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Pictured are the winners for 2018 MCB Quantico Civilian Awards. Security Battalions own Services Officer, Mr. Keith Simas Senior Civilian of the Quarter,  Sgt John Hughes Junior Civilian of the Year, Officer Drew Weston Junior Civilian of the Quarter.  To their flanks are Security Battalion leadership in support.
Security and Emergency services are the primary mission to Security Battalion, but also are active participants in MCB Quantico intramural Sports. Shown here is SecBn at the line shooting free throws.
LtGen Charote made a personal visit to Security Battalion to shake the hands of the Officers that took part in the apprehension of a potentially threatening situation aboard MCB Quantico.
LCpl Barragan standing his post at Gate 1. Rain or shine, Code RED, Code BLUE, The Marines and Civilians of PMO are always standing watch!
Security Battalion hosted there first Command Sponsored Cpls Course of the year. Pictures here is Class 612-19 prior to Mess Night.
The Provost Marshal and CID OIC were giving Marines from PMO a well-deserved time off and manning the gates!
Defense Biometric Identification System logo.
Col. William Bentley (left), the commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Quantico, Elaine Marsh, Brig. Gen. David Maxwell, the assistant deputy commandant for Installations and Logistics, and Col. Joseph Murray, the commander of Marine Corps Installations National Capital Region, pose for a photo during Elaine’s retirement at Lejeune Hall aboard MCB Quantico, Virginia, January 3, 2019. Elaine served as a federal employee for 31 years and 11 months.
Col. William Bentley, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Quantico, Elaine Marsh, and her family pose for a photo during Elaine’s retirement at Lejeune Hall aboard MCB Quantico, Virginia, January 3, 2019. Elaine served as a federal employee for 31 years and 11 months.
SemperToons #12
Happy New Years!
The Marine Corps University (MCU) Energy & Innovation Scholars Program met on Wednesday, December 12 at the Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Creativity.  Marine teams have been working on solutions to energy-related problems on the battlefield.  Lt. Gen. Charles G. Chiarotti, deputy commandant for Installations and Logistics, reviewed each team’s proposal.
This tradition of hers began eight years ago, when her first child passed away in Nov. 2010.
Staff Sgt. Melissa Marnell, Marine Corps Base Quantico CommStrat, also a combat correspondent, had the honor of assisting Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency in fulfilling our Nation's promise to account for and bring our service members home.
During a layover in Atlanta, Georgia, plane-side honors were delivered during the dignified transfer
Marine Corps Reserve Staff Sgt. Richard J. Murphy, combat correspondent, killed during World War II, was accounted for on July 25 and returned home to his family Nov. 29, 2018.
Marine Col. William C. Bentley III, commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Quantico (MCBQ) and Sgt. Maj. Michael W. Hensley, sergeant major of MCBQ, delivers the base's donations to the Toys for Tots Northern Virginia campaign's warehouse in Fredericksburg, December 6, 2018
Marine Col. William C. Bentley III, commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Quantico (MCBQ) and Sgt. Maj. Michael W. Hensley, sergeant major of MCBQ, delivers the base's donations to the Toys for Tots Northern Virginia campaign's warehouse in Fredericksburg, December 6, 2018
Marine Col. William C. Bentley III, commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Quantico (MCBQ) and Sgt. Maj. Michael W. Hensley, sergeant major of MCBQ, delivers the base's donations to the Toys for Tots Northern Virginia campaign's warehouse in Fredericksburg, December 6, 2018
2nd Lt Michelle Burris, assembles a small kitchen table for a veteran during a Vets on Track delivery mission.
2nd Lt Michelle Burris (left) and Rick Ecker, a retired Marine master sergeant and founder of the Vets on Track Foundation, head back to the trucks after another successful delivery mission supporting veterans