Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune


Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

"Home of Expeditionary Forces in Readiness"

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Lt. Gen. Robert F. Hedelund, commanding general of II Marine Expeditionary Force, shares his guidance and priorities for the MEF, and the Marines and Sailors who comprise it. He states Marines of II MEF are constantly deployed while working together and achieving mission success while upholding the four pillars of II MEF: readiness, standards, dignity and respect, and operational excellence. "Every one of you are counted on every day... mission accomplishment won't happen without you," Hedelund said. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. David Delgadillo)
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Personnel Notice: Building 15 Medical Clinics remain closed

All Building 15 medical clinics are temporarily closed due to damage sustained by Hurricane Florence. Please use the below locations for temporary service:

• L Street Clinic (449-8846) - Medical records, PHA's, medical readiness, audio
• F Street Clinic (449-8077) - Sick call and routine appointments
• Dental Clinic (451-1013) - 2nd Dental Battalion (Bldg FC 500) on Julian C. Smith Road (also known as PT Road)
• Optometry (451-9037) - Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune 2nd deck (F Street clinic for glasses pick-up)
• Laboratory (450-3666) - Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune
• Radiology (450-4808) - Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune
• Pharmacy (450-4171) - Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune

VA Hadnot Point Clinic Patients are being seen by their team off base at 308 Brynn Marr Road in Jacksonville.

Traffic Advisory: C Street single lane closures scheduled Dec. 10-14

There will be single lane closures along C Street from Dec. 10 -14 during the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. as contractors are working in the area.

Contractors will conduct flagmen controlled single lane closures during this time frame. At the end of each day the roadway will re-open allowing for 2-way traffic until the following day.

Traffic Advisory: Marines Road closed for repairs Dec. 10-21

The previously announced closure of Marines Road has been adjusted due to training in the area. Marines Road will now be closed from Dec. 10-21 in order to make repairs to the road due to damage sustained during Hurricane Florence. This closure is expected to last through Dec. 21, 2018. All range/TA roads along Marines Rd. will remain open. Contractors will have variable message signs directing traffic to detour routes on NC-172 and Sneads Ferry Road.

Traffic Advisory: Portion of NC-172 closed for training Dec. 1-8

NC-172 will be closed from Sneads Ferry Road to the Triangle Outpost Gate from 12:01 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. Dec. 1 through Dec. 8 for training. Motorists will be detoured down Lyman and Sneads Ferry Roads during this closure, and all travelers are advised to expect potential traffic delays, especially during peak travel times.

Public Notice: Deer Harvest regulation reminder

Wildlife official have had an usually high number of hunters forgetting to properly report their deer harvest. Please follow the steps below when you harvest a deer on base; failure to do so could result in suspension of your hunting privileges. The information collected is crucial to managing the base deer population.

  1. Take deer to one of three check stations (Old Sawmill Rd, Verona Loop Rd, and MCAS New River).
  2. Properly remove jaw bone, place it in the provided plastic bag, complete a jaw bone card, staple card to OUTSIDE of bag, and place bag in refrigerator.
  3. Enter the weight, sex, and antler measurements in EFAWCTS and close your hunt session.
  4. Complete harvest information on Game Harvest Report Card and drop it in the harvest card box.
  5. Wash off the weigh station area for the next hunter.
  6. You MUST report your harvest in accordance with NC regulations. Call 1-800-I-GOT-ONE or visit

Signs are posted in each check station to walk you through the harvest reporting process.

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