Marine Logistics Looking into Unmanned Vehicles US Marine Corps.

Marines Look into Unmanned Vehicles for Logistics Deployments

The military is pursuing technologies, such as unmanned vehicles to advance lift and distribution missions and supply and maintenance work.

For Marines deployed in areas that are unable to use the traditional logistics model, the Marine Corp is exploring the use of unmanned vehicles, additive manufacturing and “sense-and-respond logistics to solve the issue.

Resupplying of fuel, water and ammunition have moved from ship to shore and then loaded on trucks, however that will change said Logistics Lt. Gen. Michael Dana, as reported by Megan Eckstein of USNI News.  The service is pursuing technologies to

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