The U.S. Marine Corps recently issued MARADMIN 284/20, requiring a 100% health safety screening for transportation service provider personnel, performing household goods moves. These safety procedures ensure the safety and protection to all Marines and their families during their move-in and move-out process. (U.S. Marine Corps audio by Lance Cpl. Mellizza Bonjoc)
I’M LANCE CPL. MELLIZZA BONJOC, WITH YOUR MARINE MINUTE.
WITH PCS SEASON AROUND THE CORNER, THE CORPS HAS ISSUED A 100% HEALTH SAFETY SCREENING FOR TRANSPORTATION SERVICE PROVIDER PERSONNEL PERFORMING HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVES.
UPON ARRIVAL, MOVING CREWS WILL PRESENT WRITTEN VERIFICATION OF A HEALTH SAFETY SCREENING. CREWS WILL ALWAYS WEAR FACEMASKS, SANITIZE FREQUENTLY TOUCHED SURFACES, AND PRACTICE GOOD HANDWASHING HYGIENE.
MEANWHILE, COMMAND REPRESENTATIVES SHOULD CHECK WITH THEIR MARINES AND SAILORS AT THEIR HOMES DURING THE MOVE-IN AND MOVE-OUT PROCESS.
THIS COMMAND VISIT IS TO HELP ENSURE MARINES UNDERSTAND THE HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS IN PLACE SO IF YOU OBSERVE ANYTHING THAT IS UNSAFE OR UNHEALTHY DURING THE MOVE YOU CAN ADDRESS IT IMMEDIATELY.
ALSO, REMEMBER THE FIVE MEASURES TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH WHILE MOVING IN A COVID-19 ENVIRONMENT:
1) AT ANY POINT YOU BECOME UNCOMFORTABLE WITH YOUR MOVE, YOU CAN RESCHEDULE IT.
2) IF YOU OR YOUR FAMILY ARE SICK, RESCHEDULE YOUR MOVE.
3) LIMIT THE NUMBER OF FAMILY MEMBERS IN THE RESIDENCE DURING THE MOVE.
4) WEAR CLOTH FACE COVERINGS.
5) CLEAN FREQUENTLY TOUCHED SURFACES OFTEN.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT OFFICE OR CHECK OUT MARADMIN 284/20.
THAT’S IT FOR YOUR MARINE MINUTE, FOR MORE NEWS AROUND THE CORPS GO TO MARINES.MIL.
In response to COVID-19 and future manpower changes, Manpower and Reserve Affairs is now offering 12 and 24 month service extensions as part of a short term retention plan that allows first-term Marines the opportunity to extend their service in order to fulfill the manpower needs of the Marine Corps. These cross fiscal year extensions provide Marines with flexibility amid the pandemic as well as support for the Corps' future manpower requirements. (U.S. Marine Corps audio by Lance Cpl. Soline Skrzypczak)
I'M LANCE CORPORAL SOLINE SKRZYPCZAK WITH YOUR MARINE MINUTE
AS COVID-19 MITIGATION EFFORTS CONTINUE, THE MARINE CORPS IS WORKING WITH MARINES WHOSE CAREER PLANS ARE BEING IMPACTED BY THE PANDEMIC.
THE CORPS WAS ALREADY OFFERING SERVICE EXTENSIONS TO THOSE SEPARATING OR RETIRING THIS FISCAL YEAR, WHICH RUNS THROUGH 30 SEPTEMBER 2020, SHOULD THEY NEED ADDITIONAL TIME TO COMPLETE TRANSITION REQUIREMENTS.
THESE SEVERAL MONTH EXTENSIONS CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE FOR MARINES FACING CONFLICTS DUE TO COVID-19, HOWEVER, NOW 12-AND 24-MONTH EXTENSIONS ARE ALSO BEING OFFERED TO ELIGIBLE FIRST-TERM MARINES.
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
MARINES WHO ACCEPT A 12-MONTH EXTENSION WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR PROMOTION OR P-C-S ORDERS, BUT WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR REENLISTMENT IN F-Y-21.
AND MARINES WHO ACCEPT A 24-MONTH EXTENSION WILL REMAIN ELIGIBLE FOR PROMOTION, P-C-S ORDERS, AND POSSIBLY A PRORATED RETENTION BONUS, DEPENDING ON M-O-S.
REMEMBER SPACES ARE LIMITED, SO SUBMIT YOUR PACKAGES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
AND FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR CAREER PLANNER OR CHECK-OUT MARADMIN 249/20 ON MARINES.MIL.
THAT'S IT FOR YOUR MARINE MINUTE. FOR MORE NEWS AROUND THE CORPS, GO TO MARINES.MIl