Training & Education Command (TECOM)

 

Training & Education Command (TECOM)

United States Marine Corps

TECOM SPOTLIGHT

    

  

Press Releases

Marine Minute Video: TECOM Elevation August 7, 2020
Training and Education Command becomes a Three Star Command August 3, 2020

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Recent 21st Century Learning Articles & Podcasts

Marines Issue New Doctrine Prioritizing LearningUSNI News, May 19, 2020

A Culture of Learning: Promoting Education & Training in New Doctrine: Marine Corps Times, May 19, 2020

Getting Serious About Professional Military EducationWar On The Rocks, May 18, 2020

Scoping the Future of Education in National Security and Beyond: War On The Rocks Podcast, May 14, 2020

MCDP 7 On LearningMarine Corps Gazette, November 2019

A Warrior’s MindMarine Corps Gazette, by MajGen W.F. Mullen III, April 2019

Unit News

TECOM Strategy, COVID-19 Training Guidance, and Mission Essential Training: 8 May 2020 By 21st Century Learning | May 8, 2020
TECOM Actions in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic: 10 April 2020 By LtCol Roy M. Draa | April 10, 2020

 New Mission Statement Aug 28, 2020
TECOM leads the Marine Corps Training and Education continuum from individual entry-level training, professional military education and continuous professional development, through unit, collective, and service-level training in order to produce warfighters and enhance warfighting organizations that enable the FMF to build and sustain the combat readiness required to fight and win today and in the future.  
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In the face of COVID-19, Commandant of the Marine Corps General David H. Berger and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Troy E. Black deliver a message for future Marines, recruits, officer candidates, Marines and their families.

Making Marines During COVID-19

In the face of COVID-19, Commandant of the Marine Corps General David H. Berger and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Troy E. Black deliver a message for future Marines, recruits, officer candidates, Marines and their families.
With the limited supply of masks that are readily available, here is an easy way to create your own mask. This video was made observing all social distancing requirements and regulations.

U.S. Marine Corps video by LCpl. Erin VandeHoef

Create Your Own Mask

With the limited supply of masks that are readily available, here is an easy way to create your own mask. This video was made observing all social distancing requirements and regulations. U.S. Marine Corps video by LCpl. Erin VandeHoef
Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton shares three important considerations for teleworking that can ensure a smooth and effective experience, as identified by the Camp Pendleton G6.

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton shares three important considerations for teleworking

Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton shares three important considerations for teleworking that can ensure a smooth and effective experience, as identified by the Camp Pendleton G6.
A Marine with 3rd Marine Division remembers to put on her mask as she prepares to leave her room on Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan, April 19, 2020. In order protect themselves and prevent the spread of COVID-19, Marines are wearing face coverings when traveling to areas utilized by other Marines and personnel. By working from home, maintaining social distancing and wearing face covers, Marines of 3rd Marine Division help to slow the spread of COVID-19. 3rd Marine Division continues to utilize COVID-19 preventive measures in effort to reduce the spread and protect the health and readiness of its personnel. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Katherine Cottingham)

#SlowTheSpread, Cover Your Face

A Marine with 3rd Marine Division remembers to put on her mask as she prepares to leave her room on Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan, April 19, 2020. In order protect themselves and prevent the spread of COVID-19, Marines are wearing face coverings when traveling to areas utilized by other Marines and personnel. By working from home, maintaining social distancing and wearing face covers, Marines of 3rd Marine Division help to slow the spread of COVID-19. 3rd Marine Division continues to utilize COVID-19 preventive measures in effort to reduce the spread and protect the health and readiness of its personnel. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Katherine Cottingham)
U.S. Marines on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton provide a list of healthy things to do in the barracks during COVID-19, April 19, 2020. To stay busy in the barracks, working out, reading, and cooking are all great ways to pass the time. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Kerstin Roberts)

Ideas for social isolation in the barracks

U.S. Marines on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton provide a list of healthy things to do in the barracks during COVID-19, April 19, 2020. To stay busy in the barracks, working out, reading, and cooking are all great ways to pass the time. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Kerstin Roberts)
An animated graphic that highlights the ease of transmission of COVID19 and encourages service members to take appropriate preventative measures, April 16, 2020. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Binion)

It's not just your health on the line

An animated graphic that highlights the ease of transmission of COVID19 and encourages service members to take appropriate preventative measures, April 16, 2020. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Binion)