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The Combined Commanding General's/ Camp Commander's Cup Program is a program to provide an opportunity for all Marines to take part in an intramural sports program. The CC and CG Cup program is a series of unit based tournaments that are conducted on each Marine Corps Base and Air Station each month.
The program supports eight different sports (basketball, softball, flag football, soccer, bowling, racquetball, volleyball, and golf). Depending on how a team places at the Base or Air Station level, will dictate whether or not they advance to the next higher tournament in the program, the CG tournament. The top five primary teams as well as any secondary teams that may have placed first, second or third from each Base or Air Station will advance to play in the Combined CG Cup competitions. Depending on how a team places in the CC tournament, along with possible advancement to the CG, they will earn participation and standing points. The eligible unit team that accumulates the most points at the end of a quarter will be awarded the CC and CG quarterly trophy and the team that accumulates the most points at the end of the year will be presented with the overall CG trophy. Depending on how a team places in the CC tournament, along with a possible advancement to the CG, they will earn participation and standing points.
The Combined Commanding General's/Camp Commander's Cup is open to all active duty Marine and Navy personnel aboard Marine Corps installations, SOFA family members of active duty Marine and Naval personnel assigned or attached to eligible unit teams within the program dependents, Self-Sponsored DoD SOFA Civilians and their family members; and base eligible employees.
The Semper Fit Athletics Program offers a variety of programs geared to meet the athletic needs of service members, DoD employees and their family members through fitness centers and competitive sports.
Our Adult Sports program provides a wide range of sporting and recreational opportunities throughout the year to meet the recreational and athletic needs of our service members, civilians and accompanying family members. Whether it's team or individual sports, Adult Sports is committed to providing an outlet for you to spend your downtime.
Free events limited to participants aboard specific camp(s).
Fee based tournaments or events open to participants island-wide. Certain restrictions may apply based on camp/station access.
PAC-Wide Sporting Events
Fee based open events open to all teams or individuals in the Pacific region. Certain restrictions may apply based on camp / station access.
Open to specific major subordiante commands which are MC Butler, 1st MAW, 3rd MLG, 3rd MARDIV, USNH, & MCAS Iwakuni.
All Marine Sports
This program is for any Marine interested in competing in any All-Marine sport. To participate, Marine’s must submit a resume and application to be reviewed for selection. All resumes should state all experience within the sport the applicant is applying to. In order to qualify, Marines must have prior experience. All applications are due to Headquarters Marine Corps Athletic Office at least 60 days prior to the All-Marine Trials. The application packet must include a command endorsement letter stating that the Marine will be made available to attend all events (All-Marine Trials, Armed Forces, and CISM) if selected. All applications and resumes must be sent through the MCCS Semper Fit Athletics Office at Bldg. #5966 on Camp Foster.
All-Marine Sports Application
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