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On March 14, 2019 Marine Corps Engineer School (MCES) hosted the annual St. Patrick’s Day Engineer Field Meet to pay homage to St. Patrick, the patron saint for engineers; build camaraderie amongst the engineer and utility communities, and compete for the Engineer Field Meet Trophy. Marines competing in the Water Bucket Relay sprinted across Ellis Field with empty buckets to water bladders, filled the buckets, and then sprinted back across Ellis Field in order to be the first team to fill a 55-gallon trash can.
On March 15, 2019 as part of the engineer celebration of St. Patrick, the patron saint for engineers, MCES organized the annual Engineer Golf Tournament at the Paradise Point Golf Course aboard Camp Lejeune, N. C. Marines, civilians, and contractors teamed up in four person teams to build camaraderie and engage in friendly competition. Colonel James H. Bain delivers closing remarks for the golf tournament.
On March 14, 2019 Marine Corps Engineer School (MCES) hosted the annual St. Patrick’s Day Engineer Field Meet to pay homage to St. Patrick, the patron saint for engineers; build camaraderie amongst the engineer and utility communities, and compete for the Engineer Field Meet Trophy. The Blarney Stone Toss is a test of strength and Marines hurl a 40 pound stone to see who can throw it the farthest.
On March 14, 2019 Marine Corps Engineer School (MCES) hosted the annual St. Patrick’s Day Engineer Field Meet to pay homage to St. Patrick, the patron saint for engineers; build camaraderie amongst the engineer and utility communities, and compete for the Engineer Field Meet Trophy. Teams of Marines compete in the Obstacle Course Relay to see who can run all their Marines through the Obstacle Course the fastest.
On March 22, 2019 MCES permanent personnel were given the opportunity to upgrade or renew expired swim qualifications at the Courthouse Bay Training Tank and over sixty Marines took advantage of the opportunity.  All Marines that attempted Basic and Intermediate, passed.
Sergeant Major Lance M. Oufnac Command Photo
Bio Photo
Bio Photo
Battalion SgtMaj
SOI-E
Battalion SgtMaj Biopic
The amphibious tip of the spear
The amphibious tip of the spear
The amphibious tip of the spear
The amphibious tip of the spear
U.S. Marine officer candidates with the Officer Candidate School , Delta Company, participate in the Confidence and Tarzan courses at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. The mission of OCS is to educate and train officer candidates in order to evaluate and screen individuals for qualities required to become commissioned as a Marine Corps Officer.
U.S Marine officer candidates with the Officer Candidate School, participate in close order drill, at Marine Corps Base Quantico
A U.S. Marine officer candidate of the Officer Candidates School participates in the OCS combat course at Marine Corps Base Quantico.
U.S. Marine candidates assigned to the Officer Candidates School undergo their initial brief at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va
U.S. Marine officer candidates with Officer Candidate School (OCS), participate in an upper body strength training course on Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va