Marine Corps Installation Command

 

Marine Corps Installation Command

ADC I&L Facilities Service Division

Major General Charles Hudson assumed command of MCICOM on 1 July 2015 during a ceremony held at Joint Base Fort Meyer-Henderson Hall.  General Hudson, the former commander of MCIPAC said, "Marines, Sailors, civilian employees and host nation employees of Marine Corps Installations Command, I am honored to have the opportunity to lead this prestigious command and facilitate the continued maturation of its organization construct. Together, we will enable our Corps' combat readiness and combat effectiveness by supporting the CONUS-based Operating Forces and those Operating Forces forward deployed and forward based around the globe."
GEN CHARLES HUDSON IS NEW COMMANDER, MCICOM
Major General Charles Hudson assumed command of MCICOM on 1 July 2015 during a ceremony held at Joint Base Fort Meyer-Henderson Hall. General Hudson, the former commander of MCIPAC said, "Marines, Sailors, civilian employees and host nation employees of Marine Corps Installations Command, I am honored to have the opportunity to lead this prestigious command and facilitate the continued maturation of its organization construct. Together, we will enable our Corps' combat readiness and combat effectiveness by supporting the CONUS-based Operating Forces and those Operating Forces forward deployed and forward based around the globe."
The Department of the Navy (DON), U.S. Marine Corps and Duke Energy Progress broke ground today for a large-scale solar facility at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Approximately 55,000 solar panels will be installed on 100 acres. Once operational, the facility has the potential to produce up to 17 megawatts of direct current energy. From left are Paul Newton, David Kirkman,  SES Robert Griffin,  LtGen (USMC, Ret.) Gary McKissock, Chairman Edward Finley, The Honorable Mr. Dennis McGinn, BGen Robert Castellvi, Mayor Sammy Phillips, Commissioner Chairman Barbara Ikner, and Robert Caldwell.
SOLAR FARM GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY AT CAMP LEJEUNE
The Department of the Navy (DON), U.S. Marine Corps and Duke Energy Progress broke ground today for a large-scale solar facility at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Approximately 55,000 solar panels will be installed on 100 acres. Once operational, the facility has the potential to produce up to 17 megawatts of direct current energy. From left are Paul Newton, David Kirkman, SES Robert Griffin, LtGen (USMC, Ret.) Gary McKissock, Chairman Edward Finley, The Honorable Mr. Dennis McGinn, BGen Robert Castellvi, Mayor Sammy Phillips, Commissioner Chairman Barbara Ikner, and Robert Caldwell.
Marine Corps wheelchair basketball athlete, Cpl Anthony McDaniel is congratulated by MCICOM SgtMaj Anthony Cruz after the game at Barber Gym, MCB Quantico. The Marine Corps team won in the playoff game on 23 June 2015.  Warrior Games 2015 is being hosted at Marine Corps Base Quantico from 19-28 June.
WARRIOR GAMES ATHLETE MEETS MCICOM SGTMAJ
Marine Corps wheelchair basketball athlete, Cpl Anthony McDaniel is congratulated by MCICOM SgtMaj Anthony Cruz after the game at Barber Gym, MCB Quantico. The Marine Corps team won in the playoff game on 23 June 2015. Warrior Games 2015 is being hosted at Marine Corps Base Quantico from 19-28 June.
Participants of the Warrior Games make their way to the opening ceremony at Little Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., June 17, 2015. The Warrior Games, founded in 2010, is a Paralympic-style competition that features eight adaptive sports for wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from the U.S. Army, Marine Corp, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force, Special Operations Command, and the British Armed Forces. This year marks the first time the DoD takes responsibility for operational planning and coordination of the event, in which approximately 250 athletes are expected to compete.
2015 DoD Warrior Games
Participants of the Warrior Games make their way to the opening ceremony at Little Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., June 17, 2015. The Warrior Games, founded in 2010, is a Paralympic-style competition that features eight adaptive sports for wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from the U.S. Army, Marine Corp, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force, Special Operations Command, and the British Armed Forces. This year marks the first time the DoD takes responsibility for operational planning and coordination of the event, in which approximately 250 athletes are expected to compete.
U.S. Special Operations Command para-commandos perform a jump at the 2015 Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games Cycling Awards Ceremony on Lejeune Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., June 21, 2015.
PARA-COMMANDOS PERFORM JUMP AT WARRIOR GAMES 2015
U.S. Special Operations Command para-commandos perform a jump at the 2015 Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games Cycling Awards Ceremony on Lejeune Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., June 21, 2015.
Participants in the Cycling competition of the 2015 Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games pass the finish line at Lejeune Hall Lot, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., June 21, 2015.
CYCLISTS CROSS THE FINISH LINE AT WARRIOR GAMES 2015
Participants in the Cycling competition of the 2015 Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games pass the finish line at Lejeune Hall Lot, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., June 21, 2015.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Dennis V. McGinn (center), Energy, Installations and Environment, tours the ground source heat pump project area with Charles W. Hammock Jr., vice president, Andrews, Hammock and Powell, INC., during his visit to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, May 19. The project is a borehole thermal energy storage system which is a state-of-the-art ground source heat pump system for heating and cooling Building 3700, the Marine Corps Logistics Command headquarters building.
THE HONORABLE ASN, EI&E, DENNIS MCGINN VIEWS ENERGY PROJECT AREAS AT MCLB ALBANY.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Dennis V. McGinn (center), Energy, Installations and Environment, tours the ground source heat pump project area with Charles W. Hammock Jr., vice president, Andrews, Hammock and Powell, INC., during his visit to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, May 19. The project is a borehole thermal energy storage system which is a state-of-the-art ground source heat pump system for heating and cooling Building 3700, the Marine Corps Logistics Command headquarters building.
The ACMC, General John Paxton (center) made congratulatory remarks to MCLB Albany after the base was recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for "superior excellence in health and worker safety," and was awarded Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star status.  Mr. Robert Vazzi (far left) presented the Star flag to Col Don Davis during the ceremony.
MCLB ALBANY RECEIVES OSHA'S VPP STAR STATUS
The ACMC, General John Paxton (center) made congratulatory remarks to MCLB Albany after the base was recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for "superior excellence in health and worker safety," and was awarded Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star status. Mr. Robert Vazzi (far left) presented the Star flag to Col Don Davis during the ceremony.
BIOGRAPHIES

Major General Charles L. Hudson
Commander, Marine Corps Installations Command/Assistant Deputy Commandant, Installations & Logistics (Facilities)
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SES David R. Clifton
Executive Director, MCICOM, DADC Facilities I&L
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Colonel Anthone R. Wright
Chief of Staff, Marine Corps Installations Command
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Sergeant Major Anthony Cruz Jr.
Sergeant Major, Marine Corps Installations Command
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MCICOM exercises command and control of Marine Corps Installations via regional commanders in order to provide oversight, direction, and coordination of installation services and to optimize support to the Operating Forces, tenants, and activities. For installations under the command and control of the Commanding General of Marine Corps Training and Education Command (TECOM), MCICOM will only provide installation support.
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USMC Installation

24/7 Helpline Number

Pentagon/Henderson Hall/ 8th&I

571-205-1298

MCB Quantico

703-929-3904

MCB Camp Pendleton

760-500-1707

MCB Camp Lejeune

910-750-5852

MCB Camp Butler

645-HOPE (on Base)

098-970-HOPE (off Base)

MCB Hawaii Kaneohe Bay

808-216-0126

MCLB Albany

229-881-3883

MCLB Barstow

760-577-6036

MCAS New River

910-238-6384

MCAS Cherry Point

252-665-4713

MCAS Yuma

928-941-3650

MCAS Miramar

858-864-2815

MCAS Beaufort

843-321-6009

MCAS Iwakuni

090-9978-1033

Camp Mujuk    

645-HOPE (on Base)

098-970-HOPE (off Base

Camp Fuji

645-HOPE (on Base)

098-970-HOPE (off Base

MCRD Parris Island

843-228-3599

MARFORCOM

757-630-9333

MARFORRES

877-432-2215




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