Today is the second day of MDM 2022! Download our mobile app to plan out your day and navigate the show floor. You can review today’s schedule, read relevant articles about pressing Marine Corps issues from the Marine Corps Gazette, and view exhibitor news below:

SHOW SCHEDULE – Walter E. Washington Convention Center

7:30 AM Registration Opens – South Building, Grand Lobby
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Marine Corps League Awards Ceremony & Leadership Breakfast – Level 2 Room 202
10:00 AM Expo Hall Opens – Level 2 Hall D&E
4:30 PM Expo Hall Closes – Level 2 Hall D&E


10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Partnership in the Littorals
11:45 AM – 12:45 PM Aviation Adaptation and Operations in the Information Environment for Force Design 2030
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM Advancing in the Pacific: The Stand in Force
3:10 PM – 3:55 PM UK Royal Marines Future Commando Force
4:00 PM – 4:30 PM UK Expeditionary Operations Modernization


10:30 AM – 11:30 AM IBX-30 / MLR Experimentation
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Modernizing the USMC Wargaming Capability
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Marine Depot Maintenance Command Modernization
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM TISO S&T Focus Areas
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Vertical Take Off Landing Family of Systems (VTOL FoS)


A Message From the Commandant
Gen David H. Berger

The Commandant shares his experience and thoughts on the importance of operating alongside ally and partner nations to the future of the Corps.

Marine Corps Aviation, Fight Now Fight Tomorrow
LtGen Mark R. Wise

The Deputy Commandant for Aviation summarizes the pivotal role of Marine Air in the combined arms capabilities of the MAGTF today and for the future force.

The Case For Allies and Partners
BGen Sean Salene

Read the unique Marine Corps historical context of combined warfighting with our allies and partners and gain practical insights based on recent experiences across multiple areas of operations.

The Information Warfighting Function
LtGen Matthew G. Glavy

The Deputy Commandant for Information clarifies the complex, dynamic and multi-faceted nature of Operations in the Information Environment and describes the Corps’ approach to mastering this emergent domain of warfare.

From Land and Sea
Capt Chadd Montgomery

The Marine Corps continues to experiment and train with an array of heretofore unfamiliar weapon systems to develop the capabilities necessary to contribute to a naval campaign of Sea Control and Sea Denial.

Delivering Force Design 2030
LtCol Alex Ramthun & Maj David Zyga

Unmanned Aerial Systems represent one of the most significant changes in the character of war in the 21st century.  Read how the Corps intends to employ these existing and emergent technologies in the future operating environment.


General Dynamics Land Systems’ partnership with the U.S. Marine Corps ensures Marines’ readiness for the future. Land Systems’ next-generation innovation and leading-edge solutions support Marines, allies and partners around the globe.