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Excess Facilities As a Result of Force Reductions Presented at the 2014 National Summit June 2014 Rick Marrs, PE Deputy Director, Facilities Directorate Marine Corps Installations Command/ Headquarters Marine Corps Installations and Logistics Facilities Services. Marine Corps Posture.

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Excess facilities as a result of force reductions presented at the 2014 national summit june 2014

Excess Facilities

As a Result of Force Reductions

Presented at the 2014 National Summit

June 2014

Rick Marrs, PE

Deputy Director, Facilities Directorate

Marine Corps Installations Command/

Headquarters Marine Corps

Installations and Logistics

Facilities Services


Marine corps posture

Marine Corps Posture

  • Since 1775, Marines have answered the nation’s call

    • Nation’s crisis response force

    • Faithfully protecting the American people

    • Maintaining a world-class standard of military excellence

  • Fiscal uncertainty threatens both our capacity and capabilities

    • Fielding the most ready Marine Corps the nation can afford

    • Ready to engage adversaries or respond to emerging crisis

  • Efficient and effective Installations are key to ensuring a ready Marine Corps

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Trends in facilities requirements

Trends in Facilities Requirements

  • Marine Corps Active Force Structure grew from about 173K to 202K

    • Number of installations did not increase

    • Temporary facilities were used to absorb much of the surge and are still being used

      • Sufficient Barracks were planned for 90% of 202K requirement

      • More Marines and Sailors live off base

  • DoD is considering the proper force structure reductions

    • Statements to Congress discuss a USMC range from 175K to 187K

    • Actual reductions and changes to specific units are being determined

  • We have initiated a comprehensive effort to determine requirements at each installation and identify how to best meet those requirements.

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Facilities planning efforts

Facilities Planning Efforts

  • Focus planning efforts to consider future force structure reductions, aging infrastructure, and declining resources

  • Increase facility optimization and readiness

    • Consolidate into adequate facilities

    • Demolish those facilities that are determined excess

    • Update installation master plans to optimize effectiveness and efficiencies

  • Need our current installations for the projected force structure

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    Facility master plans

    Facility Master Plans

    Enable warfighter readiness through effective Master Plans that configure Installation assets to meet the requirements of Marine Corps current and future missions

    • Incorporate needs and mission requirements in clear, sustainable objectives

    • Repurpose and Consolidate

    • Eliminate excess and unneeded facilities

    • Create installations that more effectively use available space and ensure higher efficiency, considering energy and cost

    Master Plans, MCRD San Diego and MCAS Cherry Point

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    Sustainable facilities

    Sustainable Facilities

    Provide facilities that incorporate contemporary engineering design standards, open architecture, and ‘Best of Breed’ construction innovations

    Ribbon cutting of the new MARSOC headquarters building, MCB Camp Lejeune

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    Excess facilities as a result of force reductions presented at the 2014 national summit june 2014

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