MCB Hawaii Community

Sponsors

Hawaii Marine Sponsors

 

The key to a successful transition is your sponsor. Commands are required to provide you with a sponsor in order to ease your transition during your move.

Your sponsor at your new duty station can assist you in many ways, such as helping arrange your Temporary Lodging Allowance, providing transportation from the airport to temporary quarters, helping make pet quarantine arrangements, showing you around the base and giving you general information about the community and on-base facilities well in advance of your move.

Your sponsor has probably lived here for a while and can assist you in finding the best places to live, schools, education, recreation and very important information if you are bringing a pet, which can be very costly if you do not follow procedures carefully. For more information on these subjects, see the other sections in this book.

Ensure you contact your sponsor as soon as possible before leaving for Hawaii. If you haven’t heard from your sponsor or don’t have one, contact your unit.

Installation Personnel Administration Center

Building 1043

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 7:30 to 11 a.m. Thursday; closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

Telephone 808-257-8566

Marine Aircraft Group 24

Building 301

Telephone

(Working hours) 808-257-2012/3222

DSN 457-2012

(After working hours) 808-590-6961

DSN 457-1416

Combat Logistics Battalion 3, S-1

Building 1086

Telephone

(Working hours) S1: 808-257-1600

(After working hours)

Officer of the Day (OOD): 808-257-1600

3rd Radio Battalion

Building 4034

Telephone

(Working hours) 808-257-0950

DSN 457-1799

(After working hours)

Officer of the Day (OOD): 808-257-2949

DSN 457-2949

3rd Marine Regiment

Building 1033

Telephone

(Working hours) 808-257-2017

(After working hours) 808-257-2778

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Headquarters and Service Battalion S-1

Building 1

Telephone

(Working hours) 808-477-8365

(After working hours) 808-477-5806

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