Training and Education Command

 

Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
CWO4 Matthew Studer, Executive Officer of Alpha Company, Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee, and Sgt Justin Brown, Aerial Delivery Instructor, with Sgt Brown’s Certificate of Commendation for being selected as the Instructor of the Quarter for Alpha Company.  (Photo provided by CWO4 Allen Ostermann, Marine Corps Detachment Public Affairs Officer/Released)
CWO4 Matthew Studer, Executive Officer of Alpha Company, Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee, and Sgt Justin Brown, Aerial Delivery Instructor, with Sgt Brown’s Certificate of Commendation for being selected as the Instructor of the Quarter for Alpha Company. (Photo provided by CWO4 Allen Ostermann, Marine Corps Detachment Public Affairs Officer/Released)
The Stairway to Heaven is an obstacle that requires recruits to climb to the top of a 30-foot ladder like structure and climb back down the other side aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. The purpose is have recruits face any fear of heights and gain confidence through their accomplishments.
The Stairway to Heaven is an obstacle that requires recruits to climb to the top of a 30-foot ladder like structure and climb back down the other side aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. The purpose is have recruits face any fear of heights and gain confidence through their accomplishments.
Jack Greene, 7, reads his favorite book to therapy dog, Davy, and handler Shirley Colman, founder of Independent Therapy Dogs, Inc. at the library Aug. 8 aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. "Ruff" Readers is a program developed by ITD, Inc. to help children learn to read and promote responsible pet ownership.
Jack Greene, 7, reads his favorite book to therapy dog, Davy, and handler Shirley Colman, founder of Independent Therapy Dogs, Inc. at the library Aug. 8 aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. "Ruff" Readers is a program developed by ITD, Inc. to help children learn to read and promote responsible pet ownership.
A recruit of Company L, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, rappels down a 60-foot-wall during recruit training aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Aug. 10. The structure consisted of two rappel walls and a "hell hole," a hole on the top of the platform that drops directly to the ground below.
A recruit of Company L, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, rappels down a 60-foot-wall during recruit training aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Aug. 10. The structure consisted of two rappel walls and a "hell hole," a hole on the top of the platform that drops directly to the ground below.
Unit Leaders

Major General James W. Lukeman
Commanding General, Training and Education Command
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SES Dennis C. Thompson
Executive Deputy, Training and Education Command
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Sergeant Major Justin D. LeHew
Sergeant Major, Training and Education Command
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Unit News
TECOM fires up the grill for family day

By Ida Irby | September 3, 2015

Marines camouflaged in civilian clothes with their families, among others dressed in trademark USMC cammies, fired up the grill to celebrate the families of those who support the Training and Education Command headquarters. MORE
Never left behind, forgotten; Honorary Marine recognized for bringing brothers home

By Sgt. Justin M. Boling | July 26, 2015

Never leave a Marine behind. A mantra shared between the brothers and sisters in arms of the Corps.One civilian earned the title by retrieving Marines,who were thought to be lost forever.Mark Noah, the executive director of History Flight, received the title of Honorary Marine during a ceremony held at the National Marine Corps Museum, at Triangle, MORE
Marine Corps Bulletin is adjusted to get ‘rocks out of rucksack’ in training

By Sgt. Jose D. Lujano | April 3, 2015

Recently the Marine Corps underwent another change in its training and education spectrum as Marine Corps Bulletin 1500, in its third iteration, was altered Feb. 20 to enhance the overall quality of operational readiness and the commander’s flexibility in training.The motivation for this set of changes to Marine Corps Bulletin 1500, a comprehensive MORE
My steps for Bataan

By Sgt. Justin M. Boling | March 30, 2015

A few weeks ago, I edited a commentary written by Navy Cross recipient Sgt. Maj. Justin Lehew, sergeant major of Training and Education Command at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. The story was about his experience walking the Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sand Missile Range, New Mexico in 2014.It was a well-written piece and I enjoyed MORE
Mission
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.
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