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Marine Corps Installations East

Marine Corps Installations East

MCI East Insignia
Active
Country United States
Allegiance United States of America
Branch United States Marine Corps
Garrison/HQ Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
Nickname 5th Element of the MAGTF
Commanders
Current
commander
BGen (sel) Gorry

Marine Corps Installations East (MCIEAST) is the regional authority tasked with providing support and oversight of seven United States Marine Corps installations on the East Coast. The purpose behind MCIEAST is to ensure warfighters receive a level of support that exceeds expectations while at the same time realizing cost and resource savings for the Corps. As the parent command of the east coast installations, MCIEAST has the regional authority to allow the Marine Corps to more quickly take advantage of economies of scale, improve fixed asset utilization, improve support of ranges, and centralize strategic planning of regional priorities, as well as a realign redundant overhead.

Mission

Implement policies, develops regional strategies and plans, prioritizes resources and provides services, direction, and oversight through assigned U.S. Marine Corps Installations in order to support the Operating Forces, tenant commands and activities.

Subordinate commands

Purpose

MCIEAST standardizes the quality of support and service Marines receive on the various bases and stations. As the parent command for these installations, MCIEAST takes the best practices from its subordinate commands and apply them to all the other commands. It also strives to better supports the Corps’ warfighting requirements by returning more Marines to the operational forces. The restructuring of base and station management enables MCIEAST to support deploying units more efficiently and with fewer Marines. By standardizing support practices, MCIEAST eliminates manpower redundancies throughout the bases and stations. Finally, MCIEAST better supports the Corps’ warfighting requirements by saving money. By managing bases and stations more efficiently through the basic warfighting precept of centralized command and decentralized execution, MCIEAST will have oversight of regional funds and resources and allocate them just where they are needed. As a regional command, MCIEAST seeks to eliminate resource redundancies throughout the bases and stations and ensures that funds are utilized effectively while continuing to provide thorough support to the operational units.

See also

External links

  • MCIEAST official website
  • Marine Corps Forces, Europe
  • Marine Corps Forces, South
  • Marine Corps Forces, Strategic
I Marine Expeditionary Force
III Marine Expeditionary Force
Marine Forces Reserve
others
Support Establishment
Support Establishment
Marine Corps Installations Command
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