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Marine Corps Combat Development Command

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Marine Corps Combat Development Command
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MCCDC Insignia
Active1917–present
Allegiance United States of America
Branch United States Marine Corps
RoleDoctrine and Requirements development
Part ofHeadquarters Marine Corps
Garrison/HQMarine Corps Base Quantico
Prince William County, Virginia, U.S.
Commanders
Current
commander
LtGen David H. Berger

Marine Corps Combat Development Command, located at Marine Corps Base Quantico in Prince William County, Virginia, has the mission of developing Marine Corps warfighting abilities to enable the Corps to field combat-ready forces. Its responsibilities include doctrine, organization, training and education, requirements development, and leadership.

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References

  • "MCCDC's official website". United States Marine Corps. Retrieved 28 August 2006.


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