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Marine Corps Base Quantico

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Angie enjoys completing a long jump during an event at the Special Olympics, hosted by EFMP aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Apr. 16.
Special Olympics hosted by EFMP was fun for all
Angie enjoys completing a long jump during an event at the Special Olympics, hosted by EFMP aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Apr. 16.
Christian Fagala, 9, of Quantico, Va., receives the Operation Homefront 2016 Marine Corps Military Child of the Year Award, during Operation Homefront’s Eighth Annual Military Child of the Year® Award Ceremony here on Thursday, April 14.  Presenting the award are Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (right); Maj. Gen. James W. Lukeman, Commanding General, Marine Corps Training and Education Command; Catherine Blades, Chairwoman of the Board at Operation Homefront and Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, at Aflac; and Brig. Gen. (ret.) John I. Pray Jr., President and CEO of Operation Homefront.
2016 Marine Corps Military Child of the Year Award
Christian Fagala, 9, of Quantico, Va., receives the Operation Homefront 2016 Marine Corps Military Child of the Year Award, during Operation Homefront’s Eighth Annual Military Child of the Year® Award Ceremony here on Thursday, April 14. Presenting the award are Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (right); Maj. Gen. James W. Lukeman, Commanding General, Marine Corps Training and Education Command; Catherine Blades, Chairwoman of the Board at Operation Homefront and Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, at Aflac; and Brig. Gen. (ret.) John I. Pray Jr., President and CEO of Operation Homefront.
Abigail, 3, colors a picture with the help of her dad, Chaplain Loren Crone, at the Teddy Bear Clinic Apr. 8.
Quantico children take their stuffed animals to the Teddy Bear Clinic
Abigail, 3, colors a picture with the help of her dad, Chaplain Loren Crone, at the Teddy Bear Clinic Apr. 8.
Staff Sgt. Michael McCloud runs with son Michael, 8, on the buddy-carry portion of a kids Combat Fitness Test. The event was part of Take Your Child to Work Day at Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico Mar. 31.
April is Month of the Military Child
Staff Sgt. Michael McCloud runs with son Michael, 8, on the buddy-carry portion of a kids Combat Fitness Test. The event was part of Take Your Child to Work Day at Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico Mar. 31.
April is both Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Month of the Military Child. On April 1 and April 15, wear blue to the office to show your support for this cause.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Month of the Military Child
April is both Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Month of the Military Child. On April 1 and April 15, wear blue to the office to show your support for this cause.
Col. Allen Broughton, MCB Quantico chief of staff, and Sgt. Maj. Gerald Saunders, MCB Quantico sergeant major, represent the President of the United States during the annual James Madison Wreath-Laying Ceremony held at Montpelier, March 16.
President James Madison wreath-laying ceremony
Col. Allen Broughton, MCB Quantico chief of staff, and Sgt. Maj. Gerald Saunders, MCB Quantico sergeant major, represent the President of the United States during the annual James Madison Wreath-Laying Ceremony held at Montpelier, March 16.
Marines at The Basic School participating in a a platoon in defense demonstration at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., take a break from training in order to speak with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter as he visits the base to observe Marine Corps training and speak with Marines March 9, 2016.  (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. Adrian Cadiz)(Released)
SD visits Marine Corps Base Quantico
Marines at The Basic School participating in a a platoon in defense demonstration at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., take a break from training in order to speak with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter as he visits the base to observe Marine Corps training and speak with Marines March 9, 2016. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. Adrian Cadiz)(Released)
Standing watch over "hostage negotiations" during an active shooter exercise in Lejeune Hall.
Active Shooter Exercise
Standing watch over "hostage negotiations" during an active shooter exercise in Lejeune Hall.
Marine Corps Base Quantico Military Police display the traditional symbol of mourning when a fellow officer has fallen.

Mourning Band: Quantico Honors Marine Reservist, Prince William County Police Officer Ashley M. Guindon, who was Gunned Down in the Line of Duty, Feb. 27.
Quantico Honors Ashley M. Guindon
Marine Corps Base Quantico Military Police display the traditional symbol of mourning when a fellow officer has fallen. Mourning Band: Quantico Honors Marine Reservist, Prince William County Police Officer Ashley M. Guindon, who was Gunned Down in the Line of Duty, Feb. 27.
Cpl. Jhon Espinal poses with the cast figure for which he was the model. The cast figure is of an ammunitions gunner deploying from a UH-34D helicopter. The cast figure will be part of a new scene set in 1965, during the Vietnam War, for the National Museum of the Marine Corps’s Leatherneck Gallery. The scene will be on display when the museum reopens April 1.
Quantico Marine models meet their double at the National Museum of the Marine Corps
Cpl. Jhon Espinal poses with the cast figure for which he was the model. The cast figure is of an ammunitions gunner deploying from a UH-34D helicopter. The cast figure will be part of a new scene set in 1965, during the Vietnam War, for the National Museum of the Marine Corps’s Leatherneck Gallery. The scene will be on display when the museum reopens April 1.
Candidates assigned to Delta Company, Officer Candidates Class-221, work together to complete the Buddy Team Fire and Movement Course at Brown Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, on Jan. 28. The mission of Officer Candidates School (OCS) is to “educate and train officer candidates in Marine Corps knowledge and skills within a controlled, challenging, and chaotic environment in order to evaluate and screen individuals for the leadership, moral, mental, and physical qualities required for commissioning as a Marine Corps officer.”
Officer Candidates School
Candidates assigned to Delta Company, Officer Candidates Class-221, work together to complete the Buddy Team Fire and Movement Course at Brown Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, on Jan. 28. The mission of Officer Candidates School (OCS) is to “educate and train officer candidates in Marine Corps knowledge and skills within a controlled, challenging, and chaotic environment in order to evaluate and screen individuals for the leadership, moral, mental, and physical qualities required for commissioning as a Marine Corps officer.”
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