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Single Marine Program

"Make a Difference. Get Involved!"

Motivated Marines, a supporting command and the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) staff provide the foundation for the Single Marine Program. The program was established to provide a forum for Marines to identify quality of life ideas and issues to recommend solutions that can directly influence the planning, coordination, and execution of programs and activities related to the largest percentage of the Marine Corps. 

According to MCCS, "each major installation has an established SMP Council that meets regularly. The Council is composed of unit representatives from throughout the command. Each Council elects leaders to serve on the executive council including: President, Vice President, Scribe, and Treasurer. These positions provide leadership, motivation, and accountability to the other council members. They represent the installation at meetings and other working groups on items relevant to single Marines. The executive council also works closely with the SMP Coordinator and the installation sergeant major."

Contact the MCAS Single Marine Representative
If you are interested in voluntering, participating in recreation events, or simply want to take advantage of the discounts offered by the Single Marine Program then contact the MCAS SMP Rep, Corporal Bridget Padilla for more information. You can reach her at (760) 725-8016. Building 2399, Rm 130, at Flight clearance.
Volunteer Opportunities
There are new volunteer opportunities available on Camp Pendleton's volunteer site. Volunteering opportunities are open for Married/Single Marines and Sailors. For the Camp Pendleton's volunteer web site go to: https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/OD?FROM=6239.