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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.
MSgt Pamela Kinzer (left) was retired on 19 June 2018 in the Hall of Heroes after 29 years of faithful service to the Marine Corps. MSgt Kinzer came to MCICOM in 2015 and served as the Watch Officer, Current Operations Chief, and IMA Detachment Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge in the G3/5 section. (Photo by Rex Runyon)
MajGen Vincent Coglianese (left) and SgtMaj Charles Williams (right) presents a 10 year Federal Length of Service Award to Ms. Nicholle Clinton who sits in the MCICOM Contracting section.
MajGen Vincent Coglianese (left) and SgtMaj Charles Williams (right)
presents a 35 year Federal Length of Service Award to Ms. Gail Cunningham on the occasion of her retirement.  Ms. Cunningham was a part of the MCICOM Contracting section.
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Richard F. Fuerst, left, commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni, Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglianese, commander of Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM), and Brig. Gen. Paul Rock Jr., commander of Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC), view the air station from the air traffic control tower at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan, June 18, 2018. Coglianese visited MCAS Iwakuni during his tour of MCIPAC, as a part of his duties as the commander of MCICOM. The visit marked the first time that he visited the air station as the MCICOM commander and the first time that he viewed expansion projects and the recently completed Atago Hills complex. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Jones)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Mark Palmer, left, commanding officer of Marine Aircraft Group 12, Col. Richard F. Fuerst, commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni, Japan Maritime Self Defense Force Rear Adm. Yoshikazu Morita, commanding officer of Fleet Air Wing 31, Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglianese, commander of Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM), Toshiyuki Kuwahara, a city assembly chairman with Iwakuni City, Yoshihiko Fukuda, mayor of Iwakuni City, and Brig. Gen. Paul Rock Jr., commander of Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC), pose for a photo outside of a local restaurant in Iwakuni, City, Japan, June 19, 2018. The leadership from MCAS Iwakuni, MCICOM, MCIPAC and Iwakuni City gathered for a dinner during MCICOM leadership’s tour of MCIPAC. The visit marked the first time that Coglianese visited the station as the MCICOM commander and the first time that he viewed expansion projects and the recently completed Atago Hills complex. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Jones)
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.
Gunnery Sergeant Andrea Cole, Legal Chief of the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate for Marine Corps Installations Command, from January 2015 - June 2018, was awarded a Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of her professionalism, organizational skill, and unsurpassed legal and administrative expertise.  The citation read, "Through superb legal and administrative acumen, she consistently provided well-researched, comprehensive, and thoughtful support on a wide array of legal issues including military justice, ethics, installation facilities, civil, and administrative law that enabled the Commander and staff to effectively accomplish their myriad missions around the globe."  Presiding over the ceremony was Major General Vincent Coglianese, Commander, Marine Corps Installations Command.