MCB QUANTICO

Semper Fit Recreation

Semper Fit Recreation Golf Course - The "Medal of Honor" Golf Course offers eligible patrons, including DoD contractors, a wide variety of golfing activities. View Medal of Honor Golf Course Lunga Park - Lunga Park recreation area will be CLOSED and OFF-LIMITS until further notice. View Lunga Park Marina -
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Lodging

The Crossroads Innis one of the greatest assets to the Base! The facility has 74 standard rooms, 4 king rooms, 42 efficiencies and 24 suites, as well as meeting space to accommodate 25 people. Call to reserve a room, or email to reservations@crossroadsinnquantico.com . Location The Crossroads Inn is located
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Employment

NAF Human Resources Job Vacancies Read More MCCS Employee Benefits Read More Spousal Preference Read More MCCS Employee Development Read More NAF Human Resources 2034 Barnett Avenue, Little Hall 703-784-3454 Mon-Fri: 0800-1600 Downloads EVerify (English) EVerify (Spanish)
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Camp Pendleton Hosts Marine West Expo 2017

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif Camp Pendleton Marines, Sailors, and civilian personnel had a chance to preview the latest in military technology during the Marine West Expo here, Feb. 1-2. The exposition is an event showcasing new gear, gadgets and equipment to Marines from hundreds of vendors from around the world. The
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Arizona combat camera Marine moonlights as martial arts instructor

Story by LCpl Bernadette Wildes on 01/31/2017 CAMP HANSEN, OKINAWA, Japan Late on a Friday, most Marines were on their way out to enjoy a weekend night, but not Cpl. Robert Arellano. He was on his way home from his second Marine Corps Martial Arts Program session of the day.
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Study dispels myths surrounding Exceptional Family Member Program

Story by Cpl Brendan Roethel on 01/27/2017 Manpower And Reserve Affairs began conducting a study in March 2016 to learn whether Marines with family members enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program are disadvantaged or limited in their careers. Their study was completed in December 2016 with results some Marines
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EOD Marine battles enemy within; credits colleagues for saving his life

Story by Emily Greene on 01/05/2017 Master Sgt. Clifford Farmer is one tough Marine. As an explosive ordnance disposal technician with four combat tours under his belt, he has years of experience neutralizing and disposing of deadly explosives, including improvised explosive devices, the signature weapon of Operations Iraqi Freedom and
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OSI's Hall of Heroes remembers service members killed in action

Story by Amn Daniel Garcia on 12/30/2016 In the hallway of Scott's Air Force Office of Special Investigation Det. 301 building are 16 illustrations of fallen servicemembers killed in the line of duty. They hang in memoriam in what they call the "Hall of Heroes" as a reminder of their
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Always Faithful: World War II Marine turns 100

Story by Sgt Ian Leones on 12/28/2016 With more than 16 million Americans who served in World War II, only a fraction of them still live today. Even fewer can claim to have reached the age of 100. John J. O'Leary, a retired Marine first lieutenant, is one of the
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Ultimate dedication: Marine to retire after 41 years of service

Story by Sgt Lucas Hopkins on 12/21/2016 On June 25, 1975, Jeffrey J. Kenney, then 17 years old, enlisted in the United States Marine Corps from Hartford, Connecticut, and began recruit training at Parris Island two weeks later. He's held 13 ranks, deployed multiple times, and has received many awards.
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Oak Lawn Marine Named 4th Marine Corps District Prior Service Recruiter of Year

Story by Cpl Tyler Giguere on 12/19/2016 "I was shocked, and honored that the Marine Corps recognized me for this. I never thought this was in the cards for me. It felt like all of my hard work payed off in the end," said Staff Sgt. Scott L. Kupres, a
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Holiday Heroes: Civilian Marines pay it forward year round

Story by Mathuel Browne and Ashley Calingo and Emily Greene and Monique Randolph on 12/19/2016 Not all heroes wear capes. Clich perhaps, but nonetheless true. For many, the holidays bring a spirit of giving and a desire to help others. For five Marine Corps Systems Command employees, giving to and
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CDTF sends first military member to DEA basic intelligence school

Story by SGT Brianne Roudebush on 12/19/2016 LOS ANGELES, Calif. For the first time, the Drug Enforcement Administration invited outside entities to attend their Basic Intelligence Research Specialist Academy. Staff Sgt. Bryan Ricablanca, a case support analyst with the California National Guard Counterdrug Task Force was the first military member
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Intelligence department solves Marine Corps biggest problems

Story by Sgt Terence Brady on 12/15/2016 Marines with Headquarters Marine Corps Intelligence department gave a live demonstration of new technologies Dec. 9, as part of the Marine Corps Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Enterprise Accelerator program. "The accelerator program is focused mainly on software and IT-related problems," said Jennifer Edgin,
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