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Training Command

Quantico, Virgina

Students conduct a raid on an urban village during the culminating Field Training Exercise of the Military Police Basic Course. Smoke is deployed tactically to obscure the movement of Marines as they maneuver through their objective.
Students of the Military Police Basic Course conduct live-fire training in a low-light environment.
Sgt Morgan evaluates students of the Military Police Basic Course in executing defensive tactics and martial arts techniques.
Sgt White observes impacts on target as he coaches a Military student on the proper employment of the MK-19 grenade launcher.
MSgt Hatfield, the Course Chief of the Military Police Basic Course, presents a memento to the class who won a physical fitness competition while competing against all other classes from the Marine Corps’ Military Police School.
Students of the Military Police Basic Course conduct a felony traffic stop in which they must remove and an armed and dangerous subject from their vehicle and take them into custody.
Students of the Military Police Basic Course execute an Active Shooter training scenario. The active shooter threat is one of many use of force scenarios that Military Police personnel specialize in responding to.
Students stand in formation as they learn how to conduct guard mount. Guard mount is a formal tradition in which Military Police personnel form for inspection prior to assuming their duties on the watch. This inspection is used to ensure Military Police personnel are mentally and physically fit for duty.
Students of the Military Police Basic Course utilize an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to administer Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) to a mannequin as they endeavor to earn their First Aid certification.
SSgt Vigil coaches a Military student on the proper employment of the M1014 Shotgun.
Sgt Larue observes impacts on target as he coaches a Military Police student on employing the M-240 machine gun.
SSgt Rottier coaches a Military Police student on employing the MK-19 grenade launcher from a mounted platform. Students are not only required to learn small-arms weapons such as the M9 service pistol but they are also required to master medium and heavy machine guns while attending the Military Police Basic Course.
Major John J. Buss
WTBn Quantico SgtMaj
LtCol LeRon E. Lane
SgtMaj Cuthbertson
SgtMaj John Maciel, MARDET FLW Detachment SgtMaj
Commanding Officer, ITB - East
MARDET FLW MPIC 1stSgt
MARDET FLW MPIC Commander