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The Personal & Professional Development-Resources (P&PD-R) center would like to thank you for your latest delivery of manufactured coupons and for taking the time to contribute to our coupon program. Your donations help us maintain this vital resource for the military families overseas. Support for the coupon program from organizations and individuals like you is truly appreciated.

Your work has truly made a difference in the quality of life of our military personnel and their families, and has made them feel closer to home.

Here in Okinawa, manufactured coupons are good for up to six months after the expiration date. Donations are accepted year-round.  To contribute to our Coupon Program, please send your manufactured coupons to:

 

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The Personal & Professional Development-Resources (P&PD-R) center would like to thank you for your latest delivery of manufactured coupons and for taking the time to contribute to our coupon program. Your donations help us maintain this vital resource for the military families overseas. Support for the coupon program from organizations and individuals like you is truly appreciated.

Your work has truly made a difference in the quality of life of our military personnel and their families, and has made them feel closer to home.

Here in Okinawa, manufactured coupons are good for up to six months after the expiration date. Donations are accepted year-round.  To contribute to our Coupon Program, please send your manufactured coupons to:

 

MCCS Marine & Family Programs

Personal & Professional Development-Resources

Unit 35023

FPO AP, 96378-5023 

 


MARADMIN 348/21

MARADMIN 348/21 Reinforcing Guidance For Marines Regarding Transportation, Pets, Housing, And Quarantine -Level Restriction Of Movement Associated With Permanent Change Of Station Moves To Japan 

Date Signed: 7 July 2021

Please see MARADMIN 348/21 for full explanation and detail. 

Major points include the following: 

A Special Issuance Passport (SIP) is required for all Department of Defense (DoD) civilians and Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) status dependents.  This is also referred as the no-fee passport.  If unable to obtain the SIP before travel, a memorandum from a DoD Passport Agent is needed to show the SIP application was submitted.  Personnel must apply for the SIP before departing from the United States.

When using a tourist passport for permanent change of station (PCS) travel to Japan, patrons must present the memorandum before boarding a flight.  The memorandum with tourist passport without the SIP will be valid until 30 September 2021.  Thereafter, the SIP is required when executing PCS travel to Japan.

When planning to PCS with pets, sponsors must be notified immediately to assist with accommodations.  The requirement to transport pets must be provided to the Service Member’s local PTO as soon as possible due to limited space.  Prices and availability will vary depending on the size, breed, and weight of pets.  When pets do not meet the weight requirement, shipping pets via commercial cargo is a personal option to consider but will not be reimbursed.  The cost to transport pets through a third party can range from $2,000 to $7,000 per pet. 

Interest free loans up to $5,500 are now available through the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society to assist with pet travel for up to two pets when associated with PCS orders both to and from outside the continental United States duty stations.  Please visit https://www.nmcrs.org for assistance.      

Upon arrival, all accompanied/unaccompanied personnel have a mandatory 14-day ROM. Fully vaccinated personnel will not be permitted off base, but can utilize any on-base facilities. Unvaccinated personnel will be restricted to the ROM facility and will not have access to on- or off-base activities. 

All personnel are required to get a COVID-19 test before exiting ROM.

 

 


MARADMIN 348/21
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MARADMIN 348/21 Reinforcing Guidance For Marines Regarding Transportation, Pets, Housing, And Quarantine -Level Restriction Of Movement Associated With Permanent Change Of Station Moves To Japan 

Date Signed: 7 July 2021

Please see MARADMIN 348/21 for full explanation and detail. 

Major points include the following: 

A Special Issuance Passport (SIP) is required for all Department of Defense (DoD) civilians and Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) status dependents.  This is also referred as the no-fee passport.  If unable to obtain the SIP before travel, a memorandum from a DoD Passport Agent is needed to show the SIP application was submitted.  Personnel must apply for the SIP before departing from the United States.

When using a tourist passport for permanent change of station (PCS) travel to Japan, patrons must present the memorandum before boarding a flight.  The memorandum with tourist passport without the SIP will be valid until 30 September 2021.  Thereafter, the SIP is required when executing PCS travel to Japan.

When planning to PCS with pets, sponsors must be notified immediately to assist with accommodations.  The requirement to transport pets must be provided to the Service Member’s local PTO as soon as possible due to limited space.  Prices and availability will vary depending on the size, breed, and weight of pets.  When pets do not meet the weight requirement, shipping pets via commercial cargo is a personal option to consider but will not be reimbursed.  The cost to transport pets through a third party can range from $2,000 to $7,000 per pet. 

Interest free loans up to $5,500 are now available through the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society to assist with pet travel for up to two pets when associated with PCS orders both to and from outside the continental United States duty stations.  Please visit https://www.nmcrs.org for assistance.      

Upon arrival, all accompanied/unaccompanied personnel have a mandatory 14-day ROM. Fully vaccinated personnel will not be permitted off base, but can utilize any on-base facilities. Unvaccinated personnel will be restricted to the ROM facility and will not have access to on- or off-base activities. 

All personnel are required to get a COVID-19 test before exiting ROM.

 

 


MARADMIN 417/21

MARADMIN 417/21 - CHANGE 1 TO REINFORCING GUIDANCE FOR MARINES REGARDING TRANSPORTATION, PETS, HOUSING, AND QUARANTINE-LEVEL RESTRICTION OF MOVEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION MOVES TO JAPAN

 Effective 11 August 2021 /MARADMIN 417/21

 

"IAW reference (b) [Foreign Clearance Guide], all Marine travelers (e.g., Marines, Civilians, Dependents and Contractors) returning to Japan from leave or TAD, and all Marine travelers executing official orders to Japan with an approved area clearance who are fully vaccinated, or who have fully recovered from a laboratory-confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 infection within the previous 90 days, do not require a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test prior to departure for Japan unless required by their respective airlines.  Fully vaccinated travelers are those individuals who are 14 days post-completion of COVID-19 vaccination with an FDA-authorized vaccine and meet all the CDC criteria for the specific vaccine administered.  Such individuals must maintain proof of vaccination and be prepared to show said proof prior to boarding the aircraft.

Travelers recovered from COVID-19 infection must receive clearance from a health care provider or public health official and maintain a copy of the clearance letter in their possession during travel."

 


MARADMIN 417/21
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MARADMIN 417/21 - CHANGE 1 TO REINFORCING GUIDANCE FOR MARINES REGARDING TRANSPORTATION, PETS, HOUSING, AND QUARANTINE-LEVEL RESTRICTION OF MOVEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION MOVES TO JAPAN

 Effective 11 August 2021 /MARADMIN 417/21

 

"IAW reference (b) [Foreign Clearance Guide], all Marine travelers (e.g., Marines, Civilians, Dependents and Contractors) returning to Japan from leave or TAD, and all Marine travelers executing official orders to Japan with an approved area clearance who are fully vaccinated, or who have fully recovered from a laboratory-confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 infection within the previous 90 days, do not require a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test prior to departure for Japan unless required by their respective airlines.  Fully vaccinated travelers are those individuals who are 14 days post-completion of COVID-19 vaccination with an FDA-authorized vaccine and meet all the CDC criteria for the specific vaccine administered.  Such individuals must maintain proof of vaccination and be prepared to show said proof prior to boarding the aircraft.

Travelers recovered from COVID-19 infection must receive clearance from a health care provider or public health official and maintain a copy of the clearance letter in their possession during travel."

 


Memorandum on Transportation of Service Animals on DoD Owned and Controlled Aircraft

Memorandum for Senior Pentagon Leadership   -   Subject: Transportation of Service Animals on DoD owned and Controlled Aircraft

Main points include:

  • Service animals must comply to DoD aircraft or commercial aircraft charted by the DoD or on behalf of the DoD

     

    Requirements:

    1.)    Harness leash or otherwise tether service animals at all times in an air terminal or on an aircraft

    2.)    Restrain service animals from relieving itself while in the air terminal or on the aircrafts, or ensure the service animal relieves itself without posing a health or sanitation issue

    3.)    Provides the departing DoD passenger terminal service with the: service animals handler a. name  b. email addresses c. phone number

    4.)    Service handler name and phone number (if different from the service animal handler’s name and contact)

    5.)    A description of the animals appearance, height and weight

    6.)    Current service animal information to include: a. rabies vaccination date and the date the vaccination expires b. other health issues diseases, or conditions c. veterinarian’s name and phone number d. name and contact information of the service animals’ trainer or the training organization that trained the service animal to do work or perform tasks for the service animal user

    7.)    No later the 48 hours in advance of the date and time of departure, the service animal handler must provide the departing DoD passenger terminal service a signed statement of assurance

    • Travel with no more than two properly trained service animals that must be able to fit in the service animal’s handler’s lap or in the service animal’s handler’s foot space on the DoD aircraft or commercial aircraft charted by the DoD or on behalf of the DoD

    • The traveler is required to pay a pet fee and transport service animals in a pet carrier or pay for damage from service animals that do not meet all of the requirements

       


    Memorandum on Transportation of Service Animals on DoD Owned and Controlled Aircraft
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    Memorandum for Senior Pentagon Leadership   -   Subject: Transportation of Service Animals on DoD owned and Controlled Aircraft

    Main points include:

    • Service animals must comply to DoD aircraft or commercial aircraft charted by the DoD or on behalf of the DoD

       

      Requirements:

      1.)    Harness leash or otherwise tether service animals at all times in an air terminal or on an aircraft

      2.)    Restrain service animals from relieving itself while in the air terminal or on the aircrafts, or ensure the service animal relieves itself without posing a health or sanitation issue

      3.)    Provides the departing DoD passenger terminal service with the: service animals handler a. name  b. email addresses c. phone number

      4.)    Service handler name and phone number (if different from the service animal handler’s name and contact)

      5.)    A description of the animals appearance, height and weight

      6.)    Current service animal information to include: a. rabies vaccination date and the date the vaccination expires b. other health issues diseases, or conditions c. veterinarian’s name and phone number d. name and contact information of the service animals’ trainer or the training organization that trained the service animal to do work or perform tasks for the service animal user

      7.)    No later the 48 hours in advance of the date and time of departure, the service animal handler must provide the departing DoD passenger terminal service a signed statement of assurance

      • Travel with no more than two properly trained service animals that must be able to fit in the service animal’s handler’s lap or in the service animal’s handler’s foot space on the DoD aircraft or commercial aircraft charted by the DoD or on behalf of the DoD

      • The traveler is required to pay a pet fee and transport service animals in a pet carrier or pay for damage from service animals that do not meet all of the requirements

         


      In the event of an emergency conditions on Okinawa caused by a natural disaster or crisis, all non-essential personnel may be evacuated off-island.  The III MEF Family Emergency Evacuation Webpage contains a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section and all of the forms need to compile an Emergency Evacuation Package (EEP) for Marines and their families to use to prepare for this situation. You can also stay informed through the AtHoc Notification Messaging System. If you have just arrived on island, your sponsor can help you register you and your family upon arrival.


      Have little ones in your family? Visit "Ready Kids" to help them learn about disaster preparedness in a fun and interactive way. The Air Force also provides a site that offers all sorts of puzzles and activities to help kids learn about disaster preparedness.  Visit "Be Ready Kids" to download your activity sheets for kids ages 4-12.


      a. MCIPAC/MCBB Order 1754.1A  - MCCS Mass Casualty Crisis Action Support

      b. Typhoon Guide

      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



       

      The DSTRESS Line is a USMC program for active duty, reserve, veterans and retirees, as well as their families. Callers will speak with veteran Marines, former corpsmen, or Marine Corps spouses with years of experience on 'the green side' as well as licensed behavioral health counselors who have been specifically trained in Marine Corps culture and ethos. The DSTRESS Line is an anonymous behavioral health counseling service that gives Marines, attached Sailors, and family members a place to call and speak with "one of their own." It is a place to call and talk about stress in daily life -from the common everyday stressors to post-traumatic stress. It is not a medical service. DSTRESS Line counselors won't diagnose symptoms, but they will work with callers to help with a way forward. The call lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  

      Calling options from Okinawa are:
      1. Dial 645-7734 from any DSN phone.
      2. Dial 098-970-7734 from any Local Japanese cell phone or Local Japanese land line phone.
      3. Dial 1-877-476-7734 from any US based VOIP Line (Vonage, Skype, Magic Jack, etc.). 

      *If you have problems opening a link by directly clicking on it, please right click and select open on the pop-up menu.*  

       

      SMOOTH MOVE TOOLKIT


      Smooth Move Workshops are available online at Qualtrics.com. Service Members PCSing or EASing needing to fulfill the requirement can sign-up for an online session at our MCCS Relocation Services website: www.mccsokinawa.com/relocation. An email confirmation will be sent out to you with the link you will need to complete your online training. Once completed you can proceed to any of the MCCS Marine & Family Program Buildings the following day to receive your checkout stamp.


      DIRECTIVES

      Pet spaces are extremely limited during the peak PCS Season, May-September. Service Members planning to PCS with pets this summer should download the following forms to place their pet on the AMC flight waitlist and contact the Passenger Travel Office (PTO) as soon as possible for assistance:

      PET DATA CALL FY21

      Passenger Travel Office Customer Pet Tracker Form
      Supplemental Message to MARADMIN 333-20 to Incorporate Force Health Protection Guidance (Supplement 14) Directions.
      This guidance is effective 05 February 2021.

      MARADMIN 417/21   Change 1 to Reinforcing guidance for Marines regarding transportation, pets, housing, and quarantine-level-restriction of movement associated with PCS Moves to Japan. 

      MARADMIN 348/21 Reinforcing Guidance for Marines regarding Transportation, Pets, Housing, and Quarantine-Level – Restriction of Movement associated with Permanent Change of Station Moves to Japan.
      MARADMIN 297/21 effective 04 June 2021, provides updates to the 2021 Peak Moving Season

      MARADMIN 198/20, effective 31 March 2020, all domestic travel for DoD components is halted in response to COVID-19.

      MARADMIN 193/20, effective 26 March 2020, all DoD International Travel is restricted to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

      III MEF MCIPAC MCBBUL 1754  - 15 September 2021 COVID-19 Preventative Measures

       

      SMOOTH MOVE BOOKLET

      Smooth Move Workshop Booklet (Online Version) (March 2021)


      CHECKLISTS

      Financial Planning Worksheet for a PCS Move (2011 PFM Curriculum)

      Smooth Move PCS Checklist  (August 2021)

      TRS-Relocation Checklist for Marines (August 2021)

      TRS-Relocation Checklist for Sailors (August 2021)

      2021 Best Practices Inventory Checklist (March 2021)


      PRE-TRAVEL UPDATES (2021)

      FAQ about Pre-Travel COVID-19 Tests

      TRICARE Online Patient Portal


      DISBURSING

      MARADMIN 635-20: This MARADMIN explains the process for those Marines that have orders to recruiting or DI school and how to complete their travel claims


      PERSONAL PROPERTY/HOUSEHOLD GOODS

      PCSing soon? Checkout the latest USTRANSCOM PP Advisory for personnel that will be moving this summer.

      Have orders to PCS from Okinawa? Contact the DMO, Personal Property Office to set up your household goods shipment at:
      Camp Foster: 645-0922 / MCBBUTLERPPSODMO@usmc.mil 
      Camp Courtney: 622-7561/ 9770 / MCBBUTLERPTOCourtney@usmc.mil
       
      Camp Hansen: 623-4337/ 7029 / MCBButlerPPSOHansen@usmc.mil

       
      **Military Families Making Summer PCS Moves Will Have to Follow These Strict Rules
      https://www.military.com/daily-news/2020/05/07/military-families-making-summer-pcs-moves-will-have-follow-these-strict-rules.html/amp
        
      HEALTH SAFETY SCREENING:
      Checklists, interview forms, and other supporting documentation are available at:
      https://www.iandl.marines.mil/divisions/logistics-plans-policies-strategic-mobility-lp/logistics-distribution-policy-branch-lpd/pcs2


      DMO Moving During COVID-19 (May 2020) 

      5 Measures to Protect Your Health While Moving in a COVID-19 Environment (May 2020)

      DMO 2020 Passenger Travel (May 2020)

      DMO Outbound Shipment Form

      USMC Personal Property Facebook Page  (Can only be accessed from a personal computer)

      Shipping Alcoholic Beverages Brochure  (May 2019)

      Inconvenience Claims - Informational Brochure (October 2020)

      Move.mil  

      Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO)  Household Goods/Relocation Allowances Frequently Asked Questions

      Administrative Household Goods (HHG) Weight Allowance Location (April 2019)  


      ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR NAVY PERSONNEL

      Navy - MyPCS Mobile App

      Naval Supply Command Household Goods Webpage

      It's Your Move - Household Goods Booklet for Navy Personnel  (March 2019)


      Transportation/Pet Transportation

      Pet spaces are extremely limited during the peak PCS Season, May-September. Service Members planning to PCS with pets this summer should download the following forms to place their pet on the AMC flight waitlist and contact the Passenger Travel Office (PTO) as soon as possible for assistance:

      PET DATA CALL FY21

      Passenger Travel Office Customer Pet Tracker Form

      USMC Passenger Transportation Facebook Page  (Can only be accessed from a personal computer)

      Government of Japan Animal Quarantine Service (AQS)  Pet Exportation Webpages

      Government of Japan Animal Quarantine Service (AQS) Information Sheet (November 2018)

      Okinawa Veterinary Services PCS "Good To Know" Information Sheet (February 2019)

      U. S Department of Agriculture - Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Pet Travel Webpage 

      HQ Air Mobility Command Pet Brochure (April 2018)

      HQMC Pet Brochure for Commercial Airline Transport (February 2019)

      Airline Customer Pet Handout (February 2019)


      Resources/PCS Information 

      Headquarters Marine Corps I&R PCS Move Resources Webpage (Updated April 2021)


      MCCS Personal Financial Management Webpage 

      Temporary Living Allowance Brochure (Updated April 2017)

      Request a Sponsor

      Housing Application

      Military Installations Application (Military OneSource)

      Plan My Move Application (Military OneSource) 

      Loan Locker Agreement Form - July 2020

      For any questions on the above links/ forms, please contact our Relocation Section at 645-8395/7494/2104/2106 or mcbb_reloassist@usmc.mil.

      Looking for resources throughout the island? Click on the Information & Referral Database to access the resource database. 
      For questions or additional assistance, please contact an Information and Referral Specialist at:

      *Camp Foster: 645-2104/2106

      *Camp Kinser: 637-2815 

      *Camp Courtney: 622-7332

      *Camp Hansen or Schwab: 623-4522



      29 Palms

      29 Palms Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 760.830.6344


      Albany

      Albany Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 229.639.5278


      Cherry Point

      Cherry Point Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 252.466.6759


      Hawaii

      Check out the latest PCS Video from Hawaii: https://fb.watch/4jj_RVeVvt/

      Hawaii Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 808.257.776


      Henderson Hall

      Henderson Hall Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 703.693.9197


      Iwakuni

      Iwakuni Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 315.253.3754


      Lejeune / New River

      Lejeune/New River Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 910.451.1056/7796


      MCRD San Diego

      MCRD San Diego Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 619.524.5732


      Miramar

      Miramar Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 858.307.1428

      Okinawa

      Parris Island / MCAS Beaufort

      Parris Island / MCAS Beaufort Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 843.228.7351


      Pendleton/Barstow

      Pendleton Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 760.725.5704


      Quantico

      Quantico Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 703.784.2659


      Yuma

      Yuma Information & Referral - Relocation Services:

      DSN: 928.269.2034


      2018 Marine Corps Demographics Profile:

      This report contains the latest available information on the makeup of the military community — including service members and their dependents — in the United States and around the world. https://www.militaryonesource.mil/data-research-and-statistics/military-community-demographics

       

       

      *If you have problems opening a link by directly clicking on it, please right click and select open on the pop-up menu.*  

        

      Sponsor's Toolkit


      In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19 Sponsorship Training and Sponsorship Coordinator Training will be conducted in-person with social distancing or virtually (upon request). To sign up, please call one of our facilities at the numbers listed below or visit the Relocation Workshops tab above.

      MCCS Marine & Family Programs - Resource Centers:

      Camp Foster, Bldg. 445: 645-2104/2106/8395/7494              
      Camp Courtney, Bldg. 4425: 622-7332             
      Camp Hansen, Bldg. 2339: 623-4522/3055
      Camp Kinser, Bldg. 1220: 637-2815                
      Camp Schwab, Bldg. 3429: 625-2622


      Stay up-to-date with the latest DoD COVID-19 travel guidance:


      Okinawa 2021 PCS Video

      Okinawa 2021 PCS Video (QR Code)


      COVID-19: Appointment QR Codes

      COVID-19: What You Need To Know Brochure

      COVID-19: Resources

      COVID-19: Adolescent Vaccinations

      COVID -19: Vaccine FAQ for Adolescents

      COVID-19: Post Vaccination Brochure

      Marine Corps Based Movement Fact Sheet (29 June 2020)

      COVID-19 USMC Leaders Reference Card

      MARADMIN 417/21   Change 1 to Reinforcing guidance for Marines regarding transportation, pets, housing, and quarantine-level-restriction of movement associated with PCS Moves to Japan. 

      MARADMIN 297/21 - provides updates to the 2021 Peak Moving Season. 

      MARADMIN 348/21: Regarding Transportation, Pets, Housing, and Quarantine-Level- Restriction of Movement (ROM) Associated with Permanent Change of Station Moves to Japan. This guidance is effective July 2021. 

      New FRAGO USFJ:  Update on new ROM restrictions 

      FAQ Pre-Travel COVID-19 Testing

      TRICARE Online Patient Portal

      Sponsors, as we continue to support the actions to reduce potential risk and minimize the spread of COVID-19, please reach out to your incoming Service Members and their families with guidance on following the 14-day Restriction of Movement (ROM) requirement. We have updated the documents in your tool kit to help you be effective in your role as as a sponsor and your new responsibilities during the COVID-19 environment.


      Training Materials:

      Sponsorship Training Guide (May 2021)

      Sponsorship Checklist  (September 2021)

      Sponsorship Checklist- Civilian (August 2021)


      PCS Flowcharts:

      Marine Accompanied PCS Flowchart (Oct 2021)

      Marine Unaccompanied PCS Flowchart (Oct 2021)

      Navy Accompanied PCS Flowchart (Oct 2021)

      Navy Unaccompanied PCS Flowchart (Oct 21)


      Housing:

      Housing Application -DD Form 1746

      Port-to-Home Residence Flowchart Process (July 2020)

      Loan Locker Agreement Form

      Housing Renovation Slide (March 2017)

      Pets and Military Housing 


      AtHoc Notification Registration:

      AtHoc Registration Brochure

      Inbound Roster on ROM

      AtHoc Registration - Sponsors How-to-Guide


      Sponsorship Program Directives:

      III MEF/MCIPAC/MCBB Order 1754.1A -  Sponsorship Order  (October 2019)

      MCO 1320.11G - USMC Sponsorship Order  

      III MEF MCIPAC-MCBBBUL 1754 - 15 September 2021 COVID-19 Preventative Measures



      Additional Resources:

      PCS Checklist for Incoming Personnel (Oct 2021)

      PCS Checklist for Incoming Civilian Personnel (October 2019)

      Must Know Info for Marines & Sailors on PCS Orders to Okinawa October 2021

      Financial Planning Worksheet for a PCS Move (2011 PFM Curriculum)

      Household Goods Information with 14-Day ROM Suggestions  (June 2020)

      Overseas Screening Information

      Children and Youth Programs


      For any questions on the above links/forms, please contact MCCS Relocation Services at: 645-8395/7494/2104/2106 or email MCBB_ReloAssist@usmc.mil.

       

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