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Installation Overview --Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina

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Installation Overview --Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina

New SNCO Housing located in Laurel Bay - Freedom Sound

Photo courtesy U.S. Marine Corps

Service members can apply for housing prior to arrival by mailing or faxing a DD 1746 (Housing Application) along with detachment or web orders. The DD 1746 can be obtained from any housing office. The service member with detachment orders can check in with the Officer In Charge, Installation Personnel Administration Center (IPAC) located at Bldg. 807. The service member can then provide endorsement and orders to the housing office in order to place their name on the waiting list or to accept available housing. The detachment date from your last permanent duty station is what becomes the control date on the wait list.

Housing has been Privatized with Tri-Command Communities in charge. Call 843-846-5300 or 866-803-1487 for more information or a tour of homes. Once you have seen all that Tri-Command Communities has to offer, you can schedule an appointment at our housing offices located on Parris Island and Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. At the Military Housing office, you will fill out a Housing Application. Tri-Command Communities will receive your referral from the Military Housing Office. At that time, we will assign a home to you based on availability, rank in the service and the number of persons occupying the home. A new Tri-Command Communities address will be given to you one week prior to a scheduled move-in date.Visit the MCAS Beaufort website to find all of the forms needed to apply for housing. For questions regarding your housing application status, please contact the MCAS Military Housing Office at 843-228-6000 or the Parris Island Housing Office at 843-228-2583 or 843-228-2853.

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Manager, in close coordination with Family Housing and TCMH, work closely together to meet the needs for specifically Cat 4 families and other families assigned to the program. A family, Cat 4 priority, inbound should have their EFMP coordinator contact the EFMP Office at 843-228-6903 at MCAS Beaufort or 843-228-3188 at Parris Island as soon as possible. Our goal is to have a home available upon your arrival. Families, Cat 4 status, are given priority to housing. Homes on base have air conditioning and were constructed to accommodate special needs for all ranks.

For our single service members MCAS Beaufort has two man rooms with a small refrigerator, microwave, wall locker, bed with drawers, free cable, outside grills, picnic tables, heat and air conditioning. GEO Bachelor housing is available for a monthly fee.

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