**INDIVIDUALS REPORTING SHALL MAKE CONTACT WITH DPC PRIOR TO ARRIVAL BY CALLING (910) 526-7946**
All individuals reporting/detaching from outside the local area must be medically screened.
Arrivals will be required to adhere to a 14-day Restriction of Movement Policy.
Separate billeting arrangements are required.
DPC/RSU-East processes Joint and Service Individual Augments (IAs), Department of Defense (DoD) Civilians, and DoD contractors to meet Global Force Management (GFM) rotational and major contingency requirements. DPC/RSU-East also provides support to Reserve units for GFM rotational requirements and is prepared to conduct activation processing for Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Marines during an authorized mobilization for a declared National Emergency in order to provide combat capability to the Total Force.
The DPC/RSU-East fulfills its Marine Corps Total Force obligation by executing three lines of operation in accomplishing its mission:
1) Support to deploying Reserve IAs, units, and contractors by facilitating planning and predeployment activities where CLNC is the designated ILOC. This includes administrative, logistic, medical, and training support.
2) Support to redeploying IAs, units, and contractors by providing planning, coordination, and supervision of demobilization requirements to Reserve IAs and units when CLNC is designated as R-ILOC.
3) Support to non-mobilized Reserve Component units training aboard Camp Lejeune. This includes billeting, scheduling, and logistic support. Outside of its peacetime mission requirements, DPC/RSU-East is responsible for supporting the Involuntary Recall of the Individual Ready Reserve.