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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

In Any Clime and Place

MarForPac personnel attend technology convention

By Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso | | March 01, 2010

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Joseph E. Johnson, Integrated Interiors International president / CEO, shows Sgt. Wesley Cary, an ammunition technician with Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, a filing cabinet catalogue March 1 at MarForPac, Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii during the 2010 Technology and Industry Day. Officials with U.S. Pacific Command's Joint Communications Section host the annual event to introduce service members to new technologies that may enhance military operations, whether deployed or in garrison.

Joseph E. Johnson, Integrated Interiors International president / CEO, shows Sgt. Wesley Cary, an ammunition technician with Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, a filing cabinet catalogue March 1 at MarForPac, Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii during the 2010 Technology and Industry Day. Officials with U.S. Pacific Command's Joint Communications Section host the annual event to introduce service members to new technologies that may enhance military operations, whether deployed or in garrison. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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Sgt. Ray Glover, an exercise validator with U.S. Pacific Command, browses through a catalogue offering new data backup and recovery software March 1 at U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii during the 2010 Technology and Industry Day. Officials with PACOM's Joint Communications Section host the annual event to introduce service members to new technologies that may enhance military operations, whether deployed or in garrison.

Sgt. Ray Glover, an exercise validator with U.S. Pacific Command, browses through a catalogue offering new data backup and recovery software March 1 at U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii during the 2010 Technology and Industry Day. Officials with PACOM's Joint Communications Section host the annual event to introduce service members to new technologies that may enhance military operations, whether deployed or in garrison. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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(From left to right) Michael Silven, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific's, information management officer, browses a selection of cellular phones while Adrian DiTucci, a Sprint account manger, explains their software features March 1 at U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii during the 2010 Technology and Industry Day. Officials with U.S. Pacific Command's Joint Communications Section host the annual event to introduce service members to new technologies that may enhance military operations, whether deployed or in garrison.

(From left to right) Michael Silven, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific's, information management officer, browses a selection of cellular phones while Adrian DiTucci, a Sprint account manger, explains their software features March 1 at U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii during the 2010 Technology and Industry Day. Officials with U.S. Pacific Command's Joint Communications Section host the annual event to introduce service members to new technologies that may enhance military operations, whether deployed or in garrison. (Photo by Sgt. Juan D. Alfonso)


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CAMP H.M. SMITH, Hawaii --