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Marine & Family Programs - Resources serves as your DoD family center for Marines and Sailors stationed on Okinawa. Our locations are staffed with specialists trained to provide information, individual assistance and/or referrals necessary to maintain the high quality of life you are accustomed to. Visit any location to speak to a specialist or attend one of many workshops offered to assist with transition, cultural adaptation and personal readiness:
Camp Foster, Bldg. 445, DSN: 645-2104
Camp Courtney, Bldg. 4425, DSN: 622-7739
Camp Kinser, Bldg. 1220, DSN: 637-2815
Camp Hansen, Bldg. 2339, DSN: 623-4522
Camp Schwab, Bldg. 3429, DSN 625-2622
Marine & Family Programs - Resources is available to positively impact the mission readiness of Marines, Sailors, and Commands, and prevent individual problems which detract from unit performance. Unit training is available upon request, and can be customized and coordinated with other Marine and Family Service programs to address unique challenges within the Command.
Please email us at MCBB_PPDR_Request@usmc.mil for inquiries, unit training requests, to request outreach support or to join our distribution lists.
a. MCIPAC/MCBB Order 1752.1A - MCCS Mass Casualty Crisis Action Support
b. Typhoon Guide 2016
c. Emergency Preparedness for Americans in Japan (U. S. Embassy - Tokyo)
d. Calling For Help/Emergency Contact Information (U. S. Embassy - Tokyo)
e. Japan Meteorological Agency
f. Joint Typhoon Warning Center
g. American Red Cross Okinawa Disaster Preparedness Webpage
h. III MEF Emergency Evacuation Page
i. Marine Corps Bases Butler/Camp Foster Disaster Preparedness Webpage
j. Okinawa Prefecture Disaster Prevention Information Portal
k. III MEF/MCIPAC/MCBB Order 3000.1G - Typhoon Procedures
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