FORCE PROTECTION: U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command chief Brig. Gen. Michael Brogan faced House Armed Services Committee Members Feb. 4. Testifying before twin subcommittees — Seapower and Expeditionary Forces and Air and Land Forces — Brogan covered force protection systems from A to Z. The theme of his comments, Brogan said, was the “iteration and evolution” of equipment from flak jackets to lightweight armored vehicles. Much of the committee members’ concerns centered on providing troops ...
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