MCAS New-River
Jacksonville, NC 28540, USA


Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide



Welcome aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River. Whether you are a newly assigned Marine or Sailor or just visiting the Air Station, we hope you find your assignment rewarding and career enhancing. Approximately 7,000 Marines, Sailors, Airmen and 1,000 civilian employees work on a daily basis to meet the


THE MISSION OF MCAS NEW RIVER We provide the highest quality aviation facilities and most efficient support and services, promoting readiness, sustainment and quality of life for Marines, Sailors, family members, civilian personnel and others associated with MCAS New River. We are Mission Oriented We recognize mission accomplishment is rooted

Station History

Tucked in amid the tall pines of eastern North Carolina, just minutes away from the white sandy beaches of the Atlantic Coast, Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., has had a tremendous impact on the surrounding community and has played a major role in Marine Corps aviation since it

New Arrivals

All personnel reporting to MCAS New River during normal working hours must check in with their respective headquarters squadrons in the Service A uniform. After normal working hours, personnel must report to the squadron’s duty office in appropriate civilian attire. Marines checking into MAG-26 and MAG-29 must report i


Marine Corps Air Station New River is a community, with all the Marines, Sailors and civilians pitching in to support the mission. It is the Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron that provides the bulk of this support. The major thrust of this support is focused on the two Marine Aircraft


Marine Corps Community Services enriches the Marine Corps Air Station New River community by providing goods and services to benefit service members, civilian employees, retirees and family members — we all make up the community of MCCS patrons.   MCCS is staffed with community members, each contributing their personal

Station Services

In the Marine Corps, “family” means every person who impacts a Marine. From parents to spouses to fellow service members, a Marine’s support network is their family. The Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program was created to provide Marines and their families the tools to successfully meet the challenge

Local Area

Holly Ridge, on U.S. Highway 17, is the last town you pass through before leaving Onslow County. When the town was incorporated in 1941, the population was a scant 28. Today, the population is about 1,180. During the 1940s, thousands of Army and Navy troops lived at Camp Davis,
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