Updated Status for H&S BN, HQMC, Henderson Hall, 7 December 2020
On 2 July 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 ID Card Center will be open from 0900 to 1700 daily and will only have ONE terminal operable.
Marine Corps published MARADMIN 731/20 waiving the CY2020 CFT requirement effective immediately. Below is brief summary of the MARADMIN.
As of 4 December all future CFTs are canceled.
- Marines that have not completed a CFT will not be allowed to complete a CFT. These Marines will receive ‘Code 9’ in MCTIMS
- Marines that have completed a CFT will retain their score.
- Marines that failed a CFT in CY2020 are REQUIRED to RETAKE the CFT to attain a passing score
- Exceptions To Policy:
- Command screening checklist prior to attending specified schools, courses, and type one and type two screenable billets;
- Formal Schools and recruit training,
- Marines submitting for reenlistment who have not conducted the CFT in 2020 and have a code “4” or code “5” for the CFT in MCTMS for CY 2019
What hasn’t changed is the requirement to conduct semi-annual height and weights. The BCP/MAP programs remain active with no modification or changes to current procedures.
The S-3 will focus our efforts certifying all scores for Marines that have completed the CFT. After reconciling any discrepancies, we will transition to run CODE-9 entries for all other Marines. Marines that have medical conditions warranting a medical waiver will receive a Code-5 vice a Code-9. Estimate completion of all data entry NLT 23 Dec.
If you have any questions or concerns contact the S3 for clarification.
CONSOLIDATED ADMINISTRATION (CONAD)
CONAD 016-20 LIMITED CONTACT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
Audience: Headquarters and Service Battalion, Headquarters Marine Corps, Henderson Hall (RUC 54008)
Summary: 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. CONAD will be operated with minimal staffing and adjusted hours of 0730 to 1200 daily in order to coordinate all work with the individual’s teleworking.
Listed below are the steps to access the MOL EPAR system:
· Log into MOL https://mol.tfs.usmc.mil
· Locate and select “Home” Tab
· Locate and select “MyEPAR” Tab
Assistance: For questions or concerns, please contact the CONAD at (703) 614-7171.
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