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New deputy command chaplain on board, new H&S Bn. chaplain at the ready February 10, 2014 — It’s a small world in the circle of Navy chaplains who serve the Marine Corps.  The commander who will become the Headquarters and Service Battalion chaplain in March served as the battalion’s junior chaplain in the mid-1990s, alongside Chaplain Milton Gianulis, who is now Quantico’s command chaplain. That’s Cmdr. Gordon Ritchie, currently the MORE
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New deputy command chaplain on board, new H&S Bn. chaplain at the ready
New home for legal services appearing on chapel lawn February 07, 2014 — The Legal Services Support Section for the National Capital Region, which stood up at Quantico more than a year ago, will soon have a new home between Lejeune Hall and the Marine Memorial Chapel.“They came here without the required facilities,” said Joe Provenzano, deputy director of the Installation and Environment Division. “So we have a trailer MORE
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New home for legal services appearing on chapel lawn
Quantico pushes on with weekend, nighttime power-down initiative February 07, 2014 — When Marine Corps Base Quantico started implementing a "benchmark building performance" energy conservation program last year, Jeff Boelman, head of Naval Health Clinic Quantico’s Facilities Department, expected difficulty in changing people’s behaviors.  "When they first came out with it, I thought, this is going to be very difficult, very hard, MORE
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Father and daughter dance sells out again February 07, 2014 — Nothing short of a great time was had as more than 300 father and daughters showed up at the Children Youth and Teen Program’s Father and Daughter Dance at The Clubs At Quantico and Crossroads Events Center on Feb. 7, 2014.  This event had been sold out the last 10 years and this year, with more than 50 additional people allowed to attend, the MORE
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Father and daughter dance sells out again
Marines dodge daily duties February 07, 2014 — They jumped, ducked, swerved and blocked to save their lives as the crowd yelled in excitement. Eighteen teams gathered at Barber Physical Activity Center for the Headquarters and Service Battalion Quarterly Dodge Ball Tournament on Feb. 7, 2014. The finance team from Combat Development Company was undefeated and took the trophy with a 6-0 MORE
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Marines dodge daily duties
Team River Runners chapter officially includes Quantico February 06, 2014 —  It’s official. As of last month, the Team River Runners chapter that helped to stage a Father’s Day Flotilla and a Blockade Race at the Town of Quantico last year has changed its name to the Belvoir-Quantico Team River Runner, and an expanded relationship with the town and the base that shares its name is planned for the near future.  The chapter MORE
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Team River Runners chapter officially includes Quantico
Semper Fit supports New Year Resolutions with diet and fitness classes February 06, 2014 — Every year, tons of people make New Year’s resolutions but, according to a 2013 University of Scranton study on New Year’s resolutions, only 8 percent actually succeed. Some of the top ones are health or fitness related. As a result, gyms everywhere are flooded with new members and people crowd the healthy food sections at the grocery store.  The MORE
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Pushing into the New Year with high goals
Combined Awards Program recognizes Marines from all over world February 06, 2014 — Marines from all over the world came to The Clubs of Quantico on Feb. 3, 2014, to be recognized for their outstanding performance in the last year as a part of the Commandant of the Marine Corps Combined Awards Program. The top two Marines in several categories were brought in and the announcement was made about who won the top spot.  The MORE
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Corps launches new, online Career Course for staff sergeants February 06, 2014 — Staff sergeants can say goodbye to the dated, paper-based Marine Corps Institute Career Course and hello to a new, interactive online course that aligns closer to expectations of the operating forces.  The Marine Corps University College of Distance Education and Training, working closely with the Enlisted Professional Military Branch, developed a MORE
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Buried in vaults aboard Quantico is the history of the Corps February 05, 2014 — When a lieutenant colonel with the Marine Corps Embassy Security Group needed footage for a training video, she came to the Oral and Video History Section in the basement of Breckenridge Hall, where collection manager Tom Baughn is now digging up film for her related to the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing, the evacuation of the U.S. embassy in Saigon MORE
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Buried in vaults aboard Quantico is the history of the Corps

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