Training and Education Command

 

Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
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Deputy commandant visits Marine Corps Detachment September 13, 2013 — For the first time in his career Marine Lt. Gen. Mark Faulkner, Installations and Logistics deputy commandant, stepped foot on Fort Leonard Wood — and he was impressed by what he saw while touring the Marine Corps Detachment. “It’s large. There are some great training opportunities here. I was really struck by the amount of area that is available MORE
NCAA coach gives Marines pointers August 19, 2013 — Marines on Fort Leonard Wood learned about leadership from one of the country’s most successful leaders — Coach Andrea Hudy, University of Kansas assistant athletic director for sport performance.“Her visit was part of our ongoing, developing relationship with the Kansas University athletic department that started with their proposal to study our MORE
Wounded Warrior Training with Kansas Athletics July 23, 2013 — Kansas Assistant Athletics Director for Sport Performance, Andrea Hudy, as well as the University of Kansas Health, Sports and Exercise Science Department is hosting Marine Sgt. Michael Pride this week for instruction and conditioning on the KU campus. Sgt. Pride, who was a member of and is now a coach for the Armed Services’ Wounded Warrior MORE
Heavy lifting: From Rock Chalk to Oorah July 23, 2013 — The workout will begin in minutes, and Michael Pride jokes that he’s ready for some “Hudy muscles.” He smiles as he says this, and the scar that covers the inside of his left arm comes into view.It is long and thick, jagged in parts, and one of the reasons he is standing here, inside the Anderson Family Strength Center, ready to begin a session MORE
The Importance of Donating: A Marine’s Story June 10, 2013 — March 2007: Marine Corps Capt. Harry Bailey is the operations officer with a Marine Corps transition team deployed to Fallujah, Iraq. Every day, he and his band of specially trained Marines live with and amongst their Iraqi military counterparts, battling insurgents and helping the Iraqi military transition into sole protection of their country.On MORE
USMC CBRN School graduates 12 Army Warrant Officers April 10, 2013 — Although warrant officers are not new to the U.S. Army, to date there have only been four classes graduate from the Interservice Training Review Organization-Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Warrant Officer Basic Course.On March 28 the latest class of 12 CBRN warrant officers graduated from the nine-week course run by the Marine Corps in MORE
Corporals Course 610-12 March 25, 2013 — In effort to enhance the leadership capabilities of the Non-Commissioned Officer Corps, Marine Detachment Fort Leonard Wood conducted a Command Sponsored Resident Corporals Course from 7 February 2013 through 1 March 2013.Providing Corporals with professional military education with emphasis on basic leadership skills was the overall objective for MORE
Marine Detachment trains up on martial art skills January 24, 2013 — A team from the Martial Arts Center of Excellence in Quantico, Va., spent Jan. 18 working with the instructors and senior leaders from Fort Leonard Wood’s Marine Corps Detachment.“The Marine Corps Detachment already has an excellent Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, we are here to share our methodology to develop not only the physical aspects of MORE
Marine Corps Family Teambuilding trainers offer readiness instructions January 17, 2013 — Marine Corps Family Teambuilding trainers from Quantico, Va., were on Fort Leonard Wood last week to provide Family Readiness training for the detachment. The team was here to provide mandatory training that’s required by the Marine Corps for the Family Readiness Program in order to make sure the volunteers on post are trained and the command MORE
Commandant of the Marine Corps visits Fort Leonard Wood November 9, 2012 — FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- It was a historic day for the Fort Leonard Wood Marine Corps Detachment as Gen. James Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, stepped foot on post for the first time on Oct. 18. Amos said he has been trying to clear his schedule for months to visit Fort Leonard Wood.“This is entry level, Military Occupational Specialty MORE

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