Marines


Marine Aviation Training Support Group - 22
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Training Command
Corpus Christi, Texas

The mission of MATSG-22 is to represent the Commanding General, Training Command in enabling Marine training through Service advocacy and support while reinforcing Marine Corps values, warfighting ethos, principles, and competencies to provide the best-trained Marines to the Fleet Marine Force.  MATSG-22 also maintains liaison and fosters relationships across the training enterprise to ensure all training meets the needs of our operating forces.

Mailing Address

NAS Corpus Christi
271 5th Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78419

Basic Contacts

DSN
861

Duty
(361) 961-0065

Duty Cell
(361) 533-4738

FAX
(361) 961-3487

Student Pool
(361) 961-0141

S-6 Chief 
(361) 961-1416

MATSG-22 24/7 SARC Hotline
(361) 961-1360

NASCC 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line
(361) 438-7778

Supply Chief

(361) 961-1310

 

Address

Commanding Officer
Marine Aviation Training Support Group - 22
320 Fifth Street
SE Suite 200
Corpus Christi, TX 78419

 

 BILLET  COMM  DSN  DUTY
 GDO  (361) 961-0065  861-0065  (361) 533-4738

To report a sexual assault, notify the installation Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) for your respective installation, the MATSG-22 Command SARC (361-774-5568) or one of our Uniformed Victim Advocates (UVAs). The SARC coordinates sexual assault response efforts for the individual, whether at the command level or installation level.

If you have been sexually assaulted and are an Active Duty Military Member, you have two reporting options:

Restricted Report

 * Report must be made only to the SARC, Uniformed Victim Advocate, Health Care Provider (including on-base counselors) or Chaplain.

 * Gives a victim time and the opportunity to get information and professional advice to include information on victim rights and available services, so they can make informed decisions. Victims may initially choose the restricted reporting option and later decide that they want the chain of command and law enforcement notified so that the offender is held accountable.

 *Victim Advocacy, medical services, and counseling will be offered.

Unrestricted Report

* The assault can be reported to those listed above in addition to the chain command and/or NCIS/law enforcement. An investigation will begin and protective services will be offered.

* Victim Advocacy, medical services, and counseling will be offered.

Remember: Regardless of how you choose to report the sexual assault, you will be offered a full range of advocacy, medical services and counseling. Victims of sexual assault might feel comfortable talking with their healthcare provider, but fear that the command and/or law enforcement would be notified. Some victims avoid seeking medical treatment following sexual assault because they fear the information will be disclosed to others. Under the restricted reporting option, military victims may speak to a healthcare provider (at a military facility), but it is important that the victim is direct and asks up front about restricted reporting.

DoD Directive 6495.01 definition of Sexual Assault:  Intentional sexual contact, characterized by use of force, threats, intimidation, abuse of authority, or when the victim does not or cannot consent. Sexual assault includes rape, forcible sodomy (oral or anal sex), and other unwanted sexual contact that is aggravated, abusive, or wrongful (to include unwanted and inappropriate sexual contact), or attempts to commit these acts. "Consent" means words or overt acts indicating a freely given agreement to the sexual conduct at issue by a competent person. An expression of lack of consent through words or conduct means there is no consent. Lack of verbal or physical resistance or submission resulting from the accused's use of force, threat of force, or placing another person in fear does not constitute consent. A current or previous dating relationship by itself or the manner of dress of the person involved with the accused in the sexual conduct at issue shall not constitute consent.

DoD Safe Helpline (24 Hours)

877-995-5247
https://www.safehelpline.org/

Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Support Line (24 Hours)

MATSG-22 Command SARC 24/7 Cell Phone: (361) 774-5568
MATSG-22 Command SARC 24/7 Office Phone: (361) 961-1360
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line: (361) 438-7778
Naval Air Station Kingsville 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line: (361) 533-0129
Goodfellow Air Force Base 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line: (325) 654-1570
Fort Huachuca Army Base 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line: (520) 732-3736
Lackland Air Force Base 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line: (210) 671-7273
Randolph Air Force Base 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line: (210) 652-4386
Training Command SARC 24/7 Cell Phone: (240) 435-0415

Medical
  • Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi: (361) 961-6000

  • Branch Naval Health Clinic Kingsville: (361) 516-6160

  • Military Treatment Facility Goodfellow AFB: (325) 654-3122 / Mental Health: (325) 654-3124

  • Military Treatment Facility Fort Huachuca Army Base: (520) 508-0059 / (520) 533-9061

  • Wilford Hall (Lackland AFB and Randolph AFB): (210) 916-3405

  • Military Treatment Facility Randolph AFB: (210) 652-2448 / (210) 221-9363

 

Chaplain Office:

 

  • NAS Corpus Christi: (361) 961-3751/ Duty Phone: (361) 533-1394        

  • NAS Kingsville: (361) 516-6618

  • Goodfellow AFB: (325) 654-3424

  • Fort Huachuca Army Base: (520) 533-4748 / 2366 / Duty Phone: (520) 533-2291

  • Lackland AFB: (210) 671-4208

  • Randolph AFB: (210) 652-6121

 

Military Police (UNRESTRICTED REPORTS ONLY):

  • NAS Corpus Christi: (361) 961-2480 / Watch: (361) 533-7953

  • NAS Kingsville: (361) 438-7342

  • Goodfellow AFB: (325) 654-3504

  • Fort Huachuca Army Base: (520) 533-3000 / 2183

  • Lackland AFB: (210) 671-2018 / 3030

  • Randolph AFB: (210) 652-5700

 

Woman's Shelter of South Texas (24 Hours):

  • 800-580-4878
    - Located in Corpus Christi, TX (servicing areas including and surrounding NASCC and NASK).

Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (24 Hours):

  • 800-656-HOPE(4673)

Marine Aviation Training Support Group - 22 Leaders

Colonel Jayson M. Tiger
Commanding Officer, MATSG-22

 Colonel Tiger is from Ogdensburg, New York. He graduated from Norwich University in 1998 with a

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Lieutenant Colonel Christopher A. Denver
Executive Officer, MATSG-22

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Sergeant Major Romero, Jose
Sergeant Major, MATSG-22

Sergeant Major Jose Romero was born in San Antonio, Texas and graduated from Sidney Lanier High

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