Marine Corps Detachment Fort Leonard Wood will provide properly trained personnel, adequate resources, and administrative support to ensure that Engineer Equipment Operates, Maintainers and Technicians; Military Police and Corrections Officers; Motor Transport Operators; CBRN Specials; and Non-Lethal Weapons Instructors are trained to standard while continuing the Transformation process.
New joins must bring the following upon reporting: Detaching endorsement, web orders, flight itineraries, and zero balance itemized receipts if claiming temporary lodging expenses near the old or new PDS. The Marine must also bring that paperwork if coming from overseas and had a vehicle stored in a VPC. If you are reporting in during working hours (0730-1630), you must check in wearing service alphas to Marine Corps Detachment, 14813 Leatherneck Drive, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473, S-1 [POC: (573) 337-9853]. If you report in after working hours, you will check in with the duty to building 1772 on Michigan Avenue (POC: 573-337-9628). All Marines will be required to check into LPT BLDG 1772 at all hours with the following: Reporting orders and wearing Service Alphas.
Marines must bring the following: marriage certificate, spouse’s social security card, spouse’s birth certificate, and spouse’s identification card. When the Marines come to the S-1, a full OMPF audit is conducted to ensure the Marine receives the correct entitlements, such as Basic Allowance for Housing.
Marines must submit through an EPAR via MOL their official transcripts, school certificates, and awards (Cert Com and below) to reflect in their record and OMPF.
Marine Corps Detachment
14813 Leatherneck Drive
Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Guide for Fort Leonard Wood Access Click Here
24/7 Fort Leonard Wood Visitor Center
316 Missouri Ave
Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Pass/Visitor Request (573)-596-0356/0590
**Minors do not need ID**
Command Duty Officer (CDO)
COM: (573)337-9628 or (573)596-0131
S-1 Customer Service
Unit Readiness Coordinator
Sexual Assault Responder Coordinator (SARC)
COM: (573)-596-0186 or (573)-337-9632
DOD Safe Helpline
Email: Click here
GySgt Robert Votta shows training materials to the CMC at MPIC
CMC is given a tour of the training environment at MPIC
CMC arrives at the MARDET FLW simulation lab
CMC arrives at Fort Leonard Wood
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