Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Emplacing a Chemical Marker
Early Morning MOPP Gear March.
Globe and Anchor
Martial Arts Center of Excellence (MACE) Director Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Beckett and Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Shusko Deputy Director visit Marine Corps Detachment Fort Leonard Wood Missouri. The MACE, located in Quantico Virginia, seeks to help enhance Marine Corps Martial Arts Programs abroad.
Marines enhance thier MCMAP skill during MACE visit
Colonel John R. Giltz speaking at the third quarter Best Warrior Competition presentation ceremony as the guest of honor on January 8, 2013.
Sgt Mumm is presented with an award for winning the Joint Service portion of the Best Warrior Competition for the third quarter. The presentation was held at Training Area 247 on January 8, 2013.
GySgt Shaeffer teaching INIWIC Students.
INIWIC student being pepper sprayed.
Colonel John R. Giltz addresses the graduating class of the recent basic Academy course 1-13, the FLW Academy is designed to train and prepare all newly arrived personnel in the fine art of instruction.
Marines and their families came out to the Detachment's annual Christmas party. There was even a special visit from Santa!
Basic Engineer Operators students operating a 624KR Tram.
Shop Operations class for Basic Engineer Equipment Repairer course.
The 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos, Chief Warrant Officer Five Domah W. Diggs and Staff Sergeant Matthew W. Burks discuss the Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) School's mission while observing students learn to conduct CBRN hazard prediction at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri on October 18, 2012.
Marines attending the Technical Engineer Course perform practical application utilizing survey equipment.
Marine attending the Basic Engineer Equipment Repairers Course performs a diagnostic test on a Hydraulic pump.
Marines attending the Basic Engineer Equipment Operators Course perform practical application utilizing the Medium Crawler Tractor 850JR.
Fort Leonard Wood Marines run with toys they donated to help supports Toys For Tots program.
The Detachment annual Birthday Run began at 1410 on 13 Oct 2012 with Engineer Equipment Instruction Company. The run enhances esprit de corps and shows respect for our Marine Corps.
Conference Center auditorium