MarineNet Video (MVS) provides a platform to share videos across the Marine Corps in a way similar to services like YouTube.
MVS Quick Facts Guide
MarineNet Video Services (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, and see the MVS user guide for more details.
Videos can be uploaded and approved/disapproved without a CAC login and by logging in with a username and password. However, 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, or see the MVS user guide.
Contact the Ecosystem Help Desk for additional information or guidance.