Provide communication support to Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group (MHG) or to a designated Joint Task Force (JTF) command element when directed. Additionally, to provide Ground Mobile Forces Satellite support to Force Headquarters Group in the conduct of its mission, as directed.
Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command - Marines with Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command pose for photos in the cyber operations center at Lasswell Hall aboard Fort Meade, Maryland, Feb. 5, 2020. MARFORCYBER Marines conduct offensive and defensive cyber operations in support of United States Cyber Command and operate, secure and defend the Marine Corps Enterprise Network. This image is a photo illustration.
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1 Aviation Road
Brooklyn, NY 11234-7001
Duty Phone Number:
+1 (718) 252-3100
Emergency Duty Phone Number:
+1 (504) 418-6914
6th Communication Battalion
If you are having issues while inbound/in-transit; call the customer service desk at: +1 (718) 252-3100 x #359
If you are a scheduled inbound individual and do not have a sponsor; call the Sponsorship Coordinator at: +1 (718) 252-3100 x #229
1. YOU HAVE TO
REPORT BY THE TIME/DATE LISTED ON THEIR ORDERS.
Only S-1 can tell you to show up on a different day than
1a. WEEKEND CHECK-IN
If you are scheduled to report on a weekend, call the duty number the day prior to reporting. The duty will notify you that you need to come in that day or to show up the next work day.
2. FOR MARINES
COMING FROM BOOT CAMP
When you check in, you need to bring all of your Marine Corps paperwork since enlistment. Especially your flight
receipts and itineraries.
These documents heavily affect your entitlements and reimbursements.
3. REVIEW THE
UNIFORM ORDERS and double check your Service A's before coming in. You know when you are checking in -- there are no excuses.