Field Medical Training Battalion - East is a formal school whose goal is to prepare Enlisted and Officer students for service with the Fleet Marine Force (FMF). Whether you are coming to FMTB-E as an instructor or support staff, our mission is “Training the Navy's finest to serve with the few and the proud”. I know your tour will be a rewarding experience both personally and professionally.
Field Medical Training Battalion
PSC Box 20042
Camp Lejeune, NC 28542-0042
FMTB-E is located onboard Camp Johnson, which is a part of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Camp Johnson is home to Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools and home to four MOS producing schools, and two PME schools. The entrance to Camp Johnson is the site of the Beirut Memorial. Central to the memorial, clustered among North Carolina pines and azaleas, a life-size bronze statue sculptured by Jacksonville native Abby Goodwin, stands constant vigil over the names of those peacemakers who died in 1983 in Grenada and Lebanon in the name of freedom. This beautiful piece of bronze masonry is a fitting tribute to their sacrifice.
Permanent personnel checking into FMTB-E should report to S-1 (Admin) located in Building M508.
If for some reason you have not been contacted by your sponsor, contact the sponsor coordinator at (910) 450-0060 to request one.
We know moving, whether unaccompanied or accompanied, can be a very stressful time. Your sponsor can and should be a source of valuable information regarding the command and the local area. Another great source of information for the local area is the page titled “Settling In” on the Camp Lejeune website. This page will give you information regarding temporary lodging, base housing, household goods, Camp Lejeune Schools, vehicle registration, pet registration, firearm registration, and geographic bachelor information.
A variety of recreational activities are available to do in the Camp Lejeune area to include archery, bowling, deep sea fishing charters, golf, fitness centers, hobby shops, library’s, Onslow Beach, skeet range, swimming pools, theaters, and much more. There is also recreational equipment available to rent for a nominal fee. Please visit the MCCS webpage by clicking here.