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Marines perform their duties as air traffic controllers at Marine Corps Air Station in Miramar, CA during the Korean War.
Col. John Atkinson, commanding officer of Headquarters and Service Battalion, thanks Gunnery Sgt. Carlos Perez for donating at the Armed Services Blood Program blood drive held on Sept. 11, 2018.
Marine Corp Base Quantico donors enjoying their snacks after rolling up their sleeves to donate at an Armed Services Blood Program blood drive held on Sept. 11, 2018.
Triathletes compete in the Quantico Triathlon (Quantico Tri) hosted by Marine Corps Base Quantico (MCBQ), Va., Aug.25, 2018. The Quantico Tri is a three part event consisting of a 750 meter open water swim, a 20K cycle tour of MCBQ, and a 5K run.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by; Lance Cpl Donte Busker)
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Civilian employees of MCINCR-MCBQ were recognized Aug. 2 for their years, of dedicated service to the Federal Government
Corporal Steven Fiegura volunteers weekly at the Fredericksburg Society for the Prevention for Cruelty to Animals.
Colonel William C. Bentley III Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Installations National Capital Region – Marine Corps Base Quantico
Sergeant Major Michael W. Hensley
Sergeant Major, Marine Corps Installations National Capital Region – Marine Corps Base Quantico
Throughout the month of April, Marines and Civilians of the Provost Marshal's Office (PMO) have been conducting Active Shooter and First Aid training. The Law Enforcement (LE) trainers of PMO created a thorough training package consisting of classroom instruction, lessons learned from previous active shooter incidents throughout the country and then applied them in a training scenario aboard MCB Quantico.
Security Battalion's Criminal Investigation Division (CID) was presented investigative merit awards for their work in OPERATION PURPLE HARBOR.   A Commandants Directive on Social Media Conduct. The Marines and Civilain's of CID invested countless hours on this mission and were recognized at the 32nd Annual Prince William Valor Awards Ceremony.
Fire and Emergency responders are shown as they control access to a wildfire at one of the many ranges throughout Marine Corps Base Quantico. This particular fire lasted two days of dedicated support from the fire department.
National Telecommunications Week is April 8-14, Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicators. It was first conceived by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County (Calif.) Pictured are some of Security Battalions own telecommunicators.
Shown here are Fire fighters conducting controlled burns in order to contain a range fire.
Shown on the right, Civilian Law Enforcement Training Officer, Sergeant Carlos Ansley observing proper procedures and giving on the spot refinements while Civilian Police Officers of Security Battalion conduct Active Shooter training for the month of April.
The July 1935 issue is the first hard copy of the Quantico Sentry available at the Gray Research Library where the publication’s entire history is preserved.  The first paper was actually published May 31, 1935.
A column was written in the 50th anniversary issue celebrating the Quantico Sentry and its history in May 1985.
The logo of the Quantico Sentry (called the flag in the newspaper business) was redesigned numerous times and the different renditions are depicted here in the 25th anniversary edition of the paper.
The Quantico VRE shuttle services uses both buses and vans to transport employees aboard Quantico to and from the train station. The Quantico VRE shuttle service starts running at 5:20 a.m. and the last ride to the train depot is at 6:17 p.m.