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Welcome, this is the official U.S. Marine Corps Facebook, for Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS) where you will find the most recent information and news about MCCSSS. It is our goal to provide the public with information and news about MCCSSS and allow for an open forum of discussion about MCCSSS topics. If you are looking for our official web page please visit http://www.mccsss.marines.mil or http://www.marines.mil

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Entry-level Marines with Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS) received their first COVID-19 vaccination ...
05/28/2021

Entry-level Marines with Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS) received their first COVID-19 vaccination at Camp Johnson, N.C., May 27, 2021. Approximately 100 vaccinations were administered to the Marines.

“We are excited to be able to offer vaccinations to our student population,” said Col. Eric Adams, Commanding Officer, MCCSSS, Camp Johnson. “The student response has been phenomenal when offered the opportunity to volunteer for their vaccinations. The vaccination will allow Marines to avoid ROM and quarantine periods during their upcoming PCS and eventually go without masks in the classroom and aboard Camp Lejeune, once they complete their series. The Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune vaccination team’s ability to remotely provide vaccinations has made it so much easier for us to move large groups of volunteers through the process in a timely manner.”

MCCSSS will continue to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to students weekly based on availability of the vaccine.

AAPI HERITAGE MONTH
05/27/2021

AAPI HERITAGE MONTH

AAPI HERITAGE MONTH

HYDRATION
05/21/2021

HYDRATION

HYDRATION

Yiralys Suarez, Command Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, receive...
05/18/2021

Yiralys Suarez, Command Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, receives the Liz Blanc Exceptional SARC of the Year Award during a ceremony at Camp Johnson, N.C., May 17, 2021. The Liz Blanc Exceptional SARC of the Year Award honors the dedication Elizabeth Blanc, a former Department of Defense employee, provided to preventing sexual assault and supporting victims by awarding distinguished SARCs who have excelled in building a sexual assault prevention and response system within their respective commands.

SUICIDE PREVENTION
05/14/2021

SUICIDE PREVENTION

SUICIDE PREVENTION

AAPI HERITAGE MONTH
05/11/2021

AAPI HERITAGE MONTH

AAPI HERITAGE MONTH

05/05/2021

MCCSSS ARMED FORCES BLOOD DRIVE
The MCCSSS Armed Forces Blood Drive is scheduled for May 6, 2021 from 1030-1530 at the Camp Johnson Chow Hall.
In general, to donate blood you should:

- Weigh at least 110 pounds
- Be at least 17 years of age
- Have been feeling well for at least 3 days
- Be well hydrated
- Have eaten something prior to donating

05/03/2021

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. A time for recognizing the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.

-LCpl Elton Taylor

"The SAPR program is very important for me to be able to help Marines but most importantly to be able to provide support...
04/27/2021

"The SAPR program is very important for me to be able to help Marines but most importantly to be able to provide support for victims of Sexual Assault because I would want someone to care for and help my sister or brother if they were a victim. I would want someone to support and advocate for me if I was a victim.

I volunteered to be a victim advocate because my niece from my husband’s side of the family was sexually assaulted and murdered.
I have been an advocate for 5 years.
I am with Ground Supply School and I work in building M-112, room 112."
-Gunnery Sgt. Hempel

"The SAPR program is very important for me to be able to help Marines but most importantly to be able to provide support for victims of Sexual Assault because I would want someone to care for and help my sister or brother if they were a victim. I would want someone to support and advocate for me if I was a victim.

I volunteered to be a victim advocate because my niece from my husband’s side of the family was sexually assaulted and murdered.
I have been an advocate for 5 years.
I am with Ground Supply School and I work in building M-112, room 112."
-Gunnery Sgt. Hempel

“The SAPR program is one of the many essential cogs in the wheel that the Marine Corps uses to take care of each other. ...
04/27/2021

“The SAPR program is one of the many essential cogs in the wheel that the Marine Corps uses to take care of each other. Tied in with protecting each other, the SAPR program provides a person who will always be in the victim’s corner, a Uniformed Victim Advocate. I have been a UVA for about 2 years. I make it a point to be vocal and show support to any and all who need help. Sexual assault can also be the cause of depression, suicide, substance abuse, trust and mental health issues. Even if you aren’t a UVA or SARC’ we should all be a source of safety and shelter for anyone who may need it.”
-Staff Sgt. Wheeler

“The SAPR program is one of the many essential cogs in the wheel that the Marine Corps uses to take care of each other. Tied in with protecting each other, the SAPR program provides a person who will always be in the victim’s corner, a Uniformed Victim Advocate. I have been a UVA for about 2 years. I make it a point to be vocal and show support to any and all who need help. Sexual assault can also be the cause of depression, suicide, substance abuse, trust and mental health issues. Even if you aren’t a UVA or SARC’ we should all be a source of safety and shelter for anyone who may need it.”
-Staff Sgt. Wheeler

"The SAPR program is something that I am passionate about. It’s a program that provides individuals with the tools in or...
04/22/2021

"The SAPR program is something that I am passionate about. It’s a program that provides individuals with the tools in order to assist them or anyone that requires assistance.
I volunteered to become a victim advocate because I wanted to be able to make an impact and help provide any assistance to those that have experienced a traumatic event in their life. I’ve been serving as an advocate since April of 2019.
I am located in building M79, room 1150 with Logistics Operation School."
-Gunnery Sgt. Bays

"The SAPR program is something that I am passionate about. It’s a program that provides individuals with the tools in order to assist them or anyone that requires assistance.
I volunteered to become a victim advocate because I wanted to be able to make an impact and help provide any assistance to those that have experienced a traumatic event in their life. I’ve been serving as an advocate since April of 2019.
I am located in building M79, room 1150 with Logistics Operation School."
-Gunnery Sgt. Bays

"To me the SAPR program means that there is a way to raise awareness and educate on available resources.  I volunteered ...
04/20/2021

"To me the SAPR program means that there is a way to raise awareness and educate on available resources. I volunteered to be a Victim Advocate because I saw an opportunity to educate Marines of all ranks on the topic. I have fulfilled the duties of SAPR VA for 1 year. I am one of the SAPR VAs for MTMIC and I am located in Bldg M107 Rm 26."
-Gunnery Sgt. Deleon

"To me the SAPR program means that there is a way to raise awareness and educate on available resources. I volunteered to be a Victim Advocate because I saw an opportunity to educate Marines of all ranks on the topic. I have fulfilled the duties of SAPR VA for 1 year. I am one of the SAPR VAs for MTMIC and I am located in Bldg M107 Rm 26."
-Gunnery Sgt. Deleon

PREVENT THE SPREADEveryone has a part to play in preventing the spread. Check out the tips below to ensure you're doing ...
04/19/2021

PREVENT THE SPREAD
Everyone has a part to play in preventing the spread. Check out the tips below to ensure you're doing your part.

PREVENT THE SPREAD
Everyone has a part to play in preventing the spread. Check out the tips below to ensure you're doing your part.

Civ Kristopher J. Battles, Artist-in-Residence, National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, VA, prepares to sketch U....
04/16/2021

Civ Kristopher J. Battles, Artist-in-Residence, National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, VA, prepares to sketch U.S. Marines inside the Combat Operations Center during the Logistics Officers Course Field Exercise (LOCFEX), Logistics Operations School, Camp Johnson, N.C., April 2, 2021. “My favorite part of being a Combat Artist is being able to create something that is interesting to look at, things that are historical, that the family members back home or the Marines doing the work can look at and say, yeah that’s me or that’s just like what I do,” said Mr. Battles. The Marine Corps Art Collection provides a time-honored and valuable tradition of visual storytelling, allowing the combat artist to record not only Marine Corps history, but also to capture and express the deeper emotional foundations of the Marine Corps. The Combat Art Collection creates and maintains a visual legacy which will continue to enrich the nation's knowledge of the Marine Corps for decades to come.” Mr. Battles is using the sketches he created during the training exercise to create two paintings for inclusion in the Marine Corps Art Collection. (Marine Corps Photo released/taken by Sgt. James A. Guillory)

BRING YOUR CHILD TO WORK DAYPersonnel with Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS) and their families parti...
04/14/2021

BRING YOUR CHILD TO WORK DAY

Personnel with Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS) and their families participate in the MCCSSS Bring Your Child to Work Day event at Camp Johnson, N.C., April 9, 2021.

(U.S. Marine Corps photos released/taken by Sgt. Muriah M. King and Lance Cpl. Chandler C. Wilbourn)

“I wanted to serve as a SARC in order to give back to a community which has provided so much for mine. As a prior milita...
04/14/2021

“I wanted to serve as a SARC in order to give back to a community which has provided so much for mine. As a prior military service member and a military spouse I wanted to utilize my skill set to help an underserved population. Situational awareness, education, and by standard intervention are key component of reducing the occurrence of sexual assault.
As the MCCSSS Command Sexual Assault Response Coordinator it is my job as well as my mission to ensure every Marine, Sailor, and DoD employees aboard Camp Johnson is aware of the resources available to them. It is important to keep in mind that every survivor has the right to be treated with dignity, respect and has a right to privacy. Sexual Assault is a horrid act, and no one should have to go through the process alone.
In order to support and assist survivors, we have approximately 19 SAPR victim advocates, along with myself who are ready, willing, and able to advocate and support survivors every step of the way.
In the event you find yourself or someone you know needing further information or assistance please call the 24/7 Camp Lejeune- New River Sexual Assault Support Line at 910-750-5852 or the DoD Safe Helpline at 877-995-5247. My office is located within building M-79 Gray Hall Room 173. “

“I wanted to serve as a SARC in order to give back to a community which has provided so much for mine. As a prior military service member and a military spouse I wanted to utilize my skill set to help an underserved population. Situational awareness, education, and by standard intervention are key component of reducing the occurrence of sexual assault.
As the MCCSSS Command Sexual Assault Response Coordinator it is my job as well as my mission to ensure every Marine, Sailor, and DoD employees aboard Camp Johnson is aware of the resources available to them. It is important to keep in mind that every survivor has the right to be treated with dignity, respect and has a right to privacy. Sexual Assault is a horrid act, and no one should have to go through the process alone.
In order to support and assist survivors, we have approximately 19 SAPR victim advocates, along with myself who are ready, willing, and able to advocate and support survivors every step of the way.
In the event you find yourself or someone you know needing further information or assistance please call the 24/7 Camp Lejeune- New River Sexual Assault Support Line at 910-750-5852 or the DoD Safe Helpline at 877-995-5247. My office is located within building M-79 Gray Hall Room 173. “

"Leaders encourage positive behaviors every dayEach year we participate in a variety of monthly observances with the int...
04/14/2021

"Leaders encourage positive behaviors every day
Each year we participate in a variety of monthly observances with the intent to call attention to important causes and recognize the many contributions of our diverse force.

While April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, we are elevating our support beyond a single month. We are committing every day of the year to building environments where Marines can succeed, sustaining a culture where we respect each other, and supporting programs that promote the well-being of Marines and their families.

Leaders at every level play a role in strengthening unit cohesion by modeling behaviors of mutual respect and acting as empathetic leaders who support and assist those who come forward or ask for help. This is the type of behavior that exemplifies our core values of honor, courage, and commitment.

“Taking care of Marines” means vigorously enforcing our high standards. When we fail to hold the standard, we establish new lower standards.

We are proud to support our Marines with resources listed below that will to allow us to better understand the issues, assist our teammates, and know where to turn for help or information, 24 hours a day.

Marines fight for right. I am committed to ensuring that all Marines are supported each and every day of the year."

-General David H. Berger, Commandant of the Marine Corps

•Get help, tips, and resources by visiting the USMC SAPR home page.
•Talk to someone 24/7 anonymously or find support on your base
•Learn more about the USMC SAPR services

"Leaders encourage positive behaviors every day
Each year we participate in a variety of monthly observances with the intent to call attention to important causes and recognize the many contributions of our diverse force.

While April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, we are elevating our support beyond a single month. We are committing every day of the year to building environments where Marines can succeed, sustaining a culture where we respect each other, and supporting programs that promote the well-being of Marines and their families.

Leaders at every level play a role in strengthening unit cohesion by modeling behaviors of mutual respect and acting as empathetic leaders who support and assist those who come forward or ask for help. This is the type of behavior that exemplifies our core values of honor, courage, and commitment.

“Taking care of Marines” means vigorously enforcing our high standards. When we fail to hold the standard, we establish new lower standards.

We are proud to support our Marines with resources listed below that will to allow us to better understand the issues, assist our teammates, and know where to turn for help or information, 24 hours a day.

Marines fight for right. I am committed to ensuring that all Marines are supported each and every day of the year."

-General David H. Berger, Commandant of the Marine Corps

•Get help, tips, and resources by visiting the USMC SAPR home page.
•Talk to someone 24/7 anonymously or find support on your base
•Learn more about the USMC SAPR services

LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLESCheck out the infographic below to learn more about keeping your Marines informed.
04/12/2021

LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES

Check out the infographic below to learn more about keeping your Marines informed.

LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES

Check out the infographic below to learn more about keeping your Marines informed.

SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH
04/08/2021

SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH

Respect. Protect. Empower.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. All Marines play a vital role in preventing unhealthy behavior every day of the year. The DoD Safe Helpline provides free, confidential support for military-affiliated sexual assault victims 24/7. 877-995-5247 https://safehelpline.org. #SAAPM

SUICIDE PREVENTION
04/07/2021

SUICIDE PREVENTION

SUICIDE PREVENTION

SUICIDE PREVENTION If you recognize warning signs or believe someone is in immediate danger, call 911 or seek help from ...
03/29/2021

SUICIDE PREVENTION

If you recognize warning signs or believe someone is in immediate danger, call 911 or seek help from a mental healthcare provider. For more information about suicide prevention, contact your chain of command, healthcare provider, visit www.dstressline.com, or call 1-877-476-7734.

SUICIDE PREVENTION

If you recognize warning signs or believe someone is in immediate danger, call 911 or seek help from a mental healthcare provider. For more information about suicide prevention, contact your chain of command, healthcare provider, visit www.dstressline.com, or call 1-877-476-7734.

UNDERAGE DRINKING Be safe, Marines!
03/26/2021

UNDERAGE DRINKING
Be safe, Marines!

UNDERAGE DRINKING
Be safe, Marines!

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
03/23/2021

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

03/19/2021

MILITARY APPEARANCE 101: How to Roll Sleeves

03/19/2021

MILITARY APPEARANCE 101: How to Roll Sleeves

03/18/2021
WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH#WeAreMarines
03/15/2021

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
#WeAreMarines

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
#WeAreMarines

03/14/2021

Sun’s out, Guns out 💪
Turn your clocks 1 hour forward tomorrow 🕰
✅ Sleeves Up
✅ Chucks

This weekend means one less hour of daylight during your morning commute. Drivers need to be more observant for pedestrians. Pedestrians, please ensure you wear a glow belt when traveling.

03/12/2021
Explore the @NWHM interactive archive of the first generation of #USMC women to serve their Nation. #WeAreMarines https:...
03/11/2021
"Be a Marine, Free a Marine to Fight": The United States Marine Corps Women's Reserve

Explore the @NWHM interactive archive of the first generation of #USMC women to serve their Nation. #WeAreMarines https://www.womenshistory.org/exhibits/be-marine-free-marine-fight-united-states-marine-corps-womens-reserve

“Be a Marine, Free a Marine to Fight:” The United States Marine Corps Women’s Reserve explores the lives and history of the unsung women who fought to serve their country as Marines during the Second World War.

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