Marines

Veterans

Family Members

Marine Content

ID Card Center

Service members can schedule an appointment to receive the Common Access Card (CAC).

Marine Federal Credit Union

The Marine Federal Credit Union services include savings programs, financial counseling and loans to credit union members, MAR-CHECK, high yield investment certificates, IRAs, VISA credit cards, automatic teller machines, safe deposit boxes and more.

Commissary

The Camp Lejeune Commissary, Bldg. 1230, stocks more than 16,000 line items of grocery, household products, fresh meat and produce.

Exchange

The Marine Corps Exchange complex at Camp Lejeune is the largest in the Marine Corps. With more than 48 activities throughout the base, the Exchange offers a multitude of articles and services.

Officer's Club

The Commissioned Officers Club, located in Paradise Point in Bldg. 2615, is the focal point of social life for officers at Camp Lejeune.

TRICARE

TRICARE is the medical care plan for active-duty and retired military members, their families, and survivors under the age of 65. It is designed to expand access to care, ensure high-quality care, control health care costs for patients, and improve medical readiness.

Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune

The Camp Lejeune Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility that offers primary care for active-duty members and their families. Retirees and their families utilizing TRICARE Prime are also eligible for service. For more information on medical services and acute care needs, call 450-4255.

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Veterans

DD 214 Forms

Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune

The Camp Lejeune Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility that offers primary care for active-duty members and their families. Retirees and their families utilizing TRICARE Prime are also eligible for service. For more information on medical services and acute care needs, call 450-4255.

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Exchange

The Marine Corps Exchange complex at Camp Lejeune is the largest in the Marine Corps. With more than 48 activities throughout the base, the Exchange offers a multitude of articles and services.

Commissary

The Camp Lejeune Commissary, Bldg. 1230, stocks more than 16,000 line items of grocery, household products, fresh meat and produce.

ID Card Center

Service members can schedule an appointment to receive the Common Access Card (CAC).

TRICARE

TRICARE is the medical care plan for active-duty and retired military members, their families, and survivors under the age of 65. It is designed to expand access to care, ensure high-quality care, control health care costs for patients, and improve medical readiness.

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Family

Marine and Family Services

Children, Youth and Teen

Family Housing

The Family Housing Office at Camp Lejeune maintains 4,447 units. Many homes have been renovated, and renovations on other quarters are either in progress or programmed. All quarters offer central air conditioning and heating.

ID Card Center

Service members can schedule an appointment to receive the Common Access Card (CAC).

Exchange

The Marine Corps Exchange complex at Camp Lejeune is the largest in the Marine Corps. With more than 48 activities throughout the base, the Exchange offers a multitude of articles and services.

Commissary

The Camp Lejeune Commissary, Bldg. 1230, stocks more than 16,000 line items of grocery, household products, fresh meat and produce.

TRICARE

TRICARE is the medical care plan for active-duty and retired military members, their families, and survivors under the age of 65. It is designed to expand access to care, ensure high-quality care, control health care costs for patients, and improve medical readiness.

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