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United States Marine Corps
Marine and Family Programs
Building 579 Reed Road
MCBH Kaneohe Bay, HI 96863
When you arrive at your new installation, you’ll need to follow installation-specific procedures. Each installation and service handles in-processing differently. Here, you can find installation-specific guidelines and a list of documents to bring with you when checking- in. Reach out to the contacts provided if you have specific questions.
Report in to the new command unit immediately upon arrival. Arrival entitlements are tied into the check in procedures. Any delays will result in non-reimbursable expenses and or forfeit of entitlements.
Upon checking-in the service member will begin to receive:
For Marines check-in attire is service Alpha. For Navy personnel check-in attire is summer whites.
The IPAC Inbound Section is the central point of check-in. With Installation Personnel Administration Center in place there's a two step Check-In process.
All Marines must report to his/her Hawaii command and will receive:
Then check into to the IPAC Inbound Section to complete in-processing.
Marines must complete the check-in process. Marines may delay or forfeit arrival entitlements if they go on leave status after checking into the command but fail to check into IPAC. There are non-retroactive entitlements and reimbursements which cannot be recouped should this occur.
Sailors arriving to Marine Corps Base Hawaii must contact their future commands to receive their check-in instructions.
Service members arriving with family members should make reservations at "The Inns of the Corps" Hawaii which is the temporary lodging facility on MCBH. The Inns of the Coprs on Kaneohe Bay can be contacted at 808-254-2806 or online.
Geo-Bachelors arriving without their family members and single officers may contact the Five Palms to make reservations for temporary lodging at these respective offices:
If you get married en route to Hawaii you must inform your Hawaii command immediately and see what checklists or procedures they have for you to complete with admin. The military will not pay for travel and housing of your spouse if you do not follow the future command's instructions and make arrangements in advance of arrival.