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PEO Land Systems is the only program executive office in the Marine Corps and is located aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. The PEO is a team of Marines and Civilian Marines dedicated to developing, delivering, and sustaining lethal capabilities for the greatest fighting force in the world, the United States Marines Corps. PEO Land Systems expertly manages the acquisition and sustainment of USMC ground systems critical to the Fleet Marine Force. The portfolio includes major defense acquisition programs and associated programs with an estimated value of $7.5 billion across the Future Years Defense Program.
PEO LS provides executive acquisition leadership to develop, build, deliver, and sustain dominant warfighting capabilities for Marines.
To serve as the preeminent focal point and standard bearer for excellence and innovation in major land program acquisition management.
MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va.–The Marine Corps continues to streamline the acquisition process to
In December, Program Executive Officer Land Systems successfully tested the Marine Air Defense Integrated System, or MADIS, low-rate initial production model, hitting several launched drones during a live-fire test at the Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona.
One of the most dynamic new tools in the Corps’ toolbox is the Amphibious Combat Vehicle, or ACV. Fielded by Program Executive Officer Land Systems, the ACV is the Corps' next-generation vehicle designed for the swift and secure transport of Marines from ships to shore along island chains like those found in the South China Sea.
2/15/2023 - https://www.defensenews.com/naval/2023/01/27/following-deficiency-marines-add-comms-capability-to-acv-variant/
3/17/2021 - https://www.stripes.com/news/us/west-coast-marines-are-first-to-try-out-new-amphibious-combat-vehicle-to-replace-legacy-aav-1.666075
12/29/2020 - https://news.usni.org/2020/12/29/top-stories-2020-marine-corps-acquisition
12/14/2020 - https://nationalinterest.org/blog/reboot/look-out-amphibious-combat-vehicle-finally-here-174459
12/14/2020 - https://www.military.com/daily-news/2020/12/14/marines-new-amphibious-combat-vehicles-set-begin-full-rate-production.html