Quantico, VA 22134, USA


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  Since its establishment in 1917, Quantico has been home to many of the nation’s most innovative, intelligent and patriotic men and women. It is here, at the Crossroads of the Marine Corps, that vital concepts, training and equipment for current and future war­fighting cababilities are developed. Some of the


  Even before the Jamestown Settlement and Capt. John Smith explored the Potomac banks in 1608, the Spaniards had visited Quantico nearly 40 years earlier. Early Scottish then settled in the Quantico area and grew tobacco for export. The Quantico region was the home of many Revolutionary War heroes. American,


  Quantico is conveniently reached by Interstate 95 and there are two airports nearby: Dulles International in Chantilly, Va., and Ronald Reagan Washington National in Washington D.C. Other transportation includes a bus terminal in nearby Triangle as well as Amtrak, 800-872-7245, and Virginia Railway Express, 800-RIDE-VRE, train services.


  The American Red Cross is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. When military members and their families experience emergencies such as the death or illness of a loved one or the birth of a child, the American Red

Recreation & Sports

  The Semper Fit administrative office is on the upper level, north wing, of Little Hall, Building 2034, Barnett Avenue, 703-784-2014. The Recreation administrative office is on the main deck, north wing, of Little Hall. Semper Fit and Recreation consists of a combined arms team of professionals with specialized expertise

Marine Corps Base Quantico

  MCB Quantico is home to the MCCDC and numerous tenant organizations. The base staff provides infrastructure, operational and community services support to these organizations and to the military members, families and civilians who live and work on base. The base is also a key player in support of overall

Marine Corps Installations Command

  Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM) became fully operational Oct. 1, 2012, as the Marine Corps’ newest command. Today, its commander, Maj. Gen. Charles L. Hudson, also serves as assistant deputy commandant for Installations and Logistics Facilities and commander of the Marine Corps National Capital Region Command. MCICOM is responsible

Marine Corps Combat Development Command

  Lieutenant General Robert S. Walsh holds dual responsibility as the commanding general of MCCDC and as the deputy commandant of the Marine Corps for Combat Development and Integration, and is headquartered in the General Raymond G. Davis Center at 3300 Russell Road. Commanding General, MCCDC, has overarching responsibility for

Training & Education Command

  The mission of the Training and Education Command (TECOM), in Building 1019, is to develop, coordinate, resource, execute and evaluate training and education concepts, policies, plans and programs to ensure Marines are prepared to meet the challenges of present and future operational environments. TECOM has five major subordinate commands:

Tenant Activities

  Manpower and Reserve Affairs (M&RA) is the largest department in Headquarters Marine Corps. Located in the James Wesley Marsh Center, Building 3280, M&RA’s mission is the Marine. M&RA is responsible for: providing commanders with the right Marine for the right job at the right time, providing policies that maximize

Area Attractions

  Quantico National Cemetery 18424 Joplin Road (Route 619) Triangle, VA 22172 703-221-2183 Located on land that was part of the U.S. Marine Corps training base and adjacent to Quantico in Prince William County, the Quantico National Cemetery honors all of the nation’s veterans. More than 2,000 graves and


Semper Fit Recreation

Semper Fit Recreation Golf Course - The "Medal of Honor" Golf Course offers eligible patrons, including DoD contractors, a wide variety of golfing activities. View Medal of Honor Golf Course Lunga Park - Lunga Park recreation area will be CLOSED and OFF-LIMITS until further notice. View Lunga Park Marina -


The Crossroads Innis one of the greatest assets to the Base! The facility has 74 standard rooms, 4 king rooms, 42 efficiencies and 24 suites, as well as meeting space to accommodate 25 people. Call to reserve a room, or email to . Location The Crossroads Inn is located


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