Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Unit News

October, 2009

Veterans remembered with tribute to the flag October 31, 2009 — The Military Order of the World Wars San Diego Chapter celebrated their 54th anniversary during the Massing of the Colors and Service of Remembrance ceremony at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park, San Diego, Oct. 31.The ceremony was a patriotic tribute to the American flag and a remembrance of those who currently serve in the armed forces MORE
Fleet Week 2009 wraps up after successful run October 31, 2009 — As the month of October comes to an end so does Fleet Week 2009. Since 1995 Fleet Week San Diego has been the nation’s largest tribute to service members who have dedicated their lives to the nation’s freedom and way of life. The success of Fleet Week San Diego relies heavy on the partnership between the local community and the military services MORE
Through smoke and flame: Local firefighters learn to fight flashovers October 2, 2009 — Parris Island Fire/Rescue hosted two weeks of realistic training for its firefighters, as well as the members of Burton, Beaufort and Port Royal departments, which ended today.  At the fire-training site on Page Field, instructors from the PIFR burned more than 20 fires that would help them to better understand how to read and interpret fire and MORE
Depot hosts visit from Albany commander October 2, 2009 — In case of an emergency evacuation, Parris Island has no greater friend than Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., and their commander, Col. Terry V. Williams, who is visiting the Depotuntil Saturday. In the event of a hurricane, all recruits and Depot personnel will be evacuated to MCLB Albany to continue the mission of making Marines. Williams MORE
New behavior assessment for dogs keeps families, pets together October 2, 2009 — Animal behaviorists are scheduled to visit Parris Island, Oct. 6-8, to conduct assessments of dogs included in the breed ban by Marine Corps Order 11000.22, which has been in place since August.The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will send six specialists to the Tri-Command area to evaluate the aggression levels of full or MORE

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