Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

 

Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

Cherry Point, North Carolina
 MCAS Cherry Point Wastewater Report

The North Carolina Clean Water Act of 1999 requires owners of a wastewater treatment works to make a System Annual Performance Report available to their customers upon request.

An annual performance report for CY2014 has been prepared and may be obtained free of charge by contacting Timothy Lawrence of the MCAS Cherry Point Environmental Affairs Department at 466-2754.                        

 

 News
Action requested: Cherry Point personnel update personal information for mass notifications

By Cpl. Grace L. Waladkewics | September 1, 2015

Massnotification systems are a way to distribute announcements and informationwithin minutes from a MORE
Bogue bids farewell to Prowlers

By Lance Cpl. Jason Jimenez | August 27, 2015

With no fanfare other than the fading rumble of its twin turbojet engines, the last EA-6B Prowler scheduled to fly at Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field Bogue disappeared into the afternoon haze August 21, 2015, after practicing its final landings on the airfield’s expeditionary style runway. MORE
MWSS-271 Airbase Ground Defense at Bogue

By Lance Cpl. Jason Jimenez | August 25, 2015

After an identity check at the front gate of Auxiliary Landing Field Bogue, rolling past the barriers, the message is apparent: Marine Wing Support Squadron 271 is watching and everybody knows you are here. MORE
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MCAS Cherry Point VPP Statement
 MCAS Cherry Point Command

Sergeant Major
Benjamin Pangborn

Sergeant Major
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Lieutenant Colonel
Travis L. Powers

Executive Officer
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Colonel
Chris Pappas III

Commanding Officer
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MCAS Cherry Point Base Guide

 

Mission Assurance Guide

Welcome
Guide

2014
Economic Impact

2014
  Strategic Plan 

2014
Water Quality
Report

2015
Destructive
Weather
Brochure

 2015
Emergency
MASS  Notification
Procedures
Emergency Preparedness
Guide 

Report
Suspicious
Activity


ORDER PROHIBITS USE OF CATFISH LAKE ROAD
An unpaved road frequently used by Eastern North Carolina Marines and Sailors is now effectively prohibited for use by military personnel, according to a new order.

The II Marine Expeditionary Force and Marine Corps Installations East joint order, 5100.3 was signed into policy March 19, 2010. The Order is punitive in nature, and service members found in violation are punishable under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

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OFF-LIMITS ESTABLISHMENTS
An "off-limits" area / establishment is defined as any vehicle, conveyance, place, structure, building, or area prohibited to military personnel to use, ride, visit, or enter during the period in which it may be declared off-limits. As a matter of policy, the change of ownership, management or name of any off-limits establishment does not, in and of itself, revoke the off-limits restrictions.

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 MCAS CHERRY POINT
 AICUZ
  Sediment Study   AICUZ Part 1      
  Courts-Martial Results   AICUZ Part 2      
    Oak Grove AICUZ

 

   

 

   

   

 

 Contact Us

Commanding Officer
Postal Service Center Box 8003
Marine Corps AIr Station
Cherry Point, NC 28533-0003

 Base Information  (252) 466-2811
 Military Personnel Locator  (252) 466-2811
 Civilian Personnel Locator  (252) 466-2109
 Facilities Maintenance
 Emergency Line:
 (252) 466-4363
 (252) 466-4364
 Transient Officer Quarters
 (TOQ)
 (252) 466-5169 / 3359
 Transient Enlisted Quarters
 (TEQ)
 (252) 466-3060
   
 Command Duty Officer  (252) 466-5236

  The DSN Prefix for MCAS Cherry Point is '582'

 

 Units:

 VMR-1  H&HS CLC-21

 

FY15 CNATT Training Schedule

Class Sign-up Sheet

SAAR-N

Network Addendum

 Tennant Commands:
 

2nd Marine Aircraft Wing

 

Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point

 

FRC-East


Range Notification Hotline: 252-466-0051

            

CHPT Range Complex Notification:           
             

Navy Special Boat Teams will operate in and around Cherry Point waterways and will conduct live-fire training at Bombing Targets 9 and 11 in the Pamlico Sound during June 1-5.

Parachute operations will be conducted into Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field Bogue (Bogue Field) June 2-4.  

Ground forces will be inserted by helicopter for training at Outlying Landing Field Atlantic (Atlantic Field) and Bogue Field June 15-23.  Down East residents can expect an increase in military vehicle traffic during this period.