Marine Corps Base Quantico


Marine Corps Base Quantico

"Crossroads of the Marine Corps"

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement

“To provide Base Operating Support functions for execution of the overall mission of Marine Corps Combat Development Command, to include: personnel administration; facilities; logistics; safety; security; public information; legal; base operations; training management; community services support; and inspector general responsibilities for organic and tenant organizations, units and activities.”

 Vision Statement

“MCB Quantico builds on its proud tradition of excellence to provide world-class support and quality of life services that are responsive to Marine Corps Base, MCCDC, Training and Education Command and tenant requirements, and the needs of our military members, families, and civilians within a safe and secure environment.”

MCB Quantico ─ the “Crossroads of the Corps” ─ has traditionally played an important role in the Marine Corps and has established a reputation for innovation. That spirit must continue. In an era of declining resources, increasing commitments, and technological change, MCB Quantico must not only be flexible and adaptable, but proactive in identifying and exploiting opportunities to improve its efficiency and effectiveness.

The focus must be to provide superior support to those Quantico serves: MCCDC, TECOM, the tenant organizations, and military members and their families. However, support responsibilities no longer stop at the fence line. Increasingly, MCB Quantico will be involved in providing regional support to the National Capital Region and beyond. The challenge for the future is to continue to provide world-class support to an expanding customer base.

Quality of life is a high priority. MCB Quantico, in partnership with the local communities, provides a quality of life that is second to none. Modern facilities and housing, a high level of community safety and security, model family support programs, retirement services, programs on and off Base, and a wide array of recreational opportunities directly contribute to enhanced force readiness, morale, and retention.