The IPAC advises the
Headquarters and Service Battalion Commander on pay and entitlement matters and
provides personnel administrative service support to MARFORCOM, MCSCG and all
outer MCCs. The IPAC ensures that military
personnel records and pay accounts are accurately and properly maintained in
order to administratively prepare individuals for worldwide deployment.
The MARFORCOM IPAC is
comprised of the Inbound, Outbound, Customer Service, and Travel Sections. Our hours of operation are 0730 – 1630 Monday
thru Friday (except Thursday). Closed
from 1300-1630 on Thursdays for PME and field day.
The Inbound Section processes all new joins for
MARFORCOM and the Outer MCC’s in the Hampton Roads Area that are ADCON to MARFORCOM.
They ensure that all pay and entitlements are started in a timely manner upon
reporting and that all travel claims are submitted and processed in a timely
manner through the Camp Lejeune Disbursing Office.
JRCF and Outer MCCs
Once you receive your
reporting endorsement, either that same day (during normal working hours) or on
the first working day (for after hours, weekend, or holiday check-ins), you
must report to the MARFORCOM IPAC (bldg MCA-495) to complete your new join
check-in procedures. Marines must
check-in in their Service Alphas (to check-in with the Bn CO and/or Bn SgtMaj)
and have with them their original orders, all documents pertaining to their
travels (for completion of their travel claim)and their Govt Credit Card
(Marines will check-in with the Unit GTCC APC and Unit DTS Coordinator). Sponsors are required to escort you around
due to security access to buildings.
The Customer Service Section handles pay, allotments,
dependency, legal, service record maintenance, promotions, limited duty and
routine personnel administrative service and support.
The Outbound Section processes PCS/PCA orders and all
information related to the orders process; all officer and enlisted
retirements, officer resignations and transfers to the FMCR for enlisted
Marines; and all regular separations, administrative separations, and physical
evaluation board separations (PEB).
Marines who are considering retirement need to stop
by the Outbound Section to pick up a Retirement Counseling Checklist w/
Appendix J, a retirement timeline package, and to ask questions that they may
have. The Appendix J can be submitted
4-14 months from the requested retirement date. Any requests outside of the
4-14 months parameter must submit an AA form through the Bn S-1.
The Travel Section is responsible for administering
all aspects of the Defense Travel System (DTS) and the Government Travel Charge
Card Program (GTCCP) for the command.
All new join personnel must check-in with the Travel Section prior to
any official travel. The section is responsible for processing all Marines who
travel in a TAD status both outbound and inbound to the command for MARFORCOM
and the Outer MCC's in the Hampton Roads area that are ADCON to MARFORCOM.
IPAC Personnel Chief - (757)444-6468
IPAC Admin Chief
Customer Service Clerks - (757)445-4245
Outbound Supervisor - (757)445-8267
Outbound Clerks - (757)445-4179
Travel Supervisor - (757)445-4098
Travel Clerk - (757)445-4244
GTCC APC - (757)445-8262
DTS ODTA - (757)445-5238