A complete listing of all units found throughout the Marine Corps including parent and subordinate commands.
Back to Central Personnel Data File Submissions Duty Station Locator System. The Duty Station Locator System is intended to facilitate the Federal civilian personnel community's ability to locate duty station names and codes for use in processing personnel actions and reporting workforce information to the Central Personnel Data File (CPDF).
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activation of a new monitored command code (mcc) and reporting unit code (ruc) for newly created senior leader management branch (mmsl)
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Duty Unit Identification Code : The code that represents the unit to which the member has reported for duty. If unknown, report all Z’s. Army: Report a W, the UIC, and one blank. Navy: Report an N, the UIC, and one blank. Marine Corps: Report an M, the RUC, and one blank. Air Force: Report an F, the unit portion of the PAS Code, and two blanks.
Upon receipt of military medical documentation, the unit will place the Marine in a TNPQ status by reporting TTC 112 000 STRCAT ‘O’. Unit Commander/I-I’s, shall prepare a Privileges and Responsibilities statement for the Marine to sign explaining the requirement to provide medical documentation every 30 days from his/her attending physician.
A Marine with 1st Maintenance Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, holds security while on a patrol during the Basic Combat Skills Course aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., April 18, 2013. Approximately 40 Marines participated in the course designed to refresh Marines in the basics of Marine Corps combat skills to keep them ready for battle.