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"Crossroads of the Marine Corps"

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U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. David H. Berger, right, out going commanding general, Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC), and out going deputy commandant, Combat Development and Integration (CD&I), transfers command to Lt. Gen. Eric M. Smith, oncoming commanding general, MCCDC, and oncoming deputy commandant, CD&I, at Lejeune Field, Quantico, Va., June 13, 2019. Berger joined MCCDC August 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Cristian L. Ricardo)
U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Lindsay Carrick, 26, finished the 2019 Marine Corps Historic Half with purpose and pride as the first female finisher in a time of 1:25:02.
Christopher Pirch, 39, of Spotsylvania, VA finished third for the men in 1:16:00.
A husband and wife duo earned the top Semper 5ive finishes. Mark Hopely, 30, set a new Semper 5ive course record by two seconds with his top finish of 27:18. Emily Hopely, 32, was the top female finisher with a time of 34:30. The couple shared the awards stage celebrating a shared win in their hometown of Fredericksburg, VA.
A husband and wife duo earned the top Semper 5ive finishes. Mark Hopely, 30, set a new Semper 5ive course record by two seconds with his top finish of 27:18. Emily Hopely, 32, was the top female finisher with a time of 34:30. The couple shared the awards stage celebrating a shared win in their hometown of Fredericksburg, VA.
Ardmore, PA native, Abigail Cember, 27, earned second place for the women with a time of 1:27:08.
Fredericksburg, VA local and U.S. Marine Corps wife, Erica Brecher, 33, finished third with a time of 1:27:14.
Combined Unit Exercise 18.2
A split photo of Sgt. Carlito Maxwell showing both times he was promoted to the rank of Sgt.
Master Sgt. Morris Mayfield instructs students in the school house for food service marines.
Master Sgt. Morris Mayfield poses for a photo
Frances Seybold, MCBQ Commstrat
Frances Seybold, MCBQ Commstrat
Frances Seybold, MCBQ Commstrat
Meet Maj. Anthony “Humpty” Parker, a VH-3D and VH-60 pilot with HMX-1, Marine Corps Base Quantico.
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.
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.
LtGen Chiarotti 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.
The Provost Marshal and CID OIC were giving Marines from PMO a well-deserved time off and manning the gates!
Security Battalion hosted there first Command Sponsored Cpls Course of the year. Pictures here is Class 612-19 prior to Mess Night.