Marines

Led by Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM), the Marine Corps won five Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) Energy and Water Management Awards in 2017. The FEMP Awards recognize individuals, teams, and organizations for significant contributions to federal energy efficiency throughout the year. MCICOM was recognized in every category, demonstrating the organization’s dedication to innovative energy projects and programs that reduce base utility costs and support installation resilience. All award recipients were recognized in a ceremony hosted by the Department of Energy on November 2nd, 2017 at the National Archives in Washington, DC. - Led by Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM), the Marine Corps won five Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) Energy and Water Management Awards in 2017. The FEMP Awards recognize individuals, teams, and organizations for significant contributions to federal energy efficiency throughout the year. MCICOM was recognized in every category, demonstrating the organization’s dedication to innovative energy projects and programs that reduce base utility costs and support installation resilience. All award recipients were recognized in a ceremony hosted by the Department of Energy on November 2nd, 2017 at the National Archives in Washington, DC.

Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM) is celebrating Earth Day, 22 April, by hosting or participating in numerous events at Marine Corps installations. These events help to remind all Marines and civilians on our installations to recognize the critical interdependence between our mission, the environment, and the communities in which we train and operate, at home, and abroad.In the Commander’s annual MARADMIN, MajGen Vincent Coglianese said that, “Simple changes in our personal behaviors can make a meaningful impact: turning off lights when leaving, carpooling to work, reducing water use at home and in the workplace, participating in recycling and waste minimization programs; using reusable bags; and minimizing spills and disposal of harmful chemicals and cleaners,” can help protect our installations.Earth Day presents an opportunity for Marine Corps Installations and individual Marines and civilians to raise awareness of our responsibilities and demonstrate our commitment to protecting the environment as a critical component of readiness. - Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM) is celebrating Earth Day, 22 April, by hosting or participating in numerous events at Marine Corps installations. These events help to remind all Marines and civilians on our installations to recognize the critical interdependence between our mission, the environment, and the communities in which we train and operate, at home, and abroad. In the Commander’s annual MARADMIN, MajGen Vincent Coglianese said that, “Simple changes in our personal behaviors can make a meaningful impact: turning off lights when leaving, carpooling to work, reducing water use at home and in the workplace, participating in recycling and waste minimization programs; using reusable bags; and minimizing spills and disposal of harmful chemicals and cleaners,” can help protect our installations. Earth Day presents an opportunity for Marine Corps Installations and individual Marines and civilians to raise awareness of our responsibilities and demonstrate our commitment to protecting the environment as a critical component of readiness.

Marine Corps Installations Command, MCICOM