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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

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Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines engage in combined arms ranges
Marines with Battalion Landing Team, 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines, 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) conducted ranges during the 22nd MEU Deployment for Training at Fort A.P. Hill, VA., July 28 – Aug. 2, 2018. The training allowed the Marines to incorporate tanks, amphibious assault vehicles, aircraft, indirect fire, mortars and infantry into a series of combined arms live-fire ranges in order to maintain proficiency for their upcoming deployment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron Henson)
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Public Notice: FY19 MMOA Command Visit scheduled Aug. 14-17

The FY19 HQMC MMOA command visit will be conducted at Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River from August 14-17, 2018. The visit will consist of officer briefs and allow for individual interview appointments with the MMOA monitors.

Officer briefs will take place at:
• MCB CAMLEJ - August 14 at 0800 at the base theater
• MCAS NEW RIVER - August 14 at 0800 at the station theater

If you wish to schedule an individual appointment at Camp Lejeune, please utilize the MCIEAST Command Visit Scheduler at Appointments will be conducted at the Camp Lejeune Officer's Club, Bldg. 1401 in the Division, MLG and 5th Element Rooms. Please utilize the main entrance

If you wish to schedule an individual appointment at MCAS New River (aviation officers), please contact Mr. Troy McKinney at 910-449-5469 or

Public Notice: New Access Control System (DBIDS) Delayed Until Further Notice

The previously-announced new installation access control system, Defense Biometric Identification System, or DBIDS, has been temporarily delayed at both Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River, due to technical difficulties that are currently awaiting a solution. At this time, a new transition date has not been set and contractors will not be able to exchange their current credentials for DBIDS credentials on June 25, as previously planned. Current contractors are still urged to pre-enroll into DBIDS at!/ so their information will be readily available once the system comes online.

For installation access, current contractors are advised to continue to provide their RAPIDGate or MCESS credential along with a valid government-issued identification card. Until the DBIDS system comes online, new contractors will be issued a temporary pass, through the Camp Lejeune Contractor Vetting Office, Building TT-13, next to the Wilson Gate. Temporary passes will be granted for a period of up to 59 days at which time a new temporary pass must be secured in order to access the installation.

As a reminder, this delay has no impact on individuals holding a valid Common Access Card (CAC), dependent ID card, reserve ID card, or retiree ID card issued by the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS). If you have further questions, please contact the Contractor Vetting Office at 910-450-0283/0284/0285.

Public Notice: CAC-PIN Reset Stations available at various locations on base and air station

The CAC-PIN Reset Station in Building 59 at the Joseph "Randy" Reichler Reception Center on Mainside has been experiencing periodic lengthy delays in providing services to patrons due to high demand and longer than usual lines. There are additional CAC-PIN Reset Stations in the local area that personnel may use, if eligible, including at Stone Bay, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, Camp Johnson, Courthouse Bay and MCAS New River. Please consider one of these alternate locations to help alleviate demand at the location on Mainside. For a list of locations and hours, please click here.

Traffic Advisory: Portion of NC-172 closed for bridge repair May 22 - Nov. 2

The Freeman Creek Bridge, 5 miles south of the Triangle Outpost (Hubert/Swansboro) Gate on NC-172 will be closed for renovations May 22 - November 2.

Commuters wishing to utilize NC-172 as a thru route will be detoured to Lyman Road and Sneads Ferry Road to bypass the construction. NC-172 will remain open for local traffic allowing access to all ranges and training areas adjacent to the highway.

Further advisories will be distributed if the situation changes.

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