Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Unit News

July, 2010

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Many unaware of 'move over' law July 8, 2010 — Five California Highway Patrol officers were killed by wayward vehicles during traffic incidents in June. Police and first responders die each year on the side of highways, but there are ways to minimize their level of danger.The Move Over/Slow Down law was established in California in 2007 and is in affect in 46 states. The law requires a person MORE
Fitness Center offers Micro-Fit July 8, 2010 — For those who have had minimal physical activity in recent months due to injury, pregnancy, light duty or rehabilitation, and are thinking about starting a new physical fitness regimen, the depot Fitness Center may help create a customized fitness program following a free comprehensive assessment known as Micro-Fit.Micro-Fit is a 20-minute fitness MORE
Band delivers in Annual Summer Sunset Concert July 8, 2010 — Marine Band San Diego performed their annual Summer Sunset Concert aboard the depot, June 26. The theme of the concert was “Night at the Movies,” and featured guest performances from the depot’s Party Band and a singing performance by the depot’s commanding general. The concert was hosted by Maj. Gen. Ronald Bailey, commanding general, Marine Corps MORE
Communication key inbringing Delta Company together July 8, 2010 — From the first moment recruits of Company D heard a drill instructor tell them to get off the bus their first day here, they have had little time to think for themselves.  Though recruits may have thought they were just being told how and when to accomplish many tasks, the drill instructors of Co. D have been instilling the characteristics and MORE
Corps legend’s name is carried on July 8, 2010 — He is tired and feeling the slight pang of hunger set in, covered in camouflage face paint and sweat, yet, Rct. Terry Hathcock, Platoon 1074, Company D, sits extremely disciplined.  His back straight as a board, his eyes straight ahead.  Though his drill instructors are making him a Marine, discipline also runs in his family.  “I was about eight MORE

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