Marine Corps Base Quantico

 

Marine Corps Base Quantico

"Crossroads of the Marine Corps"

Officer Candidates test their courage, commitment and motivation as they navigate through the infamous Quigley water obstacle course at Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. The Quigley consists of a long canal with barbed wire and three 4-foot cement culverts submerged in swampy, snake-infested water that candidates must swim through as a part of the OCS training program.
The Quigley
Officer Candidates test their courage, commitment and motivation as they navigate through the infamous Quigley water obstacle course at Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. The Quigley consists of a long canal with barbed wire and three 4-foot cement culverts submerged in swampy, snake-infested water that candidates must swim through as a part of the OCS training program.
Officer Candidates navigate through the dense woods of Quantico during a small unit leader evaluation evolution. The evaluation tests the candidates physical, mental and, most importantly, leadership skills necessary and required of all Marine officers before they are commissioned as second lieutenants.
Small Unit Leader Evaluation exercise
Officer Candidates navigate through the dense woods of Quantico during a small unit leader evaluation evolution. The evaluation tests the candidates physical, mental and, most importantly, leadership skills necessary and required of all Marine officers before they are commissioned as second lieutenants.
An Officer Candidate negotiates a wire obstacle in the woods of Quantico during a Small Unit Leader Evaluation exercise at Officer Candidate School. The purpose of the exercise is to test individual candidates on their ability to not only lead, but to motivate and confidently accomplish the mission with their unit while in a chaotic environment.
Small Unit Leader Evaluation exercise
An Officer Candidate negotiates a wire obstacle in the woods of Quantico during a Small Unit Leader Evaluation exercise at Officer Candidate School. The purpose of the exercise is to test individual candidates on their ability to not only lead, but to motivate and confidently accomplish the mission with their unit while in a chaotic environment.
Officer Candidates test their courage, commitment and motivation as they navigate through the infamous Quigley water obstacle course at Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. The Quigley consists of a long canal with barbed wire and three 4-foot cement culverts submerged in swampy, snake-infested water that candidates must swim through as a part of the OCS training program.
The Quigley
Officer Candidates test their courage, commitment and motivation as they navigate through the infamous Quigley water obstacle course at Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. The Quigley consists of a long canal with barbed wire and three 4-foot cement culverts submerged in swampy, snake-infested water that candidates must swim through as a part of the OCS training program.
An Officer Candidate tests his courage, commitment and motivation as they navigate through the infamous Quigley water obstacle course at Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. The Quigley consists of a long canal with barbed wire and three 4-foot cement culverts submerged in swampy, snake-infested water that candidates must swim through as a part of the OCS training program.
The Quigley
An Officer Candidate tests his courage, commitment and motivation as they navigate through the infamous Quigley water obstacle course at Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. The Quigley consists of a long canal with barbed wire and three 4-foot cement culverts submerged in swampy, snake-infested water that candidates must swim through as a part of the OCS training program.
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Quantico federal job opportunities

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