Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools develops, conducts and evaluates formal training for entry, intermediate and advanced level officer, enlisted and civilian students in Personnel Administration, Ground Supply Support and Distribution, Financial Management and Logistics Operations, as well as Marine Corps Water Survival training; and sustains the professional transformation of Marines in order to prepare graduates for service in the operating forces and supporting establishment. The Commanding Officer of Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools also serves as the Area Commander, Camp Johnson and provides administrative, logistical, financial, facility, information systems management, security management support, as well as provide emergency response management and anti-terrorism/force protection support for prescribed tenant commands.
Welcome to the Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools and Camp Johnson, home of the Montford Point Marines!
Formal school training is the primary mission of the Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools. Our formal schools provide Marine Corps Officers and Enlisted members training and instruction that leads to the assignment of a military occupational specialty (MOS). Our formal schools located at Camp Johnson include:
Financial Management School (FMS)
Logistics Operations School (LOS)
Personnel Administration School (PAS)
Ground Supply School (GSS)
In addition to the above MCCSSS formal schools, the following schools are located on Camp Johnson:
Field Medical Training Battalion (FMTB)
Train The Trainer School (T3S)
Marine Combat Water Survival Swimming School (MCWSSS)
Staff Non-Commissioned Officers Academy (SNCOA)
Permanent Personnel Reporting
Permanent personnel checking into Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools during normal working hours (0730-1630) should report to the Personnel Administrative Center (PAC) located in building M130. After normal working hours, report to the Area Officer of the Day (AOOD) in building M131. Personnel will be directed to check in at the PAC on the next business day.
******** Note, some billeting has changed due to the impact of hurricane Florence. Student Officers should make contact with their schools first.
Permanent Personnel Officers, SNCOs and married Marines (sergeants and below):
Temporary Lodging: There are five bachelor officer quarters located around the Camp Lejeune/NewRiver complex: Paradise Point, Camp Geiger, MCAS New River, Courthouse Bay and Camp Johnson. For information and pricing call (910) 451-2146 or 451-1385.
The Hospitality Inn is available as a home away from home for those new to the area. The Inn has 90 rooms with two double beds, kitchenette, TV, VCR, cable, laundry facilities on the premises and other nice amenities like irons and coffee pots. The Inn is open 24 hours a day. Sorry no pets allowed. The Inn is located on Holcomb Blvd., Bldg 896. For more information please call (910) 451- 3041.
Permanent Personnel (Privates through Sergeants):
The BEQ office is located in M457. Linens, maintenance issues, and light bulbs can be acquired at the company BEQ office.
The servicing airport for Camp Johnson is Albert J. Ellis Airport (OAJ), Jacksonville, NC
Transportation from airport is available via taxi.
During Normal Working Hours (M-F 0700-1700)
Entry Level Students will check in at MAT Platoon Bldg M-132
Career Level Students will report to the Bldg M79 to their respective school wearing the Service "A" uniform
After Normal Working Hours
Entry Level Students will check in with the MCCSSS CDO at Bldg -131.
Career Level Students will report to the SDNCO at Bldg M-447, (910) 450-0229.
Entry Level Students attending instruction at MCCSSS will be assigned government quarters during the duration of their course.
Career Level Students (TAD to attend instruction at MCCSSS)
Sergeants and below will be assigned government quarters during the duration of their course.
SNCOs should contact their Faculty Advisor prior to arrival.
Officers should contact their Faculty Advisor prior to arrival.
If there is no availability of billeting at the BOQ or BEQ aboard Camp Johnson or Camp Lejeune you must receive a “Statement of Non-Availability” or “Certified Non-Availability Number” from the installation lodging facility.
Entry Level Students will be issued a meal card and be required to mess at the chow hall aboard Camp Johnson.
Career Level /Officer Students: Messing is available at the chow hall aboard Camp Johnson.
Those students that receive a “Statement of Non-availability” or “Certified Non-availability Number” from the installation lodging facility are authorized to mess out in town and receive the Commercial/Locality Meal Rate (CMR).
The chow hall aboard Camp Johnson is located at Bldg M-455 and their hours are listed as such:
Funding for a rental car is the responsibility of the attendee's parent command.
Students TAD to MCCSSS must utilize their parent command to resolve issues related to the Defense Travel System (DTS).
Take exit 364 (Hwy 24 East) towards Kenansville
Follow Hwy 24 into Jacksonville to Camp Johnson, use the Montford Point exit.
Exit on Hwy 70 East in Selma, NC
In Kinston, NC take Hwy 258 East towards Jacksonville, NC
Hwy 258 will merge with Hwy 24 East which leads to Camp Johnson, use the Montford Point exit.
Follow to Jacksonville, NC where you will pick up at Hwy 24 East which leads to Camp Johnson, use the Montford Point exit.
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U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Amber Coleman, commanding officer of Logistics Operations School, right, cuts a birthday cake during a ceremony on Camp...
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Marshalee Clark, left, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, and Sgt. Maj. Nicholas Pascuzzi,...
U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Madelyne A. Marrone, the adjutant of Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, reads Gen. John A. Lejeune’s birthday...
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Marshalee Clarke, commanding officer of Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, turns on lights wrapped around a...
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