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Marine Detachment Fort Lee

 

Marine Detachment Fort Lee

Weapons Training Battalion

Fort Lee, Virginia

Welcome to Bravo Company

The company is designed to function as the Center of Excellence for Training and Education of Ammunition and Ground Ordnance Maintenance. Our primary mission as a formal school is to provide the Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) with fully trained, highly disciplined, and motivated Marines with the technical knowledge of ammunition, ground ordnance maintenance and metal working skill.

We are also committed to serve as a coordination point for all ammunition and ground ordnance maintenance functions, to include, provide a source of technical subject matter expertise. We will remain focused on all phases of the acquisition lifecycle management of ground ordnance weapon systems, by applying the most effective and innovative maintenance concepts and strategies available.

We pledge to ensure that our graduates are prepared to meet the challenges of present and future operational environments.

 

Capt Matthew S. Pultorak

    

      First Sergeant Ralph J. Trotta   

Company Commander -  B Co 

Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee

First Sergeant, B Co 

Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee

CHECKING IN/ IN PROCESSING/ MARINES AWAITING TRAINING PROGRAM: (14 hours)    

The checking in process, welcome aboard briefs and Values Based Training occur prior to the commencement of MOS training. Values Based Training is incorporated into the Marines Awaiting Training program. The Marines Awaiting Training Briefs covers academic policies, guidelines, and procedures pertaining to the conduct of students and the Marines Awaiting Training (MAT) Program's Annex A and Annex B curriculum from Ground Training Branch, TECOM.    

Student's check-in process consists of supply gear issue, barracks items issue, Service Record Book audit, Medical and Dental book screening. All Marines reporting for instruction undergo the check-in/out process.   

REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS: Students report to the Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Detachment, U.S. Army Ordnance School, Fort Lee, Va. 23801.   

-Entry Level Students: All students will report in by 2359 on the report date reflected in MCTIMS. During working and non-working hours report to Bldg 9302. Marines will report in Service "A" uniform. Privately Owned Vehicles (POV) and family members are not authorized. Government messing and billeting are available.   

-Non-Entry Level Students and Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO): Students will report to Bldg 18040 Room 215 by 0730 on the report date reflected in MCTIMS. Marines will report in the seasonal MARPAT uniform. Privately Owned Vehicles (POV) are authorized. Family members are not authorized. Government messing and billeting are available for non-entry level students and NCOs.   

-Warrant Officers (WO) and Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (SNCO): Students will report in by 0730 on the report date reflected in MCTIMS. During working hours report to Bldg 18040 Room 215. Marines will report in the seasonal MARPAT uniform. Privately Owned Vehicles (POV) are authorized. Family members are not authorized. Government messing and billeting are not available for WOs and SNCOs.    

The Company Commander of Company B, Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Lee is the final authority on student recycle/ MOS reclassification, and disenrollment from a course.

   
 

Staff Duty Officer Of the Day: (804) 734-8798

Bravo Co Cmdr: (804)734 5462

Bravo Co 1stSgt: (804) 734-5468

Bravo Co Academic Officer: (804) 734-7596
Bravo Co Office: (804) 734-5504

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MCTIMS Training Module Instructions4/17/2015658.21 KBDownload