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Enable specialized training across a range of occupational specialties, while reinforcing Marine Corps values, principles, and competencies. Specifically, MATSG-21 supports the training of Marines in the aviation, cyber, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), and combatant dive communities while fostering relationships and liaising with the other services to ensure all training meets the needs of the Marine Corps.

Mailing Address

MATSG-21
211 Farrar Rd
Pensacola, FL 32508

Basic Contacts

Group Duty
(850) 452-9460

Duty Chaplain
(850) 452-3100 x0

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
(850) 452-2702 or (850) 375-2479

NAS Pensacola 24/7 Sexual Assault Line
(850) 449-9231

Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255
Suicide Prevention Lifeline Website

DOD SAFE Helpline
1-877-995-5247
DOD SAFE Helpline Website

Commercial: (850) 452-XXXX

DSN: 459-XXXX

BILLET

PHONE NUMBER

COMMAND SUITE

452-5521

SAFETY

452-3370

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR

452-3696

CHAPLAIN

452-4559

SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE COORDINATOR

Office: 452-2702

Duty Cell: 850-375-2479

DIRECTOR - MARINE CORPS

452-5505

FAMILY TEAM BUILDING (MCFTB)  
MCFTB TRAINER

452-5511

UNIFORM READINESS COORDINATOR

452-3359

CAREER PLANNER

452-3589

Personnel Admin (CPAC)
BILLET

PHONE NUMBER

CPAC DIRECTOR

452-9449

CPAC DEPUTY DIRECTOR

452-9455

CPAC SNCOIC

452-9450

Adjutant / Legal
BILLET

PHONE NUMBER

ADJUTANT OIC

452-2652

LEGAL CHIEF

452-3062

Operations / Training
BILLET

PHONE NUMBER

OPERATIONS OFFICER

452-5542

OPERATIONS CHIEF

452-5544

MARINE OFFICER CONTROL (MOC) OFFICER

452-3350

MOC ASSISTANT OFFICER

452-2685

DIRECTOR OF TRAINING

452-3551

TRAINING CHIEF

452-5544

Supply / S-4
BILLET

PHONE NUMBER

SUPPLY OFFICER

452-3595

S-4 CHIEF

452-3370

Security
BILLET

PHONE NUMBER

SECURITY CLERK

452-2739

ASSISTANT SECURITY MANAGER

452-3062

SECURITY MANAGER

452-5522

Contact Family Readiness

Office
(850) 452-3359

What is Family Readiness

The goal of the Uniform Readiness Program is to provide support to Marines, Sailors, and their families. Family is defined as all members of a Marine's family, and Marines have three families: the family they are born into, sworn into and married into. Family support shall be provided to service members (regardless of marital status), spouses, children, and the designated parents/extended family members of Marines and Sailors. Personal and Family readiness leads to an increase in unit readiness.

What can a Uniformed Readiness Coordinator (URC) do for you?
  • The URC is the Command’s representative and point of contact for all family readiness issues and concerns for all military members, both married and single.

  • The subject matter expert for all MCCS programs, events and resources.

  • Advocate and information source for the families of single Marines.

How can you assist the Family Readiness team?
  • Maintain your wills, powers of attorney, contact information and other important family documents as applicable.

  • Volunteer as a Family Readiness Assistant or Volunteer

  • Share information with other military-connected families.

  • Support family events through attendance and participation.

  • Advocate and provide support for families who have members deployed.

 

"Marines take care of their own - period. The enduring pledge between Marines is never more sacred than during time of war. Just as every Marine makes a commitment to the Corps when they earn the title Marine, the Corps makes an enduring commitment to every Marine - and an enduring commitment to their family." (Quote by General Conway, 34th CMC Planning Guidance)

Helpful Links

MWR DIRECTORY

BASE RESOURCE DIRECTORY

MWR & ITT

READY AMERICA

NATIONAL WEATHER CENTER

SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER

ESCAMBIA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

OKALOOSA COUNTY SCHOOLS

SANTA ROSA COUNTY SCHOOLS

GI BILL

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EDUCATION ACTIVITY

MILITARY K-12 PARTNERS

USAJOBS

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

VA’S PERSONAL HEALTH RECORDS

The Marine Aviation Training Support Group 21 (MATSG-21), Pensacola, FL, can help support the local community in a variety of ways. In general, MATSG-21 is capable of utilizing its personnel, equipment, and services in support of community events such as festivals, parades, and ceremonies. Community event organizers may request support from MATSG-21 for their event through the MATSG-21 Special Events & Volunteer Support Request (SEVR) process. By filling out either the online, electronic form, or a hardcopy DD Form 2536, event planners may provide specifics regarding event programming and support needs. Once completed and submitted with all pertinent information, the request is forwarded to the SEVR coordinator for review and approval. MATSG-21’s SEVR coordinator will contact event organizers to discuss further details and the level of support able to be provided. To contact the SEVR staff with questions regarding the process for requesting support, please refer to the contact information on our sidebar.

To request support for your event, please complete the electronic SEVR worksheet form by following the link provided below. The electronic form should be filled out as thoroughly as possible. Please ensure that you receive a confirmation page stating that you have successfully submitted your request for MATSG-21 support. Please note that your request must be submitted no later than 12:00pm on the second Tuesday of every month. Your request should be for the month following this deadline (i.e. A submitted request for an event on 12 October should be submitted NLT 12:00pm on the second Tuesday of September). Your request will be processed by our SEVR Board as soon as possible and we will contact you regarding the support we will have available for your event.

DD Form 2536

In general, MATSG-21 will not authorize support for events that fall into the following categories:

  1. Events that selectively benefit (or appear to benefit) any person, group, corporation, religion, political organization, or commercial venture, unless it is clear that the event primarily benefits the community at large or the Marine Corps in a significant capacity.

  2. Events that support, endorse, promote, or sponsor any individual, civilian enterprise, religious movement, organization, or political campaign.

  3. Events that exclude any individual of the public based on race, creed, color, sex, or national origin.

  4. Events that are clearly designed for commercial benefit.

  5. Events that utilize Marine Corps personnel for any of the following activities:

     

    • Ushering

    • Bag handling

    • Guarding/Security

    • Escorting individuals at events

    • As messengers

    • Attending at parking lots

    • In any similar capacity at events off military installations

    • In any demeaning or inappropriate capacity

    • In any religious capacity

Please note that none of these regulations prevent individuals from volunteering their private support to community organizations and events; however, all their individual activities must still be in accordance with all appropriate DOD and USMC regulations.

Location

Marines checking in to MATSG-21 will report to Building 3450 and check in with Consolidated Personnel Admin Center (CPAC) to receive a check-in sheet.  If reporting after hours, you will report to the Group Duty Officer (GDO) in the same building.  Marines will ensure their orders are stamped with reporting endorsement if checking in with the GDO.  Any after hours or weekend check-ins will ensure they report to CPAC at 0730 the next working day.  The GDO number is 850-452-9460.

Driving Directions to MATSG-21, Building 3450 (211 Farrar Road, Pensacola, FL 32508)

From Main Gate (0.5 miles)

Continue onto Duncan Rd

Duncan Rd turns slightly left and becomes Murray Rd/Sinton Cir

Continue to follow Murray Rd (0.6 miles)

Turn left onto Farrar Rd (0.2 miles)

MATSG-21 will be on the right

Contact Information

MATSG-21 Voting Officer
Room E103, Bldg 3450
NAS Pensacola, FL

Phone
(850) 452-3359

USMC Manpower Voting Officer
vote@usmc.mil

Helpful Links

https://www.fvap.gov

www.manpower.usmc.mil/voting

https://www.manpower.usmc.mil/portal/page/portal/M_RA_HOME/MF/Military%20Personnel%20Services/Voting

 

 

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Office: (850) 452-2702
Duty Cell: (850) 375-2479

NAS Pensacola 24/7 Sexual Assault Line
(850) 449-9231

DoD Safe Helpline
(877) 995-5247

Fleet and Family Support Program (FFSP)

Marine Aviation Training Support Group - 21 Leaders

Colonel Aaron J. Brunk
Commanding Officer

Colonel Brunk graduated from Tulane University in 1997 accepting a commission in the United States

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Lieutenant Colonel Clifton N. Rateike
Executive Officer

Lieutenant Colonel Clifton N. Rateike was raised in Indiana and graduated from Butler University in

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Sergeant Major Robert E. Alvarez
Sergeant Major

Sergeant Major Alvarez is a native of Tacoma, WA. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in October 1996

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