Information and Referral - Relocation assistance can help to navigate PCS orders to help make the process a "Smooth Move." Learn how to navigate the DMO process, understand entitlements, and how to get organized for the move.
Got orders to move to a new duty station? This free Smooth Move PCS workshop provides information for personnel making a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) transfer to another base within the United States (CONUS) or to an overseas location (OCONUS). Topics covered include: travel and pay entitlements, shipping personal property, housing information, moving tips, POV entitlements, cultural aspects, COLA, passport requirements, Military OneSource, Military Home Front and accessing services at the new duty station. Please register online or call (910) 451-1056/7796. FREE for military families serving aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, New River Air Station, and all outlying camps. As per MCO1754.10A, attendance is mandatory for all departing military personnel. Spouses are encouraged to attend. No children allowed at official presentations.
The loan locker program is designed to provide the basic essentials for service members waiting on delivery of their household goods. Our loan locker is a FREE service for 30 days! We offer baby items such as strollers, high chairs, portable cribs. The kitchen items include: dishes, pots/pans, utensils, small appliances, coffee
makers, toasters, and irons. We also have other items to offer such as: laundry baskets, ironing boards, sweepers, etc. The Loan Locker is a FREE service for 30 days.
Russell Marine & Family Programs Center, Bldg 40, Room 105
Unit Sponsorship Coordinator Training (USC) Gain familiarity with MCO 1320.11G and learn to be in compliance with the MCO.
This course will provide command personnel designated as the Unit Sponsorship Coordinator (USC) or Senior Enlisted Advisor with the necessary tools and resources to train individuals within the command to assist transferring service members and family members. This course will provide attendees with a checklist of sponsorship duties, sponsorship forms and questionnaires, and up to date information regarding local resources.
Goals upon completion:
Verbally explain the Marine Corps Sponsorship Program and have the knowledge to train and assign
command personnel as Sponsors.
Possess the ability and knowledge to function as a Unit Sponsorship Coordinator.
Understand Sponsorship Program responsibilities listed in MCO 1320.11G and proper completion of
Identify inspection items listed on the Automated Inspection Reporting System (AIRS) detailed
inspection check list.
A one and a half hour session designed to train military sponsorship coordinators from all commands throughout Camp Lejeune. The training consists of the definition/role of a sponsor, and information on all the great resources available to a sponsor.