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WELCOME
WELCOME
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U.S. MARINES PHOTO BY LANCE CPL. RYAN CARPENTER
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WELCOME
TO MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON
U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO BY PFC. EMMANUEL NECOECHEA
Located 42 miles north of San Diego Inter-
units, including Marine Aircraft Group 39 and
share the land with more than 350 species. The
national Airport (Lindbergh Field) and 88
School of Infantry-West.
protection of endangered species is carefully con-
miles south of Los Angeles International
Approximately 70,000 people work and live
sidered when planning for training.
Airport (LAX), Camp Pendleton is home to
aboard the base. Camp Pendleton provides train-
A wide variety of recreational facilities and
Marine Corps Installations West-Marine
ing facilities for many active-duty and Reserve
activities are available on base. Combine these
Corps Base Camp Pendleton, I Marine Expe-
Marine, Navy and Army units, as well as national,
with the unlimited number of local points of
ditionary Force, 1st Marine Division, 1st
state and local agencies. Personnel aboard the
interest around the base and surely your tour
Marine Logistics Group and many tenant
base are environmentally conscientious as they
will be a memorable one.
Welcome to the place we call home8.
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GETTING HERE
television lounge, sitting area, internet service,
IPAC Inbound Center at 760-763-4179 or Duty
From San Diego International Airport
showers and refreshments. For more informa-
After Hours at 760-725-4833.
The United Service Organization (USO) is in
tion, call 310-645-3716.
Deployment Processing Command/
Terminal 2 of the airport and is open 6 a.m.
Via Car
Reserve Support Unit
to midnight every day. The facility offers
If you are coming from San Diego, take
Marines mobilized as Individual Augmen-
active-duty members, their family members
Interstate 5 north toward Los Angeles. Once
tees should report to S-3, Processing Sec-
and retirees referrals for shuttle service to
in Oceanside, take the Camp Pendleton exit,
tion, Building 64322. Marines coming to
Camp Pendleton, directions to base and hospi-
Camp Pendleton on AT, RCT or ADOS orders
tality services. The facility contains a television
which will lead you to the main gate. If you
should report to the Adjutant Office, Build-
lounge and sitting area, video games, movies,
are coming from Los Angeles, take Interstate
ing 64385. All others should report directly
Internet service, an ATM, showers, coffee
5 south toward San Diego. Once in Ocean-
to the S-3, Building 64322. The DPC func-
and refreshments. For more information, call
side, take the Oceanside Harbor Drive exit and
tions year-round, providing all administra-
619-296-3192.
make a left to the main gate.
tive Reserve services for Camp Pendleton. For
more information, call 760-725-7291/7037.
From Los Angeles
CHECKING IN
International Airport
All permanent personnel Marines report to
Navy Personnel
The USO is across from terminals 1 and 2 at
the IPAC Inbound Center, Building 13107. A
All Navy personnel assigned to Naval Hospi-
Bob Hope Hollywood USO at LAX, 203 World
duty is on post 24/7 to receive Marines report-
tal Camp Pendleton should report to the officer
Way, Suite 200, Los Angeles. The facility has a
ing aboard. For more information, call the
of the day at the Naval Hospital quarterdeck
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maker, tableware/cookware, flat-screen TV,
DVD player, service bar, iron, ironing board,
hair dryer and an in-room safe. The remain-
ing 48 rooms are deluxe, equipped with a
choice of two queen beds or one king bed and
a pullout sofa, refrigerator, microwave, cof-
fee maker, flat-screen TV, service bar, iron,
ironing board, hair dryer and an in-room
safe. The facility also has an exercise room,
business center, laundry room, sundries/
souvenir shop, Wi-Fi service, complimentary
newspaper, continental breakfast, a gazebo
with two barbecue grills, and a meeting room
for groups up to 24 people. ADA-compliant
rooms are also available upon request. For
lodging rates, reservations, and additional
information, call 760-763-7805 or visit http://
U.S.
http://innsofthecorps.cominnsofthecorps.com.
MARINE
TRANSIENT QUARTERS BILLETING
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Transient guest quarters are available at
Camp Pendleton at the following locations:
BY
CPL.
� Building 210440 (Del Mar TQ) and at
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buildings 1341/1342 (vicinity of the Base
ROBBART
Theater bowling alley) for all enlisted and
officers. No children permitted.
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� Building 1751 (VIP Quarters), reserva-
tions are managed by Base Protocol,
760-725-2010 or 760-430-4714.
during and after working hours. Navy per-
ADA�compliant, deluxe, and pet friendly rooms
sonnel assigned to a Marine Corps command
are available upon request. The facility has Wi-Fi
Military personnel and DOD civilians report-
aboard Camp Pendleton should report to the
service, a guest laundry room, business center,
ing to Camp Pendleton on TAD/TDY orders
appropriate personnel office (i.e., MCB, 1st
sundries in the lobby, complimentary newspa-
are required to report to the Billeting/Bachelor
MLG, division, etc.). For more information,
pers, a daily continental breakfast, and a relax-
Housing Office, as hotel and motel charges will
call 760-725-1078/1288. After hours, call
ing courtyard with patio furniture and barbecue
not be reimbursable if Transient Quarters are
760-293-1492.
grills, perfect for small gatherings with families
available. PCS personnel may use Transient
and friends. The facility is within walking dis-
Guest Quarters up to 10 days if the Base Tem-
CLIMATE
tance of the Mainside Marine Mart, Wendy's,
porary Lodging Facilities (TLFs) South Mesa
Boasting sunny days, low humidity and an
Domino's, Johnny Rockets, Leatherneck Lanes
and Ward Lodging are not available.
average temperature that ranges from 52 to
bowling center and The Grill, and Bulldog Box
Transient Quarters are similar to civilian
72 degrees year-round, Oceanside has the most
Office Theater. Also nearby is the Mainside
hotels, with rooms at a fraction of the cost.
comfortable weather in Southern California.
Food and Service Pavilion which offers one-stop
They offer daily housekeeping service, con-
The average rainfall is 10.93 inches. Oceans-
shopping and dining features such as Informa-
tinental breakfast, cable television, room
ide also has more than 26 city parks, several
tion, Tickets, and Tours (ITT), auto registration,
phones, high-speed Wi-Fi, coffee makers and
community recreation centers and 3.5 miles of
Panda Express, Moe's Southwest Grill, Subway
amenities; all with private bathrooms.
beautiful public beaches.
and a barbershop. Reservations can be made
Room rates vary from to a night.
up to six months in advance on a first-come,
Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American
TEMPORARY LODGING
first-served basis. For lodging rates, reservations
Express are accepted. Checks are accepted
Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton offers
and additional information, call 760-725-5304
from E-5 and above. Retired and active-duty
two lodging facilities for its guests. Ward Lodge
or visit http://innsofthecorps.com.
personnel on leave are welcome to stay in Tran-
(Building 1310) offers comfortable rooms with
The second facility, Pacific Views Lodge
sient Quarters-Billeting on a space-available
queen and king beds, private baths, telephones,
(Building 202870), has 69 rooms of which 21
basis. Space-availability check-in time is after
flat-screen TVs, DVD players, irons, ironing
are suites with fully equipped kitchens. All
4:30 p.m., strictly on a day-to-day basis, and is
boards, hair dryers and coffee makers. Of the
rooms have ocean views with a private patio
usually best during the winter months and on
87 units, 36 are equipped with fully stocked
or balcony. The suites are equipped with a
federal holidays.
kitchenettes. There are 24 deluxe rooms and
choice of two queen beds or one king bed, a
Permanent-party officers will be permitted to
27 standard rooms. Both deluxe and standard
private living room with a pullout sofa, micro-
reside in Transient Quarters with the highest
rooms have refrigerators and microwaves.
wave, refrigerator, stovetop burners, coffee
priority if PCS orders are presented showing
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permanent assignment to Camp Pendleton.
Personnel must be in a bachelor status and not
receiving BAH.
Permanent-party personnel must agree to pay
cable TV and telephone charges on a monthly
basis. Housekeeping is available by request;
fees apply.
The director, Billeting/Bachelor Housing
Department, billeting manager or the assis-
tant billeting manager must approve all room
assignments for permanent-party personnel.
STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED
OFFICER QUARTERS
For Marine Corps and Navy E-6 through E-9,
there is only one SNCO designated building, in
the 62 Area (San Mateo), Building 62574, with
46 bed spaces. All unmarried and geographi-
cal bachelor SNCOs should contact their unit
for assignment to quarters. If quarters are not
available, SNCOs have the option to apply for
Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH).
A three-bedroom apartment ranges from
HOUSING
,350 to ,825. Three- and four-bedroom,
BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS
More than 7,500 housing units are avail-
single-family home rentals range from ,590
able for Camp Pendleton personnel. Mili-
For Marine Corps and Navy E-5 and below,
to ,450. Individual home rentals average
tary personnel reporting to Camp Pendleton
BEQs are located throughout Camp Pendleton
from ,500 to ,100. Security deposits for
must register with the Base Housing Office at
under the operational control of area and unit
rentals generally equal one month's rent.
98 San Jacinto Road prior to making a rental
commanders. There is mandatory assignment
The average cost of a two- to four-bedroom,
agreement or purchasing a home in the civil-
to BEQs for unmarried E-5 and below ser-
single-family home in North San Diego County
ian community.
vice members.
ranges from 0,000 to 0,000. Pet owners
It is strongly advised that those service mem-
should expect to deposit up to an additional
bers who qualify for BAH at the with-dependent
HOUSING REFERRAL SERVICES
0 to 0 for housing rentals, depending
rate apply for government quarters at this time.
Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment
on the weight and breed of the pet.
Eligibility for assignment begins with a control
ranges from 0 to ,670. A two-bedroom
Pet rent can range from to . For more
date that may be the date of detachment from
apartment ranges from 0 to ,140.
information, call 760-725-5661.
the last permanent duty station. Normally,
personnel who wish to reside off base are per-
mitted to do so. Early inquiries often prevent
unpleasant surprises and allow for proper
planning. Call 760-725-5995, DSN 365-5995
or 800-843-2182.
VEHICLE REGISTRATION
Privately owned motor vehicles operated
on base must be registered within five days
of arrival. All personnel reporting aboard are
required to present an identification card,
driver's license, vehicle registration and proof
of insurance to come aboard the base.
III
Base decals are available for a maximum
period of three years for all military personnel.
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To register vehicles aboard Camp Pendleton,
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the following criteria must be met:
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BY
� Have a certificate of registration or possess
written, notarized permission from the
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registered owner to operate the vehicle.
MARINE
� Drivers 18 or older must possess a driver's
U.S.
license from their home state or California.
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those under 18 must obtain a nonresident
minor's certificate or California driver's
license within 10 days. Those over 18 may
operate a motor vehicle with a valid out-
of-state driver's license, if nonresident
status is maintained.
� All vehicles driven or moved on California
highways must be registered and have the
appropriate fees paid.
� Upon registering a vehicle, owners will
receive a registration certificate that must
be kept in the vehicle at all times and be
presented to a police officer upon request.
� Members of the armed forces are permitted
to drive in California with license plates
issued to them by any state, territory or
country where they were last assigned for
military duty.
� Service members may or may not be
allowed to drive in California with expired
Drivers under 18 must possess a Califor-
� Seat belts are required by California law
out-of-state licenses, depending on their
nia driver's license or obtain a certificate
and must be used while driving. Child
state of residence.
of compliance (SR22) along with a driver's
safety restraints are required for all chil-
license issued in their home state. Applica-
dren until they are either 6 years old or
To find out the law for a particular state, call
tions for SR22s are available through insur-
weigh 60 pounds.
the Military Police traffic desk at 760-725-5991
or go to Building 1531.
ance companies.
� It is against the law in California to talk
� Have an insurance policy with a minimum
or text on a cellphone while operating
MOTORCYCLE REGISTRATION
of ,000 bodily injury or death of one
a vehicle.
To register a motorcycle aboard the base,
person, ,000 bodily injury or death
� Vehicles less than 30 years old require a
personnel must complete the Motorcycle
of two or more persons and ,000 prop-
smog-control device as certified by the
Rider Course (MRC) conducted by the Base
erty damage.
state of California. Vehicles will not be
Safety Office or have proof of Motorcycle
� Family members must show Department of
equipped with any bypass or modification
Safety Foundation certified Basic Rider Course
Defense ID card.
to increase motor noise.
(BRC) training provided by nongovernment
sources, driver's license, insurance, registra-
� All vehicles registered out of the state of
� It is unlawful to drive under the influence
tion and a motorcycle endorsement. Follow-
California are required to possess proof
of or transport an open container of alcohol
ing the completion of the MRC, a motorcycle
of passing a California smog test (exclud-
in a motor vehicle except in a trunk or out
rider's card (yellow card) will be issued. This
ing diesel engines and vehicles 20 years
of the immediate vicinity of the occupants.
card must remain on all personnel anytime
or older).
Both California and Camp Pendleton
have strict regulations regarding alcohol.
they drive their motorcycle. Requirements
� Service members under the age of 26 must
Infractions can weigh heavily with civilian
necessary for automobile registration apply to
possess a Driver Improvement Card (DIC).
records, and legal implications may affect
motorcycles as well.
The registered owner of the vehicle is respon-
military careers or legal status.
The
follow ing
motorcycle
safet y
sible for compliance with base regulations per-
gear is required on base: safety helmet
� Service members must have a valid driver's
taining to the registration of the vehicle, safety
(DOT-approved minimum); shatter-proof
license to drive in California. Out-of-state
inspection, etc. However, the person operating
eye protection, goggles or safety shield;
licenses are acceptable for those over 18
the vehicle is responsible for observance of all
full-length, abrasion-resistant trousers;
who are not residents of California, but
long-sleeve shirt; full-finger gloves; and foot-
traffic regulations.
if cited, a driver must be able to prove he
wear covering the ankles. The Base Safety
or she is not a California resident. Service
CALIFORNIA STATE
Office also offers pamphlets listing current
members under 18 must possess a valid
DRIVING REGULATIONS
motorcycle safety regulations and laws for
driver's license from their home state and
the state of California and the base. For more
� Under California law, a driver must not
obtain, within 60 days of entering Califor-
information on the courses, call the Safety
drive faster than what is safe for road and
nia, a nonresident minor's certificate issued
Office at 760-725-2897.
weather conditions. All areas on Camp
by the Department of Motor Vehicles or a
Pendleton have posted speed limits, with
California driver's license.
IDENTIFICATION CARDS
a maximum speed limit in certain areas of
� Family members must meet the same
All ID cards for active-duty members, fam-
the base of 55 mph.
aforementioned requirements, except
ily members, retirees, and Reserve and civilian
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personnel are issued at Pass and ID offices.
The Freight branch, in Building 2262, is
of rabies vaccine used and date of administra-
The offices are at Mainside in Building 130132
responsible for shipment and receipt of all
tion. All cities and counties in California have
(Joint Reception Center), the Main Gate Build-
freight aboard Camp Pendleton. Outbound and
dog control ordinances. It is strongly recom-
ing 20255T and San Onofre Building 51093.
inbound shipment coordination can be made
mended that all cats are rabies-immunized.
Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday
by calling 760-725-3873. The Yard Opera-
Cats, birds and rabbits must be healthy for
through Friday. Please call 760-725-2442/2106
tions section is at Lot 2255 and is responsible
admittance into the state. Parakeets may not be
(JRC), 760-725-2865/2768 (Main Gate) or 760-
for the loading and unloading of all heavy lift
brought into the state for the purpose of sale.
763-6476 (San Onofre) for more information.
items aboard base. They have three portable
Pet ferrets are prohibited in California.
Dependent children must obtain an iden-
ramps, 35- and 140-ton cranes, and a 36-ton
Per MCO P11000.22 Ch. 6, full or mixed
tification card at age 10 to be eligible to use
forklift at their disposal. Use of the base scale
breeds of pit bulls, Rottweilers and canid/
any facilities.
is coordinated through Yard Operations at
wolf hybrids are prohibited aboard Marine
Civil service employees must obtain a
760-725-3119.
Corps installations.
DD Form 1172-2 from the Civilian Human
Rail operations are conducted through
For information on vaccinations, pet regu-
Resources Office, Building 2265. For more
Lemon Grove and Fallbrook Junction. Use of
lations, adoptions or requests for animal
information, call 760-725-3794.
NAFI employees call 760-725-5893 or visit
MCCS Human Resources (Building 15100) for
more information.
Sailors and their family members assigned to
the Naval Hospital, branch medical clinics and
tenant commands can obtain cards from the
Naval Hospital's Personnel Support Detach-
ment, Identification Card Section, Room 1546,
Building H-100. For more information, call
760-725-1308.
DISTRIBUTION
MANAGEMENT OFFICE
The Distribution Management Office offers
a full complement of traffic management
services to base, tenant and transient units
and personnel.
The Personal Property Shipping Office, in
Building 2263, is responsible for all DOD
personal property shipments into and out of
northern San Diego County. To inquire about
inbound shipments, call 760-725-3519. Out-
these areas must be conducted through the
control service, contact the Base Veterinary
bound shipment counseling is performed
Traffic Manager at 760-725-3092.
Clinic at 760-725-3439. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to
at 8 a.m. Monday through Friday on a
4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
walk-in basis.
PETS
For information, call 760-725-8164. If your
Dogs, cats, fish and small birds are the only
PLANTS
shipment suffers loss or damage, contact the
animals authorized in government quarters
Houseplants in potting soil that are kept
Claims Section at 760-725-8844.
aboard base. All dogs and cats, regardless of
inside at all times are usually permissible
The Personal Effects and Baggage Center is
age, must be registered with the Base Veteri-
into California, except fruit plants. All
responsible for coordinating storage of per-
nary Clinic, Building 25132, within 30 days of
houseplants are subject to inspection at the
sonal effects and vehicles for deploying units,
arrival to Camp Pendleton.
state border for freedom of serious disease
processing personal effects for personnel
To register an animal, the owner must pres-
and pests. Outdoor plants are usually not
absent from their commands and receiving lost
ent valid shot records for rabies and vaccina-
admissible. Some plants are specific carri-
baggage from the San Diego Airport. For more
tions, if the animal is old enough to get the
ers of plant diseases and are restricted by
information, call 760-725-3519/3093.
rabies shot. If the pet has been spayed or
plant quarantines. No plants are admissible
The Passenger Travel branch is responsible
neutered within six months of registration,
from Florida; Long Island, New York; and
for procuring commercial travel for Camp
a free one-year license can be obtained. Vac-
Hidalgo and Cameron counties in Texas, due
Pendleton-based units. In addition, it coordi-
cinations are available through the Base Vet-
to certain infestations. For additional infor-
nates no-fee passports for personnel on official
erinary Clinic.
mation contact: California Department of
orders and port calls for personnel traveling
The California Department of Health Ser-
Food Agriculture, Division of Plant, Health
to overseas areas. Offices are in buildings
vices requires all dogs over 4 months old to
and Pest Prevention Services, 1220 N St.,
2263 and 520420. Call 760-725-8635/8637
have a certificate of current rabies vaccination
Room A-372, Sacramento, CA 95814, or call
for assistance.
stating the type, manufacturer and lot number
916-653-1440.
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HEALTH CARE SERVICES
Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton offers a
The Naval Hospital Pharmacy is open
AT NAVAL HOSPITAL
Patient Services Center (PSC) to help benefi-
7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and
CAMP PENDLETON
ciaries with their health care needs, including
8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. It is closed Sunday
The Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital is just
assistance in arranging appropriate access to
and federal holidays. Refills can be called in to
inside the main gate.
care, health care advice or patient education,
760-725-HELP (4357), option 5, and picked up
The Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton's health
at the Naval Hospital, Family Medicine Oceans-
services phone line is 760-725-HELP (4357),
and contacting your provider to prescribe or
ide Clinic, the 13, 21, 31 and 52 Area Branch
available 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
refill a medication. The PSC is on the first floor
Health clinics or at the 13 Area drive-through
Friday, closed on weekends and federal holidays.
near the Quarterdeck/Info Desk. Inpatient and
prescription refill pickup window. The patient
The phone line provides access to the fol-
outpatient services are available for active-duty
ID card is required.
lowing services:
service members, their family members and all
In case of an emergency, an on-base ambu-
� Family medicine.
other eligible TRICARE beneficiaries. Outpa-
lance service is available by calling 911. The
� Pediatrics.
tient primary care is provided for active-duty
Naval Hospital Emergency Room is available at
personnel at branch clinics throughout the
� All other primary care/specialty clinics.
the hospital 24/7.
base and for family members of active-duty
� Labor and delivery.
personnel and other eligible TRICARE benefi-
TRICARE SERVICE CENTER
� Pharmacy.
ciaries at the Naval Hospital and the 13, 31 and
Priority care is given to active-duty service
� Speaking with a health care professional.
52 Area Branch Health clinics and the Family
members, family members of active-duty mem-
� Customer service.
Medicine Oceanside Clinic.
bers enrolled in TRICARE Prime, retirees and
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their family members enrolled in TRICARE
Facility requiring civilian medical care
Prime. Enrollment in TRICARE Prime can be
should contact the Health Service Center at
accomplished by visiting the TRICARE Ser-
760-725-4357, option 6, or UnitedHealthcare
vice Center or calling UnitedHealthcare Mili-
Military & Veterans at 877-988-WEST (9378).
tary & Veterans at 877-988-WEST (9378). All
active-duty members are required to enroll in
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
TRICARE Prime during in-processing.
Command Religious Program
Upon arrival at Camp Pendleton, families
Three chapels at MCI West-MCB Camp
should bring their medical records to the
Pendleton serve the spiritual needs of military
Outpatient Records Desk, located just inside
personnel and their families. These facilities
SEALS
the hospital entrance closest to the outpatient
represent major faith groups, including Roman
RAY
parking lot. This allows entry into the outpa-
Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, Episcopal/
tient system and will reduce waiting time dur-
Lutheran, Latter-day Saints, Muslim, Jewish
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ing first medical appointments.
and Gospel.
All patients are required to show proof of
Religious education programs (Catholic and
eligibility for medical care and must be listed
Protestant) are held regularly at the Marine
FISHER HOUSE, CAMP PENDLETON
in the Defense Enrollment and Eligibility
Memorial Chapel and Blinder Memorial Chapel.
Building 2014, San Jacinto Road
Reporting System (DEERS) computer. Ben-
Oceanside, CA 92058
eficiaries can verify their DEERS information
Religious Development Center (RDC)
...................................... 760-763-5307/5308
by contacting UnitedHealthcare Military &
The RDC is the center for current informa-
Fax............................................ 760-763-5309
Veterans at 877-988-WEST (9378) or visit-
tion about base religious activities. The RDC
Email:
ing the TRICARE Service Center or their
(Building 1344) is on Mainside, adjacent to
Website: http://cpen.med.navy.mil
nearest uniformed services personnel office
Base Billeting. Call the RDC for information at
The Fisher House provides a "home away
(ID card facility). Contact DEERS directly at
760-725-4700.
from home" at no cost for families of patients
http://www.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect800-538-9552 or visit www.dmdc.osd.mil/
Activities
admitted for medical care at the Naval Hospital
http://www.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnectmilconnect to update address changes and
� Marriage preparation workshops.
Camp Pendleton or affiliated medical centers.
other DEERS information.
� Vacation Bible school.
The Fisher House represents the commit-
When the Naval Hospital does not
� Retreats (CREDO): 760-725-4954.
ment to provide quality care and support to
have services available for eligible ben-
their guests during a time of need. They offer
eficiaries, patients will be referred to local
� Sacramental preparation.
comfortably furnished rooms with bathrooms,
TRICARE-certified civilian providers. Benefi-
� Bible studies.
fully equipped kitchen, living, dining, laundry
ciaries will be expected to use their primary
� Special recognition service.
and play rooms. The Fisher House is located
insurance, which may include Medicare,
� Know Your Faith (CCD) classes.
in close proximity to Naval Hospital Camp
TRICARE and other employee or government
� Seasonal celebrations.
Pendleton.
health plans. TRICARE Prime beneficiaries
� Sunday school (Catholic).
may or may not incur any out-of-pocket costs
Eligibility Requirements
� Fellowship opportunities.
when referred for emergency services by a
� Fisher House is available to families of
primary care provider. Patients will incur an
� ParaChapel Ministry Program.
active duty, retired and veterans from all
out-of-pocket expense for nonemergency care.
� Baptism seminars (Catholic).
services including the National Guard and
Patients enrolled in the Military Treatment
� Youth activities (Catholic).
Coast Guard
� Vocation days.
� Family must be traveling a minimum dis-
� Men's fellowship.
tance of 40 miles one way
� Volunteer programs.
� Lodging is available to families who have
� Singles Life groups.
no local accommodations
� Couples Life groups.
� Patient's condition must be serious in
Services
nature and not diagnostic testing, general,
For further information, contact the Reli-
or elective procedures
INGERSOLL
gious Development Center, Building 1344, at
Availability and Placement:
760-725-4700 or your unit chaplain's office.
A referral must be completed in advance of
I MEF............................... 760-725-9032/9821
STEPHANIE
arrival and submitted to the Fisher House.
1st Marine Division ................... 760-725-6692
CPL.
However, advance referrals do not constitute
BY
1st Marine Logistics Group........ 760-763-9421
a reservation. The Fisher House operates on a
Marine Aircraft Group 39 .......... 760-725-8180
day-to-day basis due to the medical needs of
PHOTO
Marine Corps Base, the RDC ..... 760-725-4700
their guests and their families. A Fisher House
MARINE
Edson Range.............................. 760-725-2700
staff member will contact the family regarding
U.S.
Naval Hospital........................... 760-725-1223
availability of lodging.
http://www.pendleton.marines.mil/unithome.aspxwww.pendleton.marines.mil/unithome.aspx
13
SERVICES
Referral Form
programs. The Fire Prevention Section also
about your local commissary or to find a dis-
Physicians, nurses, chaplains, military liai-
provides juvenile intervention services. Con-
tant commissary, visit www.commissaries.
sons, social workers, American Red Cross, case
tact the department's administration office at
http://www.commissaries.comcom. Information regarding your commissary
managers, patient administration, may prepare
760-763-2721 and Fire Prevention Services at
and special offers ranging from shopping tools,
referrals.
760-763-2703. For all emergencies, call 911 or
closures, recipes and scholarship information
760-725-3333.
is available. Like most commissaries, the busi-
Admittance Guidelines
est shopping days are paydays.
Due to priority and urgent medical needs, it
BASE NEWS
The main commissary is off Vandegrift
is not always possible to admit families on a
Camp Pendleton's news website can be
Boulevard, approximately 1 mile from the
first come first serve basis. The following fac-
found at www.pendleton.marines.mil. For
main gate. For more store information, call
tors are taken into consideration.
more information, contact the public affairs
760-430-1701. Hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
� Medical Condition - Terminal, Critical,
office at 760-725-5799. Information can also
A second commissary is in the San Onofre
Serious (Not for elective procedures)
be found on the official social media sites:
Shopping Center, next to the San Onofre gate.
http://www.facebook.com/MCIWPendletonCAwww.facebook.com/MCIWPendletonCA, on
For more store information, call 760-725-7903.
� Financial - Junior personnel have priority
Twitter with the handle @MCIWPendletonCA
Hours: 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through
� Status - Active duty personnel have priority
and on flickr at www.flickr.com/photos/
Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
� Patients are not eligible to stay at the Fisher
http://www.flickr.com/photos/pendletonscoutpendletonscout.
House without a caregiver
RECYCLING SERVICES
CREDIT UNION
� Each family will be assigned one
Camp Pendleton offers curbside collection
Pacific Marine Credit Union (PMCU) is in the
for the housing areas every other week. Recy-
guest room
Mainside Exchange complex and provides its
clables, placed in plastic bags or containers,
� Once eligibility and availability is con-
members with convenient saving and borrow-
should be at the curb no later than 8 a.m. For
firmed, the family will be contacted by the
ing. Since 1952, Pacific Marine Credit Union
more information on collection days, call the
Fisher House staff when a room is available
(known then as Camp Pendleton Federal
Recycling Center at 760-725-4892.
� A family may be admitted after business
Credit Union) has been serving the financial
hours if prior arrangements have been
needs of Marines, Sailors and Southern Cali-
RECYCLING CENTERS
made with the Fisher House staff
There are three recycling centers on Camp
fornia civilian employees.
Pendleton. Each facility has recycling contain-
It has undergone many changes during the
MILITARY POLICE
ers outside for 24-hour drops.
past 60-plus years but is still committed to
The Provost Marshal's Office (PMO) offers
"Serving our members wherever they may be."
Building 22054 ......................... 760-725-4892
services such as child fingerprinting, etch-
Today, PMCU has more than 73,000 mem-
Building 520189 ....................... 760-763-1650
ing personal items (stereos, TVs, etc.), neigh-
bers worldwide, with 11 branches, interna-
Building 13193 ......................... 760-763-2830
borhood watch programs, youth and adult
tional ATM access, free online banking and
ride-alongs, crime-awareness briefs and home
e-statements.
LOCAL BUS SERVICES
security inspections. Additional community
The North County Transit District (NCTD)
services include the D.A.R.E. education pro-
COMMISSARY
provides bus service between Camp Pendleton
gram and Domestic Animal Control coordi-
Camp Pendleton's commissaries are com-
and Orange County, Fallbrook and Oceans-
nation. For more information about crime
plete, modern supermarkets. There are
ide. Buses connect to major points across the
prevention and community services, call
multitudes of special programs featuring
base throughout the day. For specific route
760-725-3888.
top-of-the-line products. To find out more
information and schedules, call toll free
FIRE DEPARTMENT
There are 11 fire stations on Camp Pendleton.
Of the 11, one is a heavy rescue station and one
a wild land station, which is staffed during fire
season. The base stations employ 175 fulltime
civilian employees on its staff. The department
annually responds to more than 4,000 calls.
In addition to fire suppression, other services
U.S.
MARINE
provided include medical, rescue, swift water
rescue, confined space rescue, vehicle extrica-
PHOTO
tion and services calls.
The department has developed partnership
BY
PFC.
agreements with cooperating agencies for auto-
DANIEL
matic and mutual aid.
The Fire Prevention Section provides techni-
BOOTHE
cal support and performs fire investigation as
well as fire safety, prevention and education
14
2018 Marine Corps Installations West - MCB Camp Pendleton 3Unofficial Base Guid2e
SERVICES
800-COMMUTE (266-6883) or visit the web-
should call 760-725-5337. The society pays for
referral and advocacy services, health and
site www.gonctd.com.
volunteer child care and mileage to and from
welfare inquiries, assistance with humanitar-
Basic fares are .75 for riders age 6 to 59,
the office.
ian transfers and hardship discharges, and
free for children under 5, and 75 cents for
The society's funding is mainly from gener-
health and safety courses like first aid, CPR
seniors age 60 and over. NCTD also operates
ous contributions of Marines and sailors who
and baby-sitting. The American Red Cross is
the COASTER commuter train with daily ser-
donate money during the annual fund drive
at the Naval Hospital. For more information,
vice from Oceanside to downtown San Diego.
to help "take care of their own." All donated
call 760-725-3303. For after-hours emergen-
Call toll free 800-COASTER (262-7837) for
funds are returned to fellow service members
cies, call 800-951-5600.
information and schedules.
as relief services.
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
SCHEDULED AIRLINE
POST OFFICE
has two locations aboard Camp Pendleton:
TICKET OFFICE
Building 1121, Mainside, 760-725-5337; and
Camp Pendleton postal services are provided
SatoTravel provides a full line of travel ser-
Building 520512 in the School of Infantry area,
by both military and civilian facilities. An array
vices for government travelers. These services
760-725-7497.
of services are provided including: official mail,
include tickets for air, rail and bus travel, as
accountable mail delivery, mailbox key issue
CAMP PENDLETON
(Building 1674) and money order and stamp
well as vehicle rental and hotel reservations.
sales. For more information, call 760-725-5183.
We also provide unofficial travel for service
ARMED SERVICES YMCA
members and their dependents in connection
The ASYMCA supports active-duty military
Mail Processing Center
with official travel.
personnel and their families through a number
Building 16840............................. 760-725-5227
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our two offices aboard Camp Pendleton:
of programs and services on Camp Pendleton.
These include: Mommy and Me preschool for
Base Postal Section
22 Area
ages 18 months to 5 years and Operation Hero,
Building 16840............................. 760-725-6896
Building 2263 ........................... 760-725-4396
which is a free after-school mentoring and
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The School of Infantry
tutoring program offered at five base locations.
Post 1st Marine Logistics Group
Building 520420 ....................... 760-725-7694
Children in first through fifth grades are eli-
Building 16840............................. 760-763-1196
SatoTravel offers leisure services at Twenty-
gible to participation in Op Hero. The program
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
nine Palms and Marine Corps Recruit
is free.
11 Area Exchange
Depot San Diego. Call 866-441-2987 for
The Y Shuttle provides free transportation
Complex Branch........................... 760-725-5832
more information.
for active-duty members and their families for
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
the following: Camp Pendleton Naval Hospi-
14 Area
NAVY-MARINE CORPS
tal medical appointments and prescriptions,
Building 1482............................... 760-763-2294
RELIEF SOCIETY
on-base WIC appointments and commissary
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is
visits. Transportation can also be provided to
Friday; 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday
a private, nonprofit, volunteer organization
those military personnel and family members
21 Area
dedicated to providing temporary financial aid
living off base.
Building 210636, Del Mar ............ 760-725-2196
to Marines, sailors and their families. Assist-
The ASYMCA administration office is in
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2 to 4 p.m.
ing Marines, sailors and their families with
Building 16144 on Camp Pendleton near
22 Area
immediate essential needs through the dis-
the Mainside shopping center. Informa-
Building 220106, Chappo............. 760-725-4691
bursement of interest-free loans or grants is the
tion and schedules are available by calling
8:15 to 11 a.m., 2:45 to 4 p.m.
principle activity of the Navy-Marine Corps
760-385-4921.
33 Area
Relief Society.
Building 33307, Margarita............ 760-725-3232
The society also offers nonfinancial support.
NMCRS THRIFT SHOP
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
Information on pay and allowances, budget-
The NMCRS provides low-cost items to eli-
Friday; 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday
ing and community programs and resources is
gible service members and their families. All
41 Area
available. A visiting nurse is also available to
funds received in payment are used to sup-
Building 41356, Las Flores........... 760-725-2757
assist with health education in or related to the
port NMCRS programs benefiting Marines,
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
home environment.
sailors and their families. The shop operates
53 Area
The "Budget for Baby" class provides infor-
on a donation-only basis. Hours are 10 a.m. to
Building 53507, Horno................. 760-725-7547
mation about the costs associated with a new-
12:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. For more
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
born. A layette worth approximately is
information, call 760-725-1800.
Friday; 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday
given to all Marine and Navy expectant parents
62 Area
who attend the class.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
Building 62307, San Mateo.......... 760-7





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