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Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

 

Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

Training Command

Twentynine Palms, California
Leadership At Its Best
Sgt. Matthew M. JohnsonGrant of Headquarters Company, Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School conducts an interview with a Careerist. JohnsonGrant’s primary duties are as the Career Planner for Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School.
Troubleshooting with NIDA
PFC Tance Brandon is seen here troubleshooting a NIDA radio trainer during the Amplitude Modulation (AM) annex of the Ground Radio Repair Course. This trainer provides an introduction to radio fundamentals and allows for hands-on troubleshooting. This training, as well as the later training Marines receive in the course, allows for understanding of how radio assets operate. This prepares the Marines for their future responsibilities as Military Occupational Specialty 2841, Ground Radio Repairers.
Troubleshooting a Data System
Private First Class Ethan T. Wampler is seen here trouble shooting a video card in the Data System Annex. This is part of the training Marines receive within the Telephone System Computer System Repair Course as they identify broken component and execute the appropriate repairs. Private First Class Wamper will attain the MOS 2847 and greatly enhance the capabilities of his unit.
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.

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