200403-M-MJ345-087
A 3D printer from Marine Air Logistics Squadron 36 prints mask frames in April using the Defense Logistics Agency’s Joint Additive Manufacturing Data Exchange on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Okinawa, Japan. JAMMEX lets military users download and print approved models for critical COVID-19 supplies like face shields and surgical masks. Photo by Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Madeline Jones

Photo by: Lance Cpl. Madeline Jones |  VIRIN: 200403-M-MJ345-087.JPG