Training and Education Command
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Quantico, Virginia
Always Learning, Always Leading

Who we are

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.



Training and Education 2030

Training and Education 2030 outlines the Marine Corps’ continued modernization with Project Triumph, Project Trident, and Project Tripoli.


The Crucible

U.S. Marine Corps recruits with Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego conduct the crucible on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California.


Future of Warfare: Reconnaissance/Counter-Reconnaissance

Reconnaissance/Counter-Reconnaissance (RXR) training hones Marines' capability to operate forward within an adversary’s weapons engagement zone.


Eyes on the Target

During recruit training on MCRD Parris Island, recruits shoot the Table 1 and 2 courses of fire for the qualification they need in order to graduate.


Trained for Discipline

Discipline is a value that is instilled in recruits throughout Recruit Training. It is critical to the Marine Corps on and off the battlefield.


Marine Corps Engineer School

A brief overview of the modern-day training at Marine Corps Engineer School, Courthouse Bay, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.



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