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US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL)

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US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL)


The U.S. Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL) in Quantico, VA, identifies future challenges and opportunities, develops warfighting concepts, and comprehensively explores options in order to inform the combat development process and meet the challenges of the future operating environment. As such, it continuously seeks new concepts and technologies that can be applied to 21st century combat, and rigorously explores those capabilities through live force experimentation.

MCWL typically seeks technologies that fall into one of the following categories:

However, any technology relevant to topics of interest listed below - at any point from concept to fielded products - might be reviewed and considered for MCWL experimentation.

MCWL is especially interested in responses from non-traditional sources; i.e., organizations that do not typically supply the Marine Corps or DOD and welcomes novel and innovative approaches.

MCWL's current technology topics of interest are listed to the right. Those with an active Request for Information (RFI) are listed first, with a Response Due Date. Click on each to see the corresponding RFI language, including a Statement of Need and Instructions for Respondents.



ACTIVE

CYBER / ELECTRONICS ANOMALY DETECTION


INACTIVE

MACHINE LEARNING FOR OPTICAL THREAT DETECTION
CONFORMAL DISPLAYS FOR VISUAL MASKING
GPS JAM & SPOOF DETECTION
IED NOMINATING TECHNOLOGIES
LONG-DURATION UAS FOR IN-THEATER SURVEILLANCE
SIMULATION OF RF SIGNALS (DEADLINE 9/27/2017)
GPS ALTERNATIVES (DEADLINE: 9/27/2017)

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