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Corps Solutions is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business with the core competencies of Planning Facilitation, Training Support and Leadership Development.
Corps Solutions is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business with the core competencies of Planning Facilitation, Training Support and Leadership Development.

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The Range Support Services team provided the scripting for a Tactical Exercise Without Troops (TEWT) for Camp Pendleton’s Bn 3/1. The event took place June 9th at 11,000’ with the “Terrain Model” being the Mountain Warfare Training Center (MWTC) itself; great view! Col Scott Leonard (sitting, second from left) posed with members of his staff (and CSI member Chris Beuhrer) as his two year-year tenure as the MWTC Commanding Officer concludes this July.
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2016-07-01
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Range Support Services Team Members Chris Buehrer and John Stanton participated in a Tactical Exercise Without Troops (TEWT) with Camp Pendleton’s Bn 2/4 during Mountain Exercise 2-16 this past March. Corps Solutions has generated the scripting and scenario design for 20 MTX Exercises since January 2013.
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2016-05-17
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Corps Solutions was proud to be a 2016 Sponsor for the Major Douglas A. Zembiec Memorial Golf Tournament hosted by PS Charities on May 9, 2016. The Corps Solutions Golfers and Volunteers enjoyed their day even in the rain.
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2016-05-17
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The Corps Solutions MWTC team scripted the scenario and response cell injects for a MCTOG evaluated Battle Staff Training Exercise (BST-Ex) for Battalion 2/4 on March 4th. RSS Team Members spent 6 hours outside 2/4’s CoC at this makeshift table of MRE boxes at 8,600' facilitating the BST-Ex. Of note, the Corps Solutions Exercise Control Team at Bridgeport is affectionately known as the Magnificent Seven (Mag 7) while Bn 2/4 is known as the Magnificent Bastards. Mag 7 strives to re-earn their moniker each and every day.
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Personnel from 2nd Amphibious Assault Bn, 3rd Bn/2nd Marines, Combat Logistics Regiment 25, 2nd LAAD Bn, Charlie Battery 1st Bn/10th Marines, HMH-462, MWSS-372, and U.S. Army ODA 0243 recently completed Mountain Exercise 1-16.  The first photo shows the 2nd AA Bn CoC area near Summit Meadows, while the next two photos show Corps Solutions team members Hunter Armour presenting mission tasking, and Matt Denney discussing COC winter employment considerations within the 2nd AA Bn CoC.  January 2016 represents the start of a fourth consecutive year for Corps Solutions providing scenario design and exercise control for each MTX at the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center.
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2016-02-29
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Marines and Sailors from Bn 1/1, 3rd Recon Bn, CLB-11, and VMM-163 participated in a Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) brief aboard the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center (MCMWTC) near Bridgeport, CA, this past October during Mountain Exercise (MTX) 6-15.  Corps Solutions has provided scenario design and exercise control services in support of every MTX since January 2013.   
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Six Range Support Services (RSS) team members observe the Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) Drill presented by Camp Lejeune’s Bn 1/6 Staff during Mountain Exercise 5-15. Corps Solutions has provided scenario design and exercise control services in support of every MTX since January 2013.
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2015-10-27
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The II MEF Simulation Center Deployed Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) Section facilitated a Battalion Combat Operation Center (COC) exercise for 1st Battalion, 2D Marine Regiment on July 14-15, 2015 at the II MEF Simulation Center, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina using Virtual Battle Space 3 (VBS3). The exercise development was a coordinated effort between the Training Support Center (TSC) and the II MEF Simulation Center DVTE section. The TSC created the exercise scenario with guidance provided by battalion staff and the DVTE section created the virtual scenario in VBS3 based on TSC guidance. The DVTE system was designed to be used for small unit training however, for this exercise VBS3 was used to provide virtual real-time actions to line companies, down to the platoon level, to exercise COC staff, and evaluate battalion SOPs and readiness. Marines, representing three companies and nine platoons, conducted virtual operations using VBS3 to provide the COC with information via radio reporting, messaging, and unmanned aerial system full motion video to drive COC decision making and information tracking. The training allowed the battalion COC to be more cohesive and for staff  to more efficiently process information and make decisions in accordance with battalion standard operating procedures.
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2015-08-06
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Marines from Bn 1/2 and Rangers from A/3/75 hiked through snow while conducting a Tactical Exercise Without Troops (TEWT) and Leaders’ Recon aboard the Mountain Warfare Training Center May 30th during the outset of Mountain Exercise (MTX) 3-15. Team Members Matt Denney and John Stanton participated in the TEWT which is the first of four summer scenario MTX’s scheduled from now through October, 2015. 

Corps Solutions has provided the scripting and fragmentary orders for the every MTX TEWT since January 2013.
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About 60 US and UAE small unit leaders conducted a Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) Drill during a recent Mountain Exercise (MTX) at the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center (MCMWTC) while Corps Solutions CEO Tom Keogh (Black Jacket-Left) and RSS Site Lead Sid Zeller (Red Fleece-Left) observed along with the entire RSS Team.

MTX 2-15 participants included 700 Marines, almost 200 Soldiers, 4 Airmen, and 17 Foreign Military personnel. USMC units included 1st Bn / 3rd Marines, Combat Logistics Bn 3, 1st Maintenance Bn, 5th Bn / 11th Marines, MCAS Miramar Det, and VMM-166. The US Army was represented by Soldiers from 2nd Bn / 75th Ranger Regt, Bravo Troop / 1-40th, and Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) 2312. Also present was a detachment of Airmen from the 152nd Intel Squadron as well as United Arab Emirates Presidential Guard Soldiers.

Corps Solutions has provided scenario design and exercise control in support of each MTX since January, 2013.
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2015-04-28
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