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    Auto Registration Service

    The Auto Registration Service is currently closed. If you were a customer of Ana’s Registration, and have not received your title, registration, or other services, please contact the MCCS Services Office at 619-725-6270. We will reach out to resolve the issue as soon as possible.



    UPDATE: 5 Jun 2020

     

    UPDATE: 29 May 2020

    The MCRD boat ramp is now open to those that work and/or live on the Depot or have a boat stored on the installation.

    Patrons may launch and recover watercraft and safely operate their vessel with members of the same household. The use of picnic areas, playground, and recreational facilities in the vicinity is still prohibited.

    UPDATE: 8 April 2020

    Face covering must be worn for entrance into and use of:
    - Barber Shop
    - Marine Corps Exchange
    - Marine Mart
    - Mess Halls

    Individuals are required to wear face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of social distance in public areas or duty and office locations.

    Marines, Sailors, and Civilian Employees will maintain a face covering on their person as PPE at all times.

    REF: MARADMIN 218/20

    UPDATE: 24 March 2020

    As part of the efforts to protect the health and welfare of the force, it is essential to support measures to reduce occupancy of various public spaces aboard Marine Corps Installations.  In furtherance of this goal, access to MCRDSD will be limited to permanent personnel (active duty, dependents, residents, and those entering for employment purposes only) until such time as health conditions permit wider use by visiting service members and the public.  We regret any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciate your support as we work to balance our critical military training mission with our obligations to ensure the safety of all who transit through this installation.

    Revised COVID-19 MCCS Reduced Hours of Operation, effective 20 April 2020


    Family Day and Graduation Update

    April 27, 2020 8:36pm

    MCRD San Diego continues to employ force health protection actions and safeguarding essential personnel to ensure we can accomplish our missions. This includes closing access to the installation for non-essential personnel and families to safeguard the health of recruits and training personnel. Public recruit graduation week events have been modified until the risk of COVID-19 has decreased nationally. Confirmed and high-risk potential patients of COVID-19 are currently in quarantine, and we are closely following all guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Nonessential personnel have been granted the authority to telework to ensure our mission of “Making Marines” can continue. As recruits arrive to the depot in the future, they will enter a staging period of 14 days during which they will be medically screened, monitored and provided classes to prepare and orient them to begin recruit training. All of this will occur before they step onto our iconic yellow footprints and make that memorable move toward earning the title Marine. Current planning and execution remain fluid as the situation continues to evolve.

    The health and well-being of recruits, recruiting and training personnel, and their families remain our primary concern. We are keeping our personnel well informed regarding protective actions to minimize transmission, and the state-of-the art Navy medical testing capabilities are being used. Your recruits remain our top priority, and they are in good hands.

    The Department of Defense has extended the travel ban until 30 June. This restriction will be reviewed every 15 days by DoD personnel.
    Graduations will remain closed to the public until further notice. If you are holding onto a reservation or making travel arrangements with a future graduation in mind based on the initial travel ban, please understand that until there is a change in policy the public will not be allowed to attend. New Marines will continue to ship directly to the School of Infantry/Marine Combat Training after graduation.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate the pandemic together. When a change is made to base access allowances, graduations, or leave for new Marines, it will be shared officially on this page and the depot website.

    We must all understand the importance of protecting the force and, as a Marine Corps, continue to be the “most ready when the nation is the least ready.”

    Please be aware of the following:
    - Graduation Events remain closed to the public.
    - Graduating Marines will go directly to School of Infantry without leave.
    - Graduation photos and video will be posted on this FB page at: https://www.facebook.com/mcrdsd/.

    For the most current information on COVID-19 visit the following websites:
    Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - https://www.coronavirus.gov 
    What the U.S. Government is Doing - https://www.usa.gov/coronavirus
    CDC.GOV https://cdc.gov/coronavirus

    Follow Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and monitor https://www.mcrdsd.marines.mil/ for official information.


    MCX Renovation Project

    March - July 2020

    Pardon our mess as we make renovations to the Marine Corps Exchange (Bldg 11)

    *Dates subject to change.”


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