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II Marine Expeditionary Force

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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.
II Marine Expeditionary Force Equal Opportunity Advisor
The Marine Corps will provide equal opportunity for all military members without regard to race, color, religion, sex (gender identity), sexual orientation or national origin, consistent with the law, regulations, and requirements for physical and mental abilities. The achievement and maintenance of this goal is integral to the full development of esprit de corps, pride and individual preparedness which are essential to combat readiness.

For information about II MEF Equal Opportunity Policy please contact:

II MEF Equal Opportunity Advisor
Office: (910) 451-1262 
BlackBerry: (910) 467-1980


EOA Documents and References:


II MEF Commanding General's Equal Opportunity Policy Statement
Request Mast Form
2015 Equal Opportunity Training Courses (East Coast)
Marine Corps Procedures for Processing of Discrimination/Sexual Harassment Complaints (NAVMC 22921)

 

Marine Corps Complaint Procedures
INFORMAL COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

1. Direct Approach
a. In person, by approaching the offending individual.
b. In writing, send a letter to the offending person stating the facts, your feelings about the behavior, and expected resolution.

2. Informal Third Party
a. Request assistance from another person.
b. Normally a friend or co-worker.

3. Training Information Resources (TIR)
a. Request training or resource materials for presentation to the work place in areas of discrimination, harassment or inappropriate behavior.
b. TIR includes videos, books, lesson plans, posters, etc. Request TIR from Equal Opportunity Advisor. Please contact II MEF EOA at (910) 451-1262.

FORMAL COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

1. Request Mast
a. Preferred method for an individual to make a complaint of discrimination/sexual harrassment. [Click here to download Request Mast Form.]

2. Article 138. UCMJ Complaint
a. Marine alleges wrong committed by the commanding officer.

3. Redress of Wrong Committed by a Superior
a. Marine may file complaint against any superior, who the Marine believes committed a wrong doing. (USNAVREGS, Art. 1150).

4. Communications with Inspector General
a. Alternative to the normal chain of command.
b. Marines may lodge compalints and provide facts to the Command Inspector General (CIG) or to representative of the Deputy Naval Inspector General for Marine Corps Matters/Inspector General of the Marine Corps. Please contact II MEF CIG at (910) 451-7497.
c. Marines may lodge complaints concerning violations of law, rules, and regulations: fraud, waste or inefficiency: abuse of authority: or other misconduct. [Click here to visit II MEF CIG website.]

5. Individual Communications with Congress
a. Marines may write individual letters to members of Congress at any time concerning EO issues.

 

National Observances
Observance Date
Martin Luther King's Birthday 03 January 2015
African American/Black History Month February 2015
Women's History Month March 2015
Holocost Rememberance Day 15 April 2015
Days of Remberance 12-18 April 2015
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month May 2015
Women's Equality Day 26 August 2015
Hispanic Heritage Month 15 September - 15 October 2015
National Disability Employment Awareness Month October 2015
National Native American Heritage Month November 2015