The Marine Corps has announced the start of a new "Commandant's Innovation Challenge," this one focused on enhancing troops' training to mission. Led by Marine Corps Training and Education Command and hosted by the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab/Futures Directorate, the challenge will take place from April to June and ask troops for ideas on how the service can use existing technologies to increase awareness of physical fitness and injury prevention programs across the force, according to a recent service-wide message. Starting April 1, Marines can submit ideas at Marines.mil/innovate. They will be judged by a panel from the Force Fitness Division, and a winner notified no later than June 30. That winner will travel to Quantico, Virginia, to present ideas to leaders. Read more at Marines.mil.
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