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Marine Corps Intelligence Schools-Unit, Personal and Family Readiness

Marine Corps Intelligence Schools-Unit, Personal and Family Readiness This venue serves as a avenue for information, resources, and news for all Marines and families from Marine Corps Intelligence Schools (MCIS) Unit and Personal Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) serves the MCIS HQ and its regional command.

These commands include Marine Detachment Dam Neck, Marine Aviation Training Support Group 33, Marine Detachment Naval School of Music, Marine Detachment Ft. Belvoir and Marine Detachment Newport, RI. This the vision of the MCIS UPFRP is to promote the Personal, Unit and Family Readiness Program which will encourage resilient Marines and families to withstand career and lifecycle events. The goal w

These commands include Marine Detachment Dam Neck, Marine Aviation Training Support Group 33, Marine Detachment Naval School of Music, Marine Detachment Ft. Belvoir and Marine Detachment Newport, RI. This the vision of the MCIS UPFRP is to promote the Personal, Unit and Family Readiness Program which will encourage resilient Marines and families to withstand career and lifecycle events. The goal w

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12/17/2021

Happy Christmas!

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Guidance from the CMC.

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Back in the saddle training with “Drunk Busters”.
01/10/2020

Back in the saddle training with “Drunk Busters”.

Happy 4th of July, Marines!
07/04/2019

Happy 4th of July, Marines!

Deactivation ceremony spurs new beginning for Marine Corps GEOINT TrainingNational Geospatial-Intelligence AgencyStory b...
03/29/2019

Deactivation ceremony spurs new beginning for Marine Corps GEOINT Training
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Story by Victoria Piccoli
Thursday, March 28, 2019

The Marine Corps detachment based at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, rolled and cased its colors during a deactivation ceremony March 26 at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s campus in Springfield, Virginia.

The deactivation of Marine Detachment Fort Belvoir was part of a move to consolidate all Marine intelligence training at Marine Corps Intelligence Schools, a part of Marine Corps Detachment Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

The detachment’s mission was to train and educate geographic intelligence, imagery analysis, and technical surveillance countermeasure specialists in their occupational field, said Marine Corps Capt. Nathan Nofziger, commander of Marine Corps Detachment at Fort Belvoir.

Though the detachment at NGA was officially established in 2008, Marine Corps training in topography at Fort Belvoir began in 1972 under an NGA predecessor organization, the Defense Mapping Agency, said Nofziger.

While at NGA, the detachment successfully executed its mission over the years, said Nofziger. Over sixty Marines, served as instructors or support staff to graduate more than 1,300 geospatially-trained Marines.

“These Marines will provide support to their commanders and the decision makers out in the field,” said Phillip Chudoba, director of NGA’s GEOINT Enterprise directorate. “We are going to miss you, but as members of the larger geospatial enterprise, you won’t be too far.”

Happy Birthday, Marines!
11/09/2018

Happy Birthday, Marines!

04/19/2017

We are Marine Corps Intelligence Schools!

03/12/2017
A Warrior's Education: 1stLt David Pham on Respect

Older video, but the message remains the same: R E S P E C T

The success of the Marine Corps depends on leadership. ""To me, respect is one of the most important things you can have."" See more to learn how 1stLt Pham ...

Marine Corps Intelligence Accelerator Program
01/22/2017
Marine Corps Intelligence Accelerator Program

Marine Corps Intelligence Accelerator Program

Marines hosted an event presenting a product to a board of directors through the Accelerator Program from the Marine Corps Intelligence and Reconnaissance Su...

Many thanks to all of you who have supported Toys for Tots this year!
12/14/2016

Many thanks to all of you who have supported Toys for Tots this year!

10/22/2016
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07/19/2016
Congratulations Joy!
06/30/2016

Congratulations Joy!

Maj. Gen. James W. Lukeman, commanding general, Training and Education Command (TECOM) and Sgt. Maj. Justin D. LeHew, sergeant major, TECOM honor Joy Bullock, executive assistant to the commanding general, TECOM, who retires today after 29 years of service. Bullock received the Navy Superior Civil Service Award, the 2nd highest honorary award a civilian can receive under the Department of the Navy. “I can’t believe I got it. I was floored,” said Bullock. “I was very honored to receive it.”

Best wishes, Master Guns!
06/24/2016

Best wishes, Master Guns!

EGA from France
06/16/2016

EGA from France

A military cargo plane arrived today at Marine Corps Air Facility, Quantico,
from Marine Forces Europe containing a special concrete monument from France.
The monument is a concrete Eagle, Globe and Anchor used as a marker to
identify the Marine Corps camp at Montierchaume, France, where Marines were staged for the battle of Belleau Wood during World War I. The monument has changed many hands over the decades, being held by museums and private individuals all hoping to preserve it and eventually see it to full restoration. The monument was gifted by Ray Shearer to the commander of Marine Forces Europe in April of 2016, realizing the importance of having the Marine Corps showcase it as a
symbolism of their heroic efforts in WWI. The monument will be stored safely
in its many crates at Quantico until it can be restored and ultimately placed
in an area of prominence in our local area.

Timeline photos
05/30/2016

Timeline photos

NOAA Weather Radios broadcast official National Weather Service warnings, watches, forecasts & hazard information 24/7. Plan how to get information during power outages. Having backup chargers for your cell phones and battery-powered radios are good options. #VAhurricaneready

Timeline photos
05/30/2016

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National Hurricane Preparedness Week: The time to prepare for a hurricane is before the season begins, when you have the time and are not under pressure. If you wait until a hurricane is on your doorstep, the odds are that you will be under duress and will make the wrong decisions. Take the time now to write down your hurricane plan. Know where you will ride out the storm and get your supplies now. You don’t want to be standing in long lines when a Hurricane Watch is issued. Those supplies that you need will probably be sold out by the time you reach the front of the line. Being prepared, before a hurricane threatens, makes you resilient to the hurricane impacts of wind and water. It will mean the difference between your being a hurricane victim and a hurricane survivor.

Support Your 2016 Service Members Of The Year
05/29/2016
Support Your 2016 Service Members Of The Year

Support Your 2016 Service Members Of The Year

Support our exemplary 2016 Service Members of the Year finalists! Your support will help inform our selection committee's tough decision.

Marine Corps Times
05/29/2016
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