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Marine Corps Base Quantico


Marine Corps Base Quantico

"Crossroads of the Marine Corps"

Mission Assurance Branch

A security program to protect personnel, information, and critical resources from asymmetrical attacks. This is accomplished through the planned integration of personal security, physical security, and law enforcement, all supported by the synchronization of doctrine, training, operations, intelligence, and resources.

If you have problems accessing the training site, please click on AT Level I Help once you log on to the Antiterrorism Level I Training System. *

Eagle Eyes

Report suspicious behavior:

Are you aware of anyone recording or monitoring activities, taking notes, or using cameras,cell phones, maps, binoculars, etc., near a military facility?

Suspicious Questioning
Are you aware of anyone attempting to gain information in person or via phone, mail, e-mail, etc., regarding deployment status of units or personnel?

Tests of Security
Are you aware of any attempts to penetrate or test physical security or procedures at amilitary facility?

Acquiring Supplies
Are you aware of anyone attempting to improperly acquire explosives, weapons, ammunition, dangerous chemicals, uniforms, badges, flight manuals, access cards, or identification that could be used in a terrorist or criminal act?

Suspicious Persons
Are you aware of anyone who does not appear to belong in the workplace, neighborhood or business establishment near a military facility?

Dry Runs
Have you observed any behavior that appears to be preparation for terrorist activity, such as mapping out routes, playing out scenarios with other people, monitoring military facilities, timing traffic lights or traffic flow, or any other suspicious activities?

Deploying Assets
Have you observed abandoned vehicles, stockpiling of suspicious materials, or persons being deployed near a military facility?

Report any suspicious activity to (703) 432-EYES (3937).

Protect Your Privacy
With the threat of identity theft more prevalent today than ever before, protecting your privacy online is crucial to avoid the inconvenience and stress of countering such a breech of finances and personal information with credit agencies and police departments. Concealing this data from adversaries is also necessary and the Marine Corps has released a guide that can assist with this effort in the Public People Search Database Removal Guide recently published from the Cybersecurity Division.

Contact Information
Report any suspicious activity to (703) 432-EYES (3937).