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With the Gear — Breaking Barriers With the Electric Litter Carrier

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Corporal Clayton Filipowicz takes us to Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia to get a first-hand look at the Corps' newest piece of gear, the Electric Litter Carrier.

The Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, with engineers from Virginia Tech University, are developing the Electric Litter Carrier. Although the project is only 6 months old, the equipment is able to carry up to 300 pounds, takes only one person to operate and lessens the burden of carrying a wounded comrade to safety.

The gear is still in early development, but the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab hopes to develop the equipment to help quickly and effectively transport wounded Marines to safety.

Video by: Sgt. Tyler Main, Sgt. Daniel Wetzel, Sgt. Jimmy Shea
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Corporal Clayton Filipowicz takes us to Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia to get a first-hand look at the Corps' newest piece of gear, the Electric Litter Carrier.

The Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, with engineers from Virginia Tech University, are developing the Electric Litter Carrier. Although the project is only 6 months old, the equipment is able to carry up to 300 pounds, takes only one person to operate and lessens the burden of carrying a wounded comrade to safety.

The gear is still in early development, but the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab hopes to develop the equipment to help quickly and effectively transport wounded Marines to safety.

Video by: Sgt. Tyler Main, Sgt. Daniel Wetzel, Sgt. Jimmy Shea Show less
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