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Office of the Chaplain of the Marine Corps

The Chaplain Corps of the United States Navy consists of ordained clergy who are commissioned naval officers. Their principal purpose is to "promote the spiritual, religious, moral, and personal well-being of the members of the Department of the Navy," which includes the Navy and the United States Marine Corps.

About the Office of the Chaplain
The Deputy Chief of Chaplains serves as Chaplain of the Marine Corps, "advising the CMC on religious ministry matters in reference to support, personnel, plans, programs, policies, and facilities within the USMC. Additionally, in the concurrent role of Navy Deputy Chief of Chaplains, the person holding this position is "Deputy Director of Religious Ministries," serving as the "principal assistant to the Chief of Chaplains."

At this time, the Office of the Chaplain of the Marine Corps employs only active duty Marines.



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Contact Information
Office of the Chaplain
Headquarters Marine Corps
Henderson Hall
Building 29, 1st Floor
1555 Southgate Road
Arlington, VA 22214

Phone: (703) 693-4732