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Marine Corps Embassy Security Group

 

Marine Corps Embassy Security Group

"Vigilance, Discipline, Professionalism"

Quantico, VA

Reporting In

 

Flights.  Marines should fly into either Dulles International Airport (IAD) or Reagan National Airport (DCA).  The MSG School House is approximately one hour from IAD and 45 minutes from DCA.

Taxi.  Marines must arrange their own transportation to the MSG School from the airport.  All receipts must be kept and submitted for reimbursement in your travel claim.

 

  • Dulles International Airport.  A traditional taxi fare is approximately $110.00 from Dulles International Airport to MCB Quantico, VA.  Uber driver rates fluctuate based off of demand, but is approximately $60.00.

  •  Reagan National Airport.  A traditional taxi fare is approximately $100.00 from Reagan National Airport to MCB Quantico, VA.  Uber driver rates fluctuate based off of demand, but is approximately $50.00.

 

Directions.  The address to MSG School will not provide directions in Google Maps.  Please follow the specific directions below.

 

  • Power Point Directions.

  • Depart the airports and travel south along Interstate 95 towards Fredericksburg, Virginia. 

  • Take exit 148 and make a right (west) at the light to enter the Weapon Training Battalion side of MCB Quantico, VA.

  • Travel approximately 4 miles northwest along MCB 1/MCB4 to the MSG School.

 

Check-In.  Marines will arrive on the date and time specified on their orders, but an official check-in process will be conducted on the official reporting date of the course.  That date is usually on Sunday before Week 1 and there will be multiple opportunities to formally check-in.  Marines will check into MSG School Barracks, building 27276 for both processes.

 

  • Unofficial Check-in.  Marines will arrive at the barracks and check-in with the duty.  The duty will provide the Marine with specific instructions of what needs to be conducted and assign them their barracks rooms.  Marines may be in civilian attire during this check-in, but must change over into their Service Alphas for the next formal check-in time.  If the Marine arrives during an official check-in time, they may still be in civilian attire, but must change over to attend the next available official check-in.

  • Official Check -in.  Instructors will start the official check-in process at 1400 on the official report date of the course.  They will conduct additional check-ins every other hour past 1400.  These times are subject to change and will be announced by the barracks duty.  The official check-in process will include a uniform inspection, photographing, and administration at the barracks.  Marines that arrive too late to attend the official check-ins will conduct their official check-in on Monday morning.