MAGTF Logistics Support Systems (MLS2) Interoperability Demonstration and Capabilities-Based Assessment

NCMS Project #: 140486

Problem: Due to technology limitations, the GCSS-MC is not suitable for deployed environment at the tactical edge.  Specifically, it has challenges operating in a disconnected, intermittent, low bandwidth, high latency environment.  The lack of integration between the MLS2, GCSS-MC and MAGTF C2 have sub-optimized the level of sustainment support the Logistics Combat Element of the MAGTF can provide.


  • Increase effectiveness and efficiency of the MAGTF logistics chain.
  • Improve capacity and production management of transportation assets.
  • Reduce sustainment costs.

Solution/Approach: It is envisioned that this effort will require a single iteration of field study and analysis to identify gaps, capabilities, potential overlaps, Information Exchange Requirements and integration/interoperability points.  Once identified, gaps and associated capabilities will be prioritized and supporting architecture will be produced and delivered.

Impact on Warfighter:

  • Improved weapons system readiness, availability, global visibility and tracking.

DOD Participation:

  • U.S. Marine Corps I&L (LPV)
  • U.S. Marine Corps (PM LIS)
  • U.S. Navy (NAV SUP)

Industry Participation:

  • Troika Solutions, LLC
  • Tactical Edge, LLC
  • Whitney, Bradley & Brown, Inc.
  • NCMS

Final Report