Beaufort, SC 29906, USA


Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide



Welcome The mission of Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island is to make Marines. We make Marines by recruiting quality young men and women and transforming them through the foundations of rigorous basic training, our shared legacy and a commitment to our core values, preparing them to win our

Information to Assist You

Parris Island All personnel transferring to Parris Island for duty will report to the administration section of the battalion indicated on their permanent change of station (PCS) orders. All check-ins are required to report in the Service Alpha uniform. After working hours, check-ins will report to the battalion’s duty


If you desire privatized base housing you must complete an application with the military housing office. Your Application for Military Housing, DD Form 1746, should be completed prior to leaving your present duty station. Once completed, forward the application, a Dependency Application NAVMC 10922/DD Form 1751, a copy of

Services and Facilities

The chaplains of Tri-Command extend an invitation for you to participate in the religious services and activities provided for you and your family. In addition to Protestant and Catholic services, other denominational services are provided when possible. Our schedule for worship services is: Parris Island Permanent Personnel Worship Catholic


Parris Island has a long history of colonization. Many attempts were made at permanent settlement between 1526 and 1722. The first successful attempt was made by the French in 1562, followed by the Spanish and finally the British. After the Revolutionary War, Parris Island plantations began to grow cotto

Our Neighbors

Welcome Beaufort is a city of traditional, gracious beauty and character. Striking pre-Revolutionary War and Civil War mansions are found in the city, and broad rivers and placid and productive marshes teeming with life roll down to the great sounds. It is a city of antiquity and pride, where

Hurricane Advisory

HURRICANE INFORMATION HOTLINE MCRD/MCAS 800-343-0639 NHB 888-321-0742 Beaufort County 800-963-5023, opt. 7 HURRICANE HISTORY Hurricane season for the Atlantic Coast begins June 1 and continues through Nov. 30. Beaufort has been fortunate and missed the brunt of several severe storms in the past few years. However, the danger of a
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