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Holy Family Academy rallies and defeats Quantico April 09, 2014 — The Quantico Middle/High School Warriors baseball team played the Holy Family Academy Vendeens, from Manassas, on April 9, 2014, at George Hellwig Memorial Park in Manassas. The Warriors held back the Vendeens for the most of the game, but couldn’t stop a rally in the last inning, losing 11-10.At the top of the first inning, it seemed like the MORE
New technology could autonomize rotary-wing landings April 08, 2014 — Going beyond remote-controlled technology that currently exists for aircraft, the Office of Naval Research is spearheading the development of a new rotary-wing aircraft software and sensor system that would bring autonomous approaches and landings via manned or unmanned helicopters.According to ONR, the Autonomous Aerial Cargo/Utility System is MORE
Special Olympics brings fun for all April 05, 2014 — The Special Olympics Fun Field Day Meet was held at Butler Stadium for the second year in a row on April 5, 2014.The Exceptional Family Member Program partnered with the surrounding counties and the D.C. area to spread the word about the meet. The athletes made their way onto the field with their family, friends and volunteers by their side, who MORE
Easter Services Schedule April 04, 2014 — Roman Catholic ServicesPalm Sunday13 Apr  0900   MMC13 Apr  1200   MMCHoly Thursday/Washing of Feet*17 Apr 1900   MMC*No Daily Mass on 17 April.Nocturnal Adoration after Mass until 2200.Good Friday18 Apr  1500   MMCHoly Saturday Vigil19 Apr  2015   MMCEaster Sunday20 Apr  0900             MMCProtestant ServicesPalm Sunday13 Apr  1030 Traditional MORE
Code Talkers Hall opens annex, Navajo vet attends April 04, 2014 — The annex at Code Talkers Hall, home of Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Command, was dedicated to Platoon 382, the original Navajo code talkers who served during World War II, on April 4, 2014.The annex was built onto building 27410 on Hotpatch Rd. aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, in 2012 because the increase of staff members at Code MORE
WWR rededicates building to Navy Cross recipient April 03, 2014 — The Wounded Warrior Regiment had its seventh anniversary on April 3, 2014, where they rededicated their building, on Marine Corps Base Quantico, in the name of Navy Cross recipient, Lance Cpl. Christopher Adlesperger. Adlesperger gave his life for his country in 2004 while fighting insurgents in Fallujah, Iraq.Lt. Col. Andrew McNulty, currently the MORE
Marines honored by Wounded Warrior Regiment April 03, 2014 — The Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment honored three individuals during an award ceremony on April 3, 2014, at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Two Marines and a civilian were recognized for their actions during 2013.“Our battalions sent back several nominees for these awards,” said Sgt. Maj. Michael Mack, the sergeant major for the MORE
Russell Students learn about the “Wonders of the Earth” April 03, 2014 — Students from kindergarten to second grade from John H. Russell Elementary School on Marine Corps Base Quantico, performed in a musical production about the “Wonders of the Earth” on April 3, 2014. The students learned songs about the continents, islands, oceans and the animals that live there.“We started rehearsing for this performance about six MORE
Ms. Diane, 7-Day’s beloved ‘cashier lady’ retires April 03, 2014 — Every morning, Diane Frazier, 70, walks several blocks from her home in The Town of Quantico to the Marine Mart also known as the 7-Day Store, on Barnett Ave.  It’s a familiar routine for the cashier who has worked for 23 years at Marine Corps Community Services but, on June 27, she will retire. Frazier, affectionately known as “Ms. Diane” among MORE
Stafford Sheriff’s Department introduces tracking device for Quantico EFMP families April 03, 2014 — Just a few months ago, an autistic child went missing aboard Quantico. It took authorities awhile to figure out where and who the child was, because of his non-verbal nature, Monique O’Neil, manager at the Exceptional Family Member Program, told a small group of military family members at the McHugh Woods Community Center on March 24, 2014.Nearly MORE

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