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Distribution Management Office

Distribution Management Office

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 The Distribution Management Office offers a full complement of traffic management services to base, tenant and transient units and personnel.

The Personal Property Shipping Office, in Building 2263, is responsible for all DOD personal property shipments into and out of northern San Diego County. To inquire about inbound shipments, call 760-725-3519. Outbound shipment counseling is performed at 8 a.m. Monday through Friday on a walk-in basis.

For information, call 760-725-8164. If your shipment suffers loss or damage, contact the Claims Section at 760-725-8844.

The Personal Effects and Baggage Center is responsible for coordinating storage of personal effects and vehicles for deploying units, processing personal effects for personnel absent from their commands and receiving lost baggage from the San Diego Airport. For more information, call 760-725-3519/3093.

The Passenger Travel branch is responsible for procuring commercial travel for Camp Pendleton-based units. In addition, it coordinates no-fee passports for personnel on official orders and port calls for personnel traveling to overseas areas. Offices are in buildings 2263 and 520420. Call 760-725-8635/8637 for assistance.

The Freight branch, in Building 2262, is responsible for shipment and receipt of all freight aboard Camp Pendleton. Outbound and inbound shipment coordination can be made by calling 760-725-3873. The Yard Operations section is at Lot 2255 and is responsible for the loading and unloading of all heavy lift items aboard base. They have three portable ramps, 35- and 140-ton cranes, and a 36-ton forklift at their disposal. Use of the base scale is coordinated through Yard Operations at 760-725-3119.

Rail operations are conducted through Lemon Grove and Fallbrook Junction. Use of these areas must be conducted through the Traffic Manager at 760-725-3092.

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