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Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools

Camp Johnson, NC

MISSION
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.
UNIT LEADERS

Colonel James L. Shelton Jr.
Commanding Officer, MCCSSS
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Sergeant Major Sean Eric Spatar
Sergeant Major, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools
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Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools
Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools
Feb. 27, 2017 | 2:30
A brief overview documentary of the history and modern day training that takes place at Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools aboard Camp Johnson, N.C. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. James R. Skelton)
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"I am just R3ing you." Engaged leadership at all levels as well as peer to peer accountability forms the foundation of our success. This program is designed to have Marines, sailors and civilians within the command recognize a minor discrepancy that when corrected may avoid subsequent or more serious discrepancies.