Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

 

Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

Cherry Point, North Carolina

 Tropical Storm Condition Updates


Effective noon on 20 Sep 2018, MCAS Cherry Point has sounded the ALL CLEAR. MCAS Cherry Point currently remains in Tropical Cyclone Condition IR-R.   

     

Tropical Cyclone Condition UPDATE

 

Effective noon on 20 Sep 2018, MCAS Cherry Point has sounded the ALL CLEAR. The Cherry Point Main gate and Slocum gate are open according to their normal operating schedules and all authorized personnel may enter the air station. The Cunningham gate is scheduled to open for normal ops on Monday, 24 Sep, and the Arthur Edwards gate will remain closed until further notice. The Bogue Field gate has returned to normal ops.  MCAS Cherry Point currently remains in Tropical Cyclone Condition IR-R.

 

WORK RETURN SCHEDULE

 


Due to current conditions and air station recovery status, the air station expects to be fully operational by Monday, 24 Sep.  ESSENTIAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES AND MILITARY PERSONNEL MAY BE RECALLED TO WORK OVER THE COMING DAYS ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS FROM THEIR SUPERVISORS. The 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, FRC-East, Naval Health Clinic and other tenant organizations are working according to their own schedules, so all personnel (MCAS Cherry Point included) should continue to work through their established chains of command for reporting instructions.
For those who weathered the storm away from the air station, heed recommendations and instructions from your chain of command regarding your return. Individual leaders should continue to conduct solid accountability procedures and exercise sound judgement when directing the return of personnel.

 

Services on the air station remain limited, but are increasing every day. Follow the Cherry Point and MCCS Facebook pages for updates.  The Cherry Point Mess Hall has resumed its normal daily schedule.  Until further notice, all active duty personnel, military retirees, dependents, civilian employees and contracted recovery personnel are authorized to dine at the facility.  Normal meal rates will be charged for all non-meal card holders at the standard rates (below).
Monday - Friday
 Meal Price Hours
 Breakfast 0600-0800 $3.45
 Lunch 1100-1315 $5.60
 Dinner 1600-1845 $4.85
 
Weekends
 Meal Price Hours
 Breakfast 0830-1100 $6.25
 Dinner 1600-1730 $7.65
Updates will be recorded on the Cherry Point Information Line at 466-3093.
FRC East employees should call 464-8333 for more information. 
DLA Employees should call 466-4083. 
Naval Health Clinic personnel should call 466-1188.
MCCS employees should call 466-6737.

 


  Thanks to the real-time availability of information on Facebook, please go to https://www.facebook.com/MCASCherryPoint/ for the latest openings on and off of the air station.  Most on-station notices will be shared by MCCS Cherry Point, while we are receiving off-base updates from the community. (Keep in mind that any of these notices may change at some point after they are posted.)  

 


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City of Havelock has established a curfew between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m.

 


Updates will be recorded on the Cherry Point Information Line at 466-3093.
FRC East employees should call 464-8333 for more information.
DLA Employees should call 466-4083.
Naval Health Clinic personnel should call 466-1188.
MCCS employees should call 466-6737.

 


NMCRS is currently providing interest free disaster relief loans to evacuate for Hurricane Florence. The aid provided is for food, gas, temporary lodging, insurance deductibles, home repairs, and transportation. See them if you need an interest-free loan. Bring your military ID in order to receive aid. They are also assisting spouses at this time (spouse must know service member's SSN in order to receive aid, service member does not need to be present). Having a balance does not disqualify you from assistance.

 


 

 

The Cherry Point Mess Hall has resumed its normal daily schedule.  Until further notice, all active duty personnel, military retirees, dependents, civilian employees and contracted recovery personnel are authorized to dine at the facility.  Normal meal rates will be charged for all non-meal card holders at the standard rates (below).

 

Monday - Friday
 Meal Price Hours
 Breakfast 0600-0800 $3.45
 Lunch 1100-1315 $5.60
 Dinner 1600-1845 $4.85
 
Weekends
 Meal Price Hours
 Breakfast 0830-1100 $6.25
 Dinner 1600-1730 $7.65

 

 

Windsock

Trump surveys North Carolina in wake of Hurricane Florence By Sgt. Jason Jimenez | September 20, 2018
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H&HS fundraises for the Birthday Ball with second annual Barracks Bash By Lance Cpl. Andrew King | August 28, 2018
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 MCAS Cherry Point Command
Commanding Officer Executive Officer Sergeant Major

 Col Todd Ferry

 

SgtMaj Paul McElearney

 Colonel
  
Todd Ferry
 
View Bio >>

 Lieutenant Colonel
  
Patrick Lindstrom
 

 Sergeant Major
Paul McElearney

View Bio >>

 

Latest Announcements

Military training operations Down East for August 2018
  

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CHERRY POINT, N.C. (Aug. 10, 2018) - U.S. Army helicopters will conduct air-to-ground gun training at Cherry Point Bombing Target 11, located in the southwestern Pamlico Sound, between 10 and 11 p.m. today.

A U.S. Army boat unit will conduct surface direct live-fire training at Bombing Target 9, in the southern Pamlico Sound, from noon to 4 p.m. August 11.

U.S. Navy special boat teams are operating in and around Cherry Point waterways conducting navigation training, and conducting surface direct live fire training at Bombing Targets 9 and 11 through August 24, excluding weekends.  Operations will be conducted as late as midnight on August 24. Expect increased military boat traffic in Hancock Creek and Neuse River during this period.

Boaters should remain clear of the restricted areas surrounding Bombing Targets 9 and 11 in the southern Pamlico Sound.  This is also a reminder to boaters and hunters that BT-11, commonly known as Piney Island, is a U.S. Government restricted area.  Trespassers risk serious injury or death, as well as prosecution for trespassing.

  
 BT-2 Cleanup Fact Sheet 
 

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.

Read the Order >>

 
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.

Click Here For List of OFF-LIMITS ESTABLISHMENTS

 

 Marine Corps Outlying Landing Field Atlantic Water Study


Information about the Marine Corps Outlying Landing Field Atlantic Drinking Water Study is available at this link and here. You may also request information via email at NavyAtlanticWater@usmc.mil or by calling 1-877-626-5317.

 

 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 CY2016 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.  

 

 Claims against the Marine Corps


Instructions for how to properly file a claim against the Marine Corps for damages resulting from instances such as: vehicle accidents involving government vehicles, shipment of household goods during PCS moves, damage from destructive weather, or negligence of a federal employee can be found at the MCI-East Claims website at: Legal Services Support Section - East

Federal employees are barred from providing assistance in preparing and filing the claim, but this link also provides links to the Torts Claim Unit in Norfolk where the claims are adjudicated, and they may be able to provide additional information.

 

 

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 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   (252) 466-4363
 Emergency Line:
 (252) 466-4364
 Transient Officer
 Quarters (TOQ)
 (252) 466-5169 / 3359
 Transient Enlisted
 Quarters
(TEQ)
 (252) 466-3060
 Noise Complaint Hotline  (252) 466-1092
 Command Duty Officer  (252) 466-5236

The DSN Prefix at MCAS Cherry Point
for "466-XXXX" is '582' 
and for "720-XXXX" the DSN is "590"

Range Notification: (252) 466-0051


Website Updates: (252) 466-6204

 

 Units

     
 VMR-1  H&HS  CLC-21

     FY18 CNATT Training Schedule
   SAAR-N
   Network Addendum


 Tennant Commands:
  
    2nd Marine Aircraft Wing

    Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point

    FRC-East

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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