DPC/RSU-East conducts Individual Augment deployment/re-deployment processing, and supports activated Reserve units/dets and non-mobilized Reserve Component (RC) unit training.
Check-In/Out: ALL PERSONNEL WILL CHECK IN/OUT WITH THE S-1.
Ensure you have a copy of your orders/state or federal identification (DoD ID card). Your orders, or someone in the det’s orders, should include a rental vehicle. Unless previously coordinated, transportation will not be provided to/from the airport. It is recommended that you call ahead to the rental company to ensure you have a car reserved. You can arrange billeting during working hours with the DPC/RSU-East S-4 Chief at 910-451-9305, or upon arrival by contacting the DPC/RSU-East OOD at 910-526-7946. Unless otherwise notified, on the first day of the training cycle, report to Building 313, H Street, Camp Lejeune at 0730 in Woodland MARPAT.
Reserve Individual Augments: We will be conducting an audit of your records upon your arrival at DPC/RSU-East. Any changes regarding marital status, dependent additions/losses will require appropriate source documentation in order to be updated. (marriage certificate/divorce decree, birth certificate, etc). We have full reporting capabilities on Reserve IA’s. All reporting personnel should bring an active GTCC.
Units/Detachments: The following will be required upon check-in: orders, skeleton medical/dental records, completed FAST checklists, reporting/detaching endorsements from the HTC, an ID card, and a GTCC. We will be screening your join to active duty and pay entitlements upon arrival. This screening continues daily until all Marines’ pay and entitlements are running properly. This command does not have ADCON over any Unit/Detachment which means any discrepancies identified must be corrected by parent commands. We will generate a group reporting/detaching endorsement upon completion of the training cycle.
You should bring skeleton medical/dental records with you for processing. We will medically screen and certify medical readiness for deployment. Our Medical Department will also screen AHLTA/CHCS (DoD Electronic Health Record), VA Electronic Health Records, and Medical Readiness Reporting System (MRRS) per medical requirements. General advice to assist with medical processing: if you have seen a medical or mental health provider or been given a prescription in the past 90 days please inform our medical staff right away, and plan ahead and bring any pertinent civilian provider documentation. If arriving from an HTC, bring a completed Expeditionary Medical and Dental Screening Form 1300/4 and DD Form 2807-1 with copies of completed audiogram, dental exam and x-rays, and DD2766.
Our Predeployment Training Program (PTP) cycle is designed to train a Marine who arrives with zero training complete, for any AO. Reserve Marine’s MCTIMs will be screened for remaining Service and COCOM PTP requirements per the TECOM PTP Toolkit and Annual Training requirements. Active Duty IAs are expected to request training events via a Training Request Letter (TRL) through the DPC/RSU-East S-3, 30 days in advance. You will not be required to complete any training you have already completed; if you have completed training not currently reflected in MCTIMs, then you will be required to turn in a NAVMC from that training event in order to be exempt. All Annual MarineNet-based training will be completed on your own time, ensure you have a working CAC. Upon training completion, Reserve IAs will have all completed training run in MCTIMS. For Active Duty IAs and Reserve units/detachments, you will receive a folder including documentation of all training you have completed so that your parent unit can run the training you have completed with us.
Billeting and linen will be provided in the DPC/RSU-East open squad bays for all IAs/detachments. Ensure you bring a lock for your personal items within your assigned wall locker. For those personnel mobilized, you will be on GMR per diem via your orders, and will be responsible for your own meals, whether eating at the chow hall, or providing your own chow as indicated on the training schedule to “bring chow”. A chow hall is within walking distance of DPC/RSU-East. For those personnel in a pre-mobilization status here for training, you do not receive per diem and instead will eat at the chow hall. On days where the training schedule does not allow time to make it to the chow hall, DPC/RSU-East staff may coordinate for box chows; chow rosters are due 7 days in advance of events for Reservists not currently mobilized/on AT or drills. There is currently no dedicated galley within the billeting or work spaces, however, there is a refrigerator available for storage of food in the billeting spaces. Microwaves are located throughout. Please keep your areas properly maintained and clean. Field day is conducted on Thursday evenings. Transportation requirements must be coordinated prior to your arrival. When transportation is provided for training events, it is required for participants.
Unless previously coordinated to bring your own issued weapon, a temporary issued weapon will be provided to you for all live fire events at DPC/RSU-East. Each Marine will be responsible for their own DPC/RSU-East temporary issued weapons maintenance following all training events. Weapons maintenance will be conducted in utilities and as indicated by the times on the training schedule.
The minimum required gear to train: Kevlar, Flak, Front/Back SAPI plates, Issued eye protection, Gas mask/canisters
Reserve Individual Augments: Gear draw will be coordinated for you with II MEF Individual Issue Facility (IIF) in accordance with your respective COCOM gear list, by appointment, prior to the start of training. Coordinate with DPC/RSU-East Supply prior to arrival so the correct sizes can be ordered on your behalf.
Reserve Units/Detachments/Active Duty: You must check in with a full gear set or the minimum gear to train. Reserve detachments with gear shortfalls must submit an ICCE/STAP request through their MSC to MFR G-4 or CBRN request through their MSC to MFR G-3 in order to fulfill discrepancies. II MEF IIF will not authorize gear issue to Reserve detachments without approval from MFR G-3/G-4 via coordination from MARFORRES. Dets are required to provide a gear discrepancy list within 48 hours upon arrival.
Security Clearances/NIPR/SIPR Access
DPC/RSU-East will conduct a security clearance scrub of all Reserve Marines/Sailors. If you require SIPR access, it is highly recommended that you arrive with a SIPR token/activated account before you arrive. DPC/RSU-East has SIPR access/SVTC capability for those who need it and/or already have SIPR tokens, as well as provide access to update your ISOPREP. ISOPREP updates should be completed prior to arrival via your unit manager on high side PRMS. For many Marines, ISOPREPs can be completed using a CAC enabled computer on the NIPR PRMS site at https://prmsglobal.prms.af.mil/.
Wills and Powers of Attorney (POA) are not predeployment requirements/not scheduled. Base legal services, Bldg 66 on Holcomb Blvd, offers POA support on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 0945 at Bldg 66 and Tuesdays at 1245 at the Base Theater, both of which are in walking distance from DPC/RSU-East. Will appointments are a 2-3 week turnaround and should be made immediately upon check in, or completed prior to arrival.
DPC/RSU- East Points of Contact
BLDG 309/313 H STREET
Camp Lejeune, NC 28547
S-1 Administration: (910) 450-6298
S-3 Mobilizations Chief: (910) 451-2740
S-4 Chief/Billeting: (910) 451-9305
Supply Chief: (910) 451-0133
Alpha Company Operations Chief/PTP Questions: (910) 451-0553
OOD/After Hours Check-In: (910) 526-7946