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Lt. Col. Shane Gouker, operations officer for Futures Directorate, Combat Development and Integration Department, plays the role of a renegade shooter at The Raymond G. Davis Center aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico during an active-shooter drill with role players Tuesday.
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Staff Sgt. Liciaga-Recci, administrative chief to the base commander, Marine Corps Base Quantico, is one of the recent selectees for the Warrant Officer Basic Course and will attend the course that begins on Jan. 27.
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This pickup truck was travelling too fast for the road conditions aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico and wrecked earlier this year.
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This pickup truck was travelling too fast for the road conditions aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico and wrecked earlier this year.
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Marines transport the casket carrying the body of a fallen Marine during a military funeral at Quantico National Cemetery on Dec. 5.
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Members of Quantico Power Lifting Team are Cpl. Joshua Horne, left, combat instructor, The Basic School; Staff Sgt. Matthew Reep, platoon sergeant, Warfighting Company, Infantry Platoon, The Basic School; Private First Class Tiffany Boyd, data network specialist, Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center; and Petty Officer Third Class Caleb Stricklin, corpsman, David R. Ray Branch Health Clinic.
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Beavers are capable of felling large trees by gnawing through the trunk in a circular pattern, as they have done to this tree adjacent to Louis Road aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico. They use tree bark as their primary food source and the trunk and branches to build their homes and create dams.
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Beavers are members of the rodent family and have large, strong teeth for gnawing through wood, as can be seen in this photograph of a beaver skull in the Fish and Wildlife and Agronomy Program office aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico.
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Facilities employees at Marine Corps Base Quantico were recognized by Assistant Secretary of the Navy Dennis McGinn for their efforts in reducing energy usage by 27 percent, since 2003.
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Sgt. Gustavo Antonio Arroliga-Lopez, a  Marine recruiter in Woodbridge and a native of Nicaragua, takes the Oath of Citizenship along with other new citizens during last month’s Naturalization Ceremony at the National Museum of the Marine Corps last month.
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Quantico Middle/High School students attend a Model United Nations conference at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, Nov. 14-16. Students in business attire.
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On Nov. 25, six Marines graduated from the Marine Combat Instructor of Water Survival course, including Staff Sgt. Adam Jacks, the first single-limb amputee to attempt and complete the grueling training.
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Staff Sgt. Adam Jacks became the first single-limb amputee to pass the grueling Marine Combat Instructor of Water Survival course on Nov. 25.
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Fr. Vincent Capodanno was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Vietnam. The medal was donate by his family to the Marine Corps and will be displayed in the chapel at The Basic School.
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As a lasting gift to the staff of Ramer Hall, the recent graduates of the Marine Combat Instructor of Water Survival course created a plaque that held the improvised prosthetic limb of Staff Sgt. Adam Jacks, the first single-limb amputee to complete the training.
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Two Air Force C-17 transport planes sit on the tarmac just in front of the headquarters building at Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico during this undated picture.
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