and has maintained a 93% grade point average.
Radio Testing
Lance Corporal George E. Watford Jr.is testing an RT-1694 Harris radio with one of the Marine Corps newest pieces of test equipment. This prepares Ground Radio Repair Marines to employ and troubleshoot ground radio communication equipment for the Operational Marine Forces. Lance Corporal Watford is currently a student in the Ground Radio Repair Course and has maintained a 93% grade point average.

To train Marines in ground electronics maintenance, tactical communications, and air control/anti-air warfare operations and maintenance in order to ensure that Marine commanders at all levels have the ability to exercise command and control across the full range of military operations.

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MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS SCHOOL
TRAINING COMMAND
P.O. BOX 788251
TWENTYNINE PALMS, CALIFORNIA 92278-8251

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