Marine Corps Installations East
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Serving East Coast installations
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Our Mission

MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS EAST (MCIEAST) commands and controls assigned Marine Corps installations in order to support the operating forces, tenant commands, military personnel and their families. MCIEAST also operates Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, a training base that promotes the combat readiness of the operating forces and the missions of other tenant commands by providing training venues, facilities, services and support in order to be responsive to the needs of Marines, sailors and their families.

 

Our Vision

MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS EAST (MCIEAST) will provide the Operating Forces and tenant commands with the highest quality of continuous, effective service and support to meet present and anticipate future joint and expeditionary warfare requirements.

 

Our Values

Our values signify the highest attainable degree of mission accomplishment throughout the MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS EAST region. Carrying out our mission with our values in mind will ensure we progress toward becoming the organization we envision.

These values are:
External: Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment voice a high level of satisfaction in the level of support they receive from the regional command.
Internal: An organization of Marines, sailors and civilian Marines who value performance and effectiveness above personal interests, who are focused on improving every process by delivering increased levels of support at reduced cost.

July 29, 2021

New COVID-19 Face Covering Policy

COVID-19 cases continue to increase across the country. Local communities, the surrounding counties and MCIEAST installations are experiencing high community transmission and positive case rates due...

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$1.15 Billion in Hurricane Recovery Projects Kick off on Camp Lejeune
Marine Corps Installations East
April 22, 2021 | 2:28
$1.15 Billion in Hurricane Recovery Projects Kick off on Camp Lejeune
Marine Corps Installations East
April 22, 2021 | 2:28
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$1.15 Billion in Hurricane Recovery Projects Kick off on Camp Lejeune
Earth Day 2021 on Camp Lejeune
U.S. Marines conduct immediate action drills during exercise Dynamic Cape 21.1
Devil Dogs & Docs: U.S. Marines return to Philadelphia for vaccination mission
U.S. Marines participate in Dynamic Cape 21.1
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Featured Photos

From left: U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Julian D. Alford, commanding general, Marine Corps Installations East-Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Walter E. Gaskin, Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, George Rogers, chief executive officer, RQ Construction, LLC,  and U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Dean VanderLey, commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Atlantic, shovel the ceremonial soil during a ground-breaking ceremony for the hurricane recovery military construction projects at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, April 22, 2021.  The ground-breaking ceremony marked the first of seven military construction project packages to replace facilities on MCB Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station New River and MCAS Cherry Point damaged by Hurricane Florence in September 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by CWO2 Brian Lautenslager)
Ceremonial soil is staged in front of building 522 for a ground-breaking ceremony for the hurricane recovery project at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, April 22, 2021.  The ground-breaking ceremony marked the first of seven military construction project packages to replace facilities on MCB Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station New River and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point damaged by Hurricane Florence in September 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by CWO2 Brian Lautenslager)
U.S. Navy Capt. Jim Brown, commanding officer, Office in Charge of Construction Florence addresses staff and attendees during a ground-breaking ceremony for the hurricane recovery and military construction projects at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, April 22, 2021.  The ground-breaking ceremony marked the first of seven military construction project packages to replace facilities on MCB Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station New River and MCAS Cherry Point damaged by Hurricane Florence in September 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by CWO2 Brian Lautenslager)
U.S. Navy Capt. Jim Brown, commanding officer, Office in Charge of Construction Florence addresses staff and attendees during a ground-breaking ceremony for the hurricane recovery and military construction projects at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, April 22, 2021.  The ground-breaking ceremony marked the first of seven military construction project packages to replace facilities on MCB Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station New River and MCAS Cherry Point damaged by Hurricane Florence in September 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by CWO2 Brian Lautenslager)
U.S. Navy Capt. Jim Brown, commanding officer, Office in Charge of Construction Florence addresses staff and attendees during a ground-breaking ceremony for the hurricane recovery and military construction projects at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, April 22, 2021.  The ground-breaking ceremony marked the first of seven military construction project packages to replace facilities on MCB Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station New River and MCAS Cherry Point damaged by Hurricane Florence in September 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by CWO2 Brian Lautenslager)
Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune on December 28, 2020 administered the first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Per the Department of Defense’s strategic plan for distribution and administration of the vaccine, initial recipients of the vaccine were given to frontline health care providers and personnel with the Emergency Department/Trauma Department, Intensive Care Unit and other frontline workers as identified by the facility. Vaccines will also be given to frontline health care workers and first responders attached to Marine Corps Installations East to include MCAS New River, II MEF, and MARSOC.
Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune on December 28, 2020 administered the first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Per the Department of Defense’s strategic plan for distribution and administration of the vaccine, initial recipients of the vaccine were given to frontline health care providers and personnel with the Emergency Department/Trauma Department, Intensive Care Unit and other frontline workers as identified by the facility. Vaccines will also be given to frontline health care workers and first responders attached to Marine Corps Installations East to include MCAS New River, II MEF, and MARSOC.