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Marine West : DoD expands applications for Mobile Single Pallet Unit
With the traditional US Marine Corps emphasis on ‘expeditionary’ capabilities, it was hardly surprising that Mobile Medical International Corporation (MMIC) used Marine West to highlight the expanded expeditionary applications of its new Mobile Single Pallet Unit (MSPU).
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‘It’s completely self-erecting,’ he explained. ‘So once you roll it out flat, …
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