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Headquarters and Service Battalion

Headquarters Marine Corps

Henderson Hall
S-3 Operations Mission Statement
Support the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall ATFP Plan. Plan, schedule, and coordinate Marine Corps annual training and PME for Headquarters and Service Battalion Personnel. In conjunction with Director, Marine Corps Staff, arrange for support of special events requiring Marines.
Professional Military Education
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Semi-Annual Fitness Tests

PFT Schedule

 Will be updated in December 2018

CFT Schedule

July: Time 0700; Dates 13th and 27th

August: Time 0700; Dates 10th and 24th

September: Time 0700; Dates 14th and 28th

October: Time 0800; Dates 12th and 19th

November: Time 0800; Dates 2nd, 16th, and 30th

December: Time 0800; Dates 7th, 14th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, and 28th  




 



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Contact Information
Operations Officer
703-693-8343
Operations Chief
703-614-1471
Operations Section
703-614-1471
SACO
703-614-8932
Base Heat Index Flag Procedures
Green Flag(Green Flag):
Heavy exercises, for activities of unacclimatized personnel will be conducted with caution and under constant supervision.
 
Yellow Flag(Yellow Flag):
Strenuous exercises, such as marching at standard cadence, will be suspended for unacclimatized troops in their first 2 or 3 weeks.  Outdoor classes in the sun are to be avoided.
 
Red Flag(Red Flag):
All physical training will be halted for those troops who have not become thoroughly acclimatized by at least 12 weeks of living and working in the area.  Those troops who are thoroughly acclimatized may carry on limited activity not to exceed 6 hours per day.
 
Black Flag(Black Flag):
All strenuous non-essential outdoor physical activity will be halted for all units. Essential activities are defined as those activities associated with scheduled exercises or other major training evolutions where the disruption would cause undue burden on personnel or resources, be excessively expensive, or significantly reduce a unit's combat readiness. Essential outdoor physical activity will be conducted at a level that is commensurate with personnel acclimatization as determined by the unit's commanding officer in coordination with the unit's medical officer or medical personnel. All efforts should be made to reschedule activities during cooler periods of the day.