Marine Corps Support Facility New Orleans
New Orleans, LA 70114
Members of the Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club met with Lt. Gen David G. Bellon, commander of Marine Forces Reserve, right, and Mr. Gregg T. Habel, executive director, left, at Marine Corps Support Facility New Orleans, Dec. 17, 2021. The Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club has supported the Toys for Tots Program since 2006, which is run by the Marine Corps Reserve. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Leslie Alcaraz)

MARCORSPTFAC NOLA will maintain normal operations and services, with refinements and restrictions based on federal, state, local, and Service guidance.  The installation maintains local records for COVID-19 cases using Trace and Recovery reports.

Current CDC COVID-19 Community Level: LOW.  Indoor mask-wearing is not required for DoD personnel of visitors.  The screening testing program for visiting personnel is not required.  Individuals may choose to wear a mask regardless of the COVID-19 Community Level. 


MARCORSPTFAC NOLA’s COVID-19 policies, and Trace and Recovery Reports, are available on the HQBN MARFORRES SharePoint for viewing and distribution at:

Personnel will be notified of changes to the installation’s COVID-19 Community Level/HPCON Level.


Welcome to the Marine Corps Support Facility New Orleans!  Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces South are tenant commands aboard the Facility as are the headquarters elements of 4th Marine Division, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, 4th Marine Logistics Group and the Force Headquarters Group.

The Facility was established in June 2011 and is a 29-acre secure compound located in the historic neighborhood of Algiers, a suburb of the City of New Orleans.  The main building aboard the Facility is the 411,000 square foot Lt. Col. Joseph J. McCarthy building, which contains all administrative and support functions for all tenant commands.  If you are a member of the commands listed above, you will be a part of Headquarters Battalion and work inside the McCarthy building.

More information regarding the facility, your move, and the surrounding areas is located here.  If you have suggestions regarding content, please contact the Facility Adjutant here

Welcome to New Orleans. I hope this information helps you to get off to a great start in your new assignment.

Eric G. Burns

Col. Eric G. Burns
Commanding Officer
Marine Corps Support Facility New Orleans

HQBN UPFRP Statement from Commanding Officer
Marine Corps Support Facility New Orleans