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    Marine Corps Base Quantico      

    Quantico, VA, US  

    Recent Images

    OCS E-Course

    OCS E-Course

    02.22.2019 | Photo by Cpl. Cristian Ricardo
    A U.S. Marine officer candidate participates in the Endurance Course at the Officer Candidates School, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Feb. 22,...
    Fartlek

    Fartlek

    02.09.2019 | Photo by Cpl. Cristian Ricardo
    U.S. Marine officer candidates stretch before the start of a Fartlek event at the Officer Candidates School, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Feb....

    Recent Videos

    Never Forgotten

    Never Forgotten

    03.05.2019 | Video by Cpl. Kaleb Dillard
    Medal of honor recipient Hershel "Woody" Williams gives a speech at the dedication ceremony for the tribute to the fallen and their families...
    A Few Good Snow Days

    A Few Good Snow Days

    01.29.2019 | Video by Cpl. Kaleb Dillard
    Who ordered the Code Red? We noticed a common theme in the comments section from all of you when the base is cancelled and you get a day off so...

    Recent News Stories

    Black Migration: Moving Forward

    Black Migration: Moving Forward

    02.15.2019 | Courtesy Story
    For Master Sgt. Aaron A. Bonner, moving forward is to give to those you care about what they deserve: time, love and even another Marine.

    Motor-vating Marine lost more than 200 pounds to...

    01.15.2019 | Story by Lance Cpl. Paige Verry
    U.S. Marine Corps Motor Transport Operator, Private First Class Samuel Whitfield, a resident of LaFayette Georgia, lost 205 pounds over the course of a year and 3 months to join the Marine Corps. Whitfield has carried on his legacy to his current unit aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia.
    Toys for Tots: Support the Supporters

    Toys for Tots: Support the Supporters

    12.10.2018 | Courtesy Story
    The mission of Toys for Tots is to collect new toys and distribute them to less-fortunate children across America. This year, the Northern...

    Native American Heritage Month: Commemoration of...

    11.21.2018 | Story by Frances Seybold
    November is the month of celebration for Native American Heritage Month. Code Talker Hall aboard Marine Corps Base Quanitco, Virginia, commemorates the Native American Code Talkers and all other Native American service members. Lance Cpl. AaRron Smith

    Committed to Corps

    11.13.2018 | Courtesy Story
    MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. -- “Once a Marine, always a Marine.” It’s a phrase used to remind Marines – all Marines, past and present – of when they earned the Eagle, Globe and Anchor and that the title Marine stays with them forever. The phrase also reminds them of the legacy they share, bound by the same cloth.

    Recent Audio

    Captain Katie Petronio

    07.12.2012 | Courtesy Audio
    Captain Katie Petronio talks to a reporter with Leatherneck Magazine about a recent article she wrote.

    Graphics

    Centennial Banner

    Centennial Banner

    05.05.2017 | Courtesy Graphics
    45" x 170" banner design created in Adobe Illustrator honoring the Centennial Ceremony marking 100 years of Marines at Quantico from 1917...
    Centennial Banner

    Centennial Banner

    05.05.2017 | Graphics by Staff Sgt. Randy Kirby
    45" x 170" banner design created in Adobe Illustrator honoring the Centennial Ceremony marking 100 years of Marines at Quantico from 1917...