Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune


Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

"Home of Expeditionary Forces in Readiness"

Latest Announcements

Public Notice: Holiday hours of operation for gates and offices

In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, many offices and some gates aboard base will be closed or open with reduced operating hours and staffing. Some of the changes in operating hours include:

- ID Card Center: Closing at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Closed Thursday & Friday, Reopens Monday, Dec. 1

- Legal Assistance: Closing at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Closed Thursday & Friday, Reopens Monday, Dec. 1

- Main Gate Visitor Center: Closed Thursday, Open 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday (Visitor Center Only - Contractor Vetting Closed Friday), Resume normal hours of operation Saturday

- Piney Green Gate: Closed Thursday & Friday

- Wilson Blvd. Gate: Closed Thursday & Friday

For a list of holiday hours for Marine Corps Community Services activities and offices, please visit

For the operating hours for a specific office not listed above, please call them directly. Happy Thanksgiving!

Public Notice: Trees for Troops to deliver Christmas trees for service members Dec. 8

Trees for Troops, a program of the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation, provides farm-grown Christmas trees to military service members and their families stationed across the U.S. and overseas. Through cash contributions, Christmas trees donated by American farm families and the public, the work of many volunteers, and the generous support of their shipping sponsor FedEx, Trees for Troops has delivered Christmas trees to thousands of deserving service men and women and their families since 2005.

This year, trees will be distributed aboard base through each command Marine Corps Community Services' (MCCS) coordinator. The trees will be delivered and distributed to the commands Monday, Dec. 8. Please contact your command or MCCS coordinator for more information.

To learn more about Trees for Troops, please visit

Public Notice: 2014 Eastern North Carolina Toys for Tots campaign underway

Since 1947, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program has distributed more than 452 million toys to more than 209 million children in need. This charitable endeavor has made the Marine Corps the unchallenged leader in looking after less fortunate children at Christmas. The 2014 Eastern North Carolina Toys for Tots campaign kicked off Friday, Nov. 8 and will end Monday, Dec. 15. Through your donation of time, money, toys and resources, we will be able to assist children in Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow and Pamlico counties. To learn more, please visit

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By Cpl. Justin Rodriguez | September 16, 2014

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