The Marine Corps Base, Quantico Athletics program guarantees to provide a comprehensive range of individual and team sports for both men and women with an emphasis placed on mass participation. It is designed to provide programs that assist Marines in maintaining morale and esprit de corps while keeping mentally alert and physically fit. In addition, the program fulfills the leisure time needs of interested military personnel, their family members, and DoD civilians through recreational and competitive activities.
- Active Duty military and their family members assigned to MCB Quantico. Family members must be at least age 18, unless otherwise identified in the specific bylaws.
- DoD civilians (APF and NAF) who work on or are assigned to MCB, Quantico. Civilian family members are not authorized to participate unless they also work on the Base.
- All civilians must sign "Hold Harmless" agreements prior to their participation.
Challenge and Self Directed Activities
The purpose of challenge/self-directed activities such as ping pong, horseshoes, racquetball, and miscellaneous board games, is to provide ongoing events which place an emphasis on participation rather than on winning. Participants play at their own convenience within certain constraints. Players advance on a tournament board by challenging and defeating an opponent. Each contest is self-programmed and informal. Contestants issue and accept challenge matches from each other, with the ultimate goal of winning all challenges, and advancing to the top of the tournament structure.