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    Marine Corps Base Quantico      

    Quantico, VA, US  

    Recent Images

    Non-lethal Weapons Training

    Non-lethal Weapons Training

    09.21.2021 | Photo by Tia Dufour
    U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Tyler Scott, military police with Quantico Provost Marshal Office, instructs Marines with 10th Marine Regiment, 2d Marine...
    OCS Alpha Company Haircuts

    OCS Alpha Company Haircuts

    09.16.2021 | Photo by Tia Dufour
    A U.S. Marine Corps officer candidate with Alpha Company receives his initial haircut during Officer Candidates School (OCS) on Marine Corps Base...
    Crash and fire rescue

    Crash and fire rescue

    09.16.2021 | Photo by Pfc. Caden Phillips
    U.S. Marines with Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico execute fire and rescue training at the airfield on Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia,...
    Alpha Company Uniform Issue

    Alpha Company Uniform Issue

    09.13.2021 | Photo by Tia Dufour
    U.S. Marine Corps officer candidates from Alpha Company are issued uniform items upon arriving at Officer Candidates School on Marine Corps Base...

    Recent Videos

    Recent News Stories

    U.S. Marine Sgt. Christopher Williams with Marine...

    08.11.2021 | Story by Lance Cpl. Paige Verry
    The U.S. Marine Corps Rifle Team made their mark on the historic ranges of Camp Perry, Port Clinton, Ohio while competing in the 2021 National Matches, July 26 through Aug. 10. The team placed fourth out of 58 six-man teams comprised of U.S. service members, junior shooters and civilians. U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Christopher Williams, a competitor with the Marine Corps Rifle Team, finished ninth out of 836 shooters in the Rifle President’s...

    Community in Recreation – Warrior Challenge...

    07.21.2021 | Story by Lance Cpl. Paige Verry
    TRIANGLE, Va. – Members of the Prince William County Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism held a ribbon cutting ceremony to introduce the new Warrior Challenge Course at Locust Shade Park, July 21, 2021. In attendance was U.S. Marine Corps Col. Michael L. Brooks, commanding officer, Marine Corps Base Quantico, as well as members of the community that supported the construction and planning of the project over the course of a year.

    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

    CorpsToons - Allergies

    CorpsToons - Allergies

    04.30.2021 | Graphics by Charles Wolf
    Cartoon makes light of Marines having allergies in the spring time and another Marines thinks it is a chemical attack. (U.S. Marine Corps...
    CorpsToons - Tin Can

    CorpsToons - Tin Can

    04.07.2021 | Graphics by Charles Wolf
    CorpsToons shows a two people on a computer screen with tin cans questioning how does some work out of them. Lower panel reveals a temporary...