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Quantico will be booming the rest of the month:

An active-duty Marine based at Quantico has been indicted after assaulting a U.S. Capitol Police officer during the January 6 riots, according to federal documents filed by the U.S. District Court for D.C.

"We come here to Quantico because it’s underserved compared to Arlington. Most of my battle buddies that have died are here.”

Today, @SecVetAffairs  @RepMarkTakano  @RobWittman  will participate in a wreath laying ceremony at Quantico National Cemetery in Virginia ahead of Memorial Day weekend. Closed event due to ongoing pandemic restrictions.

Quantico is barely buzzing with morning activity, but Paul Williamson is well into his morning routine:

Training at Quantico through early June includes several days of aircraft movement:

A 40-year-old active-duty Marine, who serves at a base in Quantico, Va., is the first active member of the military charged in connection with the insurrection. He joins 4 National Guard members and reservists, as well as approximately 40 veterans who are already facing charges.

ICYMI: An active duty Marine based at Quantico assaulted a U.S. Capitol Police officer during the January 6 riots and obstructed justice, according to federal documents filed by the U.S. Department of Justice.

An active-duty Marine officer was arrested at Quantico on Thursday on charges connected to the Capitol riot.​

An active-duty U.S. Marine Corps commissioned officer stationed at Quantico in Northern Virginia has been arrested for assault on law enforcement during the siege at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.


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BREAKING: Active-duty Marine Major Christopher Warnagiris, based at Quantico, was arrested in Virginia for assaulting federal officers at the Capitol.

Christopher Warnagiris, a Marine stationed at Quantico, is charged with helping to open and keep open the East front door to let in rioters as well as pushing and resisting a Capitol Police officer who tried to close the breach.  

Bonus for the FBI special agent on this case was getting in a trip down memory lane/Hogan's Alley ahead of the 15-year Quantico reunion.

Today, the FBI honors the life and work of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A quote from Dr. King is etched in stone at the FBI Academy's reflection garden in Quantico as a reminder to all students and FBI employees: "The time is always right to do what is right." #MLKDay 

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DNA evidence was processed by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation overnight and it was confirmed that DNA evidence at the bomb site (human tissue) matched that of Anthony Quinn Warner. The results were matched by the FBI laboratory in Quantico, VA.

NEW: The FBI says at this point they don't believe they are looking for "another subject" in the Nashville bombing investigation. They are working with the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit in Quantico on the issue of motive.

Firefight Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Specialists with quantico'>Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico execute fire and rescue training at the airfield aboard @MCB_Quantico .

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Read between the Lines Marines with Warrant Officer Basic Course 1-19 practice map reading on Quantico' alt='MCB_Quantico' /'>@MCB_Quantico .

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#ICYMI The #FBI ’s February #ArtifactoftheMonth  is a rare first edition of Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone with the Wind” used to conceal a .32-caliber pistol. The book resides in the Laboratory Division’s Reference Firearms Collection in Quantico, Virginia.

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