NCR looks to Marine Forces as vital component

By Mr. Thomas Mani (JFHQNCR/MDW)November 20, 2009

Maj. Gen. Karl R. Horst expresses appreciation to Col. Daniel J. Choike for Marine Corps assistance during ongoing operational exercises by the Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region. Horst and staff members visited Quantico Thursday, where the center of JFHQ-NCR's Marine service component is located.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. Karl R. Horst expresses appreciation to Col. Daniel J. Choike for Marine Corps assistance during ongoing operational exercises by the Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region. Horst and staff members visited Quantico Thursday, where the center of JFHQ-NCR's Marine service component is located. (Photo Credit: Mr. Thomas Mani (JFHQNCR/MDW)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Maj. Gen. Karl R. Horst looks down the hallway of a clean but spartan Marine facility at Camp Upshur on Quantico Marine Corps Base. As many as 52 personnel can share the quarters, but they need to use bathroom facilities down the block.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. Karl R. Horst looks down the hallway of a clean but spartan Marine facility at Camp Upshur on Quantico Marine Corps Base. As many as 52 personnel can share the quarters, but they need to use bathroom facilities down the block. (Photo Credit: Mr. Thomas Mani (JFHQNCR/MDW)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Maj. Gen. Karl R. Horst, right, discusses the desirability of the military barracks at Camp Upshur for military personnel versus other government agencies seeking locations to relocate in their "continuity of operations planning." From left are Marine Col. Daniel J. Choika, commander of Marine Corps Base Quantico; Army Col. Richard Swengros, JFHQ-NCR/MDW J3, and Marine Lt. Col. Craig Wick, director of Quantico's Reserve Support Unit.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. Karl R. Horst, right, discusses the desirability of the military barracks at Camp Upshur for military personnel versus other government agencies seeking locations to relocate in their "continuity of operations planning." From left are Marine Col. Daniel J. Choika, commander of Marine Corps Base Quantico; Army Col. Richard Swengros, JFHQ-NCR/MDW J3, and Marine Lt. Col. Craig Wick, director of Quantico's Reserve Support Unit. (Photo Credit: Mr. Thomas Mani (JFHQNCR/MDW)) VIEW ORIGINAL
An old Q-hut on Camp Upshur is one of many now unused, but an asset still in planning scenarios for emergency response.
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – An old Q-hut on Camp Upshur is one of many now unused, but an asset still in planning scenarios for emergency response. (Photo Credit: Mr. Thomas Mani (JFHQNCR/MDW)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Marine Corps Base Quantico Operations Director Peter Streng gives JFHQ-NCR visitors a profile of the major tenants that make up the community, from USMC commands to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Military Department Investigative Agencies, now building a headquarters that will bring all service investigative commands together.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Marine Corps Base Quantico Operations Director Peter Streng gives JFHQ-NCR visitors a profile of the major tenants that make up the community, from USMC commands to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Military Department Investigative Agencies, now building a headquarters that will bring all service investigative commands together. (Photo Credit: Thomas Mani (Military District of Washington JFHQ Nat\\'l Capital Region) VIEW ORIGINAL