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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Easter Egg Hunt and Roll highlights Child Abuse Prevention Month

Story by Laurie Pearson on 04/14/2017 Children, their families enjoyed the annual Easter Egg Hunt and Roll, seeking eggs filled with candy and playing interactive games on the lawn outside of the McTureous Hall Library aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., April 12. The event was sponsored and coordinated
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Marine tank officer makes history

Story by LCpl Troy Saunders on 04/13/2017 Polatchek, a New York native, was commissioned in November of 2015 after attending Connecticut College. After graduating The Basic School at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, she reported to the Marine Corps Detachment at Fort Benning, Georgia to attend the U.S. Army's Armor
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NATO group convenes at Quantico, focus all about the soldier, sailor, Marine'

Story by Emily Greene on 04/11/2017 Defense experts from around the globe gathered at Marine Corps Systems Command April 5-7, to share information and work toward common solutions for complex issues across allied forces. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization Land Capability Group on Dismounted Soldier Systems convened at MCSC's Gruntworks
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Camp Pendleton Tightens Up Finances

Story by LCpl Keely Dyer on 04/07/2017 CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. Over the past week, Independent Public Accountants, or IPAs, conducted an audit aboard Camp Pendleton in order to get a better understanding of how Camp Pendleton controls their finances. As the first branch to go through a full financial audit,
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U.S. Marine Corps Update on Addressing Gender Bias And Online Misconduct

The Marine Corps continues to investigate and respond to reports and accusations of gender discrimination and harassment that occurred on social media sites, as illustrated by Marines United. Our focus remains on providing support to individuals impacted by this conduct. Where conduct is determined to have been a violation of
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Marines live fire training essential to readiness

Story by James Andrews on 03/28/2017 Marine Corps Base (MCB) Quantico is a noisy installation. The constant booms, bangs and explosions can be heard for many miles. However, these "Sounds of Freedom" are vital training opportunities and learning lessons for the Marine Corps and other agencies that utilize the many
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Marines Release Next Battles Won' Ad, New Website

Story by GySgt Justin Kronenberg on 03/28/2017 QUANTICO, Virginia Marine Corps Recruiting Command released the latest advertisement under the Battles Won' brand idea, along with a redesigned website, March 28. The ad, like the other work in the recently-launched campaign, is aimed at the recruitable population and their influencers (i.e.,
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Marine Raider tells story of Guadalcanal in WWII

Story by Jeremy Beale on 03/27/2017 Ninety-seven year-old James "Horse" Smith, also known as "Horse Collar", a member of the World War II, 1st Marine Raider Battalion, was welcomed to Marine Corps Base Quantico's Raider Hall Martial Arts Center of Excellence March 6, to speak with Marine Corps Embassy Security
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Training Marines is a noisy business but Quantico strives to be a good neighbor

Story by Valerie OBerry on 03/27/2017 With more than 54,000 acres of range and training areas aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, training Marines to be mission ready is one of the primary functions of the base. Since 1917 Quantico has been training Marines to fight the country's battles around the
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Registration open for EFMP Fun Field Day Meet

Story by James Andrews on 03/27/2017 Registration is now open for the 5th annual Quantico Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Special Olympics Fun Field Day Meet, which will take place at Butler Stadium on April 22 from 10 a.m.1 p.m. Volunteers and athletes can complete their registration at www.goo.gl/yjSEou or
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Education leaders build on a common goal but compete on the range

Story by James Andrews on 03/27/2017 Twice a year, the directors and deputy directors of the seven, scattered Enlisted Professional Military Education (EPME) Academies of Marine Corps University get together for information sharing and comradery. From Feb. 20Feb. 24 , Col. C.J. Williams, director of EPME at Marine Corps University
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