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Training Command

 

Training Command

Quantico, Virgina

Items To Bring With You

FMTB-W, Camp Pendleton : FMST Course

 

Proper civilian attire must be worn when you are authorized liberty.  Proper civilian attire is defined as clothing that does not bring discredit upon yourself or the military. Clothing that is frayed or in disrepair is not authorized. Also, if your pants or shorts have belt loops, you are expected to wear a belt. PT gear will not be worn as civilian attire. Remember, there are plenty of Marines and Sailors out there ready to correct inappropriate attire. You represent the Navy, in and out of uniform, so take pride in your personal bearing and appearance.

**COVID VACCINATION IS 100% VOLUNTARY. HOWEVER, FULLY VACCINATED STUDENTS ARE AT A LOWER RISK FOR CONTRACTING COVID AND THEREFORE ELIGIBLE FOR INCREASED LIBERTY OPPORTUNITIES PER THE COMMANDING OFFICER’S DISCRETION. COVID VACCINATION PRIOR TO ARRIVING AT FMTB-W IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED.**

 

Required Items:

  • Complete Navy issued sea bag Click link to see full seabag list: Link
  • Stamped Orders
  • Last Evaluation (Transfer)
  • Flight information for follow on orders if OCONUS
  • Lease agreement (for members living out in town)

**Bring COVID 19 Restriction of Movement pack list below. Items are intended to last a student 14 days without regular replenishment**

  • 14 days of clothing
  • 14 days of over the counter or prescribed medications
  • Hygiene kit (14 day supply)
  • Bath towelx3
  • Shower shoes
  • Feminine products (females only)
  • Laundry mesh bag
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Cell phone charger
  • Personal electronics
  • Personal books
  • Nicotine patch or gum
  • Snacks

Recommended items:

  • Good pair of running shoes with white socks (no basketball shoes)
  • Flashlight with red lens
  • Pen and highlighter
  • 4 sets of boot bands
  • 2 combination locks
  • 1 mesh laundry bag
  • Sufficient amount of toiletry items to provide for your personal comfort during the training period
  • 1 set of dog tags (red tags for allergies)
  • Necessary individual medical equipment and medication (EPI pen, inhalers, etc.,)
  • Sunscreen
  • Wrist watch (smart watches are not authorized throughout the training day)
  • Shower shoes
  • 2 towels
  • Navy PT sweats (top and bottom)

 

 

Develop, coordinate, resource, execute and evaluate training and education concepts, policies, plans and programs to ensure the Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman is prepared for assignment with the operational forces.
To be the best training command within the United States Marine Corps; producing the best trained, best prepared, and battle ready Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman.  He will be prepared to meet the challenges of present and future operational environments.