The Deployment Readiness Coordinator is an integral part of the Command's official Deployment Readiness Program and is the primary communication link between the Commanding Officer and the families of our Marines and Sailors. The Deployment Readiness Coordinator will provide information, referral, and support to the Marine & Sailor's spouses and their families. The active involvement of a spouse or extended family member is still critical to the success of the program. The program ensures that families of military members are equipped with accurate information and resources necessary to make the best decisions for their family. Volunteers are required to complete a standardized training course and adhere to strict rules of confidentiality. The Deployment Readiness supports all Marines and Sailors in the unit whether they are single or married.
"Taking care of our own" begins with Deployment Readiness.
- Commandant's Safety Policy
- 35th Commandant's Planning Guidance
- I MEF Commanding General's Family Readiness Vision
- Families of deployed Marines face challenges at home
Family Members of Marines and Sailors
The point of contact for family members (spouses, children or parents) of Marines and Sailors is the the Deployment Readiness Coordinator. If the family member does not know who their Marine's Deployment Readiness Coordinator (DRC) is, they should ask their Marine who the unit Deployment Readiness Coordinator is. If the Marine/Sailor does not know or is currently deployed, please call the Camp Pendleton Directory Assistance at (760) 725-4111 and ask for your Marine/Sailors unit DRC. You can ask them to transfer you to the unit locater for your Marine/Sailor if you are unsure which unit they belong to. If you know your Marine's unit, you can also locate their unit on the website to speak to a Unit representative.
This site is constantly being updated with new information. If you have suggestions on information that you need, please contact the 1st MLG Deployment Readiness Coordinator.
The Marine Corps remains "Always Faithful" and will continue to "take care of our own!"
1st Marine Logistics Group Deployment Readiness Coordinator
CLR-1 (760) 725-6750
CLR-15 (760) 763-3550
CLR-17 and 1st MLG G-Shops (760) 725-1754
1st Dental Bn (760) 725-5419
CLB-1 (760) 725-6578
CLB-5 (760) 763-6915
CLB-7 (760) 830-4791
7th ESB (760) 725-6101
1st Maint Bn (760) 725-3023
1st Medical Bn (760) 763-0193
1st Supply Bn (760) 725-1841
CLB-11 (760) 763-4010
CLB-13 (760) 763-0486
CLB-15 (760) 763-4016
Links to services for Wounded Warrior care
There are many resources available in support of Wounded Warrior care. Below are some resources that can assist with finding outside organization assistance, resource information on coping and stresses involved with wounded warrior care, and many other issues involved with the support of our greatest asset - our warriors
Wounded Warrior Care
There are many resources available for YOU. Click here to be linked to the Wounded Warrior Regiment, which has a wealth of information on Wounded Warrior Care and outside charitable organizations.
Wounded Warrior Resource Center:
The Wounded Warrior Resource Center (WWRC) is an online source for wounded, ill and injured service members, their families, caregivers and those who support them find the information or assistance they need.
WWRC call center consultants are available by phone at 1-800-342-9647 or email@example.com, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
America Supports You:
A Department of Defense program dedicated to communicating citizens support to the men and women serving in our Armed Forces and their families. America Supports You currently lists more than 350 non-profit groups that are devoted to helping our service men and women. These groups provide a multitude of services, including financial assistance, sending care packages and letters, and helping our wounded warriors.
To find a resource in your region/state, follow the link: http://www.americasupportsyou.mil/americasupportsyou/states.aspx