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George Morgan Chinn (1902-1987), is presented annually to honor a government or industry individual who, in the opinion of the Small Arms division executive board, has made "significant contributions to the field of small arms and/or infantry weapons systems." The nominee's contribution must include advancements that benefit the warfighting or general military capabilities of the United States.
However, the service is waiting for the technology to mature before it spends its research dollars, said Jonathan Pressley, program manager of optics and non-lethal systems and infantry weapons systems at the Marine Corps Systems Command at Quantico, Va.
Michael Brogan, who was previously the product group director for infantry weapons systems at Marine Corps Systems Command.