Video: Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center Tests GBOSS at Atterbury-Muscatatuck
Video by Timothy Sproles
Engineers and technicians from Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center traveled to Atterbury-Muscatatuck in Edinburgh, Indiana to conduct testing and install upgrades to the United States Marine Corps Ground Based Operational Surveillance System. The Ground Based Operational Surveillance System, G-BOSS, is a trailer-mounted tower with mounted surveillance systems and integrated with the command operations center (COC) used primarily by the United States Marine Corps. The G-BOSS is used primarily for force protection, checkpoint security, route reconnaissance, patrol over watch, improvised explosive devices emplacement detection, intelligence gathering, and personnel/vehicle identification. Available in high definition.