MarineNet Video Service (MVS) enables Marines to share training and educational videos. The mission is to provide global access to video content that has been self-developed by the Marine Corps' user base. MarineNet Video explicitly captures and distributes the tacit knowledge and experience of the individual Marine through user-generated video-based training. The intent is to bridge any continuity gaps that exist between doctrine, formal distance learning modules, resident schoolhouse training, on-the-job training, and the execution of established procedures through accepted techniques. View some of the highlights of MVS on YouTube.
Sponsor: The unit's Commanding Officer or organization's Director, who is ultimately accountable for the content on the channel. When a new Commanding Officer or Director takes over command responsibility, the sponsor role can only be changed by the channel's current sponsor.
Channel Manager: The channel manager is responsible for maintaining the channel's settings, assigning user roles, and managing the reviewers. A channel can have up to four channel managers. A channel manager can also approve/disapprove, upload, and disable videos for their channel.
Reviewer: A channel reviewer is responsible for viewing all videos uploaded to their site before approving them to be published on MVS.
Users: A user can upload videos to the channel, but the videos will not be published until a reviewer approves them.
Videos can be uploaded and approved/disapproved without a CAC login. However, in order to assign users to a channel, assign roles to a user, or change a channel's settings, you must log in using a CAC.
For more information, please log into MarineNet and go to the MarineNet Video FAQ.
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Contact the MarineNet help desk for any information or guidance.