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Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM) was created on October 1, 2011 to oversee U.S. Marine Corps installations (including the installations' regional commanders) through direct oversight, policy creation and coordination, and resource prioritization.
As the single authority for all Marine Corps Installations Matters, MCICOM exercises command and control of regional installations commands, establishes policy, exercises oversight and prioritizes resources in order to optimize support to the operating forces and tenant commands.
In today’s unsettled and contested environment, one of the Marine Corps’ comparative advantages remains our global mission-focused base and station network. As the foundational platform from which the Marine Corps generates, deploys, employs, sustains and recovers ready forces, we must Be Ready to support today’s force readiness requirements while taking care of our Marines and their families. The changing national security environment and the Marine Corps Force Design efforts demand that we look beyond today and Make Ready to support the future force and if necessary to fight from the installations. This will require us to be actively engaged, innovative, adaptive and flexible to meet the requirements of those we support. I will focus on resourcing Force Design, building Resiliency, and enabling Retention of Talent.
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Marine Corps Installations Command’s (MCICOM) senior leaders and civilian and contract staff had the opportunity to lead and attend the Association of Defense Communities (ADC) Installation Innovation Forum (IIF) November 6-8, 2023. This annual event fostered collaboration and partnerships, bringing together military installation leaders, defense community members, and industry experts with the common goal of developing innovative solutions that increase readiness, resilience, and the quality of life for our service members.
NORFOLK, Va. - U.S. Marine Corps Security Forces Regiment officially opened the Marine Corps’ newest barracks at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown this past Thursday, Oct. 26.
We recently sat down with Samuel “Jim” Seaman (ret.) who was recognized this past month for his 45 years of fidelity within the federal service. Jim, who serves as a Marine Corps Installations Command Transportation Services Branch employee, had some useful advice to offer for aspiring candidates on how to get such a job and have a successful and lasting career.
MCB QUANTICO, V.A. – On October 30, 2023 at 10 a.m., join the Quantico Staff Noncommissioned Officer Academy (SNCOA) and the team from the College of Distance Education and Training (CDET) for a comprehensive update on the latest developments in enlisted education. The Enlisted PME Open House will take place at the Quantic Academy, Conde Hall.
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Nhatalyne Bordes, legal chief, office of the Staff Judge Advocate,
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