Updated Status for H&S BN, HQMC, Henderson Hall, 12 April 2021
FACE MASK REMINDER: Effective immediately, in accordance with the Secretary of Defense guidance, all individuals on JBM-HH will wear face masks at all times –– other than in an individual’s home or in a vehicle with immediate family members – in accordance with the most current CDC guidelines. Individuals must wear face masks continuously while on JBM-HH, to include while walking on base, except:
(1) when an individual is alone in an office with floor-to-ceiling walls with a closed door;
(2) for brief periods of time when eating and drinking while maintaining distancing in accordance with CDC guidelines and instructions from commanders and supervisors;
(3) when the mask is required to be lowered briefly for identification or security purposes;
(4) when necessary to reasonably accommodate an individual with a disability
On 10 November Commanding Officer Colonel Wiser has issued a new Leave & Liberty Policy Memorandum effective immediately:
Modified Supplemental Guidance for Leave and Liberty during Conditioned Based Travel Restrictions
ID Card Center
The Henderson Hall ID Card Center is now located on the 3rd floor of the Marine Corps Exchange. The ID card center has new hours of 0900 to 1700 with the last customer being called in at 1630, by appointment only. In order to maintain appropriate safety measures there will be only two customers allowed in the office at one time.
Beginning March 1, 2021, the CAC/DEERS office will be reverting back to operating 2 terminals simultaneously and will be OPEN during lunch.
S-3 OPERATIONS/ TRAINING
The CY 2021 semi-annual PFT requirement remains in effect. Marines are able to conduct the PFT per the TECOM Human Performance Division at https://www.fitness.marines.mil/.
Henderson Hall S-3 will host a PFT on the following dates:
April 9, 23 (at 0800)
May 7, 14, 21 (at 0800)
June 11, 18, 22-25 (at 0700)
Meet at the Smith Gym pull-up bars.
CONSOLIDATED ADMINISTRATION (CONAD)
In accordance with Secretary of Defense guidance and effort to reduce the risk of exposure and community spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, the Consolidated Administration Center (CONAD) will be limiting close contact with supported personnel and conducting the majority of administrative tasks via Marine Online (MOL) Electronic Personnel Administrative Requests (EPAR). All members requiring routine support will be directed to utilize this online system to process their requests. Members reporting for duty on PCS or PCA orders and members issued PCS or PCA orders that require signatures to accept are still permitted and required to physically report to CONAD as these actions need to be completed in person with an administrative specialist. Beginning February 16, 2021, the Consolidated Administration Center (CONAD) will be transitioning to adjusted hours by opening at 0730, with the last customer being serviced at 1600, Monday through Wednesday, and Friday. Thursday, the CONAD will be open from 0730-1200.
CONUS COLA CHANGE
On January 1, 2021 NCR Members COLA changes to their payments. CONUS COLA monthly payments range from $32 to $60 month for members with dependents and $22 to $46 monthly for those without dependents. Washington, DC (us) and Warren, VA fall under this change so do not be surprised by this change in your direct deposits. Please Check out DoD's CONUS COLA calculator for details.
REITERATION OF PTAD FOR RESERVE MARINES
This advisory is to reiterate the policy concerning permissive temporary additional duty (PTAD) for the Reserve component. Per the leave and liberty manual, Reserve Marines who have been mobilized on active duty orders DO NOT rate any type of PTAD. Active Duty and Active Reserve component Marines are the only Marines entitled to PTAD.
Assistance: For questions or concerns, please contact the CONAD at (703) 614-7171 or the Customer Service/Pay section SNCO, GySgt Kelly at email@example.com.
DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT OFFICE
Negative COVID-19 Test Results Required Within 72 Hours of Departure Date for International Flights
Marines must have COVID-19 negative test results in hand prior to arriving at Aerial Port of Embarkation (APOE’s) such as Seattle International Airport (SEA) and Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) when traveling on AMC Patriot Express flights. Passengers may be denied travel without negative test results in hand. There is testing available on-site as a last resort, but it is limited, so again there is a chance some travelers may be denied travel if everyone isn’t tested by the flight close-out time.
During the Tuesday, 23 February Joint Staff J4 COVID-19 teleconference, Air Mobility Command Headquarters briefed that the Services must do a better job of getting the word out to travelers advising them to have a copy of the COVID-19 negative test results in hand. The percentage of personnel with COVID-19 negative test results within 72 hours of the departure date for international flights departing from CONUS APOEs should be over 80%. For the past two weeks, it averaged just 49%. Therefore, the APOEs had to test over 1,200 personnel because they did not have test results and the APOEs cannot afford to keep up that tempo with the amount of test kits they have on hand.
All travelers and their dependents heading to Baltimore or Seattle APOEs must have those test results with them as a hard copy only and they must keep that copy on them until they arrive at their OCONUS destination.
If you have any questions, please contact 703-614-7191, HNHL_DMO@usmc.mil.
For base wide information, please view the link below.
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Notifications
MCCS Closures, Modified Hours of Operations and Event updates
For accurate and the newest information about COVID-19, please visit:
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
What the U.S. Government is Doing?
Virginia Department of Health COVID-19