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Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

 

Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

Training Command

Twentynine Palms, California
Leadership at Its Best
Sergeant Terrance R. Wiley of Headquarters Company, Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School engages the students of the Lance Corporal Leadership and Ethics Seminar Course 2-17. Sergeant Wiley’s primary duties are as the Platoon Sergeant for Supply Section in Headquarters Company.
Press
Students of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center (EODATC) Explosive Ordnance Exploitation Course Class 020-2017 utilize a pneumatic press. The press was used to demonstrate various methods to remove explosives remotely.
Micro Miniature Repair Course
The Micro/Miniature Repair Course requires a steady hand and calm nerves in order to perform the necessary repairs on equipment. Marines learn to perform component level repair on electronic components as small as one millimeter wide. Here, Lance Corporal Asencio, Jonathan R. performs eyelet repair under the watchful eye of his seasoned instructor, Staff Sergeant Cales, Noah M.
Tech Refresh In progress
Cpl James W. Holiday II of Headquarters Company, Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School assists end users in backing up their computers in preparation for a tech refresh. Cpl Holiday will help users back-up their desktops and assist them in the transition process with their new computers.
Troubleshooting the very small Aperture (VSAT-Med)
LCpl Alexi L. Budoff is seen here troubleshooting the Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT Medium), a two-way satellite ground station. This is necessary as part of her training within Ground Radio Repair Course to provide critical troubleshooting information for later use identifying the broken component to be sent in for repairs. LCpl Budoff will attain the MOS 2841 and become a Radio Repairer. The Marine will then move on to the Fleet Marine Force to provide technical support to the communication field.
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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