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Camp Lejeune MCB_2019 Our Military Arrival


Cellphone use by the driver of a moving motor vehicle is prohibited on all Department of Defense installations, unless the cellphone is used with a hands-free device.

To MCB Camp Lejeune from Albert J. Ellis Airport

If you drive from the airport, head northeast on Albert J. Ellis Airport Road toward NC-111. Turn right onto NC-111S and follow it until you reach NC-24E/U.S. Highway 258 South. Continue onto NC-24E/U.S. Highway 17 North. From NC-24E, use the right two lanes to take the exit toward Camp Lejeune.

To MCAS New River from Albert J. Ellis Airport

Head northeast on Albert J. Ellis Airport Road toward NC-111. Turn right onto NC-11S and follow it until you reach NC-24E/U.S. Highway 258 South. Merge onto US-17 BUS S/Wilmington Highway. Turn left onto Curtis Road for the MCAS New River Main Gate.


MCB Camp Lejeune

Joseph “Randy” Reichler Reception Center
Bldg. 59/60
Molly Pitcher Road 8609/8628
After hours, JRRRC Duty 910-451-2123

All personnel reporting to Camp Lejeune must report to the Joseph “Randy” Reichler Reception Center (JRRRC). The Inbound Section of the Installation Personnel Administration Center will endorse the Marine’s orders and from there the Marine will be directed to the New Joins Section of the IPAC in JRRRC. Make sure you bring your orders and report in the service “A” uniform. Sailors reporting for duty during working hours must report in dress whites or dress blues, depending on the season. All service members must have their original orders, SRB/OQR, health and dental records, and a valid active-duty ID card. Single or unaccompanied service members will receive billeting assignments in the squad bay.

Personnel who arrive on the weekend or a holiday should have original orders endorsed by the duty officer in Bldg. 59/60, 910-451-2123.

The JRRRC is a one-stop in/out process with 15 agencies that serves active/reserve duty military and their families as well as Civil Service and NAF employees and civilian contractors. For more information and a directory, go to

MCAS New River

Installation Personnel Administration Center
Bldg. AS-201 910-449-7268

All Permanent Personnel Marines reporting into MCAS New River will first check in with the IPAC Inbound Branch (Bldg. AS120) where they will receive a reporting endorsement/stamp. Marines who report after normal working hours will check-in with and be issued a reporting endorsement/stamp from the MCAS Command Duty Officer (Bldg. AS211, 1st Deck) then be required to check in with the IPAC Inbound Branch no later than 0800 the following business day. The uniform for check in at IPAC is the uniform of the day.

The Service “A” uniform is required when checking in with the CDO and at the gaining command. It is both the individual and command’s responsibility to ensure that all Marines ordered to report to MCAS New River physically check into IPAC/Station CDO no later than the date and time specified on their PCS orders, and prior to reporting to their work centers. It is the Marine’s responsibility to ensure that the IPAC audit clerk receives all original PCS orders, endorsements, and travel receipts to conduct a proper audit. Travel claims cannot be submitted without required documents.

Other service personal and civilians assigned to MCAS New River do not report to IPAC. The respective S1 will join them into MCTFS via MOL.

The Inbound Branch will process requests for advance pay and Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) Own Right (Staff Sergeant’s only), and BAH rates at locations other than Permanent Duty Station (PDS) for qualifying newly joined.

The DMR deduction will be started for all who are not authorized to mess separately. If not indicated on a command approval letter signed by the respective unit’s Commanding Officer the DMR deduction will be started regardless of MOS/billet until a NAVMC 10522 is received from the gaining command. Ensure NAVMC 10522’s are signed respectively in accordance MCO 10110.47.

For further questions call IPAC at (910) 449-7835/7724 or contact the respective Command Duty Office listed below:

Marine Air Group-26
(MAG-26) – Bldg. AS-217 (910) 449-6126

Marine Air Group-29
(MAG-29) – Bldg. AS-4122 (910) 449-6345

Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
(CNATT) – Contact the Duty at (910) 449-6725/(910) 376-1034

MCAS New River Air Station
(HQ) Bldg AS-211 (910) 449-5411


Inns of the Corps, Lejeune
Holcomb Boulevard 910-451-3041

The award-winning Inns of the Corps, Lejeune, is approximately 4 miles from the main gate on Holcomb Boulevard, just minutes away from numerous eateries, the Main Exchange, MCX Food Court, commissary, and several banks and ATMs. In 2013, the addition of a three-story building consisting of 50 rooms with queen and king suites, 42-inch flat-screen televisions and more was completed. Extensive renovations have recently been finished on the remaining 90 rooms. Room types include standard double, executive double, king ADA-accessible, suite and family suite. Nicely appointed pet-friendly rooms are also available. All rooms offer a microwave and refrigerator; the new suites have full kitchens. Visitors in all rooms have access to a free hot breakfast buffet, a playground, a courtyard, a dog park, guest laundry and complimentary Wi-Fi. PCS reservations may be made one year in advance. TAD and TDY reservations may be made 90 days in advance. Leisure travel reservations may be made 60 days prior to arrival date. Eligible patrons include active duty, retirees, dependents and DOD employees. Reservations are strongly recommended due to very high demand.

Check the website for current room rates and more information.

MCAS New River Transient Housing
Bldg. AS 705, Flounder Road 910-449-5024

The transient housing facilities operated by the Billeting Fund provide professionally managed, affordable lodging and hospitality services to personnel on temporary duty, to personnel and families executing permanent change of station orders and to other authorized patrons. Advance reservations for TAD/TDY travelers can be made up to 30 days in advance. Space-available reservations for all authorized patrons can be made up to seven days in advance.

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