Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) is a comprehensive set of programs that support and enhance the operational readiness, war fighting capabilities, and life quality of Marines, their families, retirees and civilians. Our programming includes employment, personal financial management, education and transition assistance; fitness and recreation, deployment support and family team building, child care and youth activities, prevention, counseling and victim support; golf courses; dining and entertainment; and shopping. MCCS is valued by leadership as being a user-friendly and a responsive single portal that provides constant and unwavering support to Marines and their families throughout their entire service or affiliation with the United States Marine Corps. MCCS delivers goods and services at over 2,250 facilities with a staff of more than 12,000 employees worldwide.
MCCS Forward is a dynamic, digital news publication that focuses on topics and services universally important to Marines and family members. Built on a foundation of authentic stories and inspiring experiences, it is designed to spark conversation and tell the story of Marines and their families in a creative, refreshing way. MCCS Forward is the official website of Marine Corps Community Services.
Marines are the youngest, most junior, and least married of the four military services.
To take care of Marines and their families by providing quality of life programs, products, and services in support of the Marine Corps objectives.
MCCS will be the first choice of products, services, and programs by exceeding our customers’ expectations and building lifelong customers. To do this as an organization we must be:
- Employer of Choice to individuals who are dedicated to supporting our War Heroes and their families.
- Steward for promoting effective policy and business practices intended to support and complement our mission.
- Cross-functional and continually seeking synergy across all processes.
- Provider of premier facilities that promote personal and family readiness.
- Deliver quality programs and services to meet current and future needs.
- Responsive to customer behaviors and generate goodwill.
The Marine Corps holds true to the core values of honor, courage, and commitment. These core values serve as fundamental touchpoints for moral character, professional behavior and conduct of the Marine Corps. Every Marine Corps Community Services team member is additionally guided by similar customer service values including courtesy, responsibility, and loyalty.
The Marine and Family Programs Division Campaign Plan, published 1 APR 21, is a roadmap to how Headquarters Marine Corps seeks to enhance our support to unit and installation commanders in their mission to take care of Marines and their families. Our roadmap defines six lines of effort (LOEs) and priorities for the next three years.
The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the U.S. Marine Corps of non-U.S. Government sites or the information, products, or services contained therein. Although MCCS may or may not use these sites as additional distribution channels for Department of Defense information, it does not exercise editorial control over all of the information that you may find at these locations. Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this website
This site is intended to provide information and services to authorized exchange customers only. If you can shop for retail merchandise at your local Exchange, you are authorized to order from the Catalog and Exchange Online Store.
While we strive to continually provide accurate information on this web site, typographical or omission errors may occasionally occur in pricing, disclaimers, special offers, product information or images (photographed items may contain slight differences). Such errors are subject to correction at any time.
MCCS and MyMCX.com is committed to making our web sites engaging, current and accessible to all USMC MCCS customers. All of our web sites are under periodic review and redesign as necessary to ensure that they meet or exceed the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
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