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Aerial documentation of Marine Corps University after final construction phase of Warner Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Dec. 21, 2015. (Official United States Marine Corps photo by Kathy Reesey/Not released)
Aerial documentation of Marine Corps University after final construction phase of Warner Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Dec. 21, 2015. (Official United States Marine Corps photo by Kathy Reesey/Not released)
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Aerial documentation of Marine Corps University after final construction phase of Warner Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Dec. 21, 2015. (Official United States Marine Corps photo by Kathy Reesey/Not released)
Interior and exterior of MCU new construction.

 

 

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5/20/2020
Hurricane season is a part of life for residents living along the Eastern Seaboard, and with the recent passage of Tropical Storm Arthur this week, ahead of the official hurricane season, there is already a renewed focus on upcoming weather anomalies. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River prepare for destructive weather and plan months in advance to ensure all assets in the path of future storms are secured and protected. Hurricane season begins June 1 and extends to November 30... A vehicle stands by ready to assist with destructive weather at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Sept. 12, 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Isaiah Gomez)
5/19/2020
Hunting on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is a crucial element in preserving the delicate balance of wildlife. Since the 1950s, the base has maintained a well-regulated hunting program to preserve the ecosystem. Throughout the years, this program has typically relied on individual hunter participation. It is the responsibility of all on-base hunters to take the time to attend required hunter education courses to be able to purchase a license and obtain an on-base permit... Responsible hunting on Camp Pendleton balances sport and stewardship to the environment
5/19/2020
Marine Corps Systems Command’s Program Manager for Infantry Weapons has begun a large-scale modernization project to increase the lethality of the infantry squad. PM IW strives to equip and sustain the Marine Corps with fully-integrated infantry weapons, optics and nonlethal systems for the Ground Combat Element. The portfolio’s modernization efforts adhere to Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. David Berger’s vision to redesign the force to meet the challenges of a new age of great power competition. Through PM IW, the Corps plans to field numerous new weapon and optic systems over the next decade... PM Infantry Weapons undergoing largest modernization effort in decades
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