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Training and Education Command (TECOM)
Presents full details and information regarding the Marine Corps Training and Education Commands. Includes schools, staff and resources.
Assault Amphibian School Battalion
Provides training for commanders, crew and repairmen at Camp Del Mar, Camp Pendleton, California. Includes information on the WWII/Korea LVT Museum.
The Basic School (TBS)
Provides newly commissioned or appointed officers with professional knowledge and leadership education to prepare them for duty as a company grade officer in the Operating Forces, with particular emphasis on the duties, responsibilities and warfighting skills required of a rifle platoon commander. Executive staff, command brief, instructor battalion, officer courses, handouts, preparation, special events, downloads, surveys, and spouse's corner.
Marine Corps Artillery Detachment
Responsible for training all Marine field artillerymen, both officer and enlisted, at Fort Sill, OK.
Marine Corps Martial Arts Program
Staff, program philosophies, student information, references, points of interest, combat conditioning, safety, operational risk assessment, FAQs, media articles, certification standards, publications, and photos.
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center
Conducts formal schools for individuals and battalion training in summer and winter mountain operations. Includes information for inbound and permanent personnel, operations and training, history, and base information.
Marine Corps University Foundation
Provides the structure and policy for the Corps' worldwide professional military education network, integrating both resident and nonresident programs for active and reserve Marines. News, events, history, programs, donations, Board of Trustees, and links.
Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL)
Part of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command. Focuses on improving current and future naval expeditionary warfare capabilities. Located in Quantico, Virginia.
Officer Candidate School (OCS)
Trains, screens, and evaluates officer candidates to ensure that they possess the moral, intellectual, and physical qualities for commissioning and the leadership potential to serve successfully as company grade officers in the operating forces. Includes a letter from the commanding officer, history, scheduled classes, candidate preparation guides, arrival and graduation information, FAQ, and photo archive.
School of Infantry (East)
Trains Marines in infantry skills at Marine Combat Training Battalion, Infantry Training Battalion, and Advanced Infantry Training Company at Camp LeJeune, NC.
School of Infantry (West)
Trains Marines in infantry skills at Marine Combat Training Battalion, Infantry Training Battalion, and Advanced Infantry Training Company at Camp Pendleton, California.
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